Women of Power TV is a FRESH half-hour series providing an in-depth, and intimate look, into the lives of some of the most fascinating women. Women of Power TV features success secrets, strategies, and advice from the corporate boardroom to the hills of Hollywood. Women of Power TV uplifts, motivates and celebrates women of color.
Stacey Abrams Campaigns to Make History in the South
On this edition of Women of Power, we talk to Stacey Abrams, who is on the verge of making history by becoming the first African American woman elected governor of Georgia. She tells us why she's running. Then, we talked celebrity publicist and author Terrie Williams, who is motivating women to power forward in mind, body and spirit. From there, we highlight Joi Gordon, CEO of Dress for Success. She explains the new opportunities her organizations give to women getting back into the workforce. And finally, we get a lesson in skin care with Seven Brown, the founder of Harlem Skin & Laser Clinic.
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