#BWSU is shining the light on this Goddess, We Stand With and For #DeeBarnes and look forward to her #BounceBack!
Watching her interview this morning on the Wendy Williams Show brought tears to my eyes as she recounted the story of being physically attacked by Hip-Hop Artist Dr. Dre. years ago. We commend you for Standing Up for yourself and finding the courage to press charges in order to get some sort of justice for your ordeal. “Peace and love to you on your journey.” #BWSU
Today our #BlackWomenStandUp #BWSU “Goddess Spotlight” is Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Ms. Stormy Wellington. BlackWomenStandUp.com is spotlighting this Visionary who declared today 5/11/18 as #GirlSuperHero Day inspiring women globally to support another woman owned business, or another woman in general who you admire and believe is an Everyday #GirlSuperHero. So today we Honor and Celebrate #StormyWellington.
We are asking for all Queens to spread the word, please share and most importantly tag a #GirlSuperHero in the Comments Section below, and let’s start an avalanche of love, support and celebration of women everywhere!
To learn more about Stormy visit her Instagram Page @CoachStormy
Photos of Stormy Wellington Courtesy of Google Images.
Black Women Stand Up (BWSU)’s Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton did a live online interview with Dr. Doris Higginbottom, affectionately known as #DrMom, BWSU’s first “Goddess Spotlight” Feature, below is the conclusion of the three part interview. Check out #DrMom as she delves into how she found love again, answers viewer’s questions and expands on how she took a chance on” HERSELF,” through education, hard work and a desire for more!
You can also view Ep. 1 – Pt. 1 and Pt. 2 via the links below.
Thank you again to Dr. Doris Higginbottom for sharing her empowering story with us. It is our desire to inspire and empower women to become their best self through the examples of our “Goddess Spotlight” Features.
Peace and Love,
Tiffany and Alexandra – BWSU Co-Founders
p.s. – If you know of a Black Woman or Woman of Color that you feel would make a great feature for our “Goddess Spotlight” Series, send an email to: Contact@BlackWomenStandUp.com
Black Women Stand Up.com’s Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton interviewed Dr. Doris Higginbottom (Dr. Mom) for the site’s first “Goddess Spotlight” feature, below is the second part of a three part video interview with Dr. Mom.
In this episode Dr. Mom delves into the start of her educational journey towards her PhD, as an older woman with nine children returning to school. She shares what kept her motivated and inspired to keep going. You can check out Pt. 2 of Ep. 1 below. Please comment and share because you never know whom you may inspire to become their best self after watching! Thank you.
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Happy Wednesday! Meet our first Black Women Stand Up (BWSU)’s Goddess Spotlight, Dr. Doris Bloom-Higginbottom whom we affectionately nicknamed Dr. Mom. Check out BWSU’s video interview with Dr. Mom which took place Saturday, January 9, 2016 live on http://Blab.im. Below is part one of our three-part interview.
Dr. Mom, mother of nine who was a teen mom, high-school dropout and widowed, defied all odds and let nothing stand in her way as she worked to create a better life for her and her family. In December of 2014 at 67 years of age, Doris Bloom-Higginbottom graduated with her PhD from PVAMU a Texas University.
Dr. Mom’s daughter, Kimberly Bloom, had this to say about her Mom “This woman is my living hero, my game changer, a conqueror, and a warrior who won’t give up on hers’!” Pictured below, Kim and Dr. Mom