At Their Peaks: Top African-American Women CEOs

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Tracey Edmonds

Tracey Edmonds has proven there is room in Hollywood for black women. She is the President and CEO of Edmonds Entertainment, a multi-million dollar company that produced the critically acclaimed hit film Soul Food and the groundbreaking reality show College Hill, the first African American reality program on BET. The former Mrs. “Babyface” also is COO of Robert Johnson’s Our Stories Films which was the first African American owned film studio. Last year the company produced “Jumping the Broom.”

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