Women (Women of Power) - Black Enterprise
Black Enterprise Magazine January-March 2019 Issue

Mahisha Dellinger Launches ‘Black Girls Making Millions’ Academy for Women Entrepreneurs

Mahisha Dellinger Launches ‘Black Girls Making Millions’ Academy for Women Entrepreneurs

Mahisha Dellinger, founder and CEO of CURLS L.L.C., is not shy about sharing her story of how she went from growing up underprivileged to now being the owner of the multimillion-dollar beauty brand. Furthermore, she goes the extra mile to educate women who are aspiring entrepreneurs and uplift those in business. Now she’s bringing a community of women together June 6-9 in Los Angeles for the first annual Black Girls Making Millions Academy.

Mahisha Dellinger, founder and CEO of CURLS L.L.C., is not shy about sharing her story of how she went from growing up underprivileged to now being the owner of the multimillion-dollar beauty brand. Furthermore, she goes the extra mile to educate women who are aspiring entrepreneurs and uplift those in business. Now she’s bringing a community of women together June 6-9 in Los Angeles for the first annual Black Girls Making Millions Academy.

[Video] CEO of Lip Bar Turns Passion for Beauty Into Burgeoning Cosmetics Business

When Melissa Butler’s passion to create a more purposeful career called, she found herself exiting Wall Street and entering her kitchen where she cooked up a recipe for lipstick—which undoubtedly became her formula for success. Butler had a vision to inspire women through beauty products and after many attempts at making lipstick in her New York apartment, she created The Lip Bar.

She Creates a Facebook Healing Space for 20,000 Black Therapists

Creating safe spaces for others is second nature for therapists and mental health professionals as they establish trust and build relationships with their clients. But finding a community for themselves to unwind is often an afterthought.That is why Deran Young, LCSW, founded Black Therapists Rock on Facebook.

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