Sun, 11 March 2018
When Beyonce's "Lemonade" came out, Yvette Noel-Schure, her 20+ year publicist, admitted that she saw an opportunity on a global level for a generational healing to begin happening.
In her first-sit-down conversation with the millennial (Elaine Welteroth, Editor in Chief of Teen Vogue) she paved the road for without even knowing it decades as Editor of Black Beat Magazine in 1986, Yvette shares intensely personal stories, while Elaine goes in-depth on her creative process, for Teen Vogue, and now her TV credits including Grown-Ish, the power of surrendering instead of hustling, and what this next generation of women leaders and thinkers need to understand about foundational values before pursuing dreams.
Love these women, and am so grateful for their time, energy and collective wisdom.
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