THIS BROADCAST HAS BEEN PRE-RECORDED
This broadcast will sure to be a wonderfully intriguing and honest conversation between sisters, friends and family. A conversation that’s usually had while at the hair stylist or between girlfriends getting together for some TLC. The decision surrounding whether a Black/African- American woman changes the texture of her hair is about much more than a hair style. It's a conscious decision to be free! Listen in on this discussion on Tuesday, April 21st at 7 pm. Any questions or comments can be shared on the Life Coach Radio Network Facebook page or emailed directly to Tamarra@Dare2doitnow.com
Denise Bennett is an HR Consultant, Adjunct Instructor and the owner of D. Antoinette Designs, a custom design jewelry business. She shed her chemically treated hair in 2001 and has never looked back! (DAntoinetteDesigns.com)
Monique Causley is an Asbestos Management consultant by day and licensed beautician by night. She helps women lift their self-esteem by expressing their inner beauty through the care of their hair. She has been “natural” since 2005.
Delores Crawford is a Tax Examiner for the State of New Jersey. She’s also a wife and mother of two beautiful boys. She’s been “natural” since 2003
Lisa Shepard Stewart is an author and owner of Cultured Expressions, a specialty company that promotes the use of authentic African textiles and embellishments in sewing, quilting and crafts. She embraced her natural hair in 2000. (www.CulturedExpressions.com).
Tamarra Causley Robinson is a Certified Professional Coach who helps professional women make career moves that matter (www.dare2doitnow.com). She’s been “natural” since 2009.