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Love this office chic look from redlipsco! #PowerLooks

Singers Rita Ora and Cassie Ventura share smiles at the 8th Annual Paper Magazine Nightlife Awards.

Singers Rita Ora and Cassie Ventura share smiles at the 8th Annual Paper Magazine Nightlife Awards.

"Most of us are trained, especially women of color, on how to be great managers. We can manage from sun up to sun down, but no one teaches us how to lead."

~Marjorie Perry, from From Pumps To Timbs: Construction Entrepreneur Talks 7 Steps To Power Positioning For Women

http://www.BlackEnterprise.com Black Enterprise captures poet Shanelle Gabrielle at the 2012 Women of Power Summit Poetry Jam. The poetess says the same thing that made her weak made her stronger; see how she prevailed.

http://www.BlackEnterprise.com Black Enterprise talks to Debra Langford about networking at the 2012 Women of Power Summit, with correspondent Tai Beauchamp. She talks how to build a strong network.

Women’s history maker Regina Brooks is on The Urban Business Roundtable this week! She founded Serendipity Literary Agency in Brooklyn, one of the top 25 literary agencies in the country! Read more about her, in UBR Spotlight: Womens History Maker Regina Brooks

Women’s history maker Regina Brooks is on The Urban Business Roundtable this week! She founded Serendipity Literary Agency in Brooklyn, one of the top 25 literary agencies in the country! Read more about her, in UBR Spotlight: Womens History Maker Regina Brooks

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"Africa, Tech & Women: The New Faces of Development" Panel at SXSW Interactive
Panelists TMS Ruge and Liz Ngonzi discuss the role of women in Africa’s tech space on Monday, March 12th. The Western world’s view of Africa as a continent of poor, uneducated women in villages with no access to technology is outdated.
From SXSW 2012: Women Influencing Africa’s Tech Scene

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"Africa, Tech & Women: The New Faces of Development" Panel at SXSW Interactive

Panelists TMS Ruge and Liz Ngonzi discuss the role of women in Africa’s tech space on Monday, March 12th. The Western world’s view of Africa as a continent of poor, uneducated women in villages with no access to technology is outdated.

From SXSW 2012: Women Influencing Africa’s Tech Scene


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Founder of Tech by Superwomen Cathryn Posey and panelists explore the keys to fostering a successful and worthwhile mentorship experience.
From SXSW 2012: 13 Things Superwomen Need To Know About Mentorship

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Founder of Tech by Superwomen Cathryn Posey and panelists explore the keys to fostering a successful and worthwhile mentorship experience.

From SXSW 2012: 13 Things Superwomen Need To Know About Mentorship

International-bound? There are 5 ways you can make the move seamless, lucrative and fun!
From International Pursuits: 5 Tips For Transitioning Into A Global Job

International-bound? There are 5 ways you can make the move seamless, lucrative and fun!

From International Pursuits: 5 Tips For Transitioning Into A Global Job

International Women’s Day was full of buzz on powerful, motivated women making a difference around the world, like Tricia-Noel Burke, who took her love of Journalism to the United Kingdom! 
From International Women’s Day: How One Woman Found Career Fulfillment Abroad
International Women’s Day was full of buzz on powerful, motivated women making a difference around the world, like Tricia-Noel Burke, who took her love of Journalism to the United Kingdom!
From International Women’s Day: How One Woman Found Career Fulfillment Abroad

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