Author Archives: Rhonda Campbell

Alvina Alston’s More Media Gets Attention-Grabbing Media Exposure for Celebrities and Businesses

Once she started working for herself, things really took off.

Amanda Ebokosia’s Gem Project Offers Youth an Empowering Voice and a Mentor For Excellence

Amanda Ebokosia started The Gem Project when she was 19 years old. Now she’s helping youth in our communities hone their leadership abilities.

Mom and Entrepreneur Joanna Davis Manages a Successful Restaurant While Caring for Nine (Yes, Nine) Children

Besides a thriving business and a big family, Davis also stays connected to St. Louis through her donations.

Historic Innovators: 9 Great African-American Women Inventors

These nine women, and their inventions, continue to make an impact.

A Worthy Tribute: Foster Farewell Photography Specializes in Celebrating Life’s Final Journey

Laid off from her job, Sonja Foster used her experience to launch a business specializing in funeral photography and video. This growing trend is giving many comfort as they say good-bye to loved ones.

Small Business Spotlight: Ella Curry’s EDC Creations Positions Authors for Bestseller Status

With a focus on positive messages and educational quality, Ella Curry wants to bring choice black lit to readers.

Getting It Together: Janet Taylor’s Organization Talents Save Busy Executives Time and Money

We learn more about her business and the value of running an organized operation.

Glamorous Gastronomy: Nadine Spencer Relishes in the Decadent World of Gourmet Food

With her business The Indulgent Foodie, Nadine Spencer offers everything from champagne to dessert, tapping female entrepreneurs for their delicious goods.

Think Long and Hard: Taking the First Steps Towards Changing Your Profession

Changing careers after giving the situation a lot of thought could help workers avoid employment gaps and the frustration of starting new jobs they don’t like.

Angela Samuels’ Fashion Line, Voluptuous, Celebrates Full-Figured Women

MEET Angela Samuels:  Blending lessons she learned as a fashion model and as a youth counselor, Angela Samuels launched her company, Voluptuous Clothing, in 1998. She was only 23 years old. After working in the “thin-crazed” modeling industry, Samuels wanted to design clothes that would help full-figured women feel good about themselves. Her stores are […]