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Since the late 1980’s, March has been recognized as the official month for Women’s History. Thirty-one days of recognizing the dignity and accomplishments of women throughout the world. This year’s 2020 Women’s History Month theme focuses on “Valiant Women of the Vote.”  Simply meaning, to honor the “brave women who fought to win suffrage rights for women, and for the women who continue to fight for the voting rights of others.”

Here at Boss Women Media, we are all about women empowerment and creating experiences to propel women of color forward in their careers. In honor of Women’s History Month, we are sharing with you, our top 10 #bosswomen that we believe push the narrative forward of being a powerhouse woman and owning their voice! Check them out below:

Our #Top10 Boss Women

  1. Frederique Harrel, Founder and CEO of RadSwan

 

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  1. Adrienne Bailon, Host on The Real Talk Show

 

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  1. Tonya Rapley, Founder of My Fab Finance and Maternal Health

 

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  1. Thasunda Brown-Duckett, CEO of Chase Consumer Banking

 

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  1. Marty McDonald, CEO of Boss Women Media

 

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  1. Kibi Anderson, President of Red Table Talk

 

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  1. Marquita Harris, Senior Editor at Essence Magazine

 

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  1. Beatrice Dixon, CEO of The Honey Pot Co

 

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  1. Codie Elaine Oliver, Co-Creator of Black Love

 

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  1. Katherine Johnson, American Mathematician 

 

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Let us know some of your favorite boss women in the comments below and make sure you’re following us on Instagram and Twitter as we honor and celebrate #bosswomen all month long!
 

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