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Mavenly + Co

About Mavenly + Co

We aim to support young women who consider themselves self-starters with a strong entrepreneurial spirit and dream-fueled enthusiasm. Through career profiles, blog entries and videos, we assist women in creating a lifestyle by their own design. We encourage them to strive for their own definitions of success and create a road map for building a life they love. It is our hope this will serve as a resource to encourage women to take ideas they had as young girls and develop them as women. For more, check them out at http://mavenly.co/.

The Challenge To Live Simply, Starting Now

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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Email Tips & Tricks To Get More Time Back Into Your Day

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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How To Start Giving Yourself Permission To Take Risks

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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The Eternal Struggle – Balancing Career Success And Self Care

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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Why You Don’t Need A Mentor

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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How To Let Go Of Negative Friendships

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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How Shifting My Mindset Helped Me Go From Homeless To Bossed Up

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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The Secret To Figuring Out If You Are Qualified For The Job

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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How To Master The Art Of Working Remotely — It’s Not As Easy As It Seems

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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Life After College: Getting Ready For The Reality Check Of The Real World

“I’m a person who has poise under pressure.” As Comcast’s Executive Director for the Multicultural Consumer Service Department, Keesha Boyd firmly believes that maintaining a calm and collected composure even during the most stressful of situations will always help her … Read More

Putting the PR Back in Entrepreneurship isn’t just her book title, it’s the bedrock of Ronnika Ann’s mission in life. At just 27 years old, the Southern Belle publicist has garnered several big name clients almost as quickly as she speaks. … Read More

It seems as if Ann Shoket was there through it all; the complicated bits of our pre-teen years and our eager arrival to become a young adult. Now, the former Editor-In-Chief of Seventeen magazine (who also helped launch CosmoGirl) is … Read More

Even if you’re not familiar with Mahisha Dellinger, there is a strong possibility that you are very familiar with her brand, CURLS. Founded in California in 2002, the CURLS products can be found nationwide in Target, CVS, Sally’s Beauty Supply and Walmart. It … Read More

The politics of the body – how it moves into and through our country, how it occupies space, how it functions – have all been central to the national conversation since the Trump administration came into power. No one knows … Read More

Sayu Bhojwani is giving a voice to those some would like to see silenced- American immigrants. A self described restless citizen, Sayu is dedicated to providing alternatives to the face of American political leadership. She served in the public sector as … Read More

With an enviable position at a top magazine, a bustling side-hustle and a book on the way, it’s easy to assume Charreah K. Jackson is on top of the world. And you would be right. While the creator of BossBride.com … Read More

When Elayne Fluker speaks, you listen. With 20 years in the industry, she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to making your mark in media. After successful careers at publications such as Essence, People, and Martha Stewart Living, … Read More

Our nation’s current political climate is proving that now more than ever the power of using your voice is critical. Whether you are a college student or a young professional living in a big city, there is an opportunity to … Read More

Most of us remember where we were the day after the election. Julie Alvin, executive editor at Bustle, was at a bar with friends and fellow journalists who decided they would move beyond social media and take action. And, as a … Read More

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