Women In The Workplace

A recent Business Insider article discussing and highlighting Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software since 2007, shed some light on another viewpoint from a woman in power on how to successfully be a woman and a leader in your company. As noted within the article, Mrs. Parsons does not view herself as an average […]

Bosses, either you absolutely love them…or absolutely loathe them. I have had two incredible bosses throughout my tenure as an employee. They were very patient, receptive to employee ideas and suggestions, considerate of employee personal obligations, always exposing us to new and better ways of handling work matters and also very honest and forthcoming when […]

A working woman’s job is never done. A career-focused woman is just that; her mind is often on the job and fulfilling her endless to…

Her name, or rather her blog rings a bell–whether you log on daily (like I do) or not. You’re probably on Necole Bitchie right now. Necole Kane is the blogstress behind the ever-popular urban entertainment hub that somehow manages to uplift and support rather than degrade and humiliate Hollywood’s heavyweights. Many blogs find the ridiculing […]

But how did this Bedford-Stuyvesant native crack the code to success and rise above the competition? With an experimental approach

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.

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.

The natural hair movement is reminding Black woman everywhere that we were born to slay just the way we are.

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.

In a patriarchal industry, it is no secret female DJs do not always receive credit where credit is due.