Cornell D. Green
- Dec 01
Operation Hope ETP Graduation – Harlem
Ending the year with bright beginnings!
As always, he has had the privilege and pleasure of leading the first session of this 12-week program, attending the graduations and sending off each group of aspiring entrepreneurs to a future of potential Small Business success.Nov 16
Operation Hope ETP Graduation – Bronx
It has always been his great pleasure to lead the first session of this 12-week program, and attend the graduations to send off each group of aspiring entrepreneurs on their journey toward business success.Sep 15
“Do Business BETTER!” book launch
Five years of creating and delivering Small Business development presentations and workshops results in the first book from Cornell D. Green – “Do Business BETTER!“, an examination of the major reasons Small Businesses fail, which introduces a practical approach to the structure of doing business properly, then Doing it BETTER!
Published September 15th on Amazon.comSep 12
Web Development Certificate Program for CCNY
This Fall, Cornell will be delivering a three-course web development certificate program he created for the City College of New York (CCNY), teaching practical Small Business web design and how to apply the “3 Cs” of CPR – Connect, Capture and Convert – to build more effective Small Business websites.Aug 17
Interview by Franne McNeal, MBA – Significant Business Results radio
Cornell is interviewed by his first business coach on her radio show, where guests share their significant story behind being an entrepreneur, and lessons learned in their journey to achieving Significant Business Results.
Hosted by “FranneTastic!” Franne McNeal, MBA, Significant Business Results Coach, Speaker, Author, Radio and TV Host.Aug 08
East New York Restoration LDC – Small Business WorkshopMar 18
SUNY – Rising Enterprise Summit workshop
- 2015Dec 04
Cornell Makes an ImpactJul 08
BronxNet OPEN Interview by Dr. Bob Lee
- 2013Sep 10
Blue Tech Initiative Facebook PageJul 08
Kingsborough Community College – College For Kids
Cornell steps into a new role: Adjunct Instructor for CUNY’s College For Kids program, introducing 7 – 13 year olds to blogging, web page design, video game building… and Minecraft!
- 2012May 01
Black Tech Initiative Facebook group
Looking to combine the power of Social Media and the connections with nearly a dozen local area minority IT professionals, Cornell forms the Black Tech Initiative.
Launched in a conference call on the 1st of May, 2012, a private Facebook group is created later that month…
- 2011Sep 26
The 8th Annual Harlem Business Economic Summit
On the strength of his first IT workshop for HBA, Cornell is invited to participate as a featured speaker at the “Technology to the Rescue: Solutions for Everyday Problems” discussion at their 8th Annual Harlem Business Economic Summit, at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr, State Office Building, with fellow panelists: Lloyd C. Grant, Publisher of the KIP Business Report and Derrick B. Webster, CEO at Vanguard Consulting Group.Sep 08
Small Business IT Toolkit course at Harlem Business Alliance
Believing that knowledge is power, Cornell presents his first Small Business IT workshop. This PowerPoint presentation was the beginning of what is now the Small Business CPR curriculum
- 2009Aug 22
Open Source CIO blog launches
Leveraging the power of the web log or “blog”, Cornell launches the Open Source CIO blog, to discuss the value of technology from a Small Business perspective
- 2006Sep 11
CommunIT Solutions is Born!
Five years to the day after NYC’s greatest tragedy, Cornell D. Green forms the Small Business IT consultancy 21st Century CommunIT Solutions, to bring the IT skills developed from a decade and a half of working for Wall Street firms such as Lehman Brothers and Paine Webber to the service of local-area Small Business owners and operatorsSep 11