Black Wall Street RANDALLSTOWN: Features Panel Discussions, Black Capitol Awards
Honorees include Mr. Teddy Coates, Newest Member of Poly Foundation Board
It is with great pride, honor, and respect that Bmorenews and family recognize Mr. Teddy Coates, an active member and leader in the Greater Baltimore Community. He is an asset who continually engages his community with meaningful interaction.
From being president of Black Professional Men to leading the Poly All-Class Reunion, he has consistently been about the business of bringing his community together for the betterment. Read in Full >>
BMORENEWS' 10th Anniversary to feature Black Capitol Awards to Deserving Honorees
Congratulations to Sarita Murray, Sarah Hemminger, Tashea Brodgins, Erica Alston, Simone Baptiste, Sonya Lowery, Layna Berrier, Shelley Payne-Cooke, Coretta Johnson Gray, Delegate Barabara Robinson, Alison Velez Lane, Jackie Thompson, and Renee Allen.
To get your tickets BEFORE the Dec. 1st Early Registration DEADLINE, visit www.bmorenewsten.eventbrite.com. Early Registration features a $50 vending fee. Read in Full >>
Jody Davis Designs to Present 2 More "chic and classy affairs" Before Christmas
SAVE THE DATES:
*Sunday, November 13 – 2 to 5 pm – Merci Beaucoup: …a chic and classy affair @ www.JodyDavisDesigns.com, 110 W. Saratoga St., Downtown Baltimore.
*Sunday, December 11 – 2 to 5 pm – Amor: …a chic and classy affair @ www.JodyDavisDesigns.com, 110 W. Saratoga St., Downtown Baltimore Read in Full >>
Pam Reaves, Author of "Is It Love?" presents Doni Glover on the Keyboards
BMORENEWS publisher Doni Glover plays at Jody Davis Designs, Downtown Baltimore www.JodyDavisDesigns.com
. Clip features American Idol's Ju'Not. Read in Full >>
TGR: From the Desk of Doni Morton Glover, Founder of DMGlobal Marketing & PR
KUDOS TO THESE SUPPORTERS OF BLACK BUSINESS :: YOU ARE APPRECIATED!
It is with great pride that I present to you today’s recipients of the newly coveted Black Capitol Awards. Regular followers of BMORENEWS.com know that among our top 5 priorities is supporting and growing black businesses.
Since our inception 9 years ago, we have held regular business networking events across the DC-Maryland-Northern Virginia area. We have touched base with just about every black business advocate in this region, including the unforgettable Doc Walker.
Each time, the conversation is around the same theme of what we can do to grow black businesses. Read in Full >>
Black Capitol Awards to Honor La'Quay Juel of BlackNJ.com
Mr. Juel is a Seasoned Business Process Consultant & Project Management / Compliance Executive
who has been immersed in leadership roles for multiple industries for more than a decade. He has been involved in Start-Ups, Turnarounds, Mergers & Acquisitions as well as national and international business endeavors and has played an integral role in delivering more than $20 million in new business, preserving $150 million in business retention, and assisting in the migration of over $3.5 billion in client accounts and data transactions. His greatest strength lies in new business development, strategic business architecture, sales/marketing, sales training, strategic planning, product evaluation and distribution, and a high propensity to network quickly. Read in Full >>
Black Capitol Awards to Honor Washington Informer Publisher Denise Rolark Barnes
Denise Rolark Barnes – Publisher of The Washington Informer
Denise Rolark-Barnes is the publisher of The Washington Informer, weekly community newspaper serving the African American community in Washington, D.C.
She is the host of Washington Informer News and Let’s Talk, two public affairs programs that appear twice weekly on DCTV Channels 95 and 96. Read in Full >>
Sharon Bullock of Metamorphosis Boutique to be Honored at Black Capitol Awards, 4.13.11
Sharon J. Bullock is a Wardrobe Consultant, Make up Artist and Color Analyst.
Born in Gainesville, Georgia, from her early teen years, she has always loved the beauty and fashion industry, and dreamed of becoming a model. Although after high school, she was accepted in the Barbizon School of Modeling, she decided to follow in the footsteps of her classmates, and attend a four year college, instead. She attended Morris Brown College in Atlanta, and then later transferred to Morgan State University, in Baltimore, where she received her BS degree in Mental Health in 1976. She worked in this field for three years before discovering her need to be connected back with the beauty and fashion industry. She decided, “If I can’t be a model, then I want to always look like one!” Read in Full >>
Delaware's Leonard Young to be Recognized at Black Capitol Awards
Leonard J. Young III is a native of Wilmington, DE and a graduate of A.I. DuPont High School. He attended Florida A & M University (FAMU) in Tallahassee, FL on a Swimming and an Army ROTC scholarship. Upon graduation from FAMU with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Leonard worked in Philadelphia for a leading mechanical contracting company. Leaving Philadelphia in 2004 to pursue other opportunities, Leonard moved to Texas temporarily and then back to the state of Delaware.
Leonard founded Delawareblack.com, LLC (www.delawareblack.com/) in September of 2006, with the mission of promoting black businesses, organizations and local events. During the years, Delawareblack.com, LLC has organized numerous community and business events such as the recent 3rd Annual Delaware Black Awards (www.delawareblackawards.com) and the upcoming 2nd annual 2011 Delaware Black Expo (www.delawareblackexpo.com), along with numerous networking events and fundraisers. Read in Full >>
VMG's LaRian Finney to be Honored at Black Capitol Awards, April 13th, District of Columbia
Since 2000, LaRian Finney, President and CEO of Visionary Marketing Group, has overseen the marketing, graphic design, public relations and event planning for a diverse client portfolio that includes state, local and corporate clients.
His vast experience has included spearheading successful mega-campaigns for the Olympics, the NAACP National Convention, the National Urban League Convention, General Motors, The African American Heritage Festival and a multitude of other public and private communication campaigns. He is a recognized leader in developing, marketing and branding diversity and inclusion initiatives. Mr. Finney has a reputation for delivering exceptional results on-time and within budget. Read in Full >>
Chandra G. Pitts to Emcee Black Capitol Awards, Wed., April 13, 2011 - 7 to 9 pm - Busboys and Poets, 14th & V Sts. NW D.C.
Chandra G. Pitts is a social entrepreneur working with passion and integrity to educate, uplift and propel children and their families on a holistic journey toward overall excellence. Her indelible dedication to making a positive impact in the lives of others has driven her success throughout her career.
In 2009, University of Delaware Women’s Studies documentary depicted the personal narrative of Chandra Pitts and won the Nanú Paloma Guerrero Award for Excellence. It is now archived at the University’s Special Collections in the Morris Library.
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Cataanda James: "The Make-up Artist and Hair Stylist for All the People!"
DC-based stylist in Baltimore on shoot; to be honored at the Black Capitol Awards on Wed., April 13, 2011 from 7 to 9 pm at Busboys and Poets, 14th and V, Washington, DC NW. This is her ministry! Read in Full >>
Ron Busby, U. S. Black Chamber, Inc., to be Honored at Black Capitol Awards, April 13th
Ron Busby, Sr. is the leader of the nation’s new première non-profit organization for black business owners – the United States Black Chamber, Inc. Busby is a native of Oakland, California.
Busby is also a successful business owner with significant experience in the small business arena. Recognized as one of the country’s best CEOs, Busby grew his first business, USA Super Clean, from $150,000 annual revenue to over $15 million per year. Read in Full >>
Message from BMORENEWS' Doni Glover
Publisher's message to the people of Japan and Hawaii, and Black Capitol Awards announcement for 4.13.11 at Busboys and Poets, NW DC Read in Full >>