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#BlackWomanInMedia Highlight: Creative Writer Samra Seifu

In honor of Women’s History Month in March I want to take this time to highlight women in media who are breaking barriers.  Being a black woman in the media is hard because just like in any career, you have to be the best and look good while doing it all.  This is for all the young ladies making their dreams come true and recognition that they deserve. Samra Seifu Social Media: @heysamra Career: Creative Writer based in NYC Quote that I live by: “When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it…

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#BlackWomanInMedia Highlight: Editor Jade Ashley

In honor of Women’s History Month in March I want to take this time to highlight women in media who are breaking barriers.  Being a black woman in the media is hard because just like in any career, you have to be the best and look good while doing it all.  This is for all the young ladies making their dreams come true and recognition that they deserve. Jade Ashley Social Media: @Jade_Ashley94 Career: Editor at The Shade Room based in New York City Quote that I live by: “No matter what obstacles I face, and no matter how many times I give…

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#BlackWomanInMedia Highlight: Brand Strategist Patrisha Lee

In honor of Women’s History Month in March I want to take this time to highlight women in media who are breaking barriers.  Being a black woman in the media is hard because just like in any career, you have to be the best and look good while doing it all.  This is for all the young ladies making their dreams come true and recognition that they deserve. Patrisha Lee Social Media: @patrishaluxe Career: Brand Strategist based in Indianapolis, IN Quote that I live by: “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” How did you find your passion and when…

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#BlackWomanInMedia Highlight: Reporter Tia Johnson

In honor of Women’s History Month in March I want to take this time to highlight women in media who are breaking barriers.  Being a black woman in the media is hard because just like in any career, you have to be the best and look good while doing it all.  This is for all the young ladies making their dreams come true and recognition that they deserve. Tia Johnson Social Media: @tiajohnsononair Career: MMJ/Reporter in Lufkin, Texas Quote that I live by: I honestly don’t have just one quote I live by. I have so many that encourage me, but…

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Tackle Your New Year with Themes, Not Resolutions

It’s that time of the year where the holidays are poppin’ and you’re reminiscing on your past year to plan for the new year. Looking at my 2017, 10 out of my 12 goals that I wrote down, I’ve accomplished! So I’ve definitely learned that the power of writing your goals down and manifestation. I’ve been over creating a New Year’s Resolution because it’s hard to stick to them, I usually forget, and honestly it’s just boring.  Instead of creating boring New Years Resolutions, make it fun and come up with theme words for the year! My words for 2018…

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