Delayna Watkins is a nationally recognized award-winning nurse, Amazon best-selling author, and owner of the Women’s Wellness Lounge. As CEO of Women’s Wellness Lounge, Delayna provides lifestyle, fitness, and nutrition services to thousands of women locally and nationwide. Her life’s work is empowering women about their health and wellness.
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley’s recent unveiling of herself as bald gave me deep joy, yet resurfaced past pains of insecurities I fought hard to overcome. My journey, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley’s journey, and countless women suffering from alopecia is a journey of pain, frustration, and isolation that many women battle with, until finding their own unique healing path to embracing alopecia.
Minda Harts, CEO of The Memo LLC, has built a career platform for women of color to advance in the workplace. Additionally, she has a best-selling book The Memo: What Women of Color Need To Know To Secure A Seat At The Table. She wrote this book based on the inspiration of Toni Morrison, which
Djuana Beamon is a financial advisor turned Diversity & Inclusion Executive. She feels making this career change has allowed her to fulfill her purpose and passion. Her career has allowed her to mentor an array of individuals. Her success has happened because she believes you have to “take a chance on you, [because] no
Joia Jefferson Nuri, CEO of In the Public Eye Communications, is a communication strategist and executive presentation and media coach. She shares that “you can’t Google experience.” She gained her expertise working as a technician for NBC and CBS News. She became the first African American woman to serve as Technical Director of Face the
A few days leading up to the Memorial Day holiday weekend, like many, I began to think about how I wanted to spend the holiday weekend, maybe grill with family and friends, or maybe just rest and relax during the 4-day weekend. Then, I began to reflect on the meaning of Memorial Day and why
Diane Brown is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Prince George’s Community Federal Credit Union. She has a passion for her community and assisting individuals and business owners grow financially. A key to her personal financial journey started with learning early the power of money. Understanding money affects the choices you make
Lisa Anderson, a Certified Public Accountant and leadership coach, is known for her award-winning techniques and solutions that propel small businesses beyond the plateau to growth. She uses her over 20 years of entrepreneurial experience helping businesses in three key areas: optimizing operational efficiencies, increasing revenue, and building sustainable infrastructure. A powerful statement Lisa made
It’s Women’s History Month! I think we should celebrate it from a financial perspective. Let’s honor the smart money moves Black women are making now and have accomplished throughout our history. They are all visionaries who saw possibilities when others didn’t. I recently finished reading Black Fortunes by Shomari Wills—it’s a great book, by the