ETV Empowerment Expo
Join ETV as we Honor our History and Fuel the Future!
Sip, Sample & Support ETV's Empowerment Expo
Featuring a Black-Owned Business Marketplace, Entrepreneurship, Wellness & Wealth-Building expert panels and speakers, and our Village Ventures™ business pitch competition and so much more! Attendees will learn to prepare for business success, navigate challenges to building generational wealth, and tap into tools for self-care. Great food, music & fun!
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2nd Annual Power Swing Classic Fundraiser & North Star Celebration
August 29th, 2023
Fiddler's Elbow Country Club
Celebrating E3 – Black Excellence,
Entrepreneurship, and Empowerment!
Join us to empower ETV’s Economic Prosperity Initiatives while honoring seasoned, successful entrepreneurs – North Stars – as role models. This event also supports and recognizes newer business owners on track for success - Rising Stars - while providing a platform for networking with Village members.
July 15th, 2023
South Mountain Reservation
In an effort to promote mental and physical wellness while highlighting national Minority Mental Health Month in July, ETV is hosting its inaugural Power Walk on July 15, 2023 at South Mountain Reservation in West Orange, New Jersey. Power Walk proceeds benefit ETV's health and wellness initiatives.
Data shows that regular physical exercise and time outdoors greatly improve mental health. This event will take place from 8AM until 12PM with a vigorous 1.8 mile walk around the lake (or virtually), with a mental health workshop, and other activities! Check-in starts at 8:00 AM, flexible general walk start. 9:30 AM start for prize competition participants. Sponsor the event or an individual Power Walker today!
Community Education Panel - Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome & Reframing the Narrative
February 24th, 2022
Virtual Event - Click Here To Watch
February 24th, 2022 - Morristown, New Jersey – ETV co-hosts an educational panel and its founder explores the vestiges of PTSS, the impact of U.S. policy and actions throughout history that have shaped the state of the Black economy today and offers solutions on accelerating positive change through accurately reframing the narrative, leaning into a growth mindset and take economic-based action.