Episode 20: COVID has ‘Changed the Game’ for Small Businesses on Oak Street
This week features a conversation about how COVID-19 has “changed the game” for small business owners on Oak Street – a historic commercial corridor in Uptown New Orleans – and citywide. Our guest is architect and Tulane grad Min Yang, who is the president of Oak Street Merchants, Residents and Property Owners Inc., a nonprofit that promotes the street and produces Po-Boy Fest.
Architect Min Yang has more than 30 years of experience in project management and resource development, chiefly in the realms of architecture, construction and real estate investing. He grew up in New Orleans, graduated from Benjamin Franklin High School and received his B.A in Architecture from Tulane University.