JAMES KEYS III
“Hitman Part 2.”
Continuing their look at Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, James Keys and Tunde Ogulana discuss how the described corporatocracy system and economic hit man activity undeniably did provide some benefits to Americans (02:22). The guys also consider whether a having corporatocracy with economic hit men is inconsistent with the foundational values of the America republic (11:16), whether economic imperialism is inevitable (23:32), and the extent to which our human nature makes varying economic systems ripe for exploitation and/or unworkable (37:28).
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James Keys III
James Keys III is the founders and sole member of The Keys Law Firm, PLLC. James is a Registered Patent Attorney who received his Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center and his B.S. in Systems and Computer Science from Howard University.
Tunde Ogunlana is the founder of Axial Family Advisors. As a Family Wealth Advisor, Tunde focuses on serving client families in all areas of their financial lives. For his career, Tunde has earned numerous securities registrations, earned the designations of Certified Fund Specialist (CFS), and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER Practitioner.
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Clarence Wooten is a Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur with a track record of success spanning back to 1999 when his debut Internet startup, ImageCafe.com, was acquired for $23 million by Network Solutions (Nasdaq: NSOL) just 7-months after it launched. As an encore to his early success, Clarence founded and scaled Groupsite.com, where he now serves as Chairman, to more than 50,000 customers. Most recently, in June 2018, Clarence’s fourth startup, Progressly Inc., an enterprise software startup that turns business processes into visual repeatable workflows in the cloud, was acquired by Box (NYSE: Box). In tandem with leading Groupsite, Clarence is the founding General Partner at Revitalize. Revitalize a venture studio focused on transforming the complexion of tech by building break-out software startups led by diverse teams.
Entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist, and innovator , Monique Idlett-Mosley is well known within both the entertainment and tech industries as a woman who positively impacts lives through her work. For her entertainment career, Monique was CEO of Mosley Brands and Mosley Music Group, with former husband Tim “Timberland” Mosley for over fourteen years. In 2017, she founded Reign Venture Capital, an early stage investment firm that focuses on women and minority led startups. Working with companies like the award winning technology innovator LISNR, and Appy Couple, Reign Venture Capital is changing the VC world. She is also the star of Undercover Billionaire on Discovery.
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Candice Matthews Brackeen
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Robert Richardson is a resolute leader with a breadth of experience in labor law, civil rights, digital marketing, branding, labor-management relations and public service. Passionate about challenging the status quo, he’s been the voice for the under-represented and disadvantaged. His vision and expertise in workforce development, labor practices, entrepreneurship and crisis management have influenced law enforcement policy, systemic inequities and private/public partnerships that led to reforms, new opportunities and an inclusive, more innovative economy.