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Women Take Over NYC

NEW YORK — The BOSS Network (Bringing Out Successful Sisters), a women’s empowerment alliance dedicated to highlighting, connecting and empowering women globally will be making the next stop on their Inspired by Influencers tour the city that never sleeps - NYC on Wednesday, November 10th. The home for the NY event will be Jay Z’s 40/40 club located at 6 West 25 Street in Manhattan with the program beginning at 7pm.

Following on the heels of amazing events in both DC and Atlanta, New York has a lot to live up to and will definitely do so. Hosted by media personality Egypt and keynoted by none other than Ilyasah Shabazz, author, activist, lecturer and daughter of the late Malcolm X; New York proves to be a highlight on the tour.

BOSS Influencers NY Honorees include: Jacquelyn Aluotto, Filmmaker and human activist; Cathleen Trigg Jones, Owner of Spa Chi; Chioma Valcourt,Celebrity Hairstylist and owner of Next Vanity; Miatta David, Founder of MVD, Inc.; Gabrielle Bernstein, Author, motivational speaker and founder of herfuture.com; Dr. Catrise Austin, Dentist to the Stars; Saideh Browne, Founder & President of The Impact Speakers Bureau; Shakara Bridges, Author of Get Em Girls; Tai Beauchamp, CEO of The BluePrint Group; Carla Gentry Osorio, Celebrity Hairstylist and Co-Owner of Styles New York; Tania Peterson-Chandler, Esq. , Attorney at Law; Michelle Hartgrove, Founder of Restoration Weekend; and Special Honoree, Beverly Bond, Celebrity DJ and Founder & Executive Producer of Black Girls Rock!

The Influencers tour will visit six cities across the United States, with the purpose of highlighting and bridging 10 women per city who have branded themselves as successful influencers among peers and associates in the fields of Business, Entertainment, Health & Wellness, Arts, Sports, Fashion, Education and more. BOSS will recognize each of these women for their magnanimous steps toward individual success, honoring them for their determination and accomplishment in their respective fields.


About The BOSS Network
The BOSS Network was founded by Cameka D. Smith and is a women’s empowerment alliance dedicated to highlighting women and creating opportunities for growth through networking beyond events. In 2010, BOSS was named among the top 100 websites and one of the 10 best career sites for women by Forbes.com.


 


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