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5:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Hear from leading CEOs and members of their families that run highly successful family-owned businesses. Learn how they are working together
effectively to build their companies from generation to generation. They will share insights on leveraging management strengths that improve
customer service, innovation and increasing revenue. The presenters will share lessons learned and provide insights on how they have built
sustainable multimillion-dollar companies and closed the big deals.

Angelina Garcia Nicole Lage Randolph Lee Rana Y. Mayes Amjad Shamim Sam Jafri
Founder & CEO Accounting Assistant President & CEO VP, Supplier Diversity & President & CEO Digital Transformation
Business Development
Angelina Garcia is the Founder and CEO of Consultant
Y-Not Design & Manufacturing, a product
development solutions company based in W. “Randy” Randolph Lee is President Amjad Shamim is the CEO and Managing
Miami. She catapulted the start-up business and CEO of Raven Transport, one of the Partner of AAJ Technologies, a Fort
into an international entity with satellite offices largest African-American-owned trucking Lauderdale-based digital strategy and
in China, India and Mexico. Garcia has more companies in the U.S. His daughter, Rana technology consulting firm with more than
than 20 years of experience in all aspects of Y. (Lee) Mayes, is an integral part of Raven 250 employees and offices in the U.S., Asia and
product development and manufacturing, and Transport as its Vice President of Supplier South America. Shamim sets the vision and
Y-Not counts dozens of Fortune 500 companies Diversity and Business Development. strategy for the organization, drives growth
as customers. Garcia’s daughter, Nicole Lage, Founded by Lee in 1985, Raven Transport and expansion, and fosters its customer-
currently works at Y-Not as an Accounting has terminals in Florida, North Carolina, focused culture. Shamim’s son, Sam Jafri, is
Assistant. In the future, Lage hopes to leave her Ohio, Texas and Georgia, and boasts a digital transformation consultant with the
mark on the educational system, but right now, annual revenue of more than $80 million. company, helping clients transform their
she is bringing her designing and organizing Black Enterprise magazine has included business by leveraging the latest digital
genius to Y-Not. the company in its list of Top 100 Black technologies and social platforms.
Businesses in America every year since 2007.

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