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    Sanya Richards-Ross on Success from Olympic Gold to Reality TV

    Speed queen Sanya Richards-Ross—the fastest American woman in history over 400 meters—has some unlikely-sounding advice for young people starting out in life: slow down! The four-time Olympic gold medalist and five-time world champion runner cautions against missing out on today because you’re so focused on getting to tomorrow. Looking back...

    The Evolution of Nick Cannon from Teen Writer to Icon

    Most people have a few more years on them by the time they become seen as something of an elder statesman in their industry, but Nick Cannon has that recognition in the entertainment world while still in his early 40s. In the quarter century since becoming the youngest staff...

    WayMaker Journal Celebrates Founder and Publisher Louis Carr

    As president of media sales at BET for more than 20 years, Louis Carr has spearheaded the network’s growth as a key multicultural space for some of the world’s leading brands. Under his leadership, strategic partnerships with businesses including Procter & Gamble, Unilever, McDonald’s, General Motors, Facebook and Apple have...

    Aulston Taylor Is Schooled for Success

    The seeds of Aulston Taylor’s success in business were planted during his years at New Orleans’ famed St. Augustine High School—and once they had borne fruit, he left a lucrative career to go back there and help other young men develop so that they can reach higher too. Taylor decided...

    Lisa Wardell on Profitability and Social Impact as Black Female CEO

    People told Lisa Wardell they were excited to have a Black female CEO when she was named to the leadership of Adtalem Global Education, a leading provider of education and workforce solutions to the medical and healthcare industry, and they wanted to know what she was going to do...

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