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Q & A: ‘Life has taught me strength. With its ups and downs, I have found profound strength in pushing through.’ – Jessica Rosado

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Jessica’s passion for music, dance, and theater has kept her driven for success. While living in Virginia, she belonged to the Fairfax Choral Society and performed dramatic and comedic plays in church starting at the age of seven. She belonged to three different choirs, Heritage Choral Large and Small Ensembles, and competed in singing solos […]

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Q & A: ‘The journey I’ve been on is a gift. I want to give thanks by giving back.’ – Makini Smith

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Makini Smith is an international author/speaker/mentor to women and young girls. She helps educate and empower women to cultivate their courage through faith, to overcome adversities so they can live the lives they desire. With a variety of accolades related to her philanthropic work, from being voted as one of ‘100 Black Women to Watch […]

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Q & A: Rhoda Ebun – I’d like to be remembered for being consistent, being resilient, having integrity & being purposeful.

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Rhoda Ebun is the Lead Fashion & Brand Consultant of Roses & Thorns Fashion Company (RTFCompany); a fashion and style consulting company based in Lagos, Nigeria. She is spontaneous and not afraid to take risks especially when it comes to what she believes in.Rhoda best describes her personality type as “ambivert” (neither extrovert & introvert); […]

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Q & A: Chinedu Ahanonu ”With a sprinkle of passion and a drop of determination, a crafty hobby could blossom into a lucrative business venture.”.

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Chinedu Ahanonu is a satire-loving, DIY sewing enthusiast based in Lagos, Nigeria who believes in the power of grace and self-validation. Chinedu works as an Investment Analyst by day, a blogger by night and a DIY sewist at the weekend.  She enjoys reading and writing particularly because words can take one on a journey of diverse experiences […]

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Q & A: Lolia Deal-Oligbo ”The thought of not making good use of my talents and skills makes me cringe”.

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Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice literally describes the personality that is Lolia Deal-Oligbo – a Nigerian-American lawyer turned entrepreneur. Lolia’s Organic Skincare entrepreneurial journey officially started with the birth of her daughter Eleanor and today, she is managing a flourishing business. The thought of not making good use of my talents and skills makes me cringe and is possibly the […]