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Black Enterprise Magazine Interview at The Breakfast Club

Stacy Tisdale and Sirita Wright from Black Enterprise Magazine stop through to offer financial advise on various topics.


Woman of Power Alicia Boler-Davis Named 2016 Corporate Executive of the Year

Each year the Trumpet Awards recognizes the accomplishments of African Americans who have succeeded despite great odds and have inspired success in others. This year, for the 24th Annual Trumpet Awards, General Motors officially announces that senior vice president of Global Connect Customer Experience, Alicia Boler-Davis, has been named the 2016 Corporate Executive of the Year, recognized for her accomplishments and impact on the industry, thus far, with GM. 326 more words

Report: Number of Female Billionaires Outpacing Men

Though women still have a long way to go in terms of equality in salaries and other aspects of the business world, a group of the wealthiest in the group seems to be on the uptick. 382 more words

Recap #BEBizChat: 10 Lessons We Learned From Master Brand Coach Jai Stone

On Friday, December 11, Jai Stone, a Master Brand Coach and Founder of Emotional Nudity, was a guest on our #BEBizChat. She shared a few powerful gems about the latest trends in social media, how to monetize your social media presence, and prepare your business for the holiday season. 52 more words

Asa Leveaux featured in Black Enterprise

Entrepreneur coach Asa Leveaux helps you tap into your inner genius and get the best out of yourself. Read the full article HERE.

Asa Leveaux

Amazing Women Entrepreneurs Making a Difference in the World

If you think you have to run a billion-dollar company to make a difference in the community, think again. In a nod to this past Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (November 19), … 908 more words

Entrepreneur Talks Finding Success by Creating Her Own Dream Job

Monica G. Coleman, founder & president of M320 Consulting, breathes life into the quote: ‘your dream job doesn’t exist, you must create it.’ “I kept landing what I thought were ‘dream jobs’ but still felt like something was missing,” said Coleman. 1,071 more words