Beyond creating a business, these women have made it possible to live in NYC and seamlessly execute a brand that is nothing less than #BlackGirlMagic. Beyond the meetings, the events, the photo shoots, etc…there’s friendship, and we are so grateful for that.
Being able to grow up in a suburban area as a black woman, Court was able to be well versed in all sector of life when she entered the adult world. Just at the age of 6 years old, Court got her first exposure to media by watching Oprah on daytime TV with her mother.
The public relations industry can be very tough: it’s full of tight deadlines and is consistently ranked as one of the most stressful industries. However, like in any profession, there are some who make the tough parts look easy. New York City-based PR professional Fatou Barry is one of those people.
Every week, Kiki and her co-host Medinah Monroe give uncensored accounts about sex, dating, their relationships and more. Although both are in different stages of their love lives, the podcast is successful because it’s full of relatable content.
Calah Jones is an entrepreneur who decided creating things was what she wanted to wake up and do. She has created a community for women with room to be vulnerable and honest. With the help of her partner, boyfriend, and creative director, Tre Coleman, they have created clothing designs and products for women.