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Brenda Ross Dulan is the executive vice president and region president for Wells Fargo in the state of New Jersey. As a teen, Dulan thought that she wanted to work as an actuary, but the Howard University alum didn’t expect that she’d work in banking. After attaining her MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA, she decided to move away from insurance and into banking. And she hasn’t looked back.

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Cheryl Walker-Robertson is the executive director of Protocol International, a corporate etiquette, protocol training and professional development consultancy. Protocol International serves clients across a diverse spectrum; including Fortune 500 business, government, education, entertainment organizations and much more. The Saint Augustine’s College graduate utilizes her expertise in protocol to help companies elevate their image and better understand how to navigate multicultural environments.

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The Network Journal has honored 25 accomplished black women for 16 years now, and the 2014 Top 25 Black Women in Business were as remarkable and successful a group of professionals as have ever been honored by the publication. Showcasing senior-management executives across the corporate, government and non-profit sectors, the 16th Annual 25 Influential Black Women in Business Awards Luncheon was hosted by Mistress of Ceremonies Michelle Miller, correspondent and anchor for CBS News, with a little help from TNJ founder/CEO Aziz Gueye Adetimirin .

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The Network Journal held it’s 16th Annual 40 Under-Forty Achievement Awards dinner on  Thursday, June 13, 2013, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Times Square in New York City. Launched in June 1998, TNJ‘s 40 Under-Forty Achievement Awards honors men and women under 40 years old whose professional accomplishments have significantly impacted an industry or profession and who also have…

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Harlem Arts Alliance Presents:  On the “A” w/Souleo   The famed 125th Street is getting a makeove,r but to see the results you will have to look upward. The 125th Street Business Improvement District, the Harlem Arts Alliance and Harlem Community Development Corporation unveiled the new banner designs for the fourth annual “BID on Culture”…

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