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As the national director of corporate and cause partnerships at Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Charlita Stephens-Walker bears the awesome responsibility of raising funds for major corporations and partnering with national corporate donors across the country. Rolling out caught up with Stephens-Walker at the 2020 Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit in Las Vegas,…

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For many in 2018, women’s empowerment means a host of activities, panelists and seminars catered to empowering women to take charge of their finances and pursue an entrepreneurial journey. For four African American women, women’s empowerment meant something totally different. Diverse in their professional backgrounds, Lyndsay Christian, Joi Adams, Shawanda Green, and Ericka Hatfield came…

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A former corporate America executive, Sonia Jackson Myles is the founder, president and CEO of The Sister Accord Foundation — a resolution to change how girls and women treat, support, and interact with each other. It has grown into a global movement. Myles was nominated for a 2013 NAACP Image Award, in the Debut Author category, for her book, The Sister…

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The following is the second part of JL King’s article on the Power of the Black Gay Dollar. Go to the following link for Part 1 of this article: //rollingout.com/business/executive-suite/the-power-of-the-black-gay-dollar-part-1/ When asked to define wealth, Gregory Allen, co-founder of Extreme Entertainment, Inc. and host of the “State of the Black Gay Community” summit stated that…

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