Black Career Women’s Network is a national Black-owned career development organization dedicated to fostering the professional growth of African-American Women. Sherry Sims is the Founder and CEO and considers herself a Catalyst for Black Women in the workplace.
The purpose of the Black Career Women’s Network is to be a supportive element while bridging the gap of support in professional development, mentor access, and leadership training. The company also provides career tools, resources, and a strong network to help you strategically manage your career, navigate the workplace, and thrive professionally.
What they believe:
- Whether you are in an entry-level or c-suite position, an entrepreneur or a celebrity, all of us are Black Career Women.
- Career Empowerment begins when you gain clarity of who you are professionally and believing in the value of your worth.
- In changing the perceptions and stereotypes of how Black Women are perceived in and out of the workplace.
- In pulling back the layers of fear and negative self-beliefs to build confidence that you can define your own career path.
- In talking about challenging workplace issues that can delay you from reaching your full potential.
How they support professional black women:
- Career Coaching
- Online Community
- Career Advice
- Professional and Leadership Development
- Career Management and Resources
- Webinars / Workshops / Podcast
- Events and Annual Conference
Created and founded by Sherry Sims, a successful corporate HR recruiter, the Black Women’s Career Network provides tools, support, and business networking to African American women professionals to help them succeed and thrive in their careers and lives. Offering mentorship, professional education, and access to a strong network of like-minded business people, the company is an essential resource for career and business growth.
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