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Black Women in business

Christina Marshall-Valdez is the CEO of Taelur, a web and mobile platform that connects plus-size women to clothes that fit them.
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Downtown Atlanta is home to one of the first programs in the U.S. dedicated to funding and developing startups founded by black and Latino women.

It's called the BIG incubator and on Saturday, four teams are graduating from the three month bootcamp.

Taelur

Christina Marshall-Valdez is the founder of the start-up called Taelur, the French word for tailor. On her computer, she selects images of clothing, styles and body parts.

"The quiz is what's informing our artificial intelligence, so that's the engine for our site," she explained.

A screenshot of the video posted on talentinnovation.org in which Tai Green talks about her study on black women pursuing powerful corporate positions in the U.S.
Courtesy of the Center for Talent Innovation

One of the challenges that people face today in the business world is climbing the corporate ladder.