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E12-Make Sense of Making Money Online with LaShanda Henry

LaShanda Henry, Founder of Sistasense, is a pioneer in creating a space for Black women in the digital world. She has been mentoring start-up women entrepreneurs for over 17 years with learning how to make sense of making money online. Also, she’s the event creator for one of the most powerful conferences for women entrepreneurs: The Back to Business Virtual Conference. Her mission is to inspire others to actualize their personal dreams and business goals through the use of technology. In...


E11-5 Insights from Starting Over

Welcome to Season 2! In this Black Woman CEO episode, Quanisha shares 5 insights she learned recovering from a breakdown...oops, typo- a Spiritual Awakening. You'll learn: :: How to eradicate limiting beliefs :: The importance of daily mindset work for business and life success :: The power authenticity plays in increasing confidence and attracting clients. Quanisha also shares what's to come for the Black Woman CEO Podcast. For full show notes visit:...


E10-Profit & Power: Remember Who You Are

In this episode, we launch our Black Woman CEO "Profit & Power" tips. Today, I share how to Remember Who You Are! Episode brought to you by the Get Known Business Bootcamp (Learn


E09-Be.Lead.Grow. with Dr. Angela M. Shuttlesworth

In this episode, we’re hearing from Dr. Angela M. Shuttlesworth. A Social Worker by training and most of all heart, Dr. Angela M. Shuttlesworth has served in the capacities of Counselor, Utilization Management Coordinator, Educator, Trainer, Auditor and Director of Organizational Development for the District of Columbia’s Department of Behavioral Health. Dr. Angela’s unique combination of expertise, research, and experience produce a perspective like none other! She is a strategist with...


E08-Step into Your Confidence with Dr. Christi Monk

In this episode, Dr. Christi Monk- Founder of Women with Beauty, Brains, & Boundaries, The Workplace Leadership Institute and The Confidence Suite- shares her personal journey and gives her success strategies for owning who you are. In this episode, you'll learn: How shrinking and “people pleasing” compromised her self-esteem and cost her two jobs.How your current friend's circle may be holding you back.Explains why she identifies Clarity as the #1 must-have for entrepreneurial...


E07-5 Essential Steps to Get Known & Paid for Your Expertise with Quanisha Green

This episode is brought to you by "Get Known" Summer Business Bootcamp, a 3-day LIVE Virtual Intensive. Learn 5 essential steps to get known & paid for your expertise so that you can elevate your visibility and value: Two crucial mindsets you must adopt to show up and show out.The importance of Clarity.The reasons you want to establish your thought leadership (and a few ways to so do).The components of attracting, engaging and nurturing a community.An outline of what's required for paid...


E06-Self-care & Success with Tara Pringle Jefferson

Tara Pringle Jefferson is a writer, speaker, and self-care coach. She is the founder of Bloom Beautifully, a self-care subscription service that gives women bimonthly care packages alongside a community of support. With this business, Tara teaches women that the best way to achieve their goals is to first pour into themselves. She also hosts workshops on stress reduction, time management, and personal development. Her Strength & Super Power: “I have the ability to look at people and see...


E05-{Bonus} Kim Coles & Quanisha Green share 3 Key Ways Your Story Matters for Business Success

Do you know that your story matters greatly to your business? In launching our podcast, I didn't fully share my story and what motivated me to start my business. In place of a solo episode, I'm releasing this exclusive training I co-led with Actress, Comedian, and Storytelling Expert Kim Coles on how to share your story for business success. During the training, we lead by example and demonstrate how to tell a story that matters. In this episode, we'll answer some common questions and...


E04-Unleash Your Fierce with Taria Pritchett

Taria Pritchett is one of the first CEO Sisters I connected with on my journey. A millennial empowerment powerhouse, Taria is a confidence coach for women who want to get their $hit together by owning their worth, attracting the right men, and stepping into their purpose. Selected as one of Delaware's Top 40 under 40 and recently featured in the Huffington Post, she is on a mission to empower women to ditch "bootleg happiness" in favor of becoming their most authentic, happy, FIERCE, and...


E03-Becoming a Legacy Builder with Shayla Boyd-Gill

From bankruptcy to multiple six-figure earner, Shayla Boyd-Gill, the Money Freedom Architect, is an EXTRAORDINARY and PROVEN business coach who shows family centered women entrepreneurs how to have it all – family, freedom and affluence – while doing what they love. Discover how she juggles being an entrepreneur with being a wife of 20 years, and mom of six homeschooled children. In today's show, Shayla shares some key success strategies. You'll learn: How Community, Mentorship &...


E02-Becoming the CEO of Your Life with Dr. Monikah Ogando

I'm excited to present our featured Black Woman CEO Expert and my mentor & coach, Dr. Monikah Ogando. Ranked in the Inc 500 list of fastest growing private companies, Dr.Monikah Ogando has created a dynamic business coaching and leadership development firm. She is an Executive Leadership Coach, Business Mentor, and Consultant, currently working with Women Leaders building dynamic purpose-driven companies and larger progressive values-based organizations on a mission to create change in...


E01-Welcome to the Black Woman CEO Podcast with Quanisha Green, MSS

This is Quanisha Green, the founder of the Black Women Rise Movement. I am so excited that we are launching our Black Woman CEO podcast. As the Black Woman CEO Coach, I am starting this podcast because I want to bring to a new stage the successes and insights of Black women CEOs. Yes, we're going to have those who have run Inc. 500 companies, but we're also going to have the everyday sisters who are generating five to six figures, getting paid, doing what they love, sharing their genius...