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Farley Student Wins Prize at BMAC Kellogg Conference Venture Competition

City Health Tech won second place and $1500 at the competition.

This weekend Farley students, Sophie Davis of alula and Ibraheem Alinur of City Health Tech competed in the BMAC Kellogg Conference Venture Competition. The conference serves as a space for Black entrepreneurs and students at NU to come together and learn. Out of many applicants four founders were chosen to compete as semifinalists. City Health Tech won second place and $1,500!


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