An Ivy League scholar twice over, avid traveler and writer, the latest #FreshTake comes from the founder of TheReignXY.com, a website for millennial women that celebrates 'doing both and everything in between.'
Meet Gabrielle Hickmon.
To celebrate six years in this blogging game, I've penned a letter to my 22-year-old self.
Social entrepreneur Dujon Smith shares why he is driven to inspire others to expose themselves to new people, places, and cultures with the launch of his smart luggage company Fernweh Case.
PR girl turned app founder Amanda Spann talks about her latest venture, AfriDate, how millennials can turn their passion into profit and why it's important to rest and reset.
Growing up a military brat, music has always played an integral role in the expression of his creativity. Now with the release of his newest project Face In The Crowd, Virginia-bred musician Phill My Soul shares his musical inspirations, what keeps him grounded and why his generation must slow down to really enjoy life.
In re-listening to the Grammy-award winning album A Seat At The Table, I also considered helpful insight from Kenya Paul and Tia White, two technology leaders at Capital One, and their journeys in the world of corporate tech as black women. Here are three songs in particular that I found offered thoughtful lessons that can be applied to navigating the tech industry as a woman of color:
"As we get older, our inspiration graduates into a more mature movement," Doc says. "Our muse becomes more subtle and focused. Our decisions become more red wine than red bull."
For the latest #FreshTakeFriday spotlight, I'd like to introduce to some and present to others, inspiration architect and founder of Honor The Day, Doc Waller.