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The Importance of Supporting Small Businesses

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Leroy Mckenzie, Jr. of JNF Enterprises interviews Anne Alston, CEO of ALSTNTEC!

Supporting small businesses is critical to it’s operation and economic initiatives. We must make a conscious effort to support our small business owners and authors. We also talk about how Anne developed ALSTNTEC and the Business Men and Women of Color podcast, and how we can come together to build a community of Resources. This is a podcast you don’t want to miss!

Anne Alston is the founder and CEO of ALSTNTEC, an emerging, woman-owned company that “Connects Clients, Industries, and Technologies”.  She is a professional Career Coach, Mentor and the author of “Empower Thyself” – A Guide to Improving Personal Health and Professional Growth for Women, and “Career Transition Information Guide – Be Prepared, Bounce Back”.

With more than 25 years of experience, Anne’s extensive background comes with the precision of providing valuable Career Transition, Professional Development, Mentoring, and Empowerment services to the community and businesses.

Anne believes in the power of sharing information.  Her mantra “Sharing Your Knowledge Can Change Lives” is what she always strives for everyone to accomplish.  Through her workshops and speaking events, Anne continues to promote positive changes to her clients that will last a lifetime.

As an activist for education, her endeavors have yielded opportunities to provide adult and youth career transition workshops and empowerment/mentoring services for the community, private businesses, and educational institutions such as the University of Maryland University College, Prince George’s County Public Schools, Maryland Future Business Leaders Association, and the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education STEMnet program.

Anne is the creator of the Business Men and Women of Color Podcast Series, an annual online business networking conference that provides an avenue for aspiring entrepreneurs and authors to network, collaborate and share information to not only education other entrepreneurs and authors but also to inspire career seekers to enter their line of work.


Career Transition Workshop Guide

Where to Find:  Web or Amazon


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