The Working Girl's Guide: African American Women You Must Pay Attention Too.

Chloe X Halle

These two sisters are killing it right now, multi-talented isn't the word to describe these two. Not only are they serving sass and looks on the hit show "Grown-ish". But these ladies were nominated for two Grammy awards and performed at the 2019 Super Bowl. Queen Bey even expressed how proud she was of these two. Now I don't know about you but I can't tell which one is better, a Grammy nomination or a shout out from Beyonce.

Stacey Abrams

This has been the year of black women voted into office, with over 19 black women elected and re-elected for office in January. Stacey Abrams ran for Governor of Atlanta in 2018, and though she didn't win she's still a winner in our eyes. An author and Politician, Stacey Abrams hasn't given up hopes to obtaining office. Just recently, Abrams delivered a daring speech during the Democratic response to the State of Union. Stacey Abrams has a bright future ahead off, who knows maybe one day we'll see Abrams for President. Look out for campaign stickers and more!

Michelle Obama

Mr. President Barack Obama better watch out! Before he knows it we'll be referring to him as Michelle Obama's husband because she is killing! Our forever first lady is now a bestselling author with her autobiographical memoir " Becoming Michelle". She has always been a woman to watch but this year has been an amazing year, allowing us to see just how inspirational and awesome she really is!

Marsai Martin

Now I know she's just 14 years old but a young women none the less, she's making boss moves. Starring as Diane on ABC's "Blackish" she's an emerging talent. As the youngest Executive Producer in Hollywood, her new film "Little" starring Issa Rae and Regina Hall is expected to be a good one! We are looking forward to seeing what life has in store for this young woman.