Young, African-American girls need to see older, professional women who look like them succeeding in leadership roles! That has been the continuous message this month. By seeing black women as leaders, they will start to see themselves as developing leaders and act as such. You can help support our youth by taking on leadership roles yourselves, or by electing others for leadership positions. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: October 2014
Entrepreneurial Insights from Kelly Fair the Mentor
As mentioned in the first blog post of the month, October is National Women’s Small Business Month. In honor of this, we want to provide our readers and young mentees with insights from a personal woman entrepreneur. This week, Kelly Fair was able to lend her time and answer questions from staff about her development as an African-American woman entrepreneur. Continue reading
Can African-American Women Lean In?
While women (and men) are agreeing with Sheryl Sandberg, African-American women are questioning whether “leaning in” is enough for success. Continue reading
Fall Into New Inspirations—Women Entrepreneurs!
Written by, Tamara Meyerhoff As we fall into another season, we should celebrate the many daily inspirations we have in our lives. October not only marks National Women’s Small Business Month, but also the 26th anniversary of the Women’s Business … Continue reading