Women In The Workplace
Bridgit Antoinette Evans and Tracy Van Slyke are using their business Pop Culture Collaborative to change Hollywood.
Asking for a raise is not always an easy task for most women on the job. More times than not, many women in the workplace would prefer to not rock the boat by seeking more than what is already being provided to them in terms of salary. Maybe it is the fear of rejection, or […]
We caught up with the reality star learn all about her new accessory lines and budding fashion empire.
Latesha has owned the digital and social media marketing realm making her many card games, including Black Card Revoked, a cultural phenomenon.
But how does this media maven stand out in a community full of natural hair influencers? In an interview with HelloBeautiful, Kish dropped some pearls of wisdom.
But how did this Bedford-Stuyvesant native crack the code to success and rise above the competition? With an experimental approach
It’s no secret the DJ industry is typically seen as an all boys’ club. However, that has not stopped DJ Olivia Dope from dominating the scene.
The natural hair movement is reminding Black woman everywhere that we were born to slay just the way we are.
Latesha is the co-founder of Cards for All People, which makes fun, nostalgia-filled card games that test knowledge of cultural milestones and moments.
Black women are reaching higher and higher accolades across industries, but it is still an uphill battle to receive the credibility of our white counterparts.