African Art Museum of Maryland
Television Series Women’s Business Report (WBR-TV) celebrates International Women’s Day & Women’s History Month with an interview featuring a powerful woman entrepreneur. Doris Ligon is the co-founder, curator, director and Museum Docent of the African Art Museum of Maryland.
The Museum is a nonprofit institution that was founded in 1980 by she and her late husband, Major Claude Ligon, and it is one of only three museums of its kind in the United States that is devoted exclusively to the art of Africa.
We are also joined by Saundra Barrett is a longtime Howard County, Maryland resident who in addition to being a board member of the museum, is also an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a patron of the arts and an educator having taught k-12 to college level courses here in Howard County, Maryland.
Angela Harris, Women’s Business Report (WBR-TV) host and producer, conducts the interview.