No fewer than 13 outstanding female entrepreneurs have won the 2021 Women of Color Achievement Awards.
The awardees include Ida Abdalkhani of Ability to Engage; Robin Booth, Booth Management Consulting; Aisha Bowe, STEMBOARD; Denita Conway, Proven Management, LLC; Lilly Harris, Man-Machine Systems Assessment; Fatimah Moody, LinkVisum Consulting Group, Inc.; and Tamara Nall of TLN Worldwide Enterprises, Inc.
Others are Lynn Petrazzuolo of Avanti Corporation; Angela Reddix, ARDX; Suann Song, Appointed, LLC; Tabatha Turman, IFAS, LLC; Vicki Vasques, Tribal Tech, LLC; and Kalilah Wright of Mess in a Bottle.
In collaboration with the Women Presidents’ Organization, the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. announced the honorees of the 2021 Women of Color Achievement Awards for “outstanding professional achievement and demonstrating exemplary community service.”
James Thompson, President of the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C., said they were honored to host the award in Northern Virginia and excited to partner with WPO.
Thompson commended the honorees for their success in business, philanthropic generosity, and community service.
Thompson said the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. believes that economic empowerment is the key to community improvement.
Thompson added that they were pleased to support the organizations’ efforts to create pathways for financial independence and serve as an example for people of color to emulate.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with 100 Black Men as we acknowledge this distinguished group of influential women business leaders,” Camille Burns, CEO of the WPO, said. “They demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities as the heads of multi-million-dollar businesses. They also devote their time and energy to improving the quality of life in their local communities. We salute all of Greater Washington D.C.’s powerful award winners.”
The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. was established in 1995 and “aims to improve the quality of life for African Americans within the community through economic empowerment, education, health and wellness, and mentoring programs.”
The Women Presidents’ Organization is a peer advisory organization that connects women who own multi-million-dollar companies spanning several industries, from legal and financial services to real estate and event planning and beyond.