We Must Save Ourselves

Today is a pivotal moment in our history. Many of us have called this the most consequential election of our lifetime. We’re not wrong. But here’s the truth: this is so much more than a presidential election. In fact, no matter what happens today, you will wake up on Wednesday morning, and you will still need to be ready to fight the good fight – for justice, for integrity, for a kinder and more compassionate country for all of us. We the people must save ourselves. Read More

Will You Take The
Anti-Racist Small Business Pledge?

I recently attended a virtual event organized by my good friend, Rachel Rodgers: Reimagining Small Business was presented as a town hall to listen, learn and commit to building equitable, anti-racist organizations. There were thousands of small business owners in attendance and we were all asked to sign The Anti-Racist Small Business Pledge, committing ourselves to equity, diversity and inclusion in both our personal and professional lives. Will you take The Anti-Racist Small Business Pledge with me? Read More

You Should Know Her: Nicole àBeckett

Nicole àBeckett is the Co-Founder of SameSide, and is empowering passionate people to make their voices heard through grassroots political action. She has lead tens of thousands of political forces canvassing for issues like protecting Obamacare, women’s pay equality, LGBTQ+ rights, defending DACA and criminal justice reform. Read More

You Should Know Her: Tamika D. Mallory

Tamika D. Mallory is an esteemed social justice leader, advocate, activist and mother. This fiery, outspoken organizer has remained a consistent fixture in the civil rights movement for nearly 20 years, gaining recognition as one of four co-chairs for the Women’s March on Washington. Read More

The Time for Being “Politically
Correct” is Over

I’ve had many women come to me in the last year or two and ask me how I’m comfortable using my business platform to talk about politics. “Aren’t you worried about losing potential clients?” they ask, “What if you offend someone?” I usually answer with a question of my own: “How can I not talk about politics today?” Read More