U.S. Black Chambers, Inc.: You’re Invited: USBC Virtual Women’s History Month Luncheon, March 24th

Join us for the 2022 USBC Women’s History Month Luncheon to celebrate the Giants of Women’s Entrepreneurship and empowering WOMEN.
Presented in partnership with AT&T, our hybrid luncheon is an event where the most successful women business owners, entrepreneurs, executives, community leaders, athletes, philanthropists, and game-changers gather to celebrate their achievements. These powerful women are impacting and revolutionizing their communities, organizations, and causes nationally.
What makes this luncheon so unique is that the honorees are the women who serve as driving forces in their industries. USBC values women who are influential among their peers, who are acclaimed by their industries, and who have made outstanding contributions to society regardless of age or occupation. This event is not only a celebration of women but also encourages empowerment, fosters community, and champions entrepreneurship.
Register now to attend virtually to hear from global speakers and visionaries who are advancing women across the world including:
Natlie Madeira Cofield is the current Assistant Administrator for the Office of Women’s Business Ownership, at the U.S. Small Business Administration responsible for overseeing the largest expansion of the Women’s Business Center (WBC) network in the history of the SBA.
Ms. Cofield is a seasoned entrepreneur and executive with over 15 years of experience in securing diverse capital, building strategic partnerships, and leading state and local economic development policies. Most recently she served as Founder & CEO of Walker’s Legacy and the Walker’s Legacy Foundation providing entrepreneurship programming to support thousands of multicultural women entrepreneurs.
Tanya Lombard is a widely respected government relations and public policy executive with decades of professional experience and leadership in government and the private sector. Ms. Lombard currently serves as the Head of Multicultural Engagement and Strategic Alliances at AT&T.
Prior to joining AT&T, Ms. Lombard was a Principal with Peck, Madigan, Jones & Stewart, Inc., a premier international government relations firm providing strategic, legislative, regulatory, public policy and communication services to clients around the world.
Taylor Thomas is the local Morning News Anchor for the Steve Harvey Morning Show on 96.3 WHUR. You can also see her on Wednesdays on NBC 4 for “Talk Around Town”. Taylor is a veteran news journalist with over 20 years of experience delivering news that matters. In 2006, Thomas joined the Award Winning WHUR News Department. She wears several hats at WHUR including producer/host of “Let’s Talk Money” on WHUR World HD2, host of “PML- People, Money
& Life on WHUR Voices Sirius XM Channel 141.
She is a well-respected business owner and creator of The Better Family, a 501(c) 3 non-profit that focuses on providing children with the tools needed to become future leaders.
As the principal managing partner at Cober Johnson & Romney, Nicole Cober, Esq. provides consulting legal and strategic services to nonprofit and business clients. Cober also has written a book, CEO of My Soul, and serves as a regular on-air legal and business analyst for Fox 5 DC and WJLA-TV’s NewsChannel 8.
Jotaka L. Eaddy is the founder and CEO of Full Circle Strategies, LLC – a social impact-focused consulting firm committed to advancing transformative change and global impact.
Within her current practice, Jotaka works with clients including corporate, non-profit, foundations, technology, and government organizations seeking to advance policy, ideas, and change. Jotaka has led regulatory, legislative, and social impact initiatives at the federal and state level for leading non-profits and within the C-Suite of leading technology companies, helping to bridge the gap between Washington DC and Silicon Valley.
Talisha Bekavac is leveraging over 15 years of advocacy, business development and philanthropic experience in her current role as Executive Vice President of Government & External Affairs for the U.S. Black Chambers (USBC).
Prior to her work at USBC, Talisha enjoyed a career in the telecommunications industry where she led market development for industry leaders such as Cisco, Sprint and Comcast NBCUniversal. As a commitment to her community, Talisha serves as Chair of the Board for The Lafontant Foundation whose mission is to close health disparity gaps in underserved communities.
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