A senior manager with Molson Coors says a new entrepreneurship program for Black startup founders aims to reduce the racial wealth gap in Wisconsin.

The Greater Milwaukee Urban League and Molson Coors recently announced the creation of the GMUL Entrepreneurship Connection, which will be launching formally later this month. Michael Nordman, senior manager of community affairs for the beverage maker, touted the program’s potential impact in a recent interview.

“I’m just really proud to be a part of a company that’s committed to building this next generation of diverse leaders, and also helping close the racial wealth gap, which we know is still a big issue in Wisconsin as well as across the country,” he said. “Entrepreneurship is a great way to address that.”

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