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Asha Boston

About Asha Boston

Asha Boston is a freelance photojournalist and proud, recent grad of Agnes Scott College. Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, she spends her days writing articles and acting as the director and executive producer of her documentary series, The Dinner Table.

‘Pretty’ A Much Needed Conversation on The Media’s Representation of Black Women

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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Yes, My Work Playlist Is A Little…Ratchet. And? #Werk

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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Not Only Do Black Girls Rock, Black Girls Lead

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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Essence Magazine’s Editor-In-Chief Talks Career Leaps & Balance During NYC Luncheon

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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Just Graduated: How It Really Feels To Walk Across That Stage

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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WATCH: Misty Copeland in Coversation with Amy Astley

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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6 Tips for Networking at a Panel Event

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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The Fourth Annual Intern Queen Party Recap

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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Why Rejection Isn’t The End Of The World

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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RECAP: Women Interactive’s “Women Talk Tech”

In 2008, Ashley Ocampo started a blog while living in Miami, Florida. Today, the pint-sized powerhouse is better known by her brand name Ashley Outrageous, and since then she’s evolved from blogger to CEO of her own brand. As the founder of AshleyOutrageous.com her … Read More

Sequoia Blodgett took a page out of the entrepreneur’s handbook when she pivoted her life to become an entrepreneur before she even really knew what that was. Now, the founder of 7AM, an online platform for personal development, she has gone through … Read More

When was the last time you felt broken? After becoming a viral sensation following a now famous post on the Humans of New York blog, Nadia Lopez, principal of the Brownsville school Mott Hall Bridges Academy, asked the President of … Read More

Lizzy Okoro lives by the mantra, ‘She who dares, wins.’ After living in New York and working full-time while attending graduate school, Lizzy decided it was time to take a big risk and live out her passion for writing and … Read More

Community Builder. Advocate. Philanthropist. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation, Ana Oliveira, is an exemplary leader of one of the largest women’s philanthropic organizations in the country. With a decades-long career in community development and public … Read More

You may not know her name, but chances are you know her voice. Her thoughts, opinions and commentary reach across the airwaves going back to 1995 on stations including Power 105.1, Hot 97, 98.7 KISS FM, and now 107.5 WBLS, so … Read More

Science Geek. Intrapreneur. Digital Guru. These are the words that describe Katrina Craigwell, who was recently recognized as a WiCi Award honoree, identifying her as a rising star in the field of communications. As the Director of Global Content & … Read More

Black girls rock. Period. In a world where Black women are too often pushed aside, made to feel invisible, or hyper-sexualized this needs to be proclaimed — and thanks to Beverly Bond these words are more than just a mantra. … Read More

When you’re the daughter of the first Black man to build a billion-dollar business, it’s quite possible to feel overwhelmed to live up to such great expectation. But for Christina Lewis Halpern, the legacy of her late father, Reginald Lewis, … Read More

Born in L.A. and raised by a single father, Danisha Danielle Wrighster  showed strength and determination by taking on studies in Mass Communication at UCLA at the young age of 16, specializing in Business Administration. While it seemed as if all was … Read More

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