BUY NOW: California woman creates natural hair growth product to combat hair loss |Underneath the Make Up

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A mother of five based in California has found a new way to out smart hair loss. 
Angie Hankerson, CEO-Founder of Underneath The Makeup has taken her personal journey and created a BOOMING business. Underneath The Makeup sells body butters, body scrubs, hair growth oil and natural edge control for all ages and genders to enjoy. 
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In October of 2019, this CEO started her business after suffering hair loss due to stress. “I’ve suffered personal hair loss, as well as skin problems. I’ve had some problems with hair growth acne and after many unsuccessful trips the dermatologist I decided [to try] something all natural. My hair loss was due to stress,” Hankerson said.
Hankerson LookWeAreIncluded.com that her daughter received an allergic reaction to synthetic hair and lost her edges. This incident propelled, Hankerson to create an oil that has restored her hair.
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Now- the subject of hair growth runs deep for CEO Angie. ‘Our hair is our crown,’ she told LookWeAreincluded.com. At three-year-old her granddaughter was diagnosed with capitis, a disease caused by superficial fungal infection of the skin of the scalp, eyebrows, and eyelashes, with a propensity for attacking hair shafts and follicles. “[My granddaughter] had big ball spots throughout her head and now [her] hair is growing where it was once bald.

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PhotoGrid_1583295985614Angie told us she had to do something about this; therefore she started doing her research and mixing different products until she found the right solution. As a 20 year veteran in the medical profession, she experimented for over a year and a half before she went public.

CEO Angie has attended some big events including, All Star weekend in Chicago and plans on attending many more. “I was also given the opportunity to be a part of the swag bags for the Tyler Perry oval office event in Los Angeles,” Hankerson told us.
My target audience is anyone who’s having problems with [hair growth]. Including anyone who would like healthy [and] stronger hair. I [make] all natural hair and skin products, I also [ provide] healthy hair tips on my blog.
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Q & A with CEO Angie Hankerson
LookWeAreIncluded.com: Where do you see yourself in the next few years?
CEO Angie: 
  • 3 years – A successful business
  • 5 years I would like to help children with Alopecia and help cancer patients who are in remission

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LookWeAreIncluded.com:How long does it take to make my product?
IMG_20191016_202555_154CEO Angie: It takes 4 to 6 weeks to make the actual head with oil
LookWeAreIncluded.com:Why does your hair product work ?
CEO Angie: I believe my products work because of the all natural herbs and oils that I use and these hands have been blessed by the best. Plus I’m living proff. I wouldn’t really say there was an error using or making the products they just took longer for the process to happen the way i wanted it until I added other ingredients I just learned how to speed up the process after the 3rd or 4th try.
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Baltimore: Coppin State University graduate hosts ‘The Product Swap’ in April to engage new influencers


IMG_5100One Coppin State University grad is creating change within the city of Baltimore by hosting ‘The Product Swap’ for new creatives to mix and mingle by exchanging products from around the world.

Jasmin Smith, CEO-Founder of TinyAllure LLC is hosting her 4th Annual Natural Hair Care Forum  “The Product Swap” on Saturday, April 18th, 2020 from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. at the The StartUp Nest 1401 Severn Street in Baltimore, MD 21230.


The 4th Annual Natural Hair Care Forum  “The Product Swap” is an event for women and men to learn more about their hair, present new products (shea butters, lip gloss, oils, etc.)  and engage in a LIVE panel discussion with a professional barber.


Men: Do you have beards? Women: Are you looking for the next best product to maintain and/or grow your hair?


This family-friendly event also allows new vendors to join them each year. The deadline to become a vendor is March 20th, 2020 and the fee is $55.

SPACE IS LIMITED – To become a vendor or send your products to the 4th Annual Natural Hair Care Forum  “The Product Swap”  Email: theproductswap@gmail.com

IMG_2759Smith, a Coppin State University  graduate, majored in Biology and minored in Chemistry. As an esteemed member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. she told LookWeAreincluded.com that community service is in her blood. “Back in college I was known as Jay the AKA because I traveled to every HBCU college campus. I am the first person to attend and graduate from college in my immediate family.”

She likes to call herself a ‘workprener’, which means Smith works a 9-5 and does her passion after business hours. With only 24 hours in a day this HBCU grad is making her mark and plans to host more events for creatives in the future.

“We have attended Curlfest in Brooklyn, New York, Curls Essential, and Baltimore Curlfriends Meetup Media. In the future, I would like to attend the Black Girls Rock and Essence Festival,” Smith told LookWeAreincluded.com

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Q&A Time: CEO Jasmin is also a member a group chat for Baltimore Young Professionals and prides herself on creating innovative events for people to enjoy. 

Now, there are levels a.k.a. requirements to be apart of  the 4th Annual Natural Hair Care Forum  “The Product Swap” so LookWeAreIncluded.com had a Q&A with CEO Jasmin Smith so you can be properly prepared before purchasing your TICKET.  And vendors, below you can learn how to send your products to the event and become apart of her event list.


LookWeAreIncluded.com: If I want to be a vendor or if I’m out of state how can I send you products? How can I have my items included in your ‘SWAG BAG’?

CEO Jasmin Smith: Email: theproductswap@gmail.com

LookWeAreIncluded.com: How does this event work? When someone walks in the door, what should they expect?

CEO Jasmin Smith: [Once attendees] walk in, [they] are prompted to put their products [they would like] to swap on the swapping table. [Attendees] are then asked to take seats, the live panel begins and [people] are able to ask questions. After the panel is done [people] are able to shop for products for free and shop with our LIVE vendors.

  • During this event people can expect to learn what hair and beard care products to purchase in the future. Attendees, can also expect live demos on product usage for hair and beard care.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What are some upcoming projects you are working on that your followers need to be aware of?

CEO Jasmin Smith: We currently formulate and sell whipped body butter. We are adding soap to our list soon.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What are your goals Where do you see yourself in 3-5 years? 

CEO Jasmin Smith: The overall vision and goal for my company is to have The Product Swap hosted in all major cities annually. I would like to grow a team to host these events with.  In 3-5 years I do see The Product Swap at least happening again in DC and hosting one event in New York. For my personal brand I would like to formulate more and continue to gain clients who are interested in having their own product line.



David Pierce, aspiring journalist creates ‘The Intellekt’ YouTube series while searching for a job in television

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One young man from Chicago is being a true ‘community journalist’ while continuing his hunt for a job in television.

David Pierce, (‘Dave Fly P‘) a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is the creator, Executive Producer and host of ‘The Intellekt’, a new social media show sparking millennial minds all over the world. With so many young adults gathering their news from social media, Pierce decided this was an opportunity for him to educate his peers.

Fun Fact about ‘Dave Fly P’ was initiated in the “Greater” Beta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi while in college. 

“I know people my age don’t really watch the news, so I wanted to bridge that gap by providing something insightful, but entertaining at the same time,” Pierce told us. “I make ‘The Intellekt’ available to everyone [and] each episode has its own lesson, so people [can] think to themselves “WOW, I never thought about it like that…” Hence, the name The Intellekt. 

If you would like to connect with David Pierce please email TheIntellekt@gmail.com or follow his show on Instagram: @theintellektshow

IMG_4233When it comes to finding stories to cover, Pierce searches everywhere. In Chicago, he goes through social media flyers, community events and even talks to the people in surrounding neighborhoods. He told LookWeAreIncluded.com,  he found out the largest Starbucks was going to be created right in his area just by walking to work. “There was a building being renovated for months on the next block from my job, it was big and white. It looked like some luxurious hotel. Turns out it was the World’s largest Starbucks being built. Without hesitation, I decided to cover the grand opening, because I knew it was going to be major!” Pierce told LookWeAreIncluded.com.

If you would like to connect with David Pierce please email TheIntellekt@gmail.com or follow his show on Instagram: @theintellektshow

IMG_4453‘The Intellekt” showcases a great number of interviews, whether it’s reactions from the public or a statement from an official. David told us he’s had his fair share of MOS (man on the street) interviews: “I have a small chat with people before asking to speak with me on camera. Just to break the ice… Then, I tell them who I am and what my platform is [about]. Some people are with it. Others refuse. But I don’t get upset. I keep the ball rolling and remember that there is always somebody else fit for my story. It’s always more wisdom to be captured.


So, where can you find ‘The Intellekt’ next?

  • NBA ALL-Access, which is a part of All-Star Weekend, ‘The All-Star Game’ is here in Chicago this year for the first time in 30 years.

What event would Pierce like to attend in the future?

“I would like to attend The National Association of Black Journalists. I love being around like-minded people like myself, so I can learn and grow as a storyteller. To be embraced and inspired by people just like me warms my heart. There’s a certain Charisma that we bring to TV that can’t be imitated,” Pierce told LookWeAreIncluded.com.”

Pierce, grew up with his mother and father always in support of his media dreams. He told us, his immediate family is pretty large. “My 5 siblings molded me into who I am today. I have 4 big brothers, the two oldest are twins, and 1 Sister, my twin,” Pierce said.

LookWeAreIncluded.com is getting known for their Q&A segment. Diving into the thoughts of our future leaders is critical. So, let’s take a look at what David told us offline. 

IMG_7858LookWeAreIncldued.com: What’s your ultimate dream?

David Pierce:  My dream is to be a Late Night TV Host. I love comedy and showing people a good time.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What’s your 3,5,10 year plan? LookWeAreIncluded.com loves to know the goals of each upcoming star they feature.

David Pierce:

  • 3 years from Now I see myself being a well-respected journalist. A lot of people will have caught on to the new lane in journalism that I am creating. Making valid points through facts, and satire.
  • In 5 years, I plan to have created some documentaries that are timeless. I really want to cover the Flint water Crisis. It’s something that seriously needs to be resolved. It would be timeless piece used to not repeat history and create a breakthrough that inspires change in other situations.
  • 10 years from now, I see myself leading a team of journalists and graphic designers to be creative with their storytelling and personality.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What’s your overall plan and vision for your show?

David Pierce: The plan for my show is to inspire the people age to be who they are and do what you love as a career. Don’t wait for the right time. Find a way to make your dreams work. I know my show isn’t your typical style of news, but it’s still educating and cool! My show is the start of being myself with my craft. Others should do the same. Free yourself, People!

LookWeAreIncluded.com: Who do you admire the most?

David Pierce: The woman I admire the most is my Mom! She so sweet and resilient, and hardworking most of all. She raised 5 of us who are only a few years apart. She made lunches, bathed us, dropped us off at school. All while still having to go to work. She made no excuses.



OfficialcallmeNEVI: Louisiana woman turns pain into motivating podcast, AND it’s HOT | LookWeAreIncluded.com


OfficialCallMeNevi is an upcoming social media influencer who has turned her life lessons into a profitable passion.

Nevi, based in Louisiana received her bachelors in Psychology and masters in Social Work. Now, Motivation + Real Talk = OfficialCallMeNevi’s podcast. Whether you watch her on Facebook or listen to her audio messages: You’re in for a vibrant and powerful message.

Want to Promote Your Brand on OfficialCallMeNevi’s platforms or book her for your next event? Email: officialcallmenevi@gmail.com

As the oldest of four sisters, Nevi took on a huge responsibility to ensure her sisters were taken care of after her parents got divorced when she was ten years old.  “When I became an adult I wanted to run far away from responsibility and that lead to my poor decision making and lack of accountability,” Nevi told LookWeAreIncluded.com.

Nevi told us how her old decision patterns landed her in this hospital in 2015 after she was diagnosed with Congestive Heart failure and Pulmonary Hypertension ..IMG_9384

“I got sick in 2015 from neglecting myself and not loving myself. I had to really get over myself and come to terms that I had been lying to myself about how I felt and how I let others treat me. I was in total denial and didn’t want to face my diagnosis.” 

Nevi told LookWeAreIncluded.com, she got professional help and it changed her mindset about life, and how she viewed herself. ” I also started putting action behind the words I was saying. I started thinking and acting in positive [way] and my life turned around,” Nevi said.


In August of 2019, that’s when she started her podcast: OfficialCallMeNevi, which is available on Apple, Spotify and Anchor. She discusses how to get over life’s challenges, how to change your mindset and mainly how to expect more than average from ourselves. And don’t worry, she also discusses relationships: Friendships and romantic ones.

And there’s MORE! 

In July of 2020, OfficialCallMeNevi will have a book project coming out and will be hosting speaking engagements. ” [ I want to] show others how to take responsibility and take accountability for their lives. Also [I] want to teach life skills to high school and college-age[d] students to prepare them for the world.

LookWeAreIncluded.com asked her where does she see herself in a few years? We love asking that question because when our guests become famous: We want to make sure you saw them first RIGHT here.

00C6FBA0-B82B-4C1B-B84D-84C4124E2D58LookWeAreIncluded.com: Nevi, what’s the BIG goal? Where do so yourself in a few years?

OfficialCallMeNevi: I see myself being my own boss running my own consulting firm. Also being a community leader running  my non profit where I can share education and resources with my community.

Now, LookWeAreIncluded.com can’t wait for you to check out her podcast. Make sure you follow her on Facebook and Instagram: Officialcallmenevi

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CEO Anna Nuby, Memphis-podcast host launching new show in February adding counseling and flavor to put young adults on the right path

If you would like to book CEO Anna or be a guest in one of her shows please email: blackboxblog5051@gmail.com

A new Memphis-based podcast host is set to change the airwaves in February by mixing education, counseling and flavor to put young adults on the right path of success. 


Anna Nuby, originally from Flint, Michigan is launching a new show called ‘5051 The Podcast’ on Thursday, February 20th targeting young adults, and people who want to redefine their career and purpose. Nuby told LookWeAreIncluded.com, ‘5051 The Podcast’  is an extension of her online social media show called ‘Black Box Blog,’ which premiers weekly on Facebook Live. 

‘5051 The Podcast’ will be available on Apple, Spotify, Anchor, Breaker, Radiopublic and Pocketcast. 

Space is Limited: Advertise on her new podcast ‘5051 The Podcast’ or book CEO Anna  by emailing bookceoanna@gmail.com

Earlier years of Anna Nuby

Before traveling for shows and getting booked for speaking engagements, Nuby told LookWeAreIncluded.com her life wasn’t always easy.  In 2014, while attending college she was homeless, having financial hardship and going through a rough transition phase. After moving back with her mother in 2016, she re-named her show ‘Black Box Blog,’ from the previous name ‘Let Me Speak First’ in need of a fresh start. 

‘5051 The Podcast,’ is geared to reshape how young adults make decisions, in regard to parenting, relationships and the process of life. “The podcast is dedicated to self healing love and growth. Where the web series is more focused on community based [needs],” Nuby told LookWeAreIncluded.com.  ‘5051 The Podcast,’ is set to air four times a week and get her feet wet in producing and content writing. 

Space is Limited: Advertise on her new podcast ‘5051 The Podcast’ or book CEO Anna  by emailing bookceoanna@gmail.com

Nuby is well-known for her counseling sessions and membership programs with parents. As a graduate of Udemy, an online learning program she is certified as relationship facilitator, in the science of leadership and in the neuroscience for parents on how to raise children.

 ‘I want my audience to realize the power they have to create, change or manifest whatever they want in life as well as who they want to be. If they have faith believe in themselves and put the work in. When they listen to me, I want my audience to know [I] was in their shoes once and I know the road was hard, long, draining and discouraging. The fight to overcome and become everything you deserve to be in [this] lifetime is worth the scar you might endure during the battle to win the war,’ Nuby said. 

Nuby will also be the Keynote Speaker for the following events:

  • ‘The Best of Me Brunch’ featuring violinist Rosalind Denise Rodgers out of STL.
  • The experience with 3x author Jasmine Merril out of Kansas City, Kansas. 
  • The everlasting vibe showcase hosted with R12 ENT out of Memphis TN.

Space is Limited: Advertise on her new podcast ‘5051 The Podcast’ or book CEO Anna  by emailing bookceoanna@gmail.com

LookWeAreIncluded.com asked Ann Nuby a.k.a. CEO Anna a few questions offline and here’s what she had to say: 

Q: What media events would you like to attend in the future?

A: I would love to be a host on the best red carpet experience as well as the conference. Every day [I] work, I’m hoping to get into domestic violence shelter addiction clinics, highschools, and speak about coming out of a dark place finding and loving yourself while creating the lifestyle you want to love.


Q: Who do you all want to work with? List them all. 

A: Sister Circle TV, Breakfast Club, Ellen, Steve Harvey, Nick Cannon,The View, Dr. Phil, Derrick Grace, 19 Keyss’s, Lyanla Vanzet, Brink TV Wardskillz, The Carters, David Banner, Alex Elle, 50 Cent, Ryan s Harvey, Chance the Rapper, Eric Thomas, Kimberly Bryant, Whoopi Goldberg, Ice Cube, Yada The Herbalist,Tracee Ellis Ross, Daymond John,Les Brown, Tyler Perry, Taraj P Henson, Denzel Washiongton, AngelaBassett, Regina Hall, T.I, Little Wayne and Meek Mills.

Q: Where do you see yourself in 3 , 5, 10 years?

A: In three years I plan to have my own show on Sirius and traveling to do orientation for new students entering highschool and college, five years from now my oldest will be graduating and I hope that I’ll be a 4x published author gracing the NAACP awards as a nominee for my humanitarian work to the community and youth. Ten years from nowI plan to be running my own station on Sirius XM and have a live audience television show and building my very own network that employs black (minorities) interested in media radio and movie directing.

If you would like to book CEO Anna or be featured in one of her shows please email: blackboxblog5051@gmail.com

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Advertise on Christen Miller’s new podcast: 31 Blessons TODAY! Oh, and she’s a life coach

Become a Member of  31 Blessons Podcast: HERE 

Want to connect? Email: hopeandvisionoutreach@gmail.com

IMG_9117Christen Miller, CEO of Future Endeavors Life Program (FELP) and Hope and Vision Outreach is lead by two words: ministry and purpose. As the owner of two businesses and a community advocate she understands that hard work amounts to success, but how does she push through challenges when they arise?

Miller a life coach and an author wrote a book called ‘31 Blessons‘ (available now) taking readers on her journey from being a military brat, to 8.5 years of post secondary education, trials-tribulations, stepping out on faith from a 9-5 employee to now a successful entrepreneur of 5 years, according to her website HopeandVisionOutreach.com.

Miller’s weekly podcast, 31 Blessons has over 2,000 listeners from around the globe and her viewers love sending in questions. Whether it’s through Instagram, Facebook or emailing a topic, Miller is known for responding and helping others navigate through their journey.

As an educator, Miller understands that a positive influence can move people in the right direction. With her increasing brand, she wants to put the right people in front of her audience; therefore she is selecting a limited group of advertisers to partner with her during her podcast.

Would you like to advertise with 31 Blessons podcast? Email: hopeandvisionoutreach@gmail.com


As a community advocate, Miller’s organization, FELP, which is a 501c3 nonprofit organization targets at risk and willing youth in the areas of education, basic life skills, entrepreneurship, community service, and mental health. This is another avenue, where Miller uses her gifts and talents to develop the next generation. 

In addition to her current roles, Miller partners with a local North Carolina School system and gets booked for speaking engagements.

I’ve had the opportunity to speak to youth in public school systems as well as my Alma Mater Fayetteville State University with their programs for youth during the summer. I also had the opportunity to speak and teach at the Black Communities Symposium. Speaking with the youth allowed me to continue being of service to my community as well as igniting a fire within youth that come from low poverty areas. At the Black Communities Symposium, I was able to hold a nonprofit consulting class to those that were interested in which allowed them to ask questions and also learn how to develop their own nonprofit hands on. In the near future, I will go on book tours and conduct hands on self-help workshops,” Miller told LookWeAreIncluded.com 

Miller and her company offers the following services: 

  • Offer Advertisements Spots on her 31 Blessons Podcast
  • Public Speaking Engagements 
  • Assist people starting LLC’s
  • Assist with people starting Non-profit organizations 
  • Want to publish a book? She offers an ‘Author Publishing Course’
  • Counsel-Career Coaching 

Want to connect? Email: hopeandvisionoutreach@gmail.com

LookWeAreIncluded.com knows our readers love the Q&A segment, so we chatted with Christen Miller about how prospective members can sign up for her counseling services and/or become an advertisers with her? 


LookWeAreIncluded.com: What does your membership include? 

Christen Miller: [Please] go to our website www.hopeandvisionoutreach.com and schedule a 30-minute consultation call for [only] $30.

  • Basic membership – 3 Months
  • Intermediate Membership– 6 months
  • All Inclusive Membership: 12 months

Online Course: We teach 8 session courses to individuals that desire to become a nonprofit consulting owner of their own company and make at least $500+ extra a month.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: Who is your target audience? 

Christen Miller: My target audience [are people] that have a desire to improve and enhance the quality of life of those in their communities and around the world. [Hope and Vision Outreach] offer counseling, coaching, and consulting specializing in nonprofit startups. The counseling is used as a tool to help provide assistance with understanding who you are, what your interested in doing and how to proceed. Once we have painted that picture, we utilize the coaching to help develop clear concise methods to reach your goals. Lastly, the consulting is used as an activation method to help implement new innovations for your nonprofit organization.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What would you like prospective members to know about your companies? 

Christen Miller: We are not only a coaching, counseling, consulting company but we are also podcast show host that inspire many to be mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally whole. Our podcast can be found on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Anchor, Google Podcast, and Overcast 31 Blessons: Heyyy Sis every Monday. We also conduct speaking engagements as well as hands on workshops consisting of group/art therapy as well as prepare course curriculum utilizing our book 31 Blessons.

If you would like to reach out to Christen Miller, please email: hopeandvisionoutreach@gmail.com


‘Red Spade’, DMV music artist | The story behind the beats -LookWeAreIncluded.com

‘Red Spade’ –real name Vincent Wilson is sparking attention across social media.

Red Spade, originally from Wilmington, Delaware wants people to know that “The world won’t feel you if you don’t feel yourself first.”

After graduating high school from St.Georges, he enrolled at the University of Delaware, but later transferred to Del-Tech. Red Spade tells us his family supported him through college, in addition to working two full-time jobs while juggling his music career. He majored in Exercise Science, the study of the bodily movements that contribute to human fitness, holistic wellness and longevity, but that didn’t last long.

LookWeAreIncluded.com asked Red Spade: With everything you were working towards why did you stop attending college? 

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“I just lost interest…plain and simple. A close friend of mine, Tre passed away while I was early into college. This made me think deep on what I really wanted out of life and what I was doing for myself. I decided on music because it was something that was always a part of my life, but decided to build my brand because I didn’t want to be just another guy making music. I had a bigger picture in mind. As I went through college building things up as well as performing while still doing classes, I figured things out by the time I graduated. I wanted to drop out multiple times, but my Mom spoke to me and asked me “what is your plan” and that’s what kept me in college.” Spade told LookWeAreIncluded.com


Last year, he performed at the University of Delaware and had quite the crowd. “It was a great time and it actually was the first time I had a crowd know and sing the words to my song “Yeah Im Poppin”, which is on all streaming platforms and on YouTube as well. I didn’t even have to say some of the lyrics myself. I still get excited when I think about it,” Red Spade told us.

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“When people listen to my music I want them to feel that I stand out. I want them to realize that I feel completely comfortable having my own lane and creating my own wave while building my brand and legacy. My music is fun and I want others to have fun with majority of my music but I also want people to be able to stop and think on what I’m really saying,” Red Spade told LookWeAreIncluded.com”


Red Spade influences a great number of people and with so much responsibility LookWeAreIncluded.com wanted to know how does your music stand out from other artists? 

Juneteenth Photo“I’m trying my best to bring back a feeling I used to get when I heard my favorite songs when I was younger. My music doesn’t glorify violence. but it does glorify being different and making yourself into your own boss. I understand that music is a reflection of some people’s environments and I don’t frown upon it at all. I reflect on a lot of the people I’m close to and their lives. The issue that I want to address is how a lot of music is viewed as similar. I want to raise the bar for music the best way I can and create and or recreate something that can be viewed as dope, different and prolific. When people hear my music or see me perform I want it remembered and not seen as another song that just played.”

Make sure you follow Red Spade on Social Media!

LookWeAreIncluded.com: Would you call yourself the creative producer behind your music videos or do you have a team for that?

Red Spade: When I do my music videos I have a concept and idea already in mind. I like 6B5348B0-36E5-45B5-9EFD-1CE9804C2B2Bto collaborate with the videographer and bounce ideas off one another to make a smoother process as well as potentially build off new ideas that are brought up. Initially I am the creative producer but by the end of the shoot it is teamwork between myself and the videographer for all my videos as co-directors.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: How do you plan to make a difference with your music?

Red Spade: I have a very positive outlook on life. A lot of people have and still do come to me for advice or tell me that they look up to me simply based off of the work I have put in and the quality that I put out. I want nothing but good energy when it comes to my brand. I want people to feel safe when they listen to me. I want people to feel motivated to go out and be the best them possible in the most positive way while still keeping their own integrity. As my brand grows I want to effect the youth as well as those who guide the youth with and without my music. Leading by example has always been a strong area of mine and I plan to use that in multiple ways as I grow.





How can you increase your credit score? Shakeema Saloane, CEO of Operation Credit helps people build financial wealth | LookWeAreIncluded.com

Website: OpsCredit.com | Email: contact@opscredit.com


Credit. The word credit. Credit is a touchy subject for some people because it dives into their financial past.

Credit can determine if you qualify for a certain apartment, house, car and in some cases a loan. But most importantly, credit shows your financial history and your responsibility  in paying a company back.

One woman who’s a board certified credit specialist has simplified the formula to show people how to build credit and increase their score with the the steps in her program.

Image (5) Shakeema Saloane, CEO of Operation Credit is the daughter of a pastor and using her gift of helping others to direct people into financial wealth. As a military wife and mother of two she believes in authentic and valuable service.

Operation Credit, is a client solution based company that is driven by a unique and strategic process. A proven, systematic, and structured method for clients to think, plan, monitor and achieve greater results in their businesses and lives. Operation Credit strives to provide excellent customer service and offer customized disputes tailored to each individual. 

Instagram: @opscredit | Facebook: Operation Credit, LLC Call: (910) 863-1822

About 4 years ago, Saloane learned the importance of building personal credit, while going through the process of getting her ‘life’ in order. “I learned how important it was and that you need credit for just about everything. I began working on family members and friends credit which triggered my love for the industry. I saw a need in my community and culture,” she said.  

Operation Credit offers the following:

  • Student loan relief services.
  • Coaching
  • Credit repair services
  • Budget assistance

Millennials between 18-24 need to focus on the promise for building credit wisely, in order to purchase the items they want in the future. “I plan to increase that number in hopes to spread the word on the importance of having good credit,” she said. Earlier this year, in 2020, Saloane spoke at four homebuyer workshops and vision seminars to expand the idea of ‘good credit.’ 

The next step is: How. What’s the process of building good credit and how can I ensure I’m on the right track? Well, we spoke with Saloane offline about some questions people usually have who’re new to the process.

Want to book a VIRTUAL Coaching Session? Email: contact@opscredit.com

Instagram: @opscredit | Facebook: Operation Credit, LLC Call: (910) 863-1822

Now, let’s receive more information about credit. LookWeAreIncluded.com’s Question and Answer Segment with Shakeema Saloane, CEO of Operation Credit will answer FAQ questions about credit building and repairing.

Image (2)LookWeAreIncluded.com: How important is good credit? How can you rebuild bad credit and what’s the benefit of good credit? 

Shakeema Saloane: Having good credit is extremely important. Having bad credit can cost you thousands of dollars. You can rebuild bad credit by adding positive trade lines, such as secured-unsecured credit cards, self-lender account, etc. Also, making sure you bills are paid on time and disputing inaccurate information are major factors in rebuilding credit. Credit repair is so important to me because having good credit increases the quality of your life. Why settle when you can have the desires of your heart.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: Once I email Operation Credit What’s the process when people begin to business with you? Do you accept all credit?

Shakeema Saloane: When a new client gets started with us they have a 30 minute phone consultation with us to go over their credit report and for us to develop a plan to get them to their goal as fast as possible. Once all required documents have been uploaded into their personal client tracking portal disputes will begin.

Instagram: @opscredit | Facebook: Operation Credit, LLC

Image (4)LookWeAreIncluded.com: What would you tell a young person on how to manage your credit? 

Shakeema Saloane: I would tell any young person to develop a budget and good spending/saving habits early. To get started with us, we have a one time audit fee of $129.99 which includes their 1st month of services. Each month after is only $79.99 until the client decides to cancel services.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What’s the biggest problem you see in people’s credit history? 

Shakeema Saloane: The biggest problem I see in people credit are late payments. Late payments can damage your score by dropping it 15-30 points.

Ready to build your credit? Email: contact@opscredit.com

LookWeAreIncluded.com: Do you plan on taking your program into colleges and/or high schools?

Shakeema Saloane: Yes, I plan on taking my program to colleges and high schools. I feel it is important to educate young people early so they will have a better start than my generation or the ones before me.


Felicia Baxley: ‘Boss in The Making’ Podcast Host and Author becoming popular social influencer

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Screen Shot 2020-03-28 at 3.11.30 PMFelicia Baxley is a woman becoming a 21st century media influencer with a growing follower base and popular podcast.

Baxley an author, podcast host  of “Boss in the Making” and first-time college graduate in her family is breaking barriers.  As a graduate from Liberty University she received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Church Ministries. Her writing foundation began as a child and was used as an outlet to deal with depression and anxiety. She’s originally from Milledgeville, Georgia and now resides in Jacksonville, North Carolina. 

This CEO was raised by a single teen mother and recalls the financial challenges that pushed her into writing. “I knew that wasn’t the lifestyle I wanted for myself or my kids one day, so I educated myself as much as possible with financial literacy,” Baxley told LookWeAreIncluded.com

Instagram: @thecreativesgrind | Facebook: Author Felicia Baxley

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“Boss in the Making.” I look to express the good, bad, and ugly of not just writing, but becoming an entrepreneur. I look to encourage other women to following their dreams and passions while learning to become profitable along the way. It is my desire to share the difficult experiences as well as the exciting ones with others in the hopes that they will learn and apply something to their own journey. I also encourage creating multiple income streams in whatever way is beneficial, rather than in whatever way are most common or popular.

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The “Boss in the Making” podcast focuses on Baxley’s overall journey towards building a sustainable income in entrepreneurship through authorship, podcasting, and in future webinars and other engagements. Her books are spiritual inspiration and entertainment while the “Boss in the Making” podcast is dedicated to encourage others towards chasing their dreams and embracing their own creative. “That is exactly what I want to portray to my audience “Embrace Your Creativity.”  Embracing what our own passions are and allowing them to sustain us financially is something we can all do given the right dedication and resources. I am not currently making money via my podcasts however over the next month I intend to monetize by allowing ad space and sponsorships,” Baxley told LookWeAreIncluded.com. 

The vision I have for my podcast is that it [will] reach hundreds to thousands [of people] in order to encourage and uplift. I do see my podcast generating income and being able to do more than one episode per week consistently.

Question and Answer Segment with CEO Felicia Baxley

Screen Shot 2020-03-28 at 3.11.16 PMLookWeAreIncluded.com: Did you have any fears before starting your business and how many copies of your first book did you sell? 

Felicia Baxley: The biggest fear I ever had was failing. Being rejected or looked at as if I wasn’t qualified to write what kept me from publishing for a while. I wrote my first book in 2018 but didn’t publish it until [January 2020]. So far I have sold over 200 copies in the first month. In addition to the royalties from my book, I still work my full time job, accept donations, and also have intentions to start offering sponsorships and paid advertising on my podcast within the next month. My current published book is “The Help Meet.” I have also recently announced the publication of my next book “Waiting or Warfare” that is scheduled to be released in the next two months.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What events are you expected to attend? Where can your followers meet you?

Felicia Baxley: [In the past] I had a few book signings and [registered as] a vendor [on] my first publication. I am accepting offers to attend women conferences, networking events, and a as well as church events that accept vendors. 

LookWeAreIncludedcom: What would you like your followers to know?

Felicia Baxley: I’m not different from anyone else. I haven’t already arrived which is why it is important to me to reach as many people as possible now so they can see the growth for themselves. We tend to look at the end result of where a company or entrepreneur is but don’t see the hard work that goes in to getting to that place. I don’t want to wait until I have started generating large numbers to be able to inspire people, I want to be able to inspire them right now to start their own journey along with me.

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Benedict College President ensures over 120 students arrive home safely during COVID-19 pandemic

By: Digital Staff  | Happy International Women’s Month

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One Historically Black-College President ensured over 120 student arrived home safely during the unexpected Coronavirus pandemic.

Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis, the first-female President of Benedict College in Colombia, South Carolina made a public statement on Facebook about the financial support from alumnus, the Columbia Chapter of the Links, Inc. and the Benedict College Board of Trustees that made the traveling accommodations much more smoother for her students.

“We provided luggage, money for gas, paid for bags and provided cash for food while traveling to our neediest students. Benedict ran 24-hour shuttle service to Charleston, Charlotte, and Columbia airports as well as to the train station and the bus depot, regardless of whether we purchased the ticket or the students booked themselves. We have transported belongings to storage facilities for students and assisted with boxes etc. for students to pack and store their items. In short, we have done everything we could think of to make a terrible situation a little less terrible for our students,” Dr. Artis wrote on her Facebook page.

Nearly 90 airline tickets (domestic and international),  4 train tickets purchased and 5 bus tickets for students. In addition, One Trustee member personally booked over 45 plane tickets, according to Dr. Artis’s Facebook page. 

Dr. Roslyn Clark Artis Facebook Statement: 
As everyone knows, Benedict College will follow the order issued by the SC Governor, closing all public colleges and Universities in SC. The public/private distinction is irrelevant with the safety of our students, staff and faculty at stake. Therefore, on Sunday I notified the campus community that we would be closing the campus today at 5pm.
Recognizing the extreme financial hardship this would be for many of our students and families, I reached out to the Benedict College Board of Trustees for help, and they delivered in a mighty way! Due to the personal and collective generosity of our Trustees, and a generous donation from the Columbia Chapter of the Links, Inc., Benedict was able to offer emergency travel assistance for students with no resources to get home. In total, Benedict College was able to provide travel assistance to more than 120 students. We booked nearly 90 airline tickets (domestic and international), purchased 4 train tickets and 5 bus tickets for students. One of my Trustees personally booked over 45 plane tickets!
We provided luggage, money for gas, paid for bags and provided cash for food while traveling to our neediest students. Benedict ran 24-hour shuttle service to Charleston, Charlotte, and Columbia airports as well as to the train station and the bus depot, regardless of whether we purchased the ticket or the students booked themselves. We have transported belongings to storage facilities for students and assisted with boxes etc. for students to pack and store their items. In short, we have done everything we could think of to make a terrible situation a little less terrible for our students.
The transportation, housing, facilities, athletics, campus safety, retention, IT, student health center, HR, finance, academic, student services and administrative teams have worked non-stop for the last 48-72 hours to assist and care for our students. We are far from perfect, we made mistakes, and in hindsight, could have done some things differently. After all, we are human beings who were faced with an unprecedented crisis. However, every decision made, every dollar donated, every message drafted, every call made and every meeting held, were done with our students, staff and faculty and their well-being in mind.
I pray for God’s grace, mercy and protection over the entirety of the BC Family and hope that we can re-open the Benedict Campus very soon. A College campus isn’t a campus without it’s students…I miss you already. I hope to see you again soon – especially my Seniors who are praying for an “on-time” commencement!
I am proud to lead an institution where a Board of Trustees demonstrates its commitment to students by contributing their personal financial resources to support our vulnerable students in a crisis. I am proud of our faculty for transitioning to online delivery practically overnight. I am proud of a staff that works non-stop to care for our students. I am proud of the calls and emails and texts I’ve received from Alumni and community members offering their support. That is what attending an HBCU is all about. We are #HBCUStrong! We are #TheBESTofBC!


Charmaine Wilcox, CEO and Co-Founder of N.O.I.R.E. STEAM, creates a new path for the future of S.T.E.M.

By: Jakeira Gilbert, Digital Producer and Reporter 

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IMG_1687Entrepreneurship isn’t an easy three-step guide to success, but Charmaine Wilcox, CEO and Founder of N.O.I.R.E. STEAM, LLC is determined that her business will thrive. In the S.T.E.M. world, you must be innovative to create various opportunities of success and her program minorities who aspire to pursue research and science. 

If you’re unfamiliar with the term “S.T.E.M.,” it’s an acronym for the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. Unfortunately, today these four major fields still struggle with diversity and inclusion – but according to Wilcox, N.O.I.R.E. STEAM, LLC, was created to help eliminate this problem. 

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IMG_1118“N.O.I.R.E. STEAM, LLC, was founded in 2019 by myself and three other individuals. I noticed a need for a space that would allow underrepresented groups, specifically African American men and women, who are either working in or are interested in S.T.E.M. fields to connect, network, and give back to their communities. What started out as a small group of 15 individuals has now blossomed into a networking group of over 400 members across the country, in as little as 3 months. N.O.I.R.E STEAM, LLC will change the face of the S.T.E.M. industry one member and one event at a time.”

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N.O.I.R.E.’s target audience is young undergraduate students and young professionals in S.T.E.M. who are a part of an underrepresented group – for example, African Americans and women. 

IMG_1688N.O.I.R.E. is founded on five core principles that are vital to helping people of color in S.T.E.M. – networking, ownership, innovation, research, and elevation. Wilcox gives us a breakdown of the “N.O.I.R.E.” philosophy.

“If you lack the ability to effectively network, you will become stagnant, and a stagnant individual can not help anyone. Ownership is how you make your money. Owning your own products or company, and trademarking procedures and technologies that you develop are a necessity. We teach and stress the importance of ownership to every member. Innovation will usher in a new wave of STEM advances. Being innovative in your craft is a skill that must be learned and nurtured. Research is the backbone of STEM education. We work with our members, especially undergraduate members, to find ways to become involved in research. The final principle of N.O.I.R.E is elevate. We want each and every one of our members to not only use these tools to elevate themselves, but to elevate their communities. When we work hard to elevate our communities we are encouraging the children in these communities to strive for something more.”

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The program is also deeply rooted in the concept of mentorship. Not having diverse representation in her field of work was both emotionally and mentally draining for Wilcox, but despite her struggle, she vows to give others something she never had – enlightenment and guidance. 

“My experience as a person of color in STEM has been difficult. I have had self-doubt, procrastination issues, and I do not have a mentor in the STEM world to help guide me. I’ve had to bump my head several times, I’ve fallen and gotten back up. I will never give up on my love of STEM, medicine, or helping others. If I quit now, I know that I will be letting a little Black girl down in the future because she too will have the same battles that I have. Representation matters, and if I have to step up and be the face of STEM in the black community, I will.” 

Thinking big and branching out is also a part of Wilcox’s plan to step up. A huge goal that she has is to eventually create chapters on college campuses and in cities once N.O.I.R.E. has a more established infrastructure.

Follow this CEO Now: Instagram: @noiresteam | Facebook: NOIRE STEAM, LLC

Like many entrepreneurs, Wilcox also understands that stability of income can be a huge challenge in her line of business. Wilcox currently works as the STEM Education, Outreach, and Communications Coordinator for the Desert Research Institute Science Alive program, along with running N.O.I.R.E. STEAM, LLC.

“I have several fears as a new entrepreneur, like how will I be able to provide for my three-year-old child?” Wilcox said. 

Even though fear is common for many at some stage in life, Wilcox is also a firm believer in facing fear head on and ultimately overcoming it – with plans to make N.O.I.R.E. STEAM thrive through any circumstance. But Wilcox, also has a call-to-action for other STEM professionals: 

“The STEM field needs to diversify. That’s what it needs to grow and expand. More women, and people of color need to be introduced to the world of STEM, so that they too can realize that there is a place for them in this world. Without the work of women or people of color we wouldn’t know the structure of DNA, have traffic lights, or maxi pads. When the voices of these groups are shut out, the entire world, not just the scientific world, suffers.” 

Follow this CEO Now: Instagram: @noiresteam | Facebook: NOIRE STEAM, LLC

Followers can expect to see a lot of growth within N.O.I.R.E. STEAM in the near future, with several conferences and events lined up for students within the next few months, including STEAM Connect conferences in Atlanta, Georgia, and Las Vegas, Nevada.

This summer, N.O.I.R.E. will also host mini day camp style stem events that will allow the children in the Las Vegas community to become inspired by STEM. More details will be posted online in April of 2020 – so be on the lookout! 

Question and Answer Segment 

What are some upcoming projects that N.O.I.R.E. followers need to be on the lookout for? 

STEMFest 2021 – An all encompassing conference that focuses on making all attendees authentically N.O.I.R.E will be held in July of 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada

N.O.I.R.E STEAM, LLC presents STEAM Connect with the first event happening in Atlanta, Georgia in March of 2020, and the second happening in April of 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. All flyers and information for these events will be posted on our Facebook and Instagram pages. 

This summer N.O.I.R.E will host mini day camp style stem events that will allow the children in the Las Vegas community to become inspired by STEM. More details will be posted online in April of 2020. 

What’s the day-to-day process of running a business? 

Every morning, I wake up and prepare for the day by getting myself and my 3-year-old daughter ready for the day. We try to get out of the house no later than 7:30 am to get my daughter to school and myself to UNLV’s campus. Once I am done with classes on campus, I drive over to the Desert Research Institute to start my workday. After a day usually filled with meetings, planning events, student engagement, and social media planning, I begin work for N.O.I.R.E. Everyday I spend time perfecting the brand of N.O.I.R.E or making connections with the community. From meetings, to phone calls, to work on social media work is never done when it comes to N.O.I.R.E. Throughout the day I am in constant contact with Undergraduate Fellows, members of our N.O.I.R.E STEAM Pro group, and members of the POC in STEM group chats. I manage contact with over 500 people per day. Once I am home for the evening, I put the electronics away and I spend time with my daughter and family, and then it’s off to bed. 



VIDEO: New skincare line for acne sparks attention on social media | NaturalKaqs

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image14A young CEO is sparking attention on social media after her skincare line is helping people change their attitude about acne.

Quinnesha Nicholson, CEO and Creator of Naturalkaqs is a self-made mixologist in natural skincare products after learning she had a chronic illness that changed her life.

Nicholson, a patient safety analyzer based in Virginia started Naturalkaqs, in January of 2019, to bring more awareness to acne and skin conditions around the world. Now, three of LookWeAreIncluded.com’s contributors know first hand: Skin problems are something people try to hide.  But acne (and other skin conditions) can be severe if the proper medication and/or skincare product isn’t used.

That’s why we wanted to share Naturalkaqs, as a resource for people to share their story and try their products. 

Email: naturalkaqs@yahoo.com

I have dealt with acne all my whole life, and I’ve always wanted clear skin, free of acne. I was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease at the age of 14 and that is when I felt like acne in a sense took over my life. Medications caused rashes, extreme break outs, etc. & I just hated buying tons of skincare products, she told LookWeAreincluded.com 

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Nicholson attributes her success to humble beginnings by being raised by her aunt and grandmother with her older sibling also in the household. “My family history isn’t your most ideal family history, but I always made the best with what was given in life,” she told LookWeAreIncluded.com. 

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Q&A Time: LookWeAreIncluded.com talked with CEO Quinnesha Nicholson offline to understand her brand and movement for healthy skin and here’s what she told us!

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What’s your most popular product?

Screen Shot 2020-03-16 at 7.38.17 PMCEO Nicholson: My most popular selling product is my washbar “K-Oats” 

LookWeAreIncluded.com: Why are natural products so important to your skin?  

CEO Nicholson: Natural ingredient products, are important to me, because I always want to give my skin the best cleanse I possibly can, Did you know 60% of what you put on your body, goes into your blood stream. In with having Crohn’s I don’t want put tons of toxic soaps or heavily fragranced lotion on my skin.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: How do you know the right products to mix/put together for a good combination? 

CEO Nicholson: A LOT! of trial and error, testing and patience’s. I knew with my body butter I didn’t want an oily, runny body butter so I watched many videos and ran multiple trials of melting my body butter and adding in my extra oils. An with my washbars I knew wanted to give a good lather & moisturizer when washing your face so I incorporated natural ingredients that are good for that such as (sweet almond oil). I knew what I liked in certain skincare items from buying so many different skincare products, I used that knowledge and applied it to my products.

LookWeAreIncluded.com: What do you want people to know most about your business? 

CEO Nicholson: My business is more than just a skincare line, I want customers to know that acne is  normal everyone gets it but they don’t have to hide their reality, I want customer to work through their acne, while showing us and others reality, their reality.    Customers who want to support my business, can do the easiest thing outside of purchasing my products, which is spread the word and the experience they had with my brand as well as leave reviews on my website.


Book Today: Travel with Marissa Daniels CEO of Spread Your Wings Travel


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One Georgia Peach is helping people travel the world while becoming a thriving entrepreneur with over $100,000 in sales for 2019.

ImageMarissa Daniels, Chief Executive Officer of Spread Your Wings Travel  has made it her mission to bring people out of their comfort zone.  Daniels, a native from Snellville, Georgia and graduate of Valdosta State University understands the importance of ‘traveling outside your norm.’ She started her company in 2019 and is known for giving her clients a REASONABLE vacation price while having a great time.

“I wanted an extra source of income just to have an extra cushion. I did mystery shopping, taking surveys online, driving for Postmates and DoorDash, worked at a grocery store, anything I could find for extra money. I also participate in Brand Ambassador events as well. But those things didn’t fulfill me. I was just doing them to get extra money, but it didn’t have a purpose and it wasn’t paying me as much as I wanted, so I stopped it all and just gave it to God. I let Him handle it. Plus, my routine at home had become mundane, and I needed some excitement.

Book your next vacation here: travelwithmarissa@yahoo.com or call/text (678) 469-0825

Image-3Hearing her story LookWeAreIncluded.com reached out to CEO Marissa Daniels to understand WHY this is so important to her and how she is getting so much recognition? “I’m a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and one of our core values is community service. I consider this community service, granted I’m getting paid for it, but I’m still offering a service that is helping people find the best deal for their desired vacation,” Daniels told LookWeAreIncluded.com’s staff. 

Daniels really wants to target millennials who want to travel at REASONABLE price and she provides easy payment plans. “I have clients who are older, but 90% of my audience are between the ages of 20-35. I offer all-inclusive vacations (flight and all inclusive resort), domestic travel, international travel, cruises, luxury villas, cabins, hotels, and group travel. I also help people become travel agents! I have about 20 mentees who now have their own travel agency and it’s a blessing that I was able to introduce another stream of income for 13 families,” Daniels told LookWeAreIncluded.com

Book your next vacation here: travelwithmarissa@yahoo.com or call/text (678) 469-0825

This CEO plans on holding seminars and workshops to help other entrepreneurs and potential travel agents get started on their business. Daniels is sparking a lot of attention on social media; therefore if you would like to book your next vacation with Spread Your Wings Travel utilize the contact information above and send us a picture on your next flight!

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Question and Answer Segment with CEO Marissa Daniels

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83847LookWeAreIncluded.com: What business owner do you admire?

CEO Marissa: I can’t answer this question without first acknowledging my mother. She is a successful author of two books and runs an award-winning non-profit organization, Words of Comfort Ministries, Inc. Her organization’s promises focus is to offer hope to hurting women and those who search for help in their day-to-day challenges. You can read more about her organization here, wocministries.com.

  • I also admire Mia Ray. (@miaray). She is the creator of the “Glamaholic” brand where she sells totes, bags, hats, and other accessories. She started from the ground up, and now sells completely out every time she releases a new product! However, she always makes sure to emphasize that her success didn’t come overnight. It’s been a 10 year process, but she always remains humble and finds new ways to invest her money.

LokWeAreIncluded.com: What’s the message or legacy you want to leave behind?

CEO Marissa:  I want to be known as the girl who grew her business from the ground up, I recently reached $100k+ in sales for this year, and not only is it motivating to other people, it’s also motivating to me. It’s showing me that if I believe in myself, I can literally do anything I put my mind to. I’m proud of myself, and I hope my future kids can say they are proud of me as well.

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