Episode 29 features Sable B. She’s returning for the third interview of our three part series connected to our course, Her Career By Intent. Sable B. is the creator of the professional development organization for Women and Girls of Color, Real Brown Girls. The organization promotes a community of women online and in the world who understand the value of supporting other women of color who seek to advance professionally . Over 35,000 Women and Girls of Color are a part of the online community. Sable curates experiences through multiple platforms that caters to women of color looking to grow as a professional and advance in their respective careers. She is on a mission to let women of color know and believe that career advancement is possible. We’re going to continue our conversation from last week and discuss the third and last focus of the Her Career by Intent series, Create Your Promotion. Sable is going to share why it’s time to start telling yourself why you can and start focusing on how you will create the promotion that you want to position yourself for.
Episode 28 features Sable B. returning for the second interview of our three part series connected to our course, Her Career By Intent. Sable B. is the founder of the professional development organization, Real Brown Girls. Through a collaborative and supportive community, Real Brown Girls helps women who trust and believe greatness is in their reach as long as they are willing to put in the the work. Over 35,000 Women and Girls of Color are a part of the online community. Sable is a former high school educator that one day realized that she could build a community outside of her classroom. She left the world of teaching and began conducting career readiness focused workshops. Currently she is a non-profit program director. Sable has had many career pathing takeaways from her sold-out networking events and workshops. We continued the conversation from the previous week and discuss the second focus of the Her Career By Intent series, Career Change Now or Later.
Episode 27 features Sable B. She is the creator of the professional development organization, Real Brown Girls. Over 35,000 Women of Color and Girls of Color are a part of the online community. She has over 10 years of experience and expertise with facilitating healthy and provocative dialogue that conjures up movement. Sable has conducted career readiness focused workshops, networking events and partners with brands. In November of 2017, Sable began Working While Brown, a conversation series to facilitate dialogue important to women of color in their respective fields. She shares why it’s important for each women and girl her organization reaches to create Her Career By Intent.
Episode 26 features Irene Tyndale.She is an Event Planner and Logistical Designer. She is the owner and Chief Event Officer at Irene Tyndale Events. For over 20 years, Irene worked at several hotels as the coordinator and events manager, where she developed a passion for weddings. Always full of the entrepreneurial spirit, in 2012 she founded Irene Tyndale Events and in 2016 she became the owner of Bridal Ball Atlanta. Those closest to her call her “grace under fire.” She always manages well under pressure and pairs calm with a sense of urgency to get things done. Irene is passionate about planning and serving others. Irene shares her journey to maximizing relationships to build an impactful brand that creates cherished memories for families.
Visit Irene’s site to learn more about her event planning services. http://irenetyndale.com
Episode 25 features Jaylene Clark Owens. Jaylene is an AUDELCO and Barrymore Award winning actress, spoken word poet, playwright, producer, and director from Harlem, New York City. She is the Executive Director of Harlem KW Project, LLC. One her greatest honors is being a first place Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater winner for her spoken word poetry and a Super Top Dog Amateur Night Finalist. Her creative love for both performance and writing has led her to being featured in numerous theatrical productions and compete in various poetry slams. Jaylene is going to share how she has created multiple profitable platforms that is connected to her craft.
To learn more about Jaylene’s work, please visit her site at www.jayleneclarkowens.com