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The Women In Business (WIB) Podcast is for women entrepreneurs who are looking for a community of like-minded individuals who are willing to share their stories, experiences and candid opinions about what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur. Take a listen as we discuss topics ranging from business development, personal growth and motivation, finances, and marketing strategies.

The podcast is designed to help jump-start your business and get you moving in the right direction. What topics will we be covering? We’ll be discussing everything from marketing, branding and social media go-to’s as well as showcasing past & present projects that mPrint Creations has worked on. While highlighting the businesses of women’s enterprises across the world!

This is a FANTASTIC podcast! 

I literally enjoyed every minute.
-Lombe A.

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Margaret (Maggie) has been a proud resident of Atlanta for the past decade. Over that time, she has had extensive experience in working in the field of information technology, finance and sales with such Atlanta organizations as General Electric Power Systems, PepsiCo  and Automatic Data Processing (ADP).

In 2010, Maggie decided to combine her rich interpersonal skills and big picture logic with her undeniable graphic and creative talents to launch out on her own.

She is now the owner and CEO of mPrint Creations which is a full service social media marketing firm offering website development, website maintenance and hosting, social media strategy, email marketing.

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Dr. Pamela Moolenaar-Wirsiy. Native Virgin Islander. HBCU graduate (2X). Molecular Biologist. Mother of 8. World Traveller. Wife. Sister. Daughter. Friend. Minimalist. Fitness enthusiast. Kind-hearted positive thinker. Free spirit. Lifelong learner. Dean of Innovation and Student Success. Interim Vice Provost of Enrollment Management.

The University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) has announced the creation of a new position – Dean of Innovation and Student Success. Dr. Pamela Moolenaar-Wirsiy will serve as the inaugural Dean of Innovation and Student Success beginning in the upcoming Fall Semester.

This position will further UVI’s strategic plan, “Greatness Through Innovation” goals, and will help to position the University as an innovative institution, and as a place that fosters innovation.

“As we launch our new Research and Business Innovation Center and improve our innovative efforts in improving the academic success of our students, Dr. Moolenaar -Wirsiy’s expertise and background is a natural fit,” said UVI President Dr. David Hall. “We believe that she can help move both of these critical mandates to the next level at UVI. Georgia State University has been a model for us in innovative student success, and we wanted someone from that institution who can bring those same insights and expertise to UVI.”

With a thorough understanding of the academic programs and policies of higher education institutions, Dr. Moolenaar-Wirsiy brings experience and expertise to the position of Dean of Innovation and Student success. At Georgia State University-Perimeter College, she previously served as campus dean (interim) and managed the college’s Performance Enhancement for Student Success retention initiative. She also served as director for their Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.  Dr. Moolenaar-Wirsiy is often described as a creative and innovative professional and recently served as an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow in residence at her alma mater, Hampton University.  As an ACE Fellow, she chaired the working committee that subsequently submitted a grant that resulted in the establishment of the Virginia Workforce Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center in 2020.

More information is available in a news release on the Media Section of the UVI - and from this direct link

As a Triple Negative Breast Cancer Survivor/Thriver, Ricki’s personal purpose, passion, mission, ministry, and blessing is to bring focus, attention, research, science, and action to eradicating Black Breast Cancer, and supporting and coaching what she calls her “Breasties” through their breast cancer experience.

We discuss Ricki’s diagnosis and her journey to medical trials that saved her life. Rick’s passions and what keeps her going each day.

The importance of seeking the BEST medical care for yourself and how more black women should take part in clinical trials.

Ricki is an award-winning seasoned marketing veteran that has transformed her strategic acumen into
breast cancer advocacy. Ricki co-founded and serves as CEO of TOUCH, The Black Breast Cancer Alliance to address Black Breast Cancer as a unique and special disease state, with the overall goal of reducing the mortality rate for Black women. Ricki founded and serves as co-host for “The Doctor Is In,” a weekly live breast cancer advocacy web series on the Facebook page that reaches over 3 million viewers. She is a founding member of #BlackDataMatters, in partnership with Ciitizen, The Center for Health Care Innovation and Morehouse School of Medicine to encourage and elevate the importance of Black Women participating in clinical trial research. In January 2022, she started the When We Tri(al) Movement to change the game on Black women participating in clinical trials to improve outcomes for Black women with breast cancer.

Ricki serves on the Board of Trustees for the Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation where she chairs the marketing committee. She is a board member for the Center for Healthcare Innovation, and serves on the National Minority Quality Forum Scientific Advisory Board. Ricki has been featured in FiercePharma, Healthline, Oprah Daily, Shondaland, Platform Q Health and Salud and Ebony Magazine to name a few. She is one of 50 of the 800 applicants to receive the Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women Impact Grant funding Black women-led and Black women-serving nonprofits.

Ricki has two daughters, Amanda Brown Lierman and Hayley Brown, and 3 granddaughters, Belle, Leia, and Hart, who remind her of her purpose every day. Ricki is a graduate of Dartmouth College and holds an MBA from Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.

Articles/News Stories Featuring Ricki
Goldman Sachs
Oprah Daily
PlatformQ Health
Salud Salud
Our MBC Life
Black Enterprise
Black News Channel
Washington Informer
Self Magazine
Dartmouth Inspire
Black Health Matters
Patient Power
Annapolis Times/Baltimore Times
Conquer 1
Conquer 2
Cyrus Webb Show
Our MBC Life 1
Talk With Audrey
Susan G. Komen
Dartmouth Alumni Magazine

Rick’s website 

In this episode Alga shares what her journey to entrepreneurship was like in Atlanta and some challenges to keep going forward.

Originally from Eritrea. By the age of 10 Alga Ghebretensae had been to 3 different continents so she grew up everywhere but California is my first home in the US.

She spent her formidable years there; graduated high school, and attended and graduated from the University of California (at Davis). She moved to Atlanta in 2000 with $1K in her pocket. It was Atlanta or Bust! Within a week of the move, she got a corporate job, within a year she bought a house, and within 4 years, she was a landlord. Even though she had a good job; she knew early on that working 9-5 was not the right fit for her. And after almost 5 years in corporate, she got my Real Estate license and became a Real Estate Agent. She had a great mentor and real estate has opened doors for her and it had given her what she truly values in life: FREEDOM.

Real estate is a surefire way to wealth and purchasing property is Zambia is now made easier with Natasha Chiumya.

Natasha is a serial entrepreneur who has started and failed at many businesses. Fortunately, she has succeeded at three core businesses centered around property and real estate.  She is the founder and managing partner of Folotiya & Chiumya, one of the leading real estate law firms in Zambia. She is also the founder and director of Diaspora Connect, an online real estate agency that helps Zambians living abroad buy property back home in a safe and reliable way. She is a property developer, using her knowledge of the market to build and sell affordable apartments.

Beyond real estate, she has experience in corporate finance, project finance, syndicated lending and insolvency matters – for when things go belly up! Natasha holds a law degree from Warwick University in the UK and an MBA from the Graduate School of Business of UCT in South Africa.  She is a former Beit fellow and an award-winning lawyer/ a recipient of the Chief Justice Award and Stanbic Bank Anakazi Woman of the Year Award 2020 in the Justice category.