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Asha Bey

Asha meaning "full of life" was born and raised in New York City. Growing up with a big family and connecting with diverse people throughout life inspired Asha to take her communication skills to greater heights. After graduating with a Bachelor's in Mass Communications and a Master's in Business Administration, she aspires to write about topics relevant to the growth of young professional women. Aside from writing, Asha finds fulfillment in keeping up with fashion trends, indulging in self-care, attending social events and exploring new activities with family and friends.

More From Asha

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    Savage x Fenty Stores Set To Open In Time For Valentine's Day

    Rihanna is giving the fans what they want with the launch of brick-and-mortar Savage x Fenty stores, with some set to open in February.
    By Asha Bey
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    7 Women In Fashion & Beauty Who Had A Successful 2021

    These seven women in the fashion and beauty industry not only slayed the game but changed it. They had a winning year that will inspire us all for generations to come.
    By Asha Bey
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    8 Black Women-Owned Brands Offering Cyber Monday Sales — DON'T MISS OUT!

    This holiday season, treat yourself or someone else with a gift from one or all of the Black women-owned brands listed below. They’re having deals you don’t want to miss this Cyber Monday! 
    By Asha Bey
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    Anifa Mvuemba Invites Us Into Her Dreams Through The First Hanifa Dream D.C. Fashion Show

    Tuesday, November 16th officially became Hanifa Day after the designer of the luxury brand, Anifa Mvuemba celebrated 10 years of success with the brand by hosting the brand's very first live fashion show.
    By Asha Bey
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    Tabitha Brown Becomes The Co-Owner Of Vegan Restaurant Kale My Name

    Culinary sensation Tabitha Brown is opening up her first vegan restaurant in Los Angeles.
    By Asha Bey
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    Howard University Students Continue To Protest For Basic Living Conditions

    It’s been over a week since @HowardU students in Washington D.C began protesting on campus for basic living conditions. #BlackburnTakeover
    By Asha Bey
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    4 Latinx-Owned Brands You Need In Your Closet This Fall

    To spice up your closet this season, we highlighted some Latinx-owned fashion brands with pieces that not only add comfort, but coziness and culture to your closet.
    By Asha Bey
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    Today We Officially Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day For The First Time In History

    This October 11th is the first day Americans are officially celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Day nationally.
    By Asha Bey
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    7 Latinx Businesswomen To Support During National Hispanic Heritage Month And All Year Long

    One way we are celebrating National Hispanic Heritage month is by spotlighting 7 Latinx businesswomen who are empowering their community through their products.
    By Asha Bey
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    5 Things To Know About Allure’s New Editor-in-Chief, Jessica Cruel

    Allure announced Jessica Cruel as the beauty publication’s new Editor-in-Chief.
    By Asha Bey
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    The First Black Superstar, Josephine Baker, Will Be Honored At The Panthéon In Paris

    Josephine Baker’s remains will be reinterred at the Panthéon monument in Paris, making the entertainer who is also a World War II hero in France the first Black woman to get the country's highest honor.
    By Asha Bey
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    Brown University Students File Class-action Lawsuit For School Enabling Patterns Of Sexual Misconduct

    The Brown University lawsuit will represent all women, estimating 4,000, who attended Brown since 2018 and experienced sexual violence, but was neglected by the university.
    By Asha Bey
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    Angela Bassett Makes History As Highest-Paid Black Actress In TV History

    Angela Basset officially sets the bar with her new broadcast TV deal. After successfully negotiating a pay raise for her role in the drama series "9-1-1," Angela Basset made history as the highest-paid actress in television's history.
    By Asha Bey
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    Young Hollywood Actress And Producer Marsai Martin Launches Financial Literacy Series For Gen Z

    Martin made her name known in Hollywood for her role as Diane Johnson on the ABC sitcom show "Black-ish".
    By Asha Bey
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    Clark Atlanta University Clears and Cancels Student Account Balances for Spring 2020 – Summer 2021 Semesters

    Her Agenda is a digital media platform bridging the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. News, content, and a database of events and resources to help you get started or get to the next level of your career.
    By Asha Bey
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    Women-Owned Beauty Company Glossier Raises $80 Million In Series E Funding

    As a digital leader in the beauty industry, Glossier is a company who takes admirable risks.
    By Asha Bey
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    Zaila Avant-garde Makes History As The First African-American To Win Scripps National Spelling Bee

    Zaila Avant-garde, she studied words for 7 hours each day with the goal to win a Scripps National Spelling Bee.
    By Asha Bey
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    Jemele Hill Launches An Exclusive Podcast Network With Spotify To Amplify The Voices Of Black Women

    Once she began her podcast journey, Jemele Hill saw that there was a tremendous void in the voices of Black women.
    By Asha Bey
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    The 2021 BET Awards: The Women Who Ran The Show

    Women dominated entertainment categories this year and took home 2021 BET awards to prove it.
    By Asha Bey
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    ‘CultureCon @ Home’ Was A Massive Success, Now Meet The Black Women Who Made It Possible

    Conversations during this year's CultureCon ranged from topics in entertainment to tips for small business owners and wellness.
    By Asha Bey
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    She Is The Greatest of All Time: Simone Biles’ Record 7th U.S Gymnastics Title

    She is the greatest of all time: Simone Biles' record 7th U.S gymnastics title.
    By Asha Bey
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    Remembering Black-Women-Owned Businesses On Black Wall Street: 100 Years After The Tulsa Race Massacre

    100 years later, we reminisce on the worst racially charged violence in America’s history, the Tulsa Race Massacre.
    By Asha Bey
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    5 Ways To Build Up The Courage To Take Your Next Big Leap

    Join communities of like-minded women who are on a path of overcoming fears and accomplishing goals.
    By Asha Bey
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    4 Key Takeaways From Issa Rae’s Interview With Vanity Fair’s Yohana Desta

    In a recent interview with Yohana Desta from Vanity Fair, Issa not only gave a life and career update, such as the close to $40 million production deal with HBO’s parent company WarnerMedia, but detailed the projects she has been working on for the past couple of months.
    By Asha Bey
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    Teyana And Iman Shumpert Land New Reality TV Series On E!

    The premiere date of We Got Love Iman & Teyana is soon to be released.
    By Asha Bey
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