dana e. fitchett has worked in schools and in education- and social justice-focused not-for-profits for the past 12 years with roles ranging from direct classroom work and family organizing to event management and marketing and communications.
Ayanna is a 5th-generation Bay Area native, mother, wife, friend, mentor, leader, former nomad, and BlackFemaleProject member supporter. As a Human Resource executive, Ayanna is highly in tune with the circumstances Black women often encounter in the workplace.
When April Fenall first crossed paths with BlackFemaleProject Founder Precious J. Stroud, she was a business owner in the process of learning how to tell her own story in a compelling way; connecting to our storytelling project was timely and serendipitous. “I was excited to be a part of a project that focused on empowering and creating a space for Black women to have a voice,” April shares.
June 2019 Newsletter - Member Spotlight, Events & More!
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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.
In this episode of the BlackFemaleProject podcast, Precious Stroud interviews Dr. Tameka McGlawn, whose professional expertise is in public education systems work.
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
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.
In this episode of our podcast, inaugural cohort member Ché Abram sits down with BlackFemaleProject collection editor Dana E. Fitchett to share her responses.
Multi-faceted Black female professional Gail Fuller sits down with BlackFemaleProject to discuss trends in Black women’s career experiences across multiple industries. Gail shares candidly about her journey and the wisdom that’s come as a result. LISTEN NOW.
Typically costing $3,995 for two days, BlackFemaleProject is excited to offer the workshop based on the New York Times and Washington Post best seller, Crucial Conversations. The workshop teaches skills for communicating when the stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong.