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Rockstar CMO Features LMS

People ask me if LinkedIn really works.  Well, it does.  The editor of Rockstar CMO had been following my profile since 2016.  One day he saw me in a photo with Ted Rubin and requested an introduction.  Then it all started.  Ian Truscott started asking me to be featured on his online publication.  I actually declined.  At least a few times.  I even passed the opportunity on to other leaders…

L Michelle Smith Ranks No.3 On List of Best Female Speakers in Social Media and Marketing

56 Female Speakers You Should Put on Stage, and Why October 14, 2018, Chris Strub Some people say 2018 is the ‘year of the woman,’ but 2019 should be the year that women get their due on stage at traditionally male-dominated marketing events nationwide. I’ve been extremely blessed to present at over a dozen marketing events over the last couple of years, and although the speaker mix still…

ELC: Bringing Your Authentic Self to Work as a Black Woman– Unpacked

March 7, 2018 ELC Institute Fellow L. Michelle Smith pens an article for BlackEnterprise.com titled, “Bringing Your Authentic Self to Work as a Black Woman – Unpacked.” The article features a Q&A with four high-powered black female executives, all of whom are ELC members, each giving their perspectives on what it takes to bring your authentic self to work as a black woman in the workplace. Smith’s Q&A…

#WomenInTech 4-Part Series Talks Public Relations in Tech with L Michelle Smith

Frank talk about her career.journey, mentorship, public relations, tech and social media and inclusion in marketing in four parts…in the AT&T Business #WomenInTech series. This is part 1.   Part 2 looks at the importance of social media as technology advances in PR and Marketing…and a little about Artificial Intelligence. Part 3 gets personal, with a conversation about my daughter, being authentic and a little about inclusion. Part…

‘A Seat At Luvvie’s Table’ Was An Opportunity For Black Women To Be Reaffirmed

By Luvvie Ajayi for Huffington Post This piece was originally published on AwesomelyLuvvie.com My resistance coping tactic is to surround myself with Black women. One thing that was re-affirmed to me after November 8 is that if I can’t count on anyone else, I can ALWAYS count on Black women. So since then, I’ve enveloped myself in a blanket woven by the love of sisters. Sisters. From blood…

Editorial: Opera’s Diversity Problem & How to Fix It

By Santosh Venkataraman, Operawire I was lucky enough this past November that a friend of mine had an extra ticket for “Die Walküre” at Lyric Opera of Chicago.  Now I had already seen it opening night and reviewed it for this site.  Of course, the chance to again see Wagner at Lyric with top-notch performers like Christine Goerke and Eric Owens wasn’t something that I was going to…

Rolling out celebrates the Top 25 Women of Dallas

By Celia Walker, rollingout On Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016, in front of over 400 enthusiastic guests, 25 dynamic women were honored for their service, hard work, dedication and accomplishments. Rolling out, The Steed Society, and Female Success Factor celebrated 25 of Dallas’ most prominent women with an elegant reception and awards presentation. The event was hosted at 7 for Parties in the heart of the design district of…

Racheal Dolezal’s New Controversy: Headlining a Natural Hair Show

By Linda Jones, Daily Beast Rachael Dolezal, the white woman caught masquerading as a black woman who ignited a national debate about race, has kept a relatively low profile since her fall last year. But this weekend she will headline the Naturally Isis Braid-On, Economic Liberty March and Rally in Dallas, Texas. Dolezal was invited by Isis Brantley, a celebrity stylist, natural hair activist, and owner of the…

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