Ben Navarro pledges $250,000 to International African American Museum | Business

Charleston philanthropist and business leader Ben Navarro has pledged $250,000 for the International African American Museum, according to an announcement Thursday.

Navarro is founder and CEO of Sherman Financial Group, a global investment company headquartered in Charleston. He also founded Meeting Street Schools in 2008 on the belief that all children deserve an excellent education regardless of their geographic or socioeconomic circumstances.

“Ben has made a remarkable impact in South Carolina through his philanthropic endeavors, chiefly through his work with Meeting Street Schools,” former Charleston Mayor Joe Riley, a museum board member who announced the vision for the museum in 2000, said…

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