For Immediate Release -- July 4, 2017
Contact: Dr. Shekina Farr Moore, Publisher
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Atlanta, GA – B2F Girls Worldwide, in partnership with Literacy Moguls Publishing Co., today announced the selected expert entries for the new anthology, Black Girls Hear. The book will feature 40-50 contributors from across the country and six selected expert authors. Topics include stories from black women's experiences with marginalization as well as themes of gender bias, racial discrimination, barriers to career advancement, intersectionality and personal growth. The paperback book and e-book will be available in the winter of 2017.
Expert Author Lucie Matsouaka has been selected to offer expert advice and contribute to the Black Girl Hear Anthology to empower minority women caught in the cross hairs of intersectionality. Lucie brings a wealth of personal and career knowledge as well as a unique experience with the phenomenon, having lived in another country and having moved to the United States later in life. She shares her riveting experiences transitioning and adapting to life in the United States as a "Black woman".
Lucie Matsouaka is an Entrepreneur, Business Coach and Bilingual Mentor (French and English). Her purpose is to empower, guide and teach entrepreneurs personal and emotional development in order to stand out and be successful. Currently, she is working with business owners in the USA, Europe and Africa, supporting them on their journey, and giving them the tools necessary to navigate the emotional rollercoaster of entrepreneurship.
Rooted deeply in her personal experience and voyages, her trainings are tailored to the social and cultural environments of her clients, which offers a unique perspective to the solutions she provides to help them reach their goals. A wife and mother of two children, her company is called L'Émergence de l'Entrepreneur, avec Lucie S. M. Lucie resides in Cary, North Carolina.
Learn more about Lucie at www.eelsm.com.
Black Girls Hear
"Black women and girls must often navigate through a landscape that reinforces multidimensional stereotypes and debilitating narratives that negatively impact how black femininity is understood."
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