Category Archives: Women Leaders
There was a celebration indeed going on in Chicago at the McCormick Place the weekend of April 5-7. The Black Women’s Expo presented by State Farm held its 19th annual event which celebrated African American women by providing empowering seminars, national speakers, and live main stage entertainment as well as an exhibit hall for tons of shopping! Read the rest of this entry
There was no better way I could have spent the day than to end Women’s History month by Celebrating the Sista Within at the 5th Annual Sista 2 Sista Youth Summit, Saturday, March 31, 2012 at the St. Francis College in Brooklyn, NY. An empowering filled day of celebrations included engaging workshops, reflective activities which addressed issues that are faced in the lives of youth, and uplifting live entertainment helped make this event a memorable one that will leave a mark in the young girl attendees lives and give them new light as enter the real world!
Women’s History month is a great time to reflect and honor women who are making their mark in society.While women are continually shattering glass ceiling, it’s always great to have a celebration which honors their contributions in society. On Tuesday, March 13, 2102 Inspired in New York held their Honoree series at Tian at the Riverside in Harlem, New York.
It’s February and the journey just keeps getting better! Listen to my latest adventure as I have a one on one conversation with an Important Player in the Banking Industry, Ms. Shelly-Ann Gordon! Shelly-Ann gives her story about her career path in banking and tells of her latest venture Your Vision Now Webinar Series. Get ready to enjoy this adventure as we discuss LOVE, PASSION, and DREAMS! Read the rest of this entry
It’s been three weeks into my 30-Day Self-Love Challenge and for those who missed my first post, the challenge gives an opportunity for individuals to choose themselves first. Not to be selfish in loving only themselves, but in the end of the challenge to carry the love they have for themselves and help others.
What better way to begin 2012 than to kick off the year with a 30-Day Self- Love Challenge! This challenge created by Akua Soadwa @akuasoadwa, Founder & Director of Gye Nyame Empowerment Project, gives an opportunity for individuals to choose themselves first. Not to be selfish in loving only themselves, but in the end of the challenge to carry the love they have for themselves and help others.
What better way to beat the holiday crowd than to shop, donate, and mingle with women leaders in the community by attending a Holiday Pop-up in Manhattan. Michelle O Brunch, an organization which celebrates the success of women leaders in the African American community while creating a space for these individuals to continue to connect, empower, and learn from one another, hosted their 2nd Annual Holiday Pop-up: Give this Saturday at the SalonEco at Green Spaces in New York. Read the rest of this entry