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4 Women You Probably Didn’t Know Were Making Boss Moves: The Power of Women Bosses

Not enough women in the entertainment industry receive the recognition they deserve. Here are 4 women that took the necessary steps during the month of April.

1. KIARA MICHÉ REED

 

Kiara is a Creative Project Manager and Editorial Stylist working in both the fashion and entertainment industry. From being an intern at Agentry PR and Fashion Assistant at Bergdorf Goodman, Kiara gained experience working along-side celebrity stylists and fashion designers [before branching out to do personal styling]. Her work has been featured in magazine issues like BLEU magazine.

Kiara currently serves as a Project Manager. She works across brands like CÎROC Vodka, and CÎROC VS at Combs Enterprises. At the company she manages timelines, deliverables, and creative assets, which allows her to see through projects from start to finish.

With a background in PR, she is a trained media relations coordinator who’s experience allows her to lead the flawless execution of brand partnerships, events, and projects.

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2. SYDNI ALLYSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sydni Allyse is a New Jersey native and recent graduated of Clark Atlanta University. She is also the founder and creator of First Class Collection, a clothing brand founded in February 11, 2018. Sydni says “the concept behind First Class Collection was designed with YOU in mind; in that dope pieces of athleisure wear were created that could be worn in various ways.”

“Each piece represents a unique quality and versatility, making it more than a brand but a lifestyle.” And we all know that your lifestyle begins with a thought, an establishing of goals that once achieved creates an individual level of success that cannot be duplicated or measured.”

First Class Collection is versatile and allows everyone to be their best selves! It can be worn to a work out session, or club; that decision is entirely up to you. Every Wednesday, the brand does a ‘Black Business Shout Out’ on my Instagram, highlighting African American businesses and artist.

Currently the brand is available online at www.firstclassco.store.

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3. TIFF MCFIERCE

Tiff McFierce was once again this years official music curator for BeautyCon NY, and their first ever music curator for 2018! Soundtracking tunes for top brands and venues as a sought after DJ and music coordinator, Tiff McFierce is also the first woman and first black woman to be resident DJ for the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. From years of curating  her own events and parties all over the country Tiff also created her wellness series, Look IN vs Lookin’ is a safe space of music, movement and meditation for women of color to make sure they’re taking care of self everyday.

I’m really really big on music, movement, meditation and understanding that my gift from God is a gift and its a medium. But my purpose as a healer, is to heal myself. So I create spaces with my peers of humans, where we can just get together and do a movement like Yoga or Dance.

Having a background as a professional dancer allows Tiff to dance and engage with audiences while she’s DJing which they love! Combined with her knowledge of music, and personality, Tiff McFierce truly is a curator of experience and shape shifter. Tiff says that she genuinely likes to meet people on a ‘high vibration.’ Ever since she was young, her mother shared the memory of her always dancing, having a good time and gravitating towards music — just at four year old!
@TiffMcFierce // @Look_INvsLookin

For me, music is not just my job- it’s my meditation, its literally my everything. I absolutely love music

4. TINA FRENCH

Tina is the founder of ‘Hollywood Melanin,’ a platform dedicated to highlighting and celebrating black talent in Hollywood. Tina says “I feel that very often great projects by black filmmakers are being overlooked and this page is meant to push those projects to the forefront, make them a priority. My goal for HM is for it to become a platform where creatives of color can truly shine and receive the recognition they deserve.”

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