Tracee Ellis Ross Launches Website
Black Enterprise Magazine July/August 2018 Issue

(Image: Tracee Ellis Ross, Facebook)

When you are daughter to Queen of Motown Diana Ross, a woman who can still stop a crowd upon entering a room, the expectations for your career and overall aura are set pretty high. However, Tracee Ellis Ross has marched to the beat of her own drum and, might I add, quite successfully.

The fashion influencer even has the digital influence to back it up with over 164,000 Twitter followers, 38,000 Facebook likes and 101k “Instafriends.”

Now, the style icon is giving fans an even closer look into her life with the launch of her own website, Traceeellisross.com . The Girlfriends star, who has been counting down to the big day via her social media sites, launched her website on Monday.

A mix of fashion and beauty tips coupled with inspirational and health-conscious posts, Ross’ site was well worth the wait. The site, which is part of the Women’s Influencer Network, evokes style and grace with its clean-meets-modern layout. As any successful site should, it loops in all of the actress’ social media profiles for easy shareability.

Ross is not the only celebrity who is giving folks a closer look. “Destinantion Iman,” a web magazine by supermodel-turned-CEO Iman, debuted in September, while Beyonce launched her Tumblr site filled with personal pictures earlier this year.

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Janel Martinez

With a focus on news and the under 35 crowd, Martinez develops engaging, daily reports for BlackEnterprise.com. She also pens the blog, After School Daze: Life After Undergrad, where she delves into the day-to-day issues and concerns of recent graduates trying to adapt to life off campus. Prior to Black Enterprise, the Bronx, N.Y. native contributed to Latina, Latina.com, Honeymag.com, Syracuse Record and The Post-Standard. When she's not writing articles, the self-proclaimed travelista is on the prowl for her next excursion.   Martinez holds a bachelor's degree in magazine journalism and sociology from Syracuse University.


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