The Color Vision Founder Mia Davis Educates Us On How Mentorship Can Help Black Women In The Workplace Or As Entrepreneurs

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The Knowledge Is Priceless

The knowledge flow between a mentor and their mentee when the two are serious about having a beneficial dynamic really shouldn’t be underestimated. As of now, Davis mentioned that there are more mentorship opportunities in more traditional or “corporate” settings, such as in finance or law when compared to creative fields.

“We see a lot of mentorship happening for big corporate jobs in finance, law, and so on. It does seem like the ‘creative Black woman’ is often forgotten about, the women that want to write for television or even do celebrity hair on a movie set.”

If you are one of those women hoping are making your way in the creative world but need a mentor, organizations like Davis’ are around to help you gain the information you need from experts within your field.

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