Janet Rollé, general manager of Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment, was named the executive director and CEO of the American Ballet Theatre, the New York Times reports. She will be the first person of color to lead the institution. In a statement, Rollé pledged to “preserve and extend the legacy of American
Over the past two years, many of us women have gotten super comfortable with relaxing our sense of fashion and choosing to ditch everyday undergarments and #freethenipple. But now as we find ourselves trickling back outside, one fact that will never change is that the right underwear will have you
Making It As an Entrepreneur: Lauren Messiah, of EO OneWorld, Shares What It Takes to Be Successful in Your Million Dollar Journey
According to the most recent available Census data, 852,000 Black Americans working in the U.S. are self-employed. With 2021 being dubbed the “Great Resignation,” employees are looking inward, shifting priorities, and pursuing their passions. Looking ahead, entrepreneurship is likely to be the hottest career move. However, running your own company can be a daunting
Career File: Meet John “JP” Petty, Ad Agency Wieden+Kennedy’s First Black Executive Creative Director
When John “JP” Petty was younger, he had elevated music biz goals. He embraced the dreams of many ambitious young men with a passion for hip hop of becoming the next Sean “P-Diddy” Combs or Jay-Z. “I didn’t know advertising was a thing, especially for people like myself,” says Petty.
Angela Yee is the definition of booked, busy and blessed. The Brooklyn-based radio personality hosts one of the nation’s hottest morning shows and still finds time for philanthropy, public partnerships, real estate investments, multiple businesses, and a book club. Earlier this year the multipreneur added a new title to her