Lorri Dotson is a Black businesswoman on a mission.
The entrepreneur recently joined a group of investors in supporting Dream Exchange, the country’s first minority-owned and governed stock exchange.
Dotson made the investment because she believes in the transformative power of innovation.
She also envisions how the financial industry can finally see some positive change.
“This platform is not only disrupting traditional norms but also creating opportunities for underrepresented groups to access capital markets. By supporting Dream Exchange, I am investing in a future that embraces equal opportunity for all.” Dotson
Lorri Dotson And Dream Exchange’s Mission
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Dream Exchange plans to give diverse investors and entrepreneurs equal access and opportunities.
Additionally, Dotson’s background as a visionary entrepreneur aligns with the company’s mission, making this investment a win-win for everyone involved.
“We welcome the recent round of investors with open arms, let us not forget the profound impact their support will have on our collective journey Their belief in our mission is a testament to the potential we hold and the transformative power of our vision. Together, we will forge new paths, break barriers, and create a future that surpasses all expectations.” Managing Member Dwain Kyles
The company is also setting itself apart through a venture exchange that lets it list and trade smaller company stock in the early stage–these stocks would hardly ever make it to the major stock exchanges.
“The arrival of our investors is not merely a financial transaction; it is a testament to the strength of our vision and the promise of our organization. Their partnership symbolizes a shared commitment to growth, innovation, and long-term success. We are truly fortunate to have them by our side as we embark on this extraordinary journey.” Dream Exchange Founder and CEO Joe Cecala
With help from Dotson, the company is currently making history by preparing itself to become the country’s first registered minority-owned and governed company running a stock exchange.