Q: How would you describe your SwagHer? What makes you, you?
Jacqueline: I understand the importance of showing up authentically. I understand the power in being uniquely you.
Q: Tell us a little about your platform.
Jacqueline: I host a TV talk show and quarterly virtual symposium. The TV talk show is held every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. In each show, I interview a female entrepreneur, and we talk openly about the ups and downs along the journey of entrepreneurship. Each guest leaves the audience with tangible tools and/or techniques that foster personal, professional ad/or leadership development.
The virtual quarterly symposiums bring African-American women Entrepreneurs together to provide personal, professional, and leadership development for coaches and consultants to grow their business.
Q: What inspired your platform?
Jacqueline: The need to bring African-American women together to support, encourage, inspire and educate one another. In line with the philosophy of collaboration over competition. I love this African proverb “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
Q: What type of viewer/ reader/ listener would you say your outlet is ideal for?
Jacqueline: African-American women between the ages of 30-55 who own their own coaching and/or consulting.
Q: What do you find most rewarding about your work?
Jacqueline: Connecting with other women entrepreneurs, listening to their stories, and developing mutually reciprocal relationships.
Q: What advice would you give to others considering a career in media?
Jacqueline: Stay true to who you are and your life’s purpose.