By Brianna Patt Benaisha Poole-Watson is making her mark in realty. Benaisha Poole-Watson purchased her first property when she was nineteen years old, purchasing her first real estate license in […]
Category: Women’s History Month Special Edition
Local Philanthropist Dr. Cheryl Polote Williamson Honors Black Women Business Owners in Dallas with Women of Influence Award Luncheon
The inaugural event will celebrate six women for their groundbreaking leadership in honor of Women’s History Month DALLAS, February 21, 2023 – In partnership with Soul Reborn, a 501 c […]
Diane Ragsdale: A lifetime of Community Organizing in South Dallas
Interview by Keri Mitchell She grew up in Wheatley Place, where she still resides in her family’s home, and attended the Phyllis Wheatley School down the street before moving to […]
Clarice Tinsley: All Hail The Queen
We are looking back at the legacy of Clarice Tinsley. Over 40 years of work, journalism and industry accolades,and the respect of the metroplex, she is a staple of the Dallas community and media landscape. The next generation of anchors, journalists and reporters are coming up as she was in the early and mid 70s. The media industry has changed and the audience has changed. I wanted to know what message would Clarice want to give to those women who are standing on her shoulders.
Zenetta Drew masters the Business of Success
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.
Ethos Equity paving the way for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Dallas
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 […]
Renée Horne: Taking on the “Boy’s Club” in the Auto Industry
For Women’s History Month, Dallas Weekly COO Jess Washington talks with Renée Horne, Chief Marketing & Customer Experience Officer for Chase Auto.
The F.R.E.S.H. Classroom Bringing You Culturally Relevant Education
Dr. Stephanie Boyce’s F.R.E.S.H. classroom (an acronym for Fun, Relevant, Engaging, Standards-Based and Higher Order) is a platform focused on the professional and social development of teachers. The business was […]
Dr. Carol Francois Wants You To Know Why They Are So Angry
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 […]
Cynt Marshall Understands the Assignment
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.