13 Power Quotes from Women of Power - Black Enterprise
Black Enterprise Magazine July/August 2018 Issue

Whether you attended the 13th annual Women of Power Summit or not, you most likely saw the buzz online about all of the powerful moments that women were experiencing. From conversations about closing the pay gap; to rising and climbing through crisis; to how to stay woke and employed, women were empowered. There is only one place that women could hear from influencers such as Donna Brazile, Tina Knowles-Lawson, Iyanla Vanzant, Susan Rice, and a host of dynamic women and men, and that was at the Summit.

And, with multiple sessions being conducted at the same time, it was easy to miss a gem that one of the speakers shared. For that very reason, we have pulled together 13 notable quotes just in case you weren’t in the room.

Take a look at the emboldening words that were shared when it comes to living your best life personally and professionally. And, feel free to save and share them with a sister or two!

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And if these quotes aren’t enough, be sure to join the Women of Power community on Facebook where the conversation is ongoing about the Summit, success, and self-care.

 

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Lydia Blanco

Lydia T. Blanco is a proud Afro-Latinx digital-first multimedia journalist with a strong passion for truthful storytelling, photography and content strategy. Blanco is a 2016 graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and proud alumna of Bennett College for Women. At Columbia, her coursework included media management, tactical technology reporting, mobile video storytelling, digital content strategy, photojournalism and feature writing. She covered the ethnic beat of the Senegalese community in Harlem concentrating on business and religion. Her thesis is a 5,000-word A.P Style report exploring faith, justice and activism through a Harlem church. She received one of two honors awards in the Ethics of Journalism class with Dean Steve Coll. Blanco has experience in telling stories about social justice, health and wellness and technology with an emphasis in social impact. Her three years of experience in non-profit media have helped to shape her voracious storytelling as well as her digital and social media marketing skills.


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