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Distinguished Speaker Series: Janice Bryant Howroyd
October 17, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Xavier University Cintas CenterFREE
Photo provided by Xavier University’s Williams College of Business
Reserve your spot today for the Distinguished Speakers Series featuring billionaire Janice Bryant Howroyd.
When was the last time that you were in the presence of a multi-billionaire and was able to soak up knowledge about their journey? It isn’t often that you are afforded that opportunity – until now. ActOne Group, Inc. founder Janice Bryant Howroyd will be speaking for one hour at the Cintas Center. So don’t be late! Or you’ll miss out.
Admission is free, however, Xavier encourages advanced registration. Register online on Xavier’s Alumni Association website. The RSVP deadline is October 10. Space is limited! The luncheon will be in the Duff Banquet room.
Free parking will be available at the Cintas Center. Be sure to check Xavier University’s visitor parking map before arriving. Keep in mind that it is available on a first-come, first-served basis. If the lot is full, there is also parking in nearby off-site lots.
About Janice Bryant Howroyd
Janice Bryant Howroyd is an entrepreneur, educator, ambassador, businesswoman, author, and mentor. She is the founder and chief executive officer of The ActOne Group Inc., the largest private, minority-woman owned personnel company in the U.S. Howroyd is most well-known as being the first African American woman to build and own a billion-dollar company. The ActOne Group, Inc. provides employment, workforce management, and procurement solutions to Fortune 500 organizations, local and mid-market companies, and government agencies. ActOne Group companies include AppleOne, All’s Well, AT-Tech, ACT-1 Personnel Services, Aile-1, ACT-1 Govt, A-Check Global, which provide personnel and recruiting services to different industries, and DSSI, which provides document management services.
Also, Howroyed is an ambassador of the Department of Energy’s Minorities in Energy Initiative, a board member to numerous organizations including the United States Department of Labor’s Workforce Initiative Board, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, WeConnect, National Utilities Diversity Council, Harvard Women’s Leadership Board, California Science Center, Los Angeles Urban League and a member of the Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Serves and Finance Industries of the U.S. Trade Representative and the United States Department of Commerce. Furthermore, she serves on the Board of Trustees for the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.