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African American Women Managers. Every one loves the idea of working for them selves, running their own company, having workers under them, calling the shots. Statistics show that African American women love the idea. Information on African American women managers.

Center for Women's Business Research
Every one loves the idea of working for them selves, running their own company, having workers under them, calling the shots and managing assets. Statistics show that African American women love the idea, According to a recent study from the Center for Women's Business Research, African American women launch businesses at a rate four times the national average, and they own everything from beauty shops and restaurants to boutiques, consulting firms, radio stations, advertising agencies and health spas.

African American women's interest in entrepreneurship has always had greater results than of women of other races. When you think of African American women managers think of Madam C.J. Walker, Cathy Hughes, Suzanne de Passe, Queen Latifah, Tracey Edmonds, Kimora Lee Simmons and Oprah. As of 2004, African-American women owned an estimated 415,000 firms. These businesses employ nearly 254,000 people and generate a total of $19.5 billion annually.

African American Women Managers, Tracey Edmonds

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Rolling Out - African American women managers, one of the few black female producers in Hollywood, Tracey Edmonds in her own words.

Oprah - African American women managers, Oprah Winfrey, Oprah's angel network, Oprah's books, the Oprah Winfrey show.

Madam C J Walker - The official website of Madam C.J.Walker, African American women managers.

Find Articles - While trying not to go off topic, here's a article you may find interesting regarding Black on Black management: African American managers can either help or hinder one another.

African American Women Managers, Oprah (Click to enlarge)

Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey is best known, perhaps, for her unique, compelling style and personal revelations as talk show host on The Oprah Winfrey Show, seen by 21 million viewers a week, in 105 countries. A shrewd and responsible businesswoman, Oprah has parlayed her initial success in television into numerous other ventures, including the creation of her own production company which now owns and produces her talk show.

African American women managers dont come bigger than Oprah. Despite her now legendary Midas touch - fame, power, and wealth virtually spring from all of her projects - Oprah has a different view of her status, for her, success is "getting to the point where you are absolutely comfortable with yourself ... to have the kind of internal strength and internal courage it takes to say, 'No, I will not let you treat me this way' is what success is all about."

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