Gwennetta Wright gives back to the community through her many businesses

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In honor of Women’s History Month, rolling out is recognizing female professionals who are making a difference in their fields and our community. Gwennetta Wright is an Atlanta tax professional, founder of a nonprofit, and a host and executive producer of a talk show.

Tell us about your businesses.

Hi, first I would like to thank you for featuring me for Women’s [History] Month. I am a serial entrepreneur of 13 years who owns multiple businesses. My mission is ultimately to help individuals to build businesses, develop brands, and to save money in taxes. I am the owner of Xpert Tax Service LLC; Pretty Boss Fashion LLC; founder of [the] nonprofit Reach 4 Your Dreamz Inc.; host and executive producer of a talk show, “Gwen’s Business Corner with Deonta B”; and a licensed realtor with Prestige Property Brokers.

What are some things that you think women can do to uplift the Black community?

I think we can create more programs that empower our youth. We need to start teaching them at a young age about financial literacy, about leadership, about being entrepreneurs, and also more about tech. If we are able to change the narrative for the next generation then in return we can see a real change in our community.

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