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An Open Letter From a Black Female Founder

The time to stand up for things that advance the African American community is now. As a Black woman, founder, mother, daughter, and friend, it hurts to see the injustices brought on our communities consistently. The unjust murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Amaud Arberry, Eric Garner, Kalief Browder, Trayvon Martin, and too many others continue to happen at the hands

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#CareerGoals – Sade’s New Career Journey

Sade recently found her new career opportunity through Noirefy. We’re so excited for the new doors that have opened for her and we’re even more excited that we get to share her career journey! Meet Sade Ayinde and congratulate her on her new career. Name: Sade Ayinde Hometown: Washington, D.C School: University of Maryland Professional Title: Analytics Professional and Product

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How Men Can Leverage Their Privilege To Empower Women in the Workplace

Men have an undeniable power and privilege in the workplace,  how can they leverage those in order to empower their female colleagues? Our CEO Shaniqua Davis was recently at the 31st annual Forum on Workplace Inclusion that opened the third week of April. Davis sat on the panel about “Redefining Masculinity in Leadership” and told attendees about the need

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Latesha Byrd Says You Can Have A Career You Love, Even If You Have No Idea Where To Start

Latesha Byrd is what many may call an “accidental entrepreneur.” Latesha graduated from UNC and received a degree in Accounting. Immediately after graduating she went to North Carolina State University to receive her Masters in Accounting. “I thought I was going to be a CFO one day,” she recalled. We talked about her early childhood. How she grew up in

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Maya Patterson On Why The Tech Industry Can Be A Lonely Place For Blacks & POC

When I called Maya she had recently landed from a trip to Thailand and was feeling a bit jetlagged. We spoke about inexpensive Thai massages, good food and how she met the CEO of Noirefy, Shaniqua Davis before she landed her job at Facebook. I asked her about getting her start in Product Design, frustrations as a Black person in

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