With the Super Bowl and All-Star Game coming soon, sports are taking over our televisions and social media feeds. And Shana Renee Stephenson is covering it all with television appearances and her site AllSportsEverything.com.read more...
Being bold has paid off for Teneshia Jackson Warner, who pitched her services to Russell Simmons when they bumped into each other, then faxed him her resume for 30 days in a row. Her persistence led to working for Simmons, launching her own thriving marketing company Egami consulting and being a business author. With clients including Procter and Gamble, Target and Hennessy, she has discovered how to connect brands with communities of color. The innovative entrepreneur shares her boss secrets.read more...
Cultural Artige'. Digital Renaissance Woman. Builder of Great Things. Karen Civil’s Twitter bio does a good job of summing up her incredible impact on pop culture using the internet. After her fan sites led her to meeting her the Backstreet Boys and Bodie from The Wire, she realized the power of a technology. She has crafted social media campaigns for artists and brands including lil Wayne and Beats by Dre. See how she discovered success on her own terms.read more...
At 15, Laila Ali got her first job at McDonald’s and she’s been hustling hard since, from becoming a manicurist and opening her own salon by age 18 to following her father Muhammad Ali’s footsteps into the boxing ring. Now the wife and mom of two is host of the new FYI culinary competition show, “Late Nite Chef Fight.” See her success secrets and what’s cooking in her sizzling career.read more...