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🎉 I’m thrilled to announce the Black Woman CEO®️ Podcast hit over 30,000 downloads and listens.
I started this show to be nosey. #Realtalk
I reached my 2nd year in business and desired to know more about the behind the scenes lives of my mentors and peers (highly successful Black women entrepreneurs).
‘Cause I was struggling, ha!
I wanted to learn how they balanced life and family as well as uncover their secrets on self-care and staying focused.
I figured I wouldn’t be totally selfish 😉… and decided to build a platform where we all could benefit from their wisdom.
Elevating the voices and visibility of Black women entrepreneurs.
Our interviews are raw & real.
We go deeply into our guests’ journeys and life lessons.
It’s not uncommon for a guest to remark, “Wow, I never shared this with anyone.”
Truly, there’s nothing like it online. 😊
I’m excited for what’s to come.
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Quanisha Green, MSS is the Founder & CEO of the Black Woman CEO, a global hub that has served over 20,000 women since its launch in July 2015. Black Woman CEO provides high impact and culturally relevant programs for highly educated & talented Black women who are ready to get known and paid well for their unique expertise. Amazon Web Services named Black Woman CEO “Most Promising Startup” in 2019. As an international leadership trainer and consultant, Quanisha earned a Master’s degree in Social Work and certifications in Organizational Behavior & Management as well as Master & Corporate Life Coaching. Quanisha has trained and consulted for the U.S. Department of State, the University of Pennsylvania, the PowerNetworking Conference, and Rosetta Thurman of Happy Black Woman- to name a few.