Erica Swallow is a status quo wrecker, entrepreneur, and technology/education journalist. Her thoughts have been published in Forbes, Fortune, and The Wall Street Journal, among other publications.
5 Lessons I Learned From Running a Crowdfunding Campaign
This holiday season, my mother and I hosted a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for our local Humane Society animal shelter, and I learned much more than I was expecting to.
How Entrepreneurship Could Change the Conversation on Inclusion
Erica Swallow explains how the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Little Rock, Arkansas is trying to overcome its inclusion problem.
Little Rock Nine Minnijean Brown Trickey Challenges Students On Race, Education, Equity
Minnijean Brown Trickey, civil rights activist and member of the “Little Rock Nine,” joined a room of Noble Impact scholars this month to discuss the opportunity gap that persists in education for minority and marginalized students.
The Importance of Supporting Minority and Women Entrepreneurs in the South
The South suffers from racial and gender inequity, but entrepreneurship could change the inclusion conversation.
London Riots: Social Media Mobilizes Riot Cleanup
Londoners and supporters worldwide mobilized via social media to help clean up after days of riots and looting.
London riots: Social media mobilizes riot cleanup
After days of riots in London, thousands of Londoners and worldwide supporters are taking to social networks to help reclaim the streets of London.