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Kenyatta Scott is a published author, Chicago native and the founder and CEO of Let’s Talk Incorporated. She also works with faith-based organizations where her platform is on celibacy as a form of self-care and discovering one’s purpose. This brand is commonly known as The Sprinkle of Love. Rolling out caught up with Scott to…

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When people think of the word “millennials,” many people tend to think about a generation that is thought to be entitled, self-absorbed, lazy, and most importantly, that takes too many selfies. While a few of these labels apply to some millennials, the Michigan Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 Awards recipients debunk these stereotypes in every way…

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Cheresa “Reese” LaFrances Purnell is a leadership strategist, idea curator, supermom to a beautiful teen daughter, and spiritual activator, with 15 years of mentoring, facilitating, and training experience in the nonprofit sector. She creates platforms that support the spiritual, personal and professional development of women leaders and girls of color. Those platforms include being the…

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Rashauna Scott is a millennial thought leader with superpowers in real estate and financial literacy. Her goal as a real estate investor is to build long-term wealth through unique investing systems. Additionally, Scott is an Illinois-licensed real estate agent, mentor, finance coach, and public speaker. She pours her talents into schools and organizations with the goal…

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Demoiselle 2 Femme founded by Sherida Morrison and Romanthea Looper was created to address the social and personal problems of adolescent females in the Chicago’s Englewood community and provide them with positive role models that would assist them in becoming successful young women. Recently, these role models were chosen and recognized as the 40 under…

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