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Valeisha Butterfield – Jones Named Head of Black Community Engagement for Google

Google continues to be one of the excelling companies in the professional industry and an advocate for diversity by naming Valeisha Butterfield – Jones as the new Head of Black Community Engagement.

The Co-Founder of the Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network and author of The Girlprint’s career furthered with the announcement from the industry titan this week.

In response, Butterfield-Jones issued a statement to her family and friends, which can be read below:

Family and friends —

For nearly two decades, I have worked tirelessly with each of you to ensure equal opportunities for people of color with a focus on the Black community, including women and youth. For years, we have locked arms to demand human rights and social justice.

As an extension of my racial and gender equality work and to continue to push our culture forward, I was named this week as the Head of Black Community Engagement for Google.

Congrats to Valeisha Butterfield – Jones on her new position.



15 Comments Valeisha Butterfield – Jones Named Head of Black Community Engagement for Google

  1. Candice

    Just to let everyone know she was a bully in high school. She constantly bullied me. She didn’t like that I dated black men. Heard her on the radio one day talking about bullying and I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. What she was saying not to do she did to me. So sorry but nothing special here to me!!!!

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    1. VM

      I don’t know Valeisha but I can recognize a hater from a mile away. I’m sure high school was a number of yrs ago. I suggest you leave it in the past and focus on all the blessings in your current life.

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  2. Marjorie Barnes Ham

    Wow. I knew her parents while we were in high school.
    Congratulations Valeisha on a job well done.
    Wide Awake Wilson is on the map again.

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  3. Ashley Bonhart

    Congrats to an Amazing mentor! Very well-deserving. Valeisha continues to be a positive example to not just young women looking for their purpose but a positive example who is good for the culture!

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  10. Patricia Easley

    Good Morning Valeisha- Congratulations on a well deserved position and Thank you for all your work and efforts to unify and change the disparity in this country when it comes to equality. I am the Director of Corporate for the Mid Eastern Athletic Conference which consists of 13 HBCU institutions. The position is new for me and I want so much to bring awareness of how great this conference is and reach National sponsors. Can you help me? I will do whatever I need to do to sit with you in counsel if just for an hour. This might be a long shot but we have not because we ask not. Looking forward to a positive reply.

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