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Sisters Who SOAR: Sheyna Burt

By Ramunda Lark Young Sisters Who SOAR is a column created to connect women around the world to extraordinary women of color who’ve surpassed obstacles and rose to great success. So often I hear women say there are not enough leaders who share their experiences, successes and fears.  This column is poised to enlarge your personal circle of knowledge and …

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Sisters Who SOAR: Nicole Roberts Jones

By Ramunda Lark Young Sisters Who SOAR is a column created to connect women around the world to extraordinary women of color who’ve surpassed obstacles and rose to great success. So often we hear women say there are not enough leaders who share their experiences, successes and fears.  This column is poised to enlarge your personal circle of knowledge and …

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Sisters Who SOAR: Marlo Thomas Watson

By Ramunda Lark Young This column is a series created by entrepreneur and community leader Ramunda Lark Young and is poised to connect and learn from extraordinary women of color who’ve surpassed obstacles and rose to great success. Marlo Thomas Watson serves as the President and Chief Engagement Officer of The Marlo Company. She possesses a Master’s in Public Administration …

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Sisters Who SOAR: Amber Aziza, The Millennial Millionaire Maker

By Ramunda Lark Young This column is a series created by entrepreneur and community leader Ramunda Lark Young, and is poised to connect and learn from extraordinary women of color who’ve surpassed obstacles and rose to great success. Amber Aziza, founder and CEO of Amber Aziza Enterprises – which houses ASquaredcoach.com and NotABasicBiz.com  – has made it her life’s work to help amazing …

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Sisters who SOAR: Ilka Chavez – Community Leader and CEO of Corporate Gold

By Ramunda Lark Young This column is a series created by entrepreneur and community leader Ramunda Lark Young, and is poised to connect and learn from extraordinary women of color who’ve surpassed obstacles and rose to great success. Ilka is an entrepreneur and results-driven leader with superior communication skills in corporate and community settings.  She is also a sought-out public …

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Sisters who SOAR: Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever, Career Reinvention Strategist, Diversity Consultant, and Women’s Empowerment Expert

By Ramunda Lark Young Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever is a CEO, trailblazer and lauded sisterhood enthusiast who’s passion for empowering women catapulted her to the national stage where she landed as the youngest ever Executive Director of the National Council of Negro Women, a historic membership organization touching the lives of over four million women of African descent worldwide. She is …

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Sisters Who SOAR: Deborah L. Tillman, America’s Supernanny

By Ramunda Lark Young With this article, we welcome columnist Ramunda Lark Young, who will be writing the Sisters Who SOAR, Surpass Obstacles and Rise column. This month, she talks with Prince William’s own Deborah Tillman, America’s Supernanny. RLY: Congratulations on being named America’s Supernanny! I’m sure many in our community may not know you live right here in Virginia. …

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Lake Ridge Rotary’s 18th Annual Celebrity Luncheon

Photos by Prince William Living Lake Ridge Rotary recently held it’s annual Celebrity Luncheon at Bistro L’Hermitage in Occoquan. Local celebrities included 4 of our 5 Prince William Living Influential Women award winners from this year Bryanna Altman, Diana Paguaga, Marlo Thomas Watson, and Ramunda Lark Young. State Senator George Barker, Marty Nohe Coles District Supervisor, Liz Quist Mayor of Occoquan, Supervisor Ruth Anderson Occoquan …

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Prince William Living Magazine’s Most Influential Women of 2016

By Marianne E. Weaver | Photos by Kathy Strauss  When Prince William Living launched its first Influential Women Awards two years ago, we quickly realized that this topic resonated with readers. Entries poured in, and the issue announcing the inaugural winners was one of our most-read to date. Choosing just five women from the numerous impressive entries received was no …

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PWC SCOPE Invites Community to Participate In Talk Show Taping

Re The #BlackLivesMatter Movement  Provided by Prince William County Smart Chicks on Politics and Entertainment  (2300 Vantage Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22191). Presenting a lively panel discussion by opinionated and engaged community advocates, Prince William County Smart Chicks on Politics and Entertainment (“PWC SCOPE”) will host the event to launch its series of online videos featuring fresh, unfiltered dialogue about areas of special importance to …

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