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by Jessica S. McDunn, University Relations

A 24-year-old, self-made multimillionaire, Ephren Taylor II, shared his inspiring story with HPU students in two presentations, Feb. 22 at the windward Hawai‘i Loa campus and Feb. 23 downtown.

The youngest African-American CEO of a publicly traded company, City Capital Corporation and Amoro Corporation, Taylor told students how they could achieve their dreams and goals and manage their finances in a presentations titled “Success at Any Age.”

Taylor started his first business venture at age 12, made his first million by age 16, and currently oversees more than $100 million in assets.

He serves a diverse client list, ranging from stock market day traders to hip-hop icons. Beyond his unprecedented accomplishments in the technology and finance industries, he is also an author, inspirational speaker, ordained minister, and real estate mastermind.





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