This HBCU Grad is Possibly the Youngest Black Female Owner of a McDonald’s Franchise

At 35, Lauren Copeland Mitchell is one of the youngest black women in the US to own a McDonald’s franchise. Her restaurant, which can be found in Cincinnati, Ohio, is regarded as one of the most successful establishments in that part of Ohio.

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Lauren, a graduate of the historically black college or university located in Washington, District of Columbia’s Howard University, became an owner and operator of the business in November 2022. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering in 2009 and completed her studies with a grade point average 3.83.

Her path through the professional world reveals a lot about who she is as a person and how she achieved such great success. She interned at both Procter & Gamble and J.P. Morgan as a student.

After receiving her degree, she went on to work for ExxonMobil for thirteen years, during which time she was promoted to higher positions within the organization.

However, this changed the very same year when she decided it was finally her time to become an entrepreneur. With her talents and expertise in managing and supervising varied teams to reach organizational goals, she will undoubtedly have great success over many years to come.

In addition to the over 250 other African Americans who already own McDonald’s restaurants nationwide, Lauren is now one of them. However, only approximately 50 or fewer of those individuals are known to be female.

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