February 1, 2017 was a special day for this nation. Not only it was it a foray into our 41st installment of Black
Female Success Factor
Climbing the corporate ladder of success can be tricky when few of the people at the top look like you.
Tieshena Davis is the best-selling author of Think Like a Bookpreneur and the founder of Purposely Created Publishing Group, an international award-winning book publishing firm specializing in author branding and development. Davis
Conchetta Jones, a personal development coach and the founder and CEO of She’s All That!, is on a mission to
As CEO of A Brand Called U, Rachel Green has cultivated her passion for public relations and brand management into
Tiffany Fulcher is the ultimate mompreneur, speaker, and business coach. She is the CEO and founder of Tiffany Fulcher Enterprise
I am a woman, hear me roar! With March being Women’s History Month ushered in by the Women’s March on
Name: L. Michelle Smith Title: Director, public relations, AT&T Global Marketing Organization Organization: AT&T L. Michelle Smith is the voice
Ashley M. Fox has dedicated her life to helping people develop career, life, and financial success. Born and raised in
Philadelphia-based Dr. Loren Robinson is making major headway in the medical field. She was recently selected to join the board
Queried about what book she is reading, Wayetu Moore, CEO and publisher of One Moore Book Publishing, raised her voice in
Over the weekend, this writer had the pleasure of attending the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit in sunny Phoenix.
Photo credit: Kalvin Reeves Chasing your dreams involves hard work, dedication, and consistency in your plans — the qualities Jean
Tech-life expert Stephanie Humphrey merges her passion for lifestyle media with in-depth tech expertise to show everyday people how empowering,
Faith Oliver-Robertson, DDS, OMFS, affectionately referred to as “Dr. Faith,” is a Dallas native and University of North Texas alum.
Lenise Williams is an IP attorney and business consultant who takes a special interest in advising entrepreneurs, assisting them with growing
"My education was the foundation for my success and advancement. I have degrees from UC-Berkeley in business administration and human
Peace Hyde is a native of London who quit her high-paying career in education and left her home to move
The Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network (WEEN) Academy graduates have an 86 percent career and internship placement success rate. The
The Black Women Film Network has a way of making National Women’s History Month festive with its annual summit. In celebration