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WHO: Ephren W. Taylor II, 25, the youngest African-American CEO of a publicly traded company. He made his first million at age 17. {He started his first business at age 12.} At City Capital Corporation, Taylor oversees millions in assets, serving a diverse client list ranging from Wall Street investors, top executives, professional athletes and even entertainment icons. Recently, Taylor launched a 25-city “Urban Wealth Tour” promoting economic empowerment, affordable housing and entrepreneurship in urban communities. A true “wealth engineer,” Taylor is rapidly emerging for generation X and Y what Warren Buffet is for baby boomers; the premier financial expert for a generation. City Capital Corporation is engaged in leveraging investments, holdings and other assets building value for investors and shareholders creating positive change and self-sufficiency for communities around the country and the world. City Capital currently manages diverse assets and holdings including real estate developments, such as the Kansas City (Missouri) Historic Jazz District redevelopment; buying, selling and drilling of oil and gas properties, and more. Capital City buys and renovates distressed properties in multiple industry segments and resells them at a profit. WHAT: The 2007-2008 Dr. Shirley S. Seaton Cultural Awareness Series, sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs. WHERE: John Carroll University 20700 N. Park Blvd University Heights, OH 44118 Dolan Center for Science and Technology / Donahue Auditorium WHEN: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 7 p.m CONTACT: Office of Multicultural Affairs 216.397.4185