St. Louis Mosaic Project Senior Manager to moderate panel about immigrant entrepreneurship on June 30 at MO History Museum.

For centuries, waves of immigration have influenced and shaped the St. Louis region, giving rise to neighborhoods and businesses that have become integral to the fabric of the community. Increasing foreign-born populations has been shown to have a significant economic impact on communities, but a 2012 report showed St. Louis was behind other cities in attracting foreign-born citizens. This report spurred the creation of the St. Louis Mosaic Project to create a more welcoming and prosperous city. Join Suzanne Sierra of the St. Louis Mosaic Project, Missouri Historical Society Librarian Emily Jaycox, and a panel of foreign-born business owners for a conversation about the past, present, and future of the economic impact of immigration in St. Louis. Read more here