Reese Evans gave us an hour of her time to discuss how she learned to stand out and stand apart, how she stopped caring what naysayers think, what she thinks entrepreneurs and creatives could do to follow her path and so much more. That's when Yes Supply was born. In just a little over a year, Yes Supply has grown tremendously. With more than 16,600 followers on Instagram and a dedicated community of ambitious female creatives and entrepreneurs in her Yes Supply Collective, it's hard to believe that Reese just started.Read More
At eight years old, Joyce lost her mother to breast cancer. She also had to deal with losing a new step-mother in the same year as she lost her mother, and a father by whom she didn’t feel loved. Joyce tells us how these things pushed her towards Christ.
We interviewed Joyce in 2016 and we were recently able to check in with her. Today she is thousands of miles away from home in Antigua at AUA, a Caribbean medical school.
When she graduated college, she entered a deep depression. But beauty and purpose is often birthed in our most difficult moments. Find out how Kreasha used her experiences to create her platform, Wantabes, for teen girls discovering who they are and who they want to be.Read More
June 2, 2017 is a special day for Mena Darre. That’s the day she plans to take the leap and quit her day job to focus full-time on working in her passions. “No matter how busy I get, I squeeze in time for what's important.” Teaching at an all-girls charter school, Mena has learned the importance of setting a strong example for young women. Continue reading to find out how she balances all of her ambitions.Read More
As a Corporate Accountant, Sharon had a deep passion for more. She knew that life had more to offer her than the routine, tiresome life that she was living. And so, after two years of side hustling, Sharon quit her job and decided to walk the narrow path of full-time entrepreneurship. Had she not made this bold decision, Womeneur who not be able to inspire the more than 80,000 followers it impacts on Instagram a day. But Sharon isn’t just the founder of Womeneur, she also the CEO of another business, a motivational speaker and an author of her first book set to be released soon. How does she do it all? Dive into our interview to find out.Read More
The upbringing of moving around taught Jordan to be super flexible and adaptable to new situations. In her role as an entrepreneur – owner and operator of The Kolada Group, Jordan gets to use the skills learned in her upbringing to organize and simplify the lives of her clients. Jordan recently shared with Pink Productions memories from her childhood, her influences in her journey as an entrepreneur and tips for business owners looking to gain more time in their busy schedules. Hang on, there is a lot shared that will benefit entrepreneurs, influencers, and anyone that can't get everything done in the short 24 hours of the day.Read More
Retail has a special place in Geneva Ripton’s heart. She likes to say she didn’t chose retail, retail chose her and she willingly accepted. For the past 10 years, since Geneva graduated highschool in 2007, Geneva has been immersed in the retail industry.I would argue that her love for fashion started with her frequent weekend shopping trips with her mom. Regardless of when it began, Geneva has used her creativity to create a brand and business that helps other like minds build a retail brand and strategy they love.Read More
Growing up did you ever have that one friend who loved to find any reason to do your nails? Or, who always found a way to make you feel beautiful, just because? Well for many, that friend was Nicole. She’s always had a natural ability to pamper and cater to others. Today, she’s turned her passion for beauty and makeup into a business in Atlanta, Georgia. Nicole caters to clients in such a way that they leave feeling not just beautiful, but confident, anytime they leave her lounge. She took some time to tell us how she does it all and she also shares a few simple skin care tips that you can easily implement into your beauty routine.Read More
Entrepreneurship gave Porsche Williams the freedom to live the life she has always dreamed of, while being a mom, wife, daughter, sister and friend. She credits her decision to become an entrepreneur to watching her parents not fulfill their dreams and follow their individual passions. In wanting to give her son the example to know that there are more ways to success, Porsche created The Prototype Lifestyle Agency.Read More
Waking up, checking Forbes and seeing your name on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list? Now that’s a dream. But for Samanah Duran, founder of Critics Clothing, it’s a dream come true. Samanah was recently recognized on Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe’s Retail & E-commerce list for her brand Critics Clothing. Critics Clothing is a luxury streetwear brand that Samanah started just 5 years ago, in 2012. Samanah created her brand for people who want to take pride in their identity. Find out how Samanah reacted when she found out she made it on the list, what advice she has for women who want to follow in her footsteps and why she started her new platform, #BEYOUROWN.Read More
Growing up in a Nigerian household comes with a ton of responsibility. Out of love, Nigerian parents push their children to pursue roles that guarantee income and job security. Becoming a nurse, doctor, lawyer or engineer is common amongst first generation Nigerian-Americans. And, it’s sort of required. So, when Mofe realized that she was not cut out to be follow the normal path laid out of her, it created an internal dilemma within her. Dive into our interview with our Marketing Director to find out how she decided to choose her own destiny and so much more.Read More