Magazine article Black Enterprise


Magazine article Black Enterprise


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I read Jacqueline Y. Metcalfe's article on casting director Kimberly Hardin ("Casting A Wide Net," Powerplay) in the December 1998 issue of BLACK ENTERPRISE.

I am a 20-year-old accounting major in college who has her sights set on becoming a casting director. Reading your article gave me a lot of insight into how much determination and hard work is needed to pursue this kind of career. I feel that Hardin would be an excellent role model for me.

Tricia J. Wright

Providence, Rhode Island


As a female entrepreneur in the advertising specialities business, I have found your magazine to be a valued resource for information during the three years since I became a subscriber. Each month, I get quality education on one area or another that affects my business and me personally, [such as] importing and exporting goods, balancing employee motivation vs. company goals, networking within the industry and giving back to my community.

BE is a positive source of inspiration to women like me who have an international business and must learn to "think globally and act locally."

Foluke Ayuba

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


The first issue of BE that I've read--a gift from my husband--was worth every penny he spent! I am a mother of two sons under the age of three, and I recently resigned from a position as a biostatistician to spend more time with them. With my goal of operating a profitable home-based business enterprise, I found the November 1998 issue inspiring and informative. …

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