Davina Douthard, CEO of Mass Appeal Magazine Named as Special Guest Speaker at “Behind The Brand Brunch” Atlanta Edition September 16, 2017
Davina Douthard, CEO and Publisher of Mass Appeal Magazine was named as a special guest speaker at the “Behind The Brand Brunch” Atlanta Edition to share her business experiences, both challenges and successes of running a developing a successful brand. Her appearance at the Behind the Brand Brunch, Dallas Edition, in 2016 was a so successful that she was asked to return for this exciting brunch in Honor of Kimberly Blackwell, CEO of PMM Agency. In 2017, PR News, the go-to source for the communications and marketing community at corporations, agencies, and nonprofits, named Kimberly A. Blackwell among the country’s “Top Women in PR”—those who have succeeded sometimes against the glass ceiling and other times against the grain. Blackwell, is also a Black Enterprise Leading Woman in Advertising and Marketing, for her accomplishments as one of the year’s most influential industry leaders in media, public relations, and communications.
The Behind The Brand Brunch/Seminar is a global women empowerment movement for current and aspiring entrepreneurial women to connect, gather and knowledge share over a brunch.The Behind The Brand Power Brunch/Seminar Series kicked off in Dallas, Texas on July 30, 2016 and will make an appearance in the following cities: ATLANTA, DC, CHICAGO, PHOENIX, CLEVELAND & TORONTO,CANADA.
This event is powered by Pynk Magazine. The brunch features a seated brunch,seminar and shopping. Douthard will be accompanied by many other prestigious speakers including; Actor/Recording artist, Demetria McKinney, Jasmine Crowe, CEO of Black Celebrity Giving, Angela Watts, CEO of Rag Trade Atlanta, Abby McDonald, Bounce TV, Elizabeth Warren, CEO of TV One, Mecca, Pynk Magazine, Shamika Sanders, Hello Beautiful, Chanta Patton, Dark and Lovely and Carols Daughter.
Behind The Brand Power Brunch Series is an experience for business owners, style makers, fashionistas and entrepreneurs. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund an organization founded in 1994, Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) awards grants to researchers working to better understand, identify, treat, and ultimately cure ovarian cancer.