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Nation’s Foremost Women of Color and Capital Conference Returns In-Person to NYC October 13-15, 2022 for 4th Annual Conference

Adeola Adejobi is the CEO and Founder of the Women of Color and Capital Conference, the Diversity in
Commercial Real Estate (DCRE) Conference and Avant-Garde Network. CREDIT: Lizette Terry

NY – The Women of Color and Capital (WOCXC) Conference powered by Avant-Garde Network, connecting diverse women entrepreneurs and professionals to learn about money, finance, business capital and investing from a 360-degree lens, is hosting its 4th annual conference from October 13 – 15, 2022 at Columbia University. Attendees will participate in three immersive days of keynotes, masterclasses, panels, recruiting and networking at Columbia University. All sessions will be in-person and virtual.

On Friday, October 14, a session on Real Estate and Wealth Creation will be moderated
by Chichi Anyoku, chief of staff, Catalyst Housing Group, and feature panelists Sonya Rocvil, principal and founder, Bedrock Real Estate Investors; Alexis McSween, founder and CEO, Bottom Line Construction & Development LLC; and the founder and CEO of the WOCXC Conference, Adeola Adejobi, also founder and CEO of Avant-Garde Network and the annual Diversity in Commercial Real Estate (DCRE) Conference. Other sessions focus on related topics including Venture Capital: Access and Opportunities; Women as Investors; How to Build Generational Wealth; and Fund Management.

Adejobi is pleased to welcome the ongoing influx of partner sponsors, record-breaking
both in number and stature this year, including JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, One
Million Black Women,
Capital One, Silicon Valley Bank, Experian, Oladipo Wealth Management and more. Companies will connect with diverse attendees around recruiting and providing access to capital, an area where women executives, professionals and entrepreneurs encounter the greatest roadblocks.

“Women of Color and Capital is focused on accelerating impact, empowering women,
creating initiatives and providing access to resources that support Black and brown
entrepreneurs and emerging fund managers with capacity-building support to increase
their reach and impact,” says Adejobi. “We connect entrepreneurs and professionals with financial tools, resources to obtain capital, grow their businesses and executive leadership opportunities. We are committed to increasing our results and impact each year.”

Over the past four years, WOCXC has gathered over 2,500 diverse professionals and business owners to participate in the preeminent conference focused on creating capital
and investment opportunities for diverse women nationwide. WOCXC is a Black woman-
led initiative where a global collection of savvy financiers, entrepreneurs and professionals share a wealth of financial knowledge.

For information and to register email

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