In this weekend’s all-new episode of Women of Power TV hosts Caroline Clarke, Shartia Brantley and Dariany Santana bring insights and highlights from key figures at Black Enterprise’s 10th Annual Women of Power Summit.
In a one-on-one interview with award-winning journalist Susan L. Taylor, viewers learn how one of the most influential black women in journalism has transitioned from her long tenure as editor-in-chief of Essence magazine to now a mentoring maven who’s determined to positively impact the next generation through her National CARES Mentoring Movement. A recipient of the 2015 Women of Power Legacy Award, Taylor shares how her journalism career and philanthropic work has shaped her to be the power women she is today.
Then in our Power of the Purse segment, viewers learn about the “Women’s Wealth Imperative” and how they can work towards improving their financial fitness for not only themselves, but for their family and community as well. Next, in an all-new segment of Power Forward, Spelman College President Beverly Tatum, Ph.D. talks the power of education. A recipient of the 2015 Barbara Graves Legacy Award, Tatum opens up about her work in leading one of the nation’s top HBCUs and her plans post-retirement. Lastly, Women of Power TV takes a look back at 10 dynamic years of empowering, uplifting and inspiring women to take charge of both their personal and professional life.
Catch an all new episode of Women of Power every weekend, Saturdays via your local station (check your local listings), and Sundays at 10:30 a.m. EST on TV One.