Stepping Down From Harlem Capital

February 22, 2020

Today I announce my departure from Harlem Capital. It’s been an incredible journey of breaking barriers and blazing trails for investors and entrepreneurs of color — a journey I’m very proud to have been a member, partner, and founder of. When I joined in 2017, Harlem Capital was an angel syndicate writing small checks with big dreams. It was the seed of something I knew could be special, with a team of exceptionally talented brothers who were all driven to make meaningful economic change for minorities.

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Meet John Henry, Vice Hustler-in-Chief

September 24, 2020

The television actor Cedric Yarbrough looks understandably perplexed. Between tables for Amazon and BET at the annual EbonyPower 100 awards, in the same Beverly Hilton ballroom that hosts the Golden Globes, his tablemates are the four young black partners of venture firm Harlem Capital and their dates.

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From Doorman to Venture Capitalist by Age 24

September 14, 2020

When I first met John Henry—at a startup party, fittingly enough—he had recently sold his first business and was launching Cofound Harlem, a startup incubator in the historic upper Manhattan neighborhood. He possessed an infectious charm and energy, which might have been chalked up to youthful naiveté.

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