“Breaking Ground: Visionaries Growing Minority-Owned Businesses” is an exhibition featured at the University of Washington Foster School of Business honoring inductees of the Minority Business Hall of Fame & Museum. Students and the public are invited to view the exhibition weekdays (Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) free of charge. The exhibit is located in the first floor corridor of Mackenzie Hall on the University of Washington Seattle campus.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
Celebrating the leaders who had the passion and conviction to triumph over seemingly insur- mountable obstacles and break new ground, the exhibit showcases the bold steps taken to create opportunities where there were none and blaze new trails for the rest of us. Their actions continue to inspire those in academia, business leaders, students and all who embrace diversity.
UW FOSTER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The MBHF&M is honored to work with the University of Washington Foster School of Business, an advocate and collaborative partner. Integral to its mission is the nurturing of a diverse student body into future leaders who are engaged in expanding and sharing economic opportunity. Ensuring that all people—regardless of their backgrounds—have the opportunity to be successful business leaders is at the core of the school’s values. With UW’s support, we can now showcase our Hall of Fame in a museum exhibit that reinforces our mission of celebrating monumental achievements and recording history for future generations.