Culturelancer is the brainchild of a Clark Atlanta University (“CAU”) Alumna, Brianna Brazle. When Brianna was attending CAU, she noticed that students, faculty, and alumni would rally around the vision of a student who demonstrated creativity and hustle. Because of this, At Clark Atlanta University and the Historically Black Colleges next door — Morehouse College and Spelman College — Brianna felt a culture of family. She loved to witness and be a part of such a powerful ecosystem, and she credits her experience at CAU as confidence-boosting and character building.
CultureLancer is closing the college to career transition gap, preparing emerging talent for success in the industries they desire, and helping employers cut cost and de-risk hiring.
For creatives & freelancers, this new reality meant that the constant reassurance and access to resources that were bountiful while on campus, typically decreased. And, less job opportunities were being offered to these creative graduates — even though they were qualified.
Brianna dreamed of developing on and improving the network of HBCU graduates by creating the Culturelancer platform. Culturelancer is