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THE NETWORK JOURNAL: 40 Under Forty 2008

The first time Angie Hancock visited Harlem was in the summer of 1997, while working as an auditor for Sara Lee Corp. Something about those Harlem streets seized her as she waited outside for a table at Harlem's famous Sylvia's Restaurant. "Harlem is the Black capital of the world, the birthplace of the Black cultural Renaissance," says Hancock. She is the founder and president of Experience: Harlem, a multimedia marketing company that brings together businesses and Harlem residents. MORE



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