Category: B.O.S.S.

Channel Golde: Meet Turmeric Blend Founder Trinity Mouzon Wofford Exclusive Interview with Founder of Golde Turmeric

Name: Trinity Mouzon-Wofford Hometown: New York, NY Occupation: Founder of Golde Instagram: @trinitymouzon @goldeturmeric Fun Fact: “I’ve been recently eating a lot of seaweed. It’s just so good for you.” Why turmeric you might ask? Well, this powerful Southeast Asia home remedy is known for improving metabolism, soothing the digestive tract, alleviating pain-related illnesses, and […]

Atlanta’s Favorite Interior Designers: Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters Exclusive Interview with Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters

Name: Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters Hometown: Atlanta, GA  Occupation: Founders of Forbes Masters, Interior Design   Instagram: @forbesmasters @taviaforbes @monetmasters Atlanta’s very own interior designers, Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters, are turning interior spaces into monumental masterpieces with their bold, modern, eclectic and sometimes masculine aesthetic. They have work with many well-known clients such […]

This ‘Financial Feminist’ Wants Us Women to Take Control of Our Own Money CEO of Rayeen Consulting Doreen Ayafor Teaches Women How to Attain Wealth-Building Habits

Name: Doreen Ayafor Hometown: Cameroon, South Florida  Occupation: CEO of Rayeen Consulting  Instagram: @doreen_ayafor Fun Fact: “I enjoy skydiving but scared to death of rollercoasters!”  Doreen Ayafor is a leading financial trailblazer, specifically working to help women break the cycle of letting their significant others make the financial decisions in the household. Originally from Cameroon […]

Crystal Ngumezi Starts a NonProfit in Austin to Empower Young Women Founder of The Proverbs 31 Women's Organization Becomes Candid About How God Gave Her Purpose To Serve Young Women

Name: Crystal Ngumezi Hometown: Houston, TX Occupation: CEO and Founder of The Proverbs 31 Women’s Organization Instagram: @p31womenorg @crystalngumezi Fun Fact: “I’m a singer lol. I’ve actually been singing since I was a child.”  Crystal Ngumezi is a former mechanical engineer who has worked with various Fortune 500 companies such as Union Pacific Railroad and Pratt & Whitney. […]

Oh Oui Oui Niki! Parisian Artist Nicholle Kobi Has Us ‘Sprung’ French Artist Nicholle Kobi Channels Black Beauty and Fashion

Name: Nicholle Kobi Hometown: Paris, France Occupation: Artist, Illustrator, Activist  Instagram: @nichollekobi @nichollekobishop Fun Fact: “I love to watch Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.”  Nicholle Kobi is an independent, French artist and illustrator known for her illustrations of black women and black sisterhood. She has quite the impressive resume, working with Essence Magazine, ABC Studios […]

Black Girls White Coats: Tanisha Terry, RN, BSN Tanisha Terry Creates a Nursing Blog To Connect and Inspire Young Women to Live Their Passion

Name: Tanisha Terry Hometown: Missouri City, TX  Occupation: Neonatal Nurse, RN (Pending Travel Nurse) Instagram: @xoxotanish Fun Fact: “I’ve saved every card that I’ve been given since the 6th grade because I’m very sentimental like that!” Having graduated with a 4.0 GPA from Stephen F. Austin State University and with a past career in Gynecology […]

Glow and Behold: Amanda Nwobu Talks About Skin Care Founder and Editor of Melanglow Shares Her Knowledge About Skin Care and the Lack of Representation for Women of Color

Name: Amanda Starghill-Nwobu Hometown: Dallas, TX  Occupation: Marketing Researcher at TextureMedia, formerly Content Editor at NaturallyCurly; Founder and Editor of Melanglow Instagram: @melanglow Fun Fact: “Hot wings are my favorite comfort food. Flats only.” A graduate from The University of Houston, Amanda Starghill-Nwobu started Melanglow in hopes to inform and educate black female consumers that all skin care products […]

#MelaChic: Shantel Collins “Time to Get S*** Done” The Owner of Shanieism Creates a Line for Women of Color using Pop Art

We would like to take a moment to give a shout out to our current MelaChic Shantel Turner-Collins for her cool accessory line called Shanieism. After deciding to leave her 20+ years of working in Corporate America to pursue her dreams as an entrepreneur, she started to live her life just by doing “epic s***”. [1] […]