Dr. Sanna Gaspard reminisces over memories of the enriched community and cultivated curiosity she experienced while living in the Caribbean island of St. Lucia as a young girl. During her formative years, the overall culture was focused on sending kids out to explore in between meals, creating a freeform playground to discover the environment around her.
Empathy, kinship and an inclusive community have been part of Penny Lee’s vernacular as a young minster’s daughter, growing up in, Palmer, Alaska. As Penny and her family established themselves in their community, her father would welcome the congregation of all different backgrounds into their home and thrived on a life of a service to others.
“Fearless Leader” and “Soul of a Serial Entrepreneur” are among the many engaging attributes of Black Girl Ventures founder and EnrichHER advocate, Shelly Bell. Needless to say, nobody puts Shelly in the corner.
When interviewing successful change makers, it can often be daunting to navigate through their illustrious career of different professional chapters. Hera Hub Atlanta owner and EnrichHER investor Violet Pearson is no exception to this rule and her story will empower you to chase after your dreams.
For Jen Price, it all started at the young age of five when she anxiously awaited her father’s arrival home from a long day of work. As the afternoon sun began to fade and the front door cracked open with her father’s footsteps, Jen excitedly ran to the fridge and retrieved an ice cold Miller High Life.
Fast paced technology, the insatiable addiction to social media and a lack of in-person human connection have become a stark reality for most Americans. While looking to the future of Atlanta specifically, Jenn Graham created Civic Dinners, tapping into her passion for inclusivity and belonging.
As a personal assistant since the age of 11, Justice Miranda understands the “Jack of all Trades” mentality required to keep her employers happy and empowered to focus on their top priorities. She prides herself in knowing that she was able to alleviate stress and provide freedom and efficiency to her previous employers who consist of small business owners, franchises, and even celebrities.
Dressed impeccably, Ashlee Ammons made her way through a bustling Lincoln Center where she attended a conference hosted by Cosmopolitan Magazine. For weeks she dreamed of meeting beauty industry insiders and building upon her network.
A paradigm of femininity, Melissa’s mother radiated empowerment in her sleek suit and high-heels. While taking in the aesthetics of her mother’s bravado, Melissa realized the physical and mental challenges her mother faced as a businesswoman juggling her many responsibilities on a daily basis.