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The Nisbet Lecture Featuring Aniyia WilliamsPrice: Free
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The Nisbet Lecture Featuring Aniyia Williams
March 1 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Nisbet Lecture was established in 2014 through the generous support from Marian Nisbet and Chip Nisbet ’86.
Join us in person or virtually in The Duke Family Performance Hall for a public lecture led by Aniyia Williams, founder of Black & Brown Founders and co-founder of Zebras Unite. Aniyia is a systempreneur, creator, inventor, tech changemaker, investor, and works to help the tech world live up to its promise of changing lives for the better.
From Concept to Coins: How to Launch A Startup
Many people are ready to step up and create new solutions to improve the human experience and quality of life. We’re entering a new age where a new kind of leader can try their hand at building the future, especially people with creative or unconventional backgrounds and fresh perspectives. During this session, Aniyia will share her journey, and how you can turn your most valuable skills into a profitable business, while staying true to who you are.
Covid-19 In-Person Event Guidelines
The safety of our students, faculty, staff and guests remains our highest concern. We continue to follow state and local guidelines. The Hurt Hub at Davidson College, has implemented the following requirements for this event with the goal of providing the safest possible environment:
- When entering Duke Family Performance Hall, guests must present their COVID-19 vaccination card or digital copy along with a photo ID. Faculty, staff and students may show their college ID as proof of vaccination
- To be fully vaccinated, guests must receive the final dose of an FDA or WHO-authorized COVID-19 vaccine at least two weeks prior to the event.
- Masks are required inside all campus buildings, regardless of vaccination status. Masks will be required during the event, except when actively eating or drinking.
- All events are subject to change based on current COVID-19 guidelines.