Empowerment / LibHeration
Keeping Up With MEE
Having the pleasure of working in Higher Education comes with a variety of experiences. At any given moment, I could be embracing a student in need, speaking at an event, trying to do the shoot challenge or preparing for class. While trying to get some nourishment in residential dining, I looked up and the TV was showing a popular realty show...Read More
Will What You Want!
In this day and age of the Female…there are finally many companies and organizations that are embracing the power of Women and Girls! Specific companies like Always, Cardstore, Microsoft and Under Armour have put their money where their mouths are. With the explosion of empowering marketing campaigns, commercials and billboards that highlight the value and strength of females around the world...Read More
Webster’s dictionary has several definitions for the word private. However, the definition “personal and not publicly expressed” resonates with me. I remember growing up with my two sisters as we were raised by our mother. She would often say “you can always tell a class act when you see one, as she doesn’t need to wear her accomplishments on her sleeve.” It wasn’t until I became older that her comment made sense...Read More
What's In A Name?
What’s in a name? So, after my last blog I had a good friend call and asked. Why did your mother name you Tamara? Instantly, a huge smile came before me. First, writing about myself is extremely difficult. Then, when writing at this level one rarely knows if their voice is being appreciated. T.B., I sincerely thank you for asking the question...Read More
It is evident that celebrating women only during the month of March isn’t enough as there is no way anyone or anything can capture all the wonderful, life changing and impactful things done by women in just one month. I find great pleasure in...Read More
Mrs. Kearney was her name. She stood less than 5 feet tall, but was one of the most powerful teachers at school 80. She was one of four African-American female teachers I had the pleasure of being connected to while in primary school. I think she was my 6th grade teacher. She could often be found carrying a yard stick. Which ironically, was almost as tall as her petite stature...Read More
3 Reasons Why You should go ahead and Jump!
Most Americans aren’t living the best lives. We walk around on auto-pilot moving in and out of work spaces that leave us wanting more. Drained at the end of a work week and desperately wishing for the weekend. Where we self-medicate with the normal celebrations of going to the club...Read More
10 Things I wish I knew before starting my business
There are several things I wish I knew before starting my business. However, I have listed the top 10 and went a step further by breaking them into three different categories. It’s my hope that these 10 touch points offer a deeper awareness.Read More