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Innovation Thursdays with Mikki Taylor (Author. Speaker. Leading Beauty Authority & Influencer, Women of Color for 30+ years, Essence Magazine)
Join digitalundivided at Innovation Thursday as we welcome Editor-at-Large for Essence magazine Mikki Taylor for a fireside chat at BIGATL!
An icon in the beauty industry Mikki Taylor is the country's leading authority on inner and outer beauty for women of color, with more than thirty years of experience in media. Mikki is Editor at Large for Essence magazine and President of Satin Doll Productions, Inc., a strategic branding, consulting, and communications company. She is author of the critically acclaimed book Commander in Chic Every Woman's Guide to Managing Her Style Like a First Lady and her latest, book project Editor in Chic, How To Style and Be Your Most Empowered Self. In it Mikki offers the most practical and timeless information to inform, simplify, and move your life forward in ways you never dreamed of.
Light food and refreshments will be served.
Copies of Editor in Chic, How to Style and Be Your Most Empowered Self will be available for sale.
ABOUT AMARI RUFF
Amari started Sudu Logistics in 2014 after realizing the challenges diverse (minority, women, and veteran owned) carriers had competing and obtaining large contract opportunities from large corporations.
Amari most recently was CEO and founder of Global Optic Telco, a residential and commercial telecommunications services provider for Comcast, Charter, Time Warner and Cox among other large corporations. Amari started Global Optic with one technician and one truck and scaled it to 200+ trucks and five offices across the US in 3.5 years at which point it was acquired.
Amari articulates the Sudu vision and leads business development as he excels at acquiring large contract opportunities and providing high service standards. An avid sports fan, Amari brings a competitive and positive attitude always finding win-win solutions for everyone.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There is limited paid parking in the area so we strongly suggest public transportation or Lyft. We are a few blocks from the Marta 5 Points station.
What can I bring into the event?
Bring your thirst for knowledge, bring a friend and bring lunch!