Skip to content

Christina Steed’s background includes journalism, national and international corporate communications, expertise in multicultural, diversity and inclusion communications and a brief stint with the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Chicago office. Her agency work is growing in the space of diversity and inclusion communications as companies seek out Flowers Communications Group not only for its expertise in…

Read More

Darla Turner is the manager of corporate communications at Nissan North America. Turner has experience as an internal and corporate communications manager with a demonstrated history of working in the automotive industry. She curates custom programs to highlight Nissan’s reputation as a leader in automotive technology and innovation. During her time at Nissan, she has…

Read More

A few short days from now, thousands of Black folks eager to relax, relate and rejuvenate will flock to The Big Easy for the 2018 Essence Festival, the nation’s premier event dedicated to Black music, film, art, politics, food, fashion and empowerment taking place July 5-8 in New Orleans. Between now and then, Joy Profet,…

Read More

We continue our Sisters with Superpowers series with multicultural maven Goldie Taylor, who is the chief marketing communications officer of the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). A prior service active duty U.S. Marine Corps public affairs broadcaster, Taylor has been a working journalist and communications executive for 30 years. Joining MARTA from New York-based IAC…

Read More

Brittany Mobley of Bmobley Public Relations is a juggernaut in her profession. As the CEO of her own PR firm, everything is in-house for her. She creates her own graphics, websites, logos, and content for her business. She’s also been able to get coverage for her clients in the Michigan Chronicle, WXYZ and Channel 4…

Read More

Confused people do not buy. Most marketing, while intended to explain, simply confuses. We create messages that make our products sound more feature-rich and important. We add options, levels and configurations in an effort to expand choice. We extend the brand as a way to take advantage of built-in loyalty. In short, we take something…

Read More

This past week, Women of Color in Communications, otherwise known as ColorComm, held their “Coffee Connections” network meeting during the morning hours at a downtown café. The morning event is a member-to-member knowledge sharing opportunity for female communications professionals. Envisioned as a place and space where women can learn from one another on how to be…

Read More