Popular Entrepreneur and TV Show Host Warren Brown to Give Keynote Address at Annual Entrepreneurial Business Plan Competition April 24
April 11, 2013
Warren Brown, author of From the Courtroom to the Kitchen, will give the keynote address at the Annual Entrepreneurial Business Plan Competition at Cheyney University on April 24
Cheyney University’s fourth annual Entrepreneurial Business Plan Awards event is planned for 5 pm on Wednesday, April 24. Author of the book "From the Courtroom to the Kitchen” and host of the TV show “Sugar Rush,” Warren Brown will give the keynote address at 6 PM in Marian Anderson Music Center (change of location).
Mr. Brown will share his story of leaving a career as a litigator for the federal government to start his bakery, CakeLove, in 2002. Since then, he has been recognized for his entrepreneurial spirit by a number of local and national media outlets including The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Today Show.
Warren Brown is the founder and owner of CakeLove and Love Café. His organization includes seven retail storefronts in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. He has been recognized for his entrepreneurial spirit in local and national media including The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, and national advertisement campaigns for American Express and Dell computers. He is the author of two cookbooks, “Cake Love - How To Bake Cakes From Scratch” and “United Cakes of America Celebrating Recipes From Every State,” published in May 2010.
Mr. Brown is a member of the board of Kid Power-DC, a local non-profit organization that conducts after school arts programs for DC youth. He also contributes his free time and energy to charitable causes by speaking to young students and rising entrepreneurs about business development and finding one’s passion. Warren Brown graduated from Brown University with a BA in History and from George Washington University with a Juris Doctor and a Master's degree in Public Health. He resides in Washington, DC with his wife and daughter.
The event is open to the public and free of charge. For more information, contact ELC Project Development Coordinator Reginald Whiteside at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 610 399-2683.