NABWIC TALKS airs Wednesday mornings at 8:30 a.m. est as a benefit to the members of the National Association of Black Women In Construction. It is offered as an educational serivice to our listening audience. We bring our members and industry experts to you each week to educate, motivate and encourage professional connections.
Your host: Ersula K. Odom - CEO - Sula Too LLC, a Legacy Writing & Publishing company
Your Program Director: Tena Williams - CEO - Williams Professional Water Restoration Service LLC
Our guest-Tylene Henry is an entrepreneur, powerful change agent, and staunch advocate for socioeconomic parity. Tylene believes that her faith, character, and mindset of abundance have been the foundation of her continued success. Tylene has been referred to as the "follow up queen" as a result of her "3 P's" professional, patience, and persistence in developing relationships and access to resources necessary to create positive impact on the communities she serves. In addition to being a doting mother and aunt, Tylene owns and operates a professional financial services practice and a strategic business consulting firm; she serves as President-elect of the Detroit Area National Association of Black Women in Construction, Serves on Congress Woman Brenda Lawrence’s Women’s Advisory Committee, is a long time Mentor and Volunteer with the Rhonda Walker Foundation, serves on the Board of Fresh Perspectives Seminars, and is a volunteer facilitator with Youth For Global Health and Social Justice. Tylene also enjoys spending time with family, travel, and being of service in her community.