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Meet Jillian Ligon Bowers…A Public Health Program Administrator Dedicated to Creating Change Through Research

by Javaughnae Malone May 01, 2022 186

National Minority Health Month (NMHM), is a time to call attention to and raise awareness about the vast health inequalities that continue to affect people across racial and minority groups. It’s also a time to encourage collective action through health education, early detection, and control of disease complications. The 2022 NMHM theme this year is […]

Meet Marjorie Seltzer: A Nurse Practitioner Committed to Serving Others

by Javaughnae Malone April 30, 2022 220

This April, as we mark National Minority Health Month (NMHM), a time to call attention to and raise awareness about the vast health inequalities that continue to affect people across racial and minority groups. It’s also a time to encourage collective action through health education, early detection, and control of disease complications. The 2022 NMHM […]

Meet Arielle Hollins, A Healthcare Leader: Advocating and Saving Lives

by Javaughnae Malone April 21, 2022 210

  This April, as we mark National Minority Health Month (NMHM), a time to call attention to and raise awareness about the vast health inequalities that continue to affect people across racial and minority groups. It’s also a time to encourage collective action through health education, early detection, and control of disease complications. The 2022 […]

Understanding Government Contracting

by Javaughnae Malone March 14, 2022 365

According to Kay Hensen, a retired Army Contracting Officer, “Contracting with any government agency (federal, state, or local) is unlike working with any other client.” Kay says, “Don’t be overwhelmed with the rules and restrictions – it all comes down to a few points: Did you provide the supplies/services the government requested? Did you perform […]

Real Estate Mogul, Changing Lives One Property At A Time

by Javaughnae Malone March 09, 2022 313

Nicky Isaac is an Alabama board-certified Real Estate professional. She is the CEO/Owner of Nicky’s Investment Group, LLC, a successful real estate investing company in Mobile, AL. She says, “the will and determination to succeed drives her to be successful in her business every day.” Nicky’s greatest passion in life is to teach others about real […]

NASCAR – A Black History Affair at Daytona 500

by Javaughnae Malone March 06, 2022 452

The 74-year history of the “National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing” – NASCAR has recorded many heights. It’s most recent being the entry of new black race car owners. The Daytona 500, a global race car event that gathers large crowds of racing enthusiasts in the Daytona area annually, made history this year with […]

Millennial FastTracks His Own Brand

by Javaughnae Malone February 23, 2022 518

Tony Davis is the CEO/owner of Secret Scientist Clothing, a luxury streetwear brand established in 2010 and based out of Mobile, AL. A graduate of the University of South Alabama (USA) with a degree in Marketing, he initially played baseball at Springhill College for two years before transferring to USA. He fell in love with the Marketing […]

Power Duos Mother’s Day Candace & Amberly

by Admin February 01, 2022 289

Here at Vivian’s Door, we’re celebrating moms all month long! Today we’re featuring a dynamic mother and daughter duo making waves in their industry Candace Houston and Amberly Harris. This mother and daughter team has been in business together for a couple of years. Come along with us and meet them. Meet Candace Houston “Queen […]

Tears of Persistence

by Admin January 31, 2022 232

by Jamal Robinson Yesterday, I experienced something unique. It was so overwhelming that I couldn’t bring myself to even write about it until this very moment sitting here at my apartment at 4:00 am. Ironically, I started writing this article at exactly 4:25 am (my actual birthday), so maybe this article will be one of […]

The Taped Box

by Admin January 31, 2022 174

The thing about age is the older you get, the wiser you are supposed to become. In some instances, this is true. You begin to do things innately that you had never done before—some good, some bad, but mostly consistent. As I get older, I’ve started to see more patterns and trends in my life. […]