Seven Black Female Chefs You Should Know

I considered ending the year with a “Best of” series of culinary things that took place in 2019. That would’ve been ok. However, we all lived that. Went through it, either collectively or individually. Instead, let’s talk about the future. What we’re going to do as a community to support our best and brightest chefsContinue reading “Seven Black Female Chefs You Should Know”

A Tribute to a Legend: Remembering Toni Morrison

It took me until now to be able to speak about the passing of Toni Morrison. Not because I didn’t have anything to say. But instead because sometimes it takes that long to put into perspective just what a legend means to you. Every book she authored over her 40 plus year writing career, everyContinue reading “A Tribute to a Legend: Remembering Toni Morrison”

Women Making History Project: Dr. Madeline Y. Sutton

During the month of March, which is Women’s History Month, #DawsonWritesAmerica will be placing a spotlight on WOMEN MAKING HISTORY, a series acknowledging the very best of us.  Dr. Madeline Young Sutton knew from an early age that she wanted to be a doctor. There were several contributing factors that helped her reach that decision, but two that really stoodContinue reading “Women Making History Project: Dr. Madeline Y. Sutton”

Women Making History Project: Daria Petties

During the month of March, which is Women’s History Month, #DawsonWritesAmerica will be placing a spotlight on WOMEN MAKING HISTORY, a series acknowledging the very best of us.  Daria Petties recently spent her mornng at a Bronx elementary school speaking to students about future careers. She answered every question, and talked to them about what freedom really meansContinue reading “Women Making History Project: Daria Petties”

Women Making History Project: Wendy Reynoso

During the month of March, which is Women’s History Month, #DawsonWritesAmerica will be placing a spotlight on WOMEN MAKING HISTORY, a series acknowledging the very best of us.  Wendy Reynoso has 20+ years experience in the non-profit & global educational field, specifically working with vulnerable children and families. She has a proven track record in non-profit management, leadership coaching, fundraising, strategicContinue reading “Women Making History Project: Wendy Reynoso”

Women Making History Project: Natalie Griggs, Esq.

During the month of March, which is Women’s History Month, #DawsonWritesAmerica will be placing a spotlight on WOMEN MAKING HISTORY, a series acknowledging the very best of us. Natalie Griggs‘ goal is to change the world. As an Associate Attorney with The Fogle Law Firm in Atlanta, she is taking steps to do just that, representing clients in their immigrationContinue reading “Women Making History Project: Natalie Griggs, Esq.”

Women Making History Project: Danyelle Little, The Cubicle Chick

During the month of March, which is Women’s History Month, #DawsonWritesAmerica will be placing a spotlight on WOMEN MAKING HISTORY, a series acknowledging the very best of us.   Danyelle Little is a mother, an author, a blogger, podcaster, and social media powerhouse. She is also the creator of The Cubicle Chick, an award-winning blog and platform where she shares tips,Continue reading “Women Making History Project: Danyelle Little, The Cubicle Chick”