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Sharelle Burt

Sharelle M. Burt is a content writer, marketing specialist and podcast host. Originally from Long Island, NY, she has been living in Charlotte, NC for the past eight years.

Sharelle found her love for writing and content curation on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC. After receiving her bachelor’s in Journalism & Mass Communications, she has written for several publications including the NY Daily News, Lioness Magazine, &; Travel Noire.

Sharelle enjoys working with nonprofits that benefit women-owned businesses by helping them scale their business. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, singing out loud, hanging with friends & family and taking her best friend Patrick for long walks. Keep up with Sharelle on IG and Twitter: @_sharelleb.

More From Sharelle

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    How ‘Girlfriends’ Taught Us Hard Lessons On Letting Go And Inspired Us To Aim Higher

    There's something magical about seeing a Black woman leading in a television show or movie. This sense of pride comes over us and and suddenly you feel seen.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    It’s The Fourth Quarter And It’s Time To Apply For These Grants

    Grants have been provided to businesses, large and small, in order to sustain. Many people don't take full advantage of grants for numerous reasons; they don't know how to find them, the time it takes to complete and more.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    The Black Talent Pool Isn’t Limited At All

    There are many reasons why people don't get the job after an interview. It could have been something they said, tardiness, or the hiring manager simply didn't think they were the right fit. For Black people, these same reasons may apply, however, there are a few more additions.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    Black Women And Mental Health: 3 Ways To Take Control And Take Care

    Not only is the country in the middle of a pandemic but the mental health capacity of Black women everywhere is in crisis.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    LOCAL HERO: How Lola Banjo Uses Her Luxe Accessory Brand To Support Women Entrepreneurs

    Entrepreneur and luxury accessories brand owner, Lola Banjo actively supports women entrepreneurs through her "Buy 1, Give 5 Program."
    By Sharelle Burt
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    How To Create Boundaries While Working From Home

    Whether working from home (with or without family) or another location, learn how to create and maintain boundaries to main productivity.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    Dear White Women, It’s Time To Speak Up: Part II

    As protests against police brutality and racial injustice continue, white women need to be real allies in these efforts to fight systemic issues.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    Dear White Women, It’s Time To Speak Up: Part I

    In light of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and other Black people, the world is protesting in the streets. Will white women finally speak up?
    By Sharelle Burt
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    How Black Women Are Using TikTok To Shine

    The popular video-based social media platform, TikTok, is a new favorite for Black women and girls, who are creating viral content.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    My Mother Beat Breast Cancer And Became A Life Survivor

    A daughter reflects on how her mother beat cancer. For Mother's Day, she's grateful for a woman who is not just a cancer survivor but a life survivor.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    Sexual Assault In Trump’s America: A Survivor’s Story Part II

    Has President Trump emboldened white men in the workplace to treat women poorly? As a sexual assault survivor Jennifer Everett believes he has.
    By Sharelle Burt
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    Sexual Assault In Trump’s America: A Survivor’s Story

    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 Sharelle Burt
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    How Creatives Are Using Social Media To Keep Their Brands Alive During Quarantine

    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 Sharelle Burt
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    Baby Boomers vs. Generation Z: How Millennials Are Bridging The Gap At Work

    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 Sharelle Burt
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    The Toll COVID-19 Is Taking On Pregnant Women

    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 Sharelle Burt
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    How COVID-19 Affects Women-Owned Business And What To Do About It

    The coronavirus or COVID-19 is a global crisis affecting everything from higher education to business; take advantage if you are woman-owned business.
    By Sharelle Burt
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