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Chantal Onelien & Clarissa Sinceno provide a forum to share your passion, expertise, talent & branding. Objective; To ensure that we are all in the know!

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The New York Women's Chamber of Commerce founded in 2002 Our Mission As a not-for-profit organization, the NYWCC is devoted to empowering and improving the quality of life for women in the New York area by providing the resources,... more

Brownstone Fitness is a personal training studio that provides quality instruction and coaching to help you meet your fitness and health goals. Whether you're interested in fat loss, athletic performance, or just looking good naked, join our... more

Ardis Penny Carlos is a communications liaison for young women, assisting them as their life coach, mentor and motivational speaker. In Ardis' corporate role, she is known as an Executive Assistant extraordinaire, Event Planner and a... more

The Harlem Diva Sings and talks to Chantal & Clarissa on In the Know Thats All She Wrote.

Princess Jenkins, President of Women In The Black and Founder of The Brownstone will talk to us about her upcoming event. The "Who's the Boss" Women's Business Conference

Lou Myers is currently working with Debbie Allen and Robin Givens on a new sitcom entitled "MY PARENTS, MY SISTER AND ME." He can also be seen preforming his one man cabaret show "Just a little bit of Somethin'" at Windows... more

Pamela V. Eatman-Skinner

Lauren Raysor is an attorney, author, and motivational speaker. In the course of her career, she's served as president of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, and worked for former New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer before... more

With more than 15 years experience and current history of providing training and development services with leading Fortune 500 companies, Marie Roker-Jones is a Certified Breakthrough Parenting® Instructor and Intrinsic Coach®... more

It started when I saw Diana Ross in the 1975 Oscar-nominated film, Mahogany says, Princess Jenkins, referring to her decision at age 16 to enter the fashion industry. In her early twenties, she opened her first boutique in Brooklyn, New... more