Grammy Award-winning Singer and Entrepreneur to Visit DFW
The BOSS Network will host the Dallas stop of “Ladies That Lead: An Evening with Michelle Williams,” a multi-city event highlighting influential women of color who can inspire other women by sharing their success strategies.
The well-received event will be held Tuesday, August 23 at Pads at The Aloft Hotel Downtown, 1033 Young St, Dallas, TX 75202, from 6:00pm-9:00pm.
Hosted, by BOSS Founder Cameka Smith, the goal of the “Ladies that Lead” tour is to inspire and empower more women of color to pursue business and entrepreneurial goals through peer conversations and mentor-level interaction. The evening’s keynote speaker is Grammy Award-winning singer and entrepreneur, Michelle Williams, who recently launched her bedding and home-goods line, “Believe at Home”.
“Ladies that Lead” Dallas will honor Cora Jakes Coleman, executive director of children’s ministry at The Potter’s House, a Dallas mega-church with more than 30,000 members. The eldest daughter of Bishop T.D. and Mrs. Serita Jakes, Cora is also a preacher, best-selling author, wife and mother of two.
An additional event feature is a women-in-business panel conversation with:
Michele Meyer-Shipp, VP & Chief Diversity Officer, Prudential Financial, Inc.
Tiffany Fulcher, Mompreneur, CEO & Founder of Momspace
Nikki Woods, CEO, Nikki Woods Media & Chief Publisher of Victoria Street Publishing
Lisa Tenorio, Assistant Vice President of Network Planning at AT&T
Prudential Financial Inc., is partnering with The BOSS Network, along with The Limited and Sage Summit, to host the tour and provide the tools and platforms for more women of color to enter and excel in business. The ticketed event is open to the public ($69.00 for BOSS members and $79.00 for non-members). For more information or to purchase tickets, visit: www.LadiesThatLeadTour.com.
ABOUT THE BOSS NETWORK
BOSS™ is an acronym for “Bringing Out Successful Sisters,” and the Network’s mission is to promote and encourage the small business spirit and career development of women. The BOSS Network is an online community of professional and entrepreneurial women who support each other through conversation, online and event based networking. To find out more about The BOSS Network, please visit www.TheBOSSNetwork.org. The BOSS Network was named as a Forbes’ “Top 10 Career and Entrepreneurial Website for Women.” With over 50,000 women globally subscribed to the mailing list and active members throughout the United States.
ABOUT MICHELLE WILLIAMS
Technically, of course, the Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter needs no introduction: Member of internationally acclaimed female group Destiny’s Child. Hit-making solo singer in her own right. Stage actress (“Aida,” “The Color Purple, “Chicago,” “Fela!”). Mentor starring on the hit Oxygen network series “Fix My Choir.” In 2015 Williams had the opportunity to fulfill another dream by launching “Believe at Home”, a bedding and home-goods line available on EVINE Live.