See how these women are entering 2021 my dear. It’s all about win and win and win. In fact, has the month of January gone half way? Obviously no! Well, some brave women have already started to win entering this year.
New professional positions, awards and recognitions and of course one of the sweetest things we love to hear the “first term” for some unstoppable strong black women. So, lets enjoy this article together by taking a quick look at five women who are showing us how to win in 2021. Trust me, this is a list we all need right now, its not bad for a little motivation once in a while, right? (Winks).
The 26-year-old Nigerian American was appointed by president elect of America as COVID-19 Policy Advisor and member of the COVID-19 Response Team. The disclosure was Made on twitter through a Press Statement by the Biden -Harris Transition Committee.
Okolo has previously worked for Member Patty Murray as a Legislative Aide for Health Policy on the US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP).
She is the new Vice President of Coca Cola for its African Operations. She took to Twitter to share the news by announcing :
“I’m super excited to join the coca cola company’s African leadership team as the Vice President, Government Affairs, Communication & Sustainability for Africa.”
Obozuwa’s previous engagements include, Chief Communication and Public Affairs Officer for General Electric Africa, Arts and Sponsorship Manager for the British Council, Official Member of Forbes Communication Council and the list goes on.
The beauty mogul became the first ever make up artist to be honoured with a “damehood” by the Queen of Britain.
McGrath has been winning for long.This creative and talented woman was named by Vogue Magazine as the most influential makeup artist in the world in 2007.
She made an amazing statement about the award but one part that caught our attention the most follows.
“When I first launched my brand, PAT McGRATH LABS, it was designed to inspire self-expression and individuality,” McGrath said in a social media post about her damehood. “I dedicate this honour in tribute to Makeup Artists everywhere, I adore each and every one of you. Never give up on your dreams – with hard work, creativity and perseverance anything is possible.”
Smith is the first Black woman to coach in professional baseball. She will be working in Boston Red Sox’s Spring training complex in forth Myers. Her responsibilities will include coaching position players.
Bell just closed a partnership deal with Nike Inc for Economic Empowerment for her Black Girl Venture company. The $500 000 investment from Nike is meant to support Black Girl Venture’s goal of providing capital and capacity building support to black and brown women in entrepreneurship.