We turned a work trip into a dreamy summer vacation at Coronado Island’s Hotel Del Coronado! We stayed in The Views and spent most of our time at the beach or pool. We also scheduled S’mores on the Beach, beach yoga, a San Diego trolley tour, and a surf lesson (that was cancelled due to… Continue reading Summer Vacation: Hotel Del Coronado ☀️
This summer Tacoma Urban League partnered with Big Bus Paddle Sports for a fun paddle boarding lesson!
To face today’s biggest challenges, we’ll need dynamic, collaborative leaders that build bridges to make greater impact. I have a vision of how we can move our communities forward, and with your help, I can get to SXSW 2023 to share it! Action Alert 🚨I’m competing to host a @SXSW 2023 panel on dynamic, Black… Continue reading SXSW: Young, Black Dynamic Leaders on Thriving Community
Patriotism hits different when you get to see what your ancestors built. 👀 This land is your land. This land is my land. #merica #BlackHistoryIsAmericanHistory 🇺🇸 “As I went walking I saw a sign there,And on the sign it said "No Trespassing."But on the other side it didn't say nothing.That side was made for you… Continue reading Family Trip: Washington, D.C.
Debunking Superwoman. The power is not in a cape. The power is in community. https://youtu.be/l8LrEk0BOPI
The co-founders of the Black Future Co-op Fund, Washington’s first cooperative philanthropy created by and for Black people, today announced that they have selected Senator T’wina Nobles to serve as the organization’s first CEO. Nobles is one of the four founding architects, and currently serves as Washington state senator of the 28th Legislative District. ✨… Continue reading Senator T’wina Nobles named as inaugural CEO of Black Future Co-op Fund
Chile, look at God answering all of my prayers. “Girl, you work hard, you dress well, you are responsible, you are educated, you manage your money, you are loyal, you have big plans and beautiful dreams. You are a queen.” And God gets ALL the glory. 📸: Kariba Photography
I spent three days and two nights in Los Angeles County. My hotel was in Redondo, but we ventured to Inglewood/Windsor Hills, Crenshaw, and Downtown LA. This was not my first trip to LA. I used to live in California (Monterey and San Diego) as a child. And I was just in LA last year… Continue reading DTLA+Black Market Flea
Happy National Small Business week! ✨Today I presented at the 7th Annual South Sound Business Summit. Paul Long coordinated a very informative event that was a great value (only $25 for 10 speakers) and packed with important information about business finance, marketing, values, legacy, sales, mindset, and so much more. My talk focused on my… Continue reading Billion Dollar Business Mindset
Imagine walking out of the Capital Building for a quick stop in your Senate office after a brief, Saturday floor debate. You’re strolling through the beautiful Cherry Blossom trees and ask a stranger to snap a quick photo to capture the moment and nature’s elegance. Only it turns out this stranger happens to be a… Continue reading Spring Has Sprung 🌸