As a contributor to the One Economy Corporation, businessman Kmele Foster helps to bring financial security and independence to this country’s most disadvantaged residents.
The corporation, established in 2000, is a global nonprofit that uses technology to empower low-income communities. It connects under-served people around the world to vital information that can improve their lives.
msnbc’s Louis Burgdorf will speak on Friday in the Morning Joe greenroom with Foster about bringing broadband into the homes of low-income people.
The entrepreneur is also the co-founder and vice president of TelcoIQ, a Maryland-based telecommunications consultancy. He was recognized by the Prince George’s County Tech Council as their 2005 Small Business Executive of the Year.
Before this weekend’s Memorial Day celebrations, Foster, the executive producer of Honor Flight, will appear Friday on Morning Joe. The 2012 documentary follows a team of Midwest volunteers that aims to send every local World War II living veteran to the nation’s capital to see the memorials built in their honor.
Foster will tape a greenroom interview with msnbc on Friday after his Morning Joe appearance. Tweet your questions about entrepreneurship to #AfternoonMoJoe. Check back Friday afternoon to watch the web-exclusive interview.