BLKTechCLT at Camp North End

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  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)
  • Muhsin Muhammad, the former Carolina Panthers wide receiver, was featured guest at the June 1 gathering of BLKTechCLT at Camp North End. Muhammad is now managing director at private equity firm Axum Capital Partners, responsible for investment selection and portfolio management. The BLKTechCLT series is a quarterly event “designed to increase what entrepreneurship looks like and provide a supportive environment for founders of color to grow and gain access to our city’s most influential organizations and resources,” says founder Sherrell Dorsey, who also publishes ThePlug (www.theplugdaily.com), a daily black tech newsletter. Photos: Jon Strayhorn of Media Arts Collective (www.mediaartscollective.com)

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