The Junior Economist Talks: COVID19 with Rebecca!

Meet Rebecca Fornie (@_bombshellbecky)! She is an Atlanta native and a ‘Jill of All Trades’! Rebecca is a beauty entrepreneur and Corporate Allstar. During this interview, Rebecca imparts some gems for the modern business owner, as she details how she is navigating her lash business (@__bombshelllashes) and having to pivot her event planning company (@_bottlesandbeats). She also gives us insight on her career with the National Black MBA Association (@atlbmba) and the benefits of joining! We also speak very candidly about the implications to George Floyd’s untimely death, Amy Cooper’s actions, and more! This is a conversation that will surely being value to you, especially if you’ve been laid off or furloughed!

COVID-19 is changing the way we spend our time and the way we work. The Junior Economist is compiling stories of millennials around the world to let you all know how they are coping with the pandemic.

Listen via StitcherAppleSpotify, or wherever you get your podcast.

Follow Rebecca!

Instagram: @_bombshellbecky

Her Businesses:

Bottles & Beats: Botttles & Beats Event Planning

Bomshell Lashes: Bombshell Lashes

Join The Black National MBA Association!

Want more information on the National Black MBA Association? Visit their Atlanta Chapter’s Website or the National Chapter’s Website.

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