All Articles Tagged "Jacque Reid"
As African Americans, it’s important that we receive news from people who look like us, and the Black women listed here not only share our experience in America but give it to us straight, no chaser. From their own personal triumphs, to their reputable knack for reporting, and even the creation of million dollar empires, the African American broadcast journalists here not only provide information we can trust, but have set career blueprints that those who come after them can follow with utmost certainty that they too can be successful at all costs. Check out the African American female journalists we salute.
Founded 100 years ago this month, Delta Sigma Theta (ΔΣΘ) is the largest African-American Greek-lettered sorority in the world. It is a sisterhood of more than 300,000 predominantly black college-educated women, and has chapters worldwide — United States, England, Japan (Tokyo and Okinawa), Germany, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, the Bahamas, and the Republic of Korea.
Here’s a look at nine successful African-American women who were — and continue to be — Deltas.
We’ve talked about BET quite a bit over the past week. We discussed why VH1, a network which is owned by BET’s parent company, seems to have all the high-rated programming, while its sister station is on struggle mode. We even asked whether ratchet reality shows were “not good enough” for the network. Who really knows the answer. All we can say for sure is that once Bob Johnson, the creator of the network, sold it to Viacom, things started to take a turn toward terrible, boring or just plain awful. But this wasn’t always the case, there was a time when BET’s shows were quite entertaining. Check out the shows we wish the network would bring back.
Ever since the looks of Spanish sports reporter Ines Sainz put the conduct of the New York Jets under investigation, there’s been a lot of talk over the past few months about what is the proper attire for female journalists to wear. If your face is going to be seen by hundreds if not thousands if not millions of people, or your picture will be featured every month in a magazine, your look has always got to be on point. The key is to remain fashionable and chic (Who wants boring black suits everyday?) without the clothes becoming a distraction. The sistas we have listed here have a style game that is as sick as their pen game.
Check them out!
On Thursday June, 03 2010 top African-Americans from the business world gathered at The New York Times building for the 2010 NV Awards. Every year, NV Magazine salutes leaders and visionaries that demonstrate excellence in their industry. Daymond John, Fubu founder and Jacque Reid, radio personality and star of VH1′s “Let’s Talk About Pep” were the evening’s hosts. The honorees included; Pharrell Williams, Mimi Valdés, D’Wayne Edwards, Richard Dent III, Robert A. Marchman, Johnita Due, Cory Booker and many more. Check out TAP’s flipbook of the 2010 NV Awards.
(MarketWire) — Daymond John, one of the business savvy entrepreneurs on ABC’s “Shark Tank” and the founder of the FUBU fashion line and VH1′s reality show “Let’s Talk About Pep” star Jacque Reid, who is also an award-winning journalist and an on-air personality for the “D.L. Hughley Morning Show” and the “Tom Joyner Morning Show,” will host the NV Awards 2010 salute to urban professionals and entrepreneurs. The lead sponsors for the affair are Jaguar Cars, American Airlines and Moet Hennessy.