Werking Women Project Celebrates Minority Women in Business

Werking Women consist of dynamic women displaying their professional skill set and fierce personalities across the Cincinnati Tri-State Area. Through an extensive application/selection process, we have chosen the top Women that we feel have represented themselves and their communities while aligning with the mission of the Morgan A. Owens brand and The Cincinnati Herald. The honor to have read and selected the many stories and backgrounds of women whom have flawlessly demonstrated poise and passion through their corporate careers, entrepreneurial goals, education, and commitment to serving others has been a humbling journey.

“I wanted a platform where women who looked like me could be celebrated. When I put out the call via social media last year, we had over 200 women apply. I was overwhelmed not only by the response but how many talented women of color we have in the region. I hope this project inspires others but also draws more attention and support for these women.”

Over 100 Women will be highlighted over the next several weeks.
These women include:

  • Salimah Abdul-Hakim
  • Chandi Allen-Bozeman
  • Luciana Andrews
  • Tracey Artis
  • Khisha Asubuhi
  • Philecia Avery
  • Keeyana Avery
  • Athena Bentley
  • Cheryl Bobo
  • Kim Bolden
  • Terri M. Bolds
  • Veronica Bowden
  • Trina Bradley
  • Tiffany Michelle Brown
  • Katrina Brown
  • Sylvia Brownlee
  • Dalkesha Bryant
  • MeShawna Caffie
  • Chrystiana Carter
  • Simone Charles
  • Tomica Chitterson
  • Christina Christian
  • Karen Clemons
  • Ailleen Cobbs
  • Tolandra Coleman
  • Ashlee Cook
  • Jehan Daugherty
  • Briana Davis
  • Christina Davis
  • Danielle DeLaine
  • Sharima Diaz
  • Shauntel Dobbins
  • Yolanda Dublin
  • Ashley Dugar
  • Kyle Durham
  • Gabrielle Embry
  • Tonnisha J. English
  • Dara Fairman
  • Karhma Foster
  • Carmen Gaines
  • LeKeisha Grant
  • Deanna Gray
  • Candace Green
  • Tammi Griffin
  • Nakkiya Groomes
  • Dr. Angelica Hardee
  • Shana Harris
  • Ewaniki Moore Hawkins
  • Adrienne Hilton
  • Janelle Hocker
  • Deanna Hoskins
  • Kimberly Huckleby
  • Amy Hull
  • Brandy Jackson
  • Leronda Jackson
  • Eron Johnson
  • Shanequa Johnson
  • Marion Y. Johnson
  • Lauren Elyse Jones
  • Jan-Michele Lemon Kearney
  • Taren Kinebrew
  • Jenise Lee
  • Ashley Lewis
  • Ashleigh Marable
  • Lea Marie
  • Adoria Maxberry
  • Nicole Mayes
  • Veronica McCall
  • Lisa McDaniel
  • Sabrina McGill
  • Catrina Mills
  • Dr. Kareem Moffett
  • Sonya Moore
  • Alexandria Morton-Green
  • Tara Jean Mosley
  • Deena Nurredin
  • Vee Mitchell- Palmer
  • Aisha Patterson
  • Tia Patterson
  • Tracey Piphus
  • Kelli Prather
  • Tiffani Ray
  • Dr. Heather Rice
  • Alicia Rogers
  • Adrienne Ruff
  • Latresha Scott
  • Shelonda Sealey
  • Stephani Shepherd-Syfax
  • Anisa Shomo
  • Sheilakai Simmons
  • Sherry Sims
  • Lydia Sites
  • Lisa Smith
  • Emerald Sparks
  • Keianna Springer
  • Etta Stanford
  • Karena Stewart
  • Kimberley Stewart
  • Cameo Stewart
  • Sakinah Stewart
  • Tracy Stokes
  • Stevie Swain
  • Michelle Sweat
  • Corrine Taylor
  • Rosemary Thompson
  • Dawn W. Thompson
  • Kiana Trabue
  • Crystal Turner
  • Amber Twitty
  • Mariette Wade
  • Andrea Waite
  • Shainna Ward
  • Tammy Westmoreland
  • Courtney White
  • Jimina Whittle
  • Tiffany Williams
  • Tywauna Wilson
  • Mary Wineberg
  • Laura Wize
  • Ebony Wynn

Interested in taking part of the Werking Women Project for 2019? Make sure you are following Morgan A Owens and The Cincinnati Herald on Facebook and Instagram. (Morgan A Owens Brand, @miss_morgan86; The Cincinnati Herald, @cinciherald)

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