Asheli S. Atkins, M.B.A.
Texas A&M University
Department of Sociology
Areas of Interest:
Racial & Ethnic Relations
Race, Class, & Gender
African American Entrepreneurship
Asheli S. Atkins, MBA is an entrepreneur, researcher and 4th year Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University. In her research, she collects qualitative data to examine the strategies African American entrepreneurs use to navigate discrimination and racial barriers in the market. With substantial experience in data analysis and knowledge in the areas of race, ethnicity, and entrepreneurship, she uses her research to assist in the creation and growth of legitimate and sustainable minority-owned businesses. Asheli previously worked with organizations such as the Greater Houston Black Chamber, Prairie View A&M University, and other small businesses throughout the city of Houston.
Additionally, Asheli is the co-founder of Attucks England, LLC, a turnkey consulting firm she operates alongside Warren Luckett & Cornell England. Asheli also created Houston Black-Owned Businesses (@HouBlkBus) a social media platform used to highlight and inform promote, educate, and advocate for Black-owned businesses in and around Houston.
She is a member of Houston Black Leadership Institute (HBLI) Inaugural Class. In earlier years Asheli volunteered with the Houston Chapter of National Black MBA Association’s high school mentoring program, Leaders of Tomorrow. She received her Master’s in Business Administration from Texas Woman’s University and a Bachelor’s degree from Prairie View A&M University in Communications.
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Houston Black-Owned Businesses (@HouBlkBus) is a website dedicated to promoting, educating and advocating for African American owned businesses in and around Houston, Texas.
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