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Dr. Sophia Ononye-Onyia
Entrepreneur Leadership Network Contributor
Founder and CEO, The Sophia Consulting Firm
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Black people are more likely to die from cancer than other racial group, yet there is significant underrepresentation of Black healthcare providers, scientists and advocates who can help to facilitate earlier cancer detection and better health outcomes.
Amid the Great Resignation, many Americans are turning to entrepreneurship, but aspiring small business owners must boldly rise to insurmountable challenges to make an impact and to establish a legacy that is bigger than any one individual.
Mental health remains a taboo topic across global communities, but changes in workplace policies can optimize mental health and overall wellbeing especially -- for Black men and other medically underserved minorities
Too often, the pressures of capitalism make the workplace a toxic environment for those diagnosed with cancer, especially Black people.
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