African American Women Entrepreneurs

QuellyRue Designs – Colorful Reflections Inspire Beautiful Art

By at November 22, 2010 | 12:42 pm | 1 Comments

This week's Black Spotlight is on Racquel Dwomoh! QuellyRue Designs is a collection of handmade crafts, art, and accessories that is full of bohemian flare, whimsical, yet refined and reminiscent of a love for Africa. QuellyRue Designs was born out of a passion for handmade crafts and a vision for extracting beauty from objects that are seemingly ordinary, creating

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Certified Natural Hair Stylist and Mother of Four Girls

By at November 8, 2010 | 9:08 pm | 4 Comments

I have taken notice of more and more beautiful images of little black girls(children) on Facebook, and on the network "Our Natural Kids" ,  and I wanted to find out who was behind them.  Well, I found one of the sources at Ebony's Braidery and Beads. Her name is Jamesha Bazemore, and she has a very informative website that provides everything having to do with

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Sweet Honey Child – Great Gift Products for African American Girls!

By at October 5, 2010 | 9:48 pm | 2 Comments

Website: www.sweet-honey-child.com I have found another great website that carries gift products and accessories for African American girls! It’s called Sweet Honey Child! It is a beautiful website filled with T-shirts, earrings, party invitations,  and much more.  Many of the items have pictures of cute little brown skinned girls of different shades.  Now

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Denise Bethune – Entrepreneur

By at October 22, 2009 | 3:08 am | 1 Comments

Afro Puffs and Ponytails present Denise Bethune, the great-great niece of the extraordinary African American woman leader Mary McLeod Bethune, as our latest entry in the African American Women Entrepreneur category. My name is Denise Bethune (NeCe to my friends and family).  I was born and raised in Whitesboro, New Jersey. I completed my formative years of

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Carolyn Powery – Entrepreneur

By at August 17, 2009 | 8:11 pm | 2 Comments

Carolyn Mercury Powery is the Founder and CEO of The Etiquette Touch Charm School, specializing in Social Etiquette, Business Etiquette, Dining Etiquette, Personal Development and Basic Modeling skills for children, teens and young adults.  She was trained and certified as an Etiquette Consultant with an international organization who’s mission is to instill

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Wanda Thomas – Author & Entrepreneur

By at July 8, 2009 | 7:50 am | 0 Comment

Wanda L. Thomas was born in New York City. Ms. Thomas holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Pre-Medical Studies from the prestigious City University of New York's Baruch College. Presently CEO of her own Medical Transcribing business, Ms. Thomas, who has always had a great love for children, founded JCW Enterprises, Inc., a children's book publishing

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Mutiya Vision – Entrepreneur

By at May 26, 2009 | 11:48 pm | 1 Comments

Mutiya Vision is an extraordinary woman encompassing wife, mother, poet, author, entrepreneur, motivational speaker and workshop facilitator. Writing has always been a crucial component to Mutiya's survival. It has been a best friend to her. Growing up she used writing to work out issues and turn her pain of emotions into poems of inspiration. Mutiya has shown that

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