The June Issue Is Out!

The June issue is here and it’s our Twentieth Annual Most Admired Woman Issue! It’s packed with powerful stories about these sixteen women from our community whose success, spirit and determination are a beacon of hope and inspiration for the rest of us.  Read up and find out why these women garnered more votes (over 60,000!) than any other group of nominees in this event’s long history. We are honored to celebrate their achievements and share their journeys, but we have more great storytelling in this special issue including: Fighting for Ukraine. Angela Katz, a [...]

By |2022-06-01T15:22:23-04:00June 1, 2022|Digital Exclusives, Featured|

Tour Her Neighborhood: Butchertown

Jaclyn Journey (left) and Amanda Jacobs created Paire — a new hospitality and retail concept. Photo by Kylene White The funky charm of this walkable, historic neighborhood inspired design partners Jaclyn Journey and Amanda Jacobs to create Paire – a new retail and hospitality concept that allows locals to experience life in a different part of their hometown. By Christine Fellingham A stroll through the quaint area on the Eastern edge of downtown that’s known as Butchertown is a journey of discovery. From quirky millinery studios to delicious wine bars and charcuterie shops, this once [...]

By |2022-05-02T15:36:43-04:00May 21, 2022|Home & Garden|

A Heartfelt Mission

When people can come together with the shared goal of improving lives --- and are successful in their efforts --- it is a testament to the power of unity. The Release the Pressure (RTP) Coalition - American Medical Association (AMA), AMA Foundation, American Heart Association, Association of Black Cardiologists, Minority Health Institute and National Medical Association - in collaboration with the Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.® produced the We Derby with Heart brunch last month to help reduce the prevalence of heart disease in Black communities and remind Black women [...]

By |2022-06-03T18:56:00-04:00May 19, 2022|Events|

This Summit Gives Entrepreneurs the Power to Prosper

From left: Chauncey Holloman Pettis, Tawana Bain and Kimberly Seals Allers participated in a roundtable discussion about catalyzing support for Black, brown and Indigenous tech innovators as part of the Concordia Annual Summit held in Lexington, Kentucky. Minority business owners often struggle with securing the funds needed to start companies that will become prosperous, but Concordia – an organization created to address these issues – wants to change the narrative. Written by Karrington Garland | Photo by Jack Weaver  Chauncey Holloman Pettis made entrepreneurship a longstanding part of her life starting at age [...]

By |2022-05-02T15:24:20-04:00May 19, 2022|Community & Sisterhood|
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