Wednesday Wonder Woman: Dejah Myers

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Dejah Myers is a 19- year old college student, who recently  opened a natural organic hair product line., CurlEnvyCo. She created this line to school with tuition and school expense. Dejah is natural her self. One summer while in her Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: LaKisha Mosley

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A native of Louisiana, LaKisha Mosley started in the event planning industry 5 years ago, as a solo entrepreneur. The Aspiring Planner program, a program for those aspiring to become a successful event planner and maintain their business, was started after Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Marquita Wilson

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Marquita Wilson is a fitness inspiration. After the passing of her mother and having to take care of her sister who suffers from Cerebral Palsy, Wilson lost 125 lbs. She was awarded the Caretaker of the Year award in  2016 Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Shurvone Wright

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Shurvone Wright is a Nurse and has practice nursing since 1988. She has worked in many specialized areas of nursing. She has worked in the medical/surgical units, mental health, home health nursing, out patient clinics with the last 15 years Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Dr. Jacque Colbert

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  Dr. Jacque Colbert is a woman of passion and purpose! She is a dynamic author, certified life/executive coach, and motivational speaker with global experience in business and HR leadership. Her portfolio spans over 20+ years with companies such as Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Andrea Ball

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Andrea Ball has big dreams & a bigger destiny. God definitely has some major things in store for her. She is an author, entrepreneur, student, and caregiver, while  currently pursuing a nursing degree. Originally from Hobson City, Al, Andrea is nothing short of Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Badia Stewart

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Badia Stewart is the beauty guru on the rise. Learn how her weight loss, led to her discovering her curve enhancing products and brand, Bare Derriere. How would you describe your swagher? What makes Badia, Badia? I have a insatiable desire Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Dr. Kimberly Pettaway Willis, PhD.

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  Dr. Kimberly Pettaway Willis, PhD. is the owner of Cor’Rae Cosmetics, a new makeup line that is devoted to providing amazing products to customers. They pride ourselves in making our customers happy by listening to their wants and needs. What Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Takisha Payne

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Takisha Payne is a children’s author from Manassas, Virginia with a passion for shaping the the lives of young children. Her current book Bitsy Bop wants to Hippity Hop is currently available at Barnes & Nobles, Amazon, Mascotbooks.com and abebooks.com. Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Maisha Rush

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Maisha Rush is a married mother of nine, serial entrepreneur, coach, blogger, and motivational speaker. She is the co-owner (along with her husband) and lead consultant of Rush Consulting, which offers resume building, job leads and staffing, small business start-up Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Nikei Salas

Nikei Salas is the author of “Black Girl Gone Guru”, as well as a wife, mother, spiritual coach, speaker, and activist. Learn more about Nikki and her book below. How would you describe your swagher? What makes Nikei, Nikei? Me being in Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Sherie Phillips

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What is your name and how did you become who you are? Sherie Khadija Phillips Thomas How old are you? 35 years young Where are you from? Bogalusa, Louisiana Tell me how you first got involved with (business, volunteering, etc.…)? Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Kia Clark

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How would you describe your swagher? What makes Kia, Kia? My ambition, my drive, my motivation, my creativity! I dream big and take steps to make sure that dreams soon become reality, along with my love and loyalty to that Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Ni’Cola Mitchell

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Striving to inject her unique flair into the realm of contemporary fiction, Award-Winning, Best-Selling author  blogger, Ni’Cola Mitchell entered the literary scene with one main objective: To Stimulate Your Mind, One Word at a Time. Through her independent publishing company Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Yolanda Smothers

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How would you describe your swagher? What makes Yolanda, Yolanda? What makes Yolanda, Yolanda, is my Swag is all my own – her own.  “To thine own self be true”.  Thankfully through humility and remaining steadfast in my faith, I Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Daizchane Baker

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Daizchane Baker is a senior, honors college student studying public relations. Combining her creative mindset and entrepreneurial spirit, she launched The Pink Gloss Agency, a branding and public relations agency to help business owners with their brands. Daizchane is marketing Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Michele Lawson

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  Michele Lawson was born in New York City. She received her education in NYC and eventually started working for the City of New York. However, Michele soon discovered a keen interest in modeling and the performing arts. This interest Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Kim Davis

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Kim Davis is the owner of Kim’s Bead Palace. Born and raised in Baltimore Maryland, she developed a passion for making handmade stretch bracelet about a year ago. What motivated you to start your beading business? Making stretch bracelets started Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Shereé Parker

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Shereé Parker is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a Best-Selling Author, Certified Life and Business Coach, Philanthropist, Speaker and the Founder of Queenpreneur Spirit Brand Apparel and Shereé Parker Coaching and Consulting, LLC where life and spiritual coaching Read more

Wednesday Wonder Woman: Meahdi Pugh

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How did you begin designing jewelry? It actually started years ago when our house was broken into. Just about all of my (fashion) jewelry was stolen, and  I was devastated, because they were all close-outs or donated pieces. I was Read more