Last Wednesday, I introduced five Black women entrepreneurs who’re making strides in education, fashion, health & wellness, HR and fashion design. This week, I’m thrilled to highlight five more Black women entrepreneurs. These women are remarkable and they each deserve to be recognized and supported.
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1. Cortnie Elizabeth, Fashion Design | Miami based handbag designer, Cortnie Elizabeth, founded Love, Cortnie in 2011. I’ve been a loyal customer for seven years and my Love, Cortnie clutches are still some of my favorite handbags. Cortnie’s beautifully designed clutches, bucket bags, and accessories are extremely durable, and each item truly makes a statement. If you’re in the market for a new handbag, visit the Love, Cortnie site HERE.
2. Africa Miranda, Beauty & Lifestyle | I’m constantly inspired by Africa Miranda’s growth as an entrepreneur. She has created a lane for herself and continues to thrive and flourish every step of the way. I’m currently reading her book, Step Up, Step Out, And Shine. The pages are filled with relatable anecdotes, as well as realistic pointers on how to become your best self. I’ve also used the Facial Elixer from her beauty product line, Beauty by Africa Miranda. The Luminous Body Mist is currently one of my daily beauty must-haves. To purchase the book or one of her effective beauty products, click HERE!
3. Letricia Loftin, Speaker & Emcee | From her infectious smile and personality to her incredible way with words, Letrica Loftin is one of my favorite Black woman entrepreneurs to support! I’ve had the pleasure of working with this vivacious, God-led Baltimore native on numerous occasions. Trust me when I say, her emcee and hosting skills are unmatched. If you’re ever in need of an emcee for an event, book Letricia! Find out more about her offerings and services HERE!
4. NeShanta Davis, Fashion & Lifestyle | This Atlanta based “Dopeness Innovator” and “Fashion Therapist” has made a name for herself as a trusted Fashion and Lifestyle Influencer. Having developed a genuine connection with this uber talented and extremely driven entrepreneur, I can say without a doubt NeShanta is one of the most creative and hardest working women I know. When she’s not styling and influencing, you can find her in the kitchen making healthy, homecooked meals for her catering company, For Lunch Tomorrow. Find out more information about NeShanta’s services HERE.
5. Alisha Robertson, Entrepreneurship | Authenticity, and tenacity. Those are two qualities I admire most about Raliegh, North Carolina based entrepreneur, Alisha Robinson. Alisha founded an eCommerce and digital media company, Living Over Existing (LOE), specifically for creative women who desire to live their lives and create their business on purpose. With over 50+ episodes, the LOE podcast has quickly become one of my go-to resources for entrepreneurial tips and encouragement. I’m working on completing the LOE Art of Podcasting Masterclass and plan to read Alisha’s book, Living Over Existing, this spring. For a more in-depth look at what Alisha has to offer through LOE, visit her website HERE!
So, how can you support these Black women entrepreneurs? Below are five simple ways:
- Join their online communities (i.e. social media, newsletter, mailing list, etc.)
- Purchase an item/or one of their services
- Gift one of their items/or services to someone
- Share their information with at least ONE person you know
- Share this post with your online community (i.e. social media, newsletter, link back to post, email, etc.)
Who some of your favorite Black women entrepreneurs? Let me know below!
Until next time, be blessed, stay safe, and take care of yourself. Talk soon!
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