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TOnight we will learn about Madam C.J. Walker First African-American Female Millionaire

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Tonight we will be honoring our first self made millionaire woman, Madam C. J. Walker, African American Woman. Delores Burgess who is an expert speaker, singer, and author. and a two time breast cancer survivor and one of few wellness speakers who understands and communicates breast cancer and health and wellness issues specific to the needs of all audiences and helps educate, inform and unify entire work forces in understanding cultural differences and support needs of working women. will be answering questions as to the principles, as she Delores has studied this great woman and is using many of her principals Mrs. C.J. Walker used to make her millions. Everyone today, can benefit from using these same principals. Madam C.J. Walker became known as the wealthiest African-American woman of her time and, to her credit, she used her prominent position to fight against racial discrimination and her substantial fortune to support civic, educational, and social agencies to aid her fellow African-Americans. Some of the questions we will be answering are: Give the background of Sarah Breedlove's earlier childhood. How did she niche herself? What inspired her to develop products? How did she market her products? What were her values in her business? Why do you think she was known as Mrs. C.J Walker rather than Sarah Walker? As an overview, what were the principles she used? What advice do you think she would have given young women today in starting and developing a business? She is such an inspiration to all women. What is her legacy and how is she honored today? We feel that people can learn great business acumen from our self made millionaires and we are honoring women who have done it.