Black Investors Look to Leverage Opportunity Zones for Sustainability and Development in Communities of Color
For Derrick Morgan, becoming an impact investor has proven to be about much more than the return on his investment, but rather a chance to build long-lasting sustainability in communities that need it the most.
J.J. McCorvey, explores how a few Black investors are thinking about the discovery and support of various niche industries and communities.
In 2017, we began documenting the rise of Black-owned firms. Two years later, we’ve added a total of nine new investment firms established by single Black founders or a Black co-founder between 2018 and 2019, taking our scope of evaluated firms from 33 to 46.