2022 Women's History Month Recap
“Amazing things happen when women help other women.” This quote resonates with me so much as I am blessed to have the opportunity to work in an industry that I love with inspiring women. In this blog post, I would like to share some of the latest news of my tireless, dedicated, and girl-boss clients!
This Women’s History month, I had the opportunity to work with ShySpeaks on her latest music video. She is a talented lyricist and American hip hop/spoken word artist from Dallas, Texas. Her new music video “Wings” features the entire DeSoto Eagles Girls Basketball program, highlighting the back to back Champion varsity team. Checkout the press release.
Want to connect with adventurous and like-minded Black women? Outdoorsy Black women is the perfect social network for that! Toyin Ajayi is the founder of OBW. She was born in London, England and raised in Atlanta, Georgia by Nigerian and Ghanian families. She started this community so that women can come together, support each other and enjoy outdoor experiences. It is free to join the community, just go to wwww.outdoorsyblackwomen.com to register. So you don't have to miss out anymore of the amazing things this community has to offer.
Speaking of amazing things Outdoorsy Black Women has to offer, they recently partnered with REI and sold out their first annual “Wine and Waterfalls Weekend” event. It’s an all-inclusive outdoor retreat experience that will take place on Mother’s day weekend (another wonderful holiday that celebrates strong women). This 3-day, 2-night retreat will cultivate community, ignite friendships and provide a safe space for Outdoorsy Black Women to enjoy nature. Learn more about the founder, Toyin Ajayi
Another boss woman I’m proud to represent is Teja Smith, the founder of Get Social, a social media agency that only employs women of color and, is behind some of the biggest social justice non-profits like Rock The Vote and She The People. She has placed both brands as the leading organizations facilitating a successful election in 2020. Her work with foundations and organizations across the country has had an impact on the ongoing pandemic, voting rights, climate justice, and criminal justice reform. She is the only Black woman whose agency specifically looks to move social justice causes forward in the digital space. I’d like to congratulate her because aside from running her own company, she’s expecting a new born in May! That’s a real superwoman.