Marsha’s Makeovers isn't just about making money. The company, founded
by Marsha Page, believes in empowering young women, so much so that it
has spearheaded a movement called Pay It Forward. And for Women's
History Month, it will host a free event in Brooklyn: “A Celebration of
Phenomenal Women, Paving the Way for Our Girls.” The event, which will
take place on March 31, will salute young girls ages 7-18.
Ngo (pronounced EnGo) Okafor has gone through many interesting career
transitions. Okafor, originally from Nigeria, started out as a
successful boxer and, after creating his own fitness program, has become
one of the most sought after fitness trainers in NYC.
The best new restaurant in America, according to Esquire magazine, not
only is in Harlem but is African-American owned. The Cecil is NYC's first Afro-Asian-American brasserie and was opened by NY businessman Richard Parsons, former
chairman of Citigroup and former chairman and CEO of Time Warner,
and Alexander Smalls, famed restaurateur and chef. Recently, TNJ.com caught up with Smalls.
Jason Dukes has a unique approach when it comes to business coaching. And through Captains Chair Coaching, he offers personal, business, and
executive life coaching from his NJ/NY/NYC location, but has clients
Janine N. Truitt is Chief Innovations Officer at a company she founded
called Talent Think Innovations, LLC. It’s a talent management
consulting firm dedicated to helping start-ups as well as small to
mid-size businesses. Here, she tells us a bit about her road to launching the business.
Liquid Soul Media has been
creating some of the most dynamic and effective integrated marketing
campaigns of late. Most recently, they crafted the successful campaigns
for both the films 12 Years The Slave and Selma. Their client list includes the NBA, CNN, Warner Bros., Walmart and Fox
Searchlight. The two men behind the thriving boutique, lifestyle
marketing agency, CEO Tirrell Whittley and CMO Nick Nelson, talk to TNJ.com.