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Lynne Hayes-Freeland is the 2019 Onyx Woman Leadership’s Woman of the Year

For other women to understand the struggle, the trials, tribulations, and the successes mean the world to me, especially women of color. This is not an easy journey, but I am grateful to have other women along with me.

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Award Honoree, Joy Sato, is Evolving with Style

I have built my reputation on the backs of other women who have come before me in terms of faith, values, and a strong work ethic. I’ve always developed friendships with women who were a vital source of information, funding resources, contacts, and comfort. Over the years, I have given many young women who wanted to come into the events industry the opportunity to work at my facility to get the experience, training, and hours they needed to obtain their certification.

2019 Onyx Woman Award Honoree, Esther L. Bush, is a Woman Who Leads

Obstacles are an opportunity to develop new strategies to achieve your goals.

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Award Honoree, Janai Williams Smith, is Building a Family Legacy

FollowShare I am supported by a team of capable women, all from different professional and cultural backgrounds. As a minority-owned and soon to be woman-owned firm, it is important to me to promote the same diversity in my workplace and empower women into leadership roles. I have also had several mentors in my life who […]

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Award Honoree, Shaunda McDill, is Living Her Dreams by Helping Others Pursue Theirs

The support of women has been invaluable in my life. From helping to keep me sane through the transparent sharing of our lived experiences to being nudged toward purpose, women have always been the bedrock. I grew up in a family of very strong women who “pulled no punches,” and I am indebted to them for teaching me to esteem, pursue, and proclaim my truth.

When Someone You Know Struggles With Fear, Anxiety And Stress

FollowShare By: Stanley Popovich What do you do when someone you know has to deal with persistent fears, anxieties, or even depression? Well the first thing you need to do is to get the person to seek the services of a professional who can lead them in the right direction and give them the help […]

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Honoree, LaJuana Fuller, is Making a Positive Difference in the Healthcare of Women

My success can be attributed to the prayers, the encouragement, the inspiration, the guidance, and the time that other women have graciously given me. I have taken that and with every opportunity give the same to other young women.

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Award Honoree, Karen Denton, Has Been Strengthened by the Obstacles that Inspired Her Transformation

I believe obstacles are designed for your growth and to strengthen your faith. Obstacles are not for you, it’s your testimony to share with someone to give them hope and to demonstrate that they have to persevere and trust God.

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Award Honoree, Debra Hickman, Has Climbed Mountains on Her Journey to Reach Her Goals

Eliminate the word obstacles and instead use the word mountains. Keep your “WHY” in front of you. Pray for understanding and guidance. You may need to be still and evaluate the situation. You may need a consultant for additional knowledge in the field so you can put corrective actions in place. Understand that mountains are for your personal development and essential for your success in your life journey.

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Award Honoree, Dr. Kathy Wilson Humphrey, is Determined to Make a Difference

You must decide that you are going to overcome this obstacle; every day is a fresh start. You must be determined that you will not be beaten, even when it looks like you are losing. In times of difficulties, believe that the sum total of your current status does not determine who or what you are going to be.

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Honoree, Dr. Jacqueline D. Wilson, Answered the Call to Help Struggling Families

One of the bravest things I’ve done was returning to school to obtain my Ph.D. at the age of 51. Joining a cohort of individuals the same age as my children, plus being the only person of color in class, initially made me question my sanity for attempting this endeavor. Following my own advice, I pulled ‘I Can Do It’ strength from family and friends, and the memories of those who endured the struggle before me to persevere.

Money Moves: Other People’s Money – How to get Sponsorship and Fund Your Business and Projects

FollowShare Learn How to Attract Sponsorship Funds, Create Profitable Events and Generate Extra Revenues I have close to 30 years in business. Most of my job requires me to seek out sponsorships opportunities from major corporations to finance my business ventures.      Who should participate? If you have a project or event and you are seeking sponsors If […]

2019 Onyx Woman Leadership Award Honoree, Dr. Judith C. Moore, is Dedicated to Saving Our Sisters

I get excited about helping others; specifically women and girls. I wanted to go down other paths, but serving others is my passion.

MANAGING YOUR PERSISTENT FEARS, ANXIETIES, AND STRESSES

Everybody deals with anxiety and depression, however some people have a difficult time in managing it. As a result, here is a brief list of techniques that a person can use to help manage their most persistent fears and every day anxieties.