Meet Danielle Miller, reality TV star of "Basketball Wives: Orlando". We speak with her about the reality of a drama-filled workplace, personal vulnerability and how perceptions aren't always truth.
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We applaud all Black women in corporate, government, non-profits, academia, healthcare and businesses across the country who are making their mark, clocking in and raising profits. But, sometimes being an employee doesn’t work out or you have an idea that you can’t let go. We talk to two women who decided to bet on themselves and go out on their own.Read More
Our color experts spoke and Blue is the color for our first issue of Notable because it communicates trustworthiness, reliability and honesty. It’s also considered the best color to wear when you are looking to get hired or promoted – and we are all about moving up. Stylist Raven DuBois shares a style edit for the color blue.Read More
Music is the window to the soul and it can change your mood in an instant. We know that being inside working while the summer is summertiming can be a drag. Check out our playlist for when you are feeling a “way” and need some finger-snapping to get you through the day.Read More
Trauma often shows up first in our hair, and our stylists can help identify when our stress levels are too high. Stylists can also be a sounding board for venting our issues. Experts are bridging the gap between salon visits and seeking help from a mental health professional.Read More
Human resources has a responsibility to assist in providing a safe work environment for everyone. However, many Black women find that HR fails to offer support and protection when we are mistreated. We connect with Cierra Gross to discuss ways HR needs to evolve.Read More
There’s a difference between what we know and what can be proven in a court of law. Once you determine you are being treated differently because of your race or gender, there are a few pieces you’ll need to prove your case in court. We walk you through them with Attorney, Reginald McKamie.Read More
Black women are publicly vocalizing their workplace experiences that were once conversations had quietly in protected Black spaces. We discuss the importance of talking about the trauma for the sake of our health and to impact the company environments and behaviors that are holding us back.Read More
Starting your own business may require you to step outside of your comfort zone and organize in a new way. Lauren Bell discusses essentials for starting your new business adventure.Read More