DW celebrates Women’s History month featuring Dallas’ own Zenetta Drew, Executive Director of Dallas Black Dance Theatre. Drew talks about her journey to success, what drives her to keep breaking barriers and how we all can do our part to help the next generation.
By Bianca B. King This Women’s History Month, we look to those women that are blazing trails right here in the DFW Metroplex. Exceptional leaders who are creating complex histories […]
For Women’s History Month, Dallas Weekly COO Jess Washington talks with Renée Horne, Chief Marketing & Customer Experience Officer for Chase Auto.
Dr. Carol Francois is continuing her work to educate and enlighten people through her learning community and podcast. Dr. Francois got her start on her journey throughout education in her youth […]
Dallas Weekly’s COO, Jess Washington talks with Cynthia “Cynt” Marshall, CEO of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team. DW celebrates Women’s History Month by talking with Cynt about leadership, giving back and her excitement for the future.
BURBANK, CA —Josh D’Amaro, Chairman, Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, announced today that Gail Evans has been named Executive Vice President, Chief Digital and Technology Officer for Disney Parks, Experiences […]
Unoma Okorafor is offering organic alternatives to help fuel the body and the brain. Unoma Okorafor started her journey to building her brand Herbal Goodness in 2011 when she was […]
Op-Ed By David C. Williams During Black History Month, I’m reflecting on various areas in the Black community and what contributions I could make to improve certain conditions. One concept […]
Dallas Black and Latina entrepreneurs will be the beneficiaries of JP Morgan Chase’s Advancing Black Pathways program where grants, coaching and exclusive tutelage will be provided to assist in their business endeavors, the company announced recently.
As the City of Dallas continues to engage in conversations regarding racial inequity and what can be done from the perspective of local government, a nonprofit organization called OneTen is hoping to tackle the issue of racial wealth inequality from the perspective of the private sector.