Growing and Leading in 2019! May 2019 Newsletter Meet our Advisory Council Our goal is to increase the reach and impact of BlackFemaleProject. In order to do this, we must position ourselves for large financial investments by officially launching the organization as a fully operational nonprofit corporation.
In this episode of the BlackFemaleProject podcast K.A. shares reflections from her professional journey. At the center of K.A.’s story are her insights on working in nonprofit versus for-profit settings.
We had a night of inspiration and encouragement from the women who shared stories at the 4th Annual Conversation with Black Teacher Project. Grateful for our ongoing partnership with the Black Teacher Project, we invite you to enjoy the gallery above. #everychilddeservesablackteacher
Our first story release of 2019, "The Stand for Justice," comes from Dr. Nicole Norfles, Black African American; consummate professional; self-described super power-bearing goddess; and free woman living and working in the DC Metro Area.
Fern Stroud, Founder of Black Vines - A Toast to Black Wineries and Diverse Art®, will announce details of the 8th Annual February winemakers event, in addition to making a significant announcement affecting the downtown business community. Black Vines’ website is www.blackvines.net.
PARTNER EVENT: The Black Woman is God Presents an Artist and Academic Talk at Betti Ono Gallery. BlackFemaleProject and The Black Women is God facilitators will lead a discussion about being Black and female at work in the fields of arts and arts education.
Youth development expert, long-time Executive Director of East Oakland Youth Development Center, and BlackFemaleProject supporter Regina Jackson talks about the process of writing her story, the impact it had on her life, and more generally about her powerful career. LISTEN NOW.
In this episode, BlackFemaleProject talks with finance professional and inaugural cohort member Liz Williams about thriving professionally, the impacts of the writing process, and the realities of being a Black woman in leadership in the finance sector. LISTEN NOW.
We had such a good time meeting up in Oakland at Farley’s East. The evening happy hour was part of the coffee shop’s community service project and BlackFemaleProject is the September 2018 NON PROFIT OF THE MONTH. List of resources included in this post.