African Pride’s Charlean Dance hosts ‘Women of Beauty’ at NAACP Image Awards

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Charlean Dance, the youngest global marketing director for African Pride, hosted the “Women of Beauty in the Media” at a viewing party for the NAACP Image Awards with sponsor/partners Walmart, TV One and One Solutions. Cathy Hughes (founder of TV One and Radio One) was also part of the live televised broadcast during the NAACP Image Awards show in Los Angeles hosted by Anthony Anderson.

BeautyBloggersThe Walmart blue carpet affair was hosted by the gorgeous beauty blogger Melanie Yvette, columnist for (Ebony.com #beautifullybrown). Joining the red carpet to interview musical Icon Charlie Wilson and fashion expert Tai Beauchamp; were publisher of Sister to Sister magazine, Jamie Foster Brown; style blogger Christina Brown (founder of LoveBrownSugar.com); Essence magazine beauty and hair editor Deena Campbell, YoutTube blogger, TaVaughn Moore, Strength of Nature marketing manager Davita Dunston; lifestyle editor Danielle Young of Hello Beautiful; and this writer, the Red Carpet Slave, fashion and beauty editor for Sister to Sister magazine.


jamieCharleanJamie Foster Brown – publisher of Sister to Sister magazine; and Charlean Dance, global director of marketing for Strength of Nature (African Pride) [cigallery]

wallmartExecs_charleanMany are not aware that in addition to Dance being one of the youngest women in the beauty industry, she is a mother, wife, and a boss lady in the boardroom. Dance was responsible for directing the relaunch of Strength of Nature’s professional hair care brands Elasta QP,  African Pride, Mega Growth Profectiv and Beautiful Textures.


charleanHow excited were the media partners of Strength of Nature and African Pride, moguls Munson Steed and Bernard Bronner, to be invited to Bentonville, Arkansas, and share in this celebration? “Let’s just say we couldn’t ask for a better brand to be affiliated with and a class act like Walmart, who by the way really knows how to make the media feel welcome, and especially knows how to throw a party!” said Munson Steed, CEO of Steed Media Group, publisher of rolling out.

This was an ingenious way for Dance to help spread the word nationally about this wonderful event that takes place in Bentonville annually. Congrats to the NAACP Image Award recipients for 2015.

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