CEO Tasha McCaskiel strives to get women employed in media

Tasha McCaskiel, the CEO and founder of Black Girls in Media, a networking organization, spoke with rolling out  about her passion for helping Black women be successful in the media industry. After year’s of detours and closed doors, McCaskiel created her own route and platform to help other women avoid some of the struggles she […]

CEO Auntjuan Wiley celebrates AIDS Walk’s 11th anniversary

Auntjuan Wiley is the CEO of AIDS Walk South Dallas Inc. The mission of the organization is to empower all persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS through prevention, advocacy, education, peer support, linkage to care, and emergency financial assistance. Wiley held the celebration of the organization’s 11th anniversary on June 25 and spoke with […]

Public relations guru Shawna Charles shares her truth

Shawna Charles is the CEO and founder of Charles Communication Group. She currently does PR for high-profile attorneys and politicians. Charles explained the function of PR and how she deals with this high-pressure demands of the industry. How would you describe public relations? It’s called public relations, but I always say it’s public relationships. You’re […]

Former athlete Nia Symone found her purpose, and now she’s helping others

Nia Symone is the CEO and founder of Purpose To Be Heard, a digital storytelling platform that gives former and current athletes a platform to tell their stories while finding solutions to problems in the sports community. Symone has been in the shoes of an athlete and understands the journey, and telling these stories was […]

Deaphalis Sample shares how he has helped clients avoid tax problems

Deaphalis Sample, the CEO of Alliance Tax Solutions, spoke with rolling out about what the company has done for his clients, and how they can help you file your taxes correctly. What are some examples of individuals who have connected with your firm, and you got them out of trouble? One specific situation was one […]

Yvette Caslin shares tips about taxation and jump-starting a business

Yvette Caslin is the CEO of The Pinkprint, which helps individuals form a plan when filing taxes, build credit, develop a tax strategy for business entities and repair credit. How did you start your journey? I started my journey 20 years ago in media and entertainment. In 2016, I started doing a little bit of media […]

Janelle Reid is helping Black women close the equity gap

Janelle Reid is the CEO of Divine Career Solutions, a career and business consultancy for business owners and professionals seeking to accelerate, advance or transition in their careers or businesses. Reid recently spoke at the 2022 Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit. Reid spoke with rolling out about the summit, being a speaker at the event […]

Kylie Russell shares 3 tips for young Black girls aspiring to be CEOs

Kylie Russell is the CEO and founder of Priceless One Management, an elite event staffing, management and event production agency. Russell stopped to talk to rolling out about the Black Enterprise‘s 2022 Women of Power Summit in Las Vegas, tips to give to aspiring CEOs and how Black men can protect Black women. How does it feel […]

Keanna Barber discusses Black representation, mentors in entrepreneurship

Keeana Barber is the CEO of WDB Marketing, a one-stop marketing and promotions shop. The company offers graphic design, print services, web design, marketing and promotional strategies. Barber talked with rolling out about her business, Black representation in entrepreneurship and ways we can support Black businesses going forward. What led you to become an entrepreneur? Entrepreneurship […]

Brandon McGhee is making lives easier with new innovative luggage company

Brandon McGhee is an American entrepreneur, businessman and philanthropist who founded Cre8te Technology and co-founded Omnia Enterprise, a new and innovative luggage company. How did you come up with the idea for Omnia Enterprise? It all started with me having a tech company and we help bring people’s ideas to life. I had a client […]

Emmanuel Glaze shares why it’s important to uplift the younger generation

Emmanuel Glaze is the founder and CEO of Optimize the Vizion, a nonprofit organization that helps kids gain exposure to events in Atlanta. What led you to become a CEO? The ability to help and create. I think that’s what CEOs want, they want their product to get out there. They want to create opportunities. […]

New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter steps down as Miami Marlins CEO

In stunning and surprising news, on Feb. 28, Derek Jeter announced that he is stepping down as CEO of the Miami Marlins and is selling his stake in the MLB franchise. “Today I am announcing that the Miami Marlins and I are officially ending our relationship and I will no longer serve as CEO nor […]

CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Atlanta Kwame Johnson calls for more brothers and sisters

Kwame Johnson is an author and the CEO and president of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta. It is the biggest and most successful youth mentoring agency in Georgia. Johnson has received national recognition for his work, including the Manhattan Institute’s Social Entrepreneur Program of the Year Award, Atlanta Business Chronicle‘s Most Admired CEO, […]

Filmmaker Nakia Stephens honors grandparents by telling their stories

Nakia Stephens is the CEO and founder of Damn Write Originals. Stephens is an award-winning screenwriter, filmmaker, and HBCU grad from Savanah State University. There, she studied mass communication and radio and television broadcasting. Stephens traveled abroad and wrote the script for her life by creating her company in 2014. Since her launch, she has […]

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