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Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Black Women Speakers Speak Out for Women’s History Month

Dr. Geneva J. Williams Living Her Legacy Out Loud

Dr. Geneva J. Williams on the cover of Speakers Magazine

Detroit, MI — This month in Speakers Magazine, the publication celebrates Women’s History Month with a cover story on Alpha Kappa Alpha (AKA) Golden Soror, Dr. Geneva J. Williams, who is also the President of Dr. Geneva Speaks, LLC. A Golden Soror is someone who has been active in the AKA sorority for more than 50 years. Dr. Geneva began her legacy as an AKA at Morgan State University, a Baltimore HBCU.

“Making a difference” is a core principle and a driving force of Dr. Geneva’s efforts. She is a master leadership strategist, a certified life coach, a podcaster, and an author of several books and online courses.

Through her leadership, she has impacted and influenced communities towards positive change. The beauty of this demonstrated leadership is that it is also part of her family’s legacy; her Civil Rights activist parents overturned the unfair housing laws against Blacks. Her late father challenged the laws all the way up to the Supreme Court so Blacks can live in predominantly white neighborhoods in New Jersey. Together they wrote a book called, Justice on the Jersey Shore available on Amazon.

Dr. Williams and the other women featured in this issue strive to elevate and motivate others. “That’s what great speakers do. We should all celebrate that,” said Pam Perry, publisher of Speakers Magazine.

Featured in the March issue of Speakers:

Sharrarne Morton, On-Air Personality on SiriusXM

Silver Rae Fox, Media Personality and Author

Tisha Hammond, Small Business Cheerleader

Dr. Franchell Hamilton, Wellness Doctor, Author, and Bariatric Surgeon

Karen Taylor Bass, Media Coach, and Yoga Instructor

Kimi Johnson, Purpose-Driven Speaker, and Online Course Creator

Articles by TC Cooper on How to Build a Profitable Speaking Business and an article by Stephanie Michelle on How to Dress and Style for Virtual Stages are also in the issue, which is available for free online.

Watch Dr. Geneva Williams’ interview with the Black Speakers Network Brian Olds, Cier Black, Speakers Magazine feature writer, and publisher Pam Perry here: https://YouTube.com/watch?v=7-bEEtq2saI

To download the current or previous issues, view the speaker reels of the featured speakers or to learn about Speakers Magazine, visit SpeakersMagazine.net.

For press inquiries, contact Leah Hubbard at staff@pamperrypr.com or (248) 690-6810.