A.W.E. Spotlight – True Corporate Chic

In an effort to always bring you the latest and greatest information, I am happy to present another installment of our Advisory of Women Entrepreneurs Spotlight interview series.

We designed this series to, not only showcase our community of amazing women entrepreneurs, but to also share their best tips, strategies and insights for wanna-be and established women entrepreneurs.  Our mission for this community is to bring an incredible group of women together to inspire, motivate, and support women in business by networking, collaborating, and, in the case of this spotlight series, showing you why they shine so brightly!

This week I am so pleased to share my interview with Tawana Necole, Founder of Corporate Chics, LLC.

In our interview, Tawana shares her biggest start-up challenges after being “released” from her full-time job, the motivation behind creating Sistergirl Tuesdays, why her best decision was to simply give up control, and what the 3 E’s are that make up her business philosophy. You are going to love this interview because Tawana’s spunky, “can-do” attitude is truly contagious! Enjoy!





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Highly motivated and deeply passionate about entrepreneurship and women, Tawana currently is self-employed and works as a consultant and visionary leader. Holding a Bachelor’s in Business Management and a Master of Arts in Business Security and Organizational Management, Tawana Necole is the Founder of Corporate Chics, LLC. She believes in learning from important life lessons and communicates wisdom through her contributions as an expert blogger and freelance writer. Corporate Chics, LLC was created to assist new entrepreneurs and small businesses with an array of start-up initiatives. She is also a sought after speaker for graduation commencements, and leads many seminars, receptions, and workshops {i.e. GASP Student Initiative Weekend 2009; National Urban League’s Black Executive Exchange Program 2010; InRoads 2005 Atlanta Intern Coordinator just to name a few}. Her first short film, The Diary of the Girl Who Committed Suicide, is completed and is being submitted to film festivals. She is working on Corporate Chics the trilogy, a Drama/Comedy, and a Documentary. BlogLive, a sub-brand of the conglomerate brand, is a social platform created for bloggers and like-minded entrepreneurs to organically network while having valid-candid discussions.

Believing that our sole purpose in life is to serve others, Tawana is a co-founder of the group and is currently serving as the Executive Director of SSE, Inc. The non-profit, charity based organization, focuses on the importance of sisterhood, support and professionalism. Some of the organization recent accomplishments include providing 1800 books to the students that attend East Broad Elementary, etiquette workshops to Girl Scout troops, an annual $300 scholarship, and the popular program many organizations are adopting, From Caterpillar to Butterfly™

Tawana is a native of Wadmalaw Island, SC, the mother of two healthy boys, and currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her family. Connect with her on Twitter and Facebook, and sign up for your 30 minute consultation.

A personal thank you to Tawana Necole for honoring me as her featured entrepreneur this month! 🙂

2 Comments

  1. Posted July 29, 2011 at 7:25 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Thanks Randy for your comment. The HANDCUFFS are OFF!!!!! My new credo!

  2. Posted July 28, 2011 at 8:29 am | Permalink | Reply

    Tawana, you don’t have to be a woman to be inspired and gain a lot of insight from your video. Ten years ago, I too was layed-off from my corporate job after 14 years.

    To this day, I firmly believe it added 20 years to my lifetime! By accident, I landed in real estate and not a day has gone by that I haven’t looked forward to getting up and get going.

    The handcuffs are OFF. No longer does anyone decide…. how much money I will make; whether I want to take a day off; who I will hire or fire; spend extra time with the family, friends, or just myself.

    Being layed off has inspired you to start exploring your potential and finding out that you are limited only by your own beliefs. Congratulations!!

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