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Young Professionals Lecture featuring Erica Nicole

Monday, 07 April, 2014

The Black Cultural Programming Committee (BCPC) will host its annual Young Professionals Lecture featuring Erica Nicole. The purpose of this year's annual Young Professionals lecture is to showcase the success of a young African- American woman whose career path and community outreach servers as an inspiration to the students of the University of Tennessee. This event will be held in the University Center Auditorium at 7:00 PM on Monday, April 7, 2014.

Erica Nicole is making headlines as a small business expert source by serving up fresh, provocative and insanely addictive behind-the-scenes business know-how. As a renowned serial entrepreneur, Erica leads a diverse business portfolio across digital media, national speaking, global business development, and electronic equipment industries. As the Founder and CEO of YFS Magazine, Erica Nicole is helping world-class global brands break through the clutter, build small business thought leadership and leverage influencer engagement. Her prior achievements include the North America Small Business Influencer Nominee, Media Achievement Award, Cameron School of Business Leadership Award and certification from the University of Bremen, Germany in Money & Capital Markets. Erica Nicole been featured in national media outlets including, Fox Business, MSN Business on Main, The Huffington Post, Black Enterprise, Supplier Diversity Review, American Express OPEN Forum, Business Insider,, Mashable,, and more.

This event is free and open to the public. Immediately following the event there will be a reception and a business fair, featuring the works of current students and other surrounding young entrepreneurs. For more information and/or questions regarding this event, including disability accommodations, contact the Office of Multicultural Student Life at 865-974-6861 Additional information may also be available by emailing us at




University Center Auditorium
1502 West Cumberland Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37996

Event Contact

Marlon Johnson

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