Core Values: HMBLE PRODUCTIONS (Community)
"Black women can do anything" - Serena Williams
Egos trip, but the humble don't stumble" - SilenceISGolden416
Throughout my entrepreneurial journey, I have been able to grow significantly in terms of my efforts, skill-sets, mindsets, and business acumen to make sound decisions for not only myself, but for my business as well. I am a person with huge core values, and one of them is COMMUNITY. Based on my definition below, I would want to solve community issues, like that the fact that black female founders don't get the resources and support to build their dream. This is why I am showing support to a wonderful QUEEN!!
This leads me to talk about a very special black woman Founder and CEO of HMBLE Productions (https://www.linkedin.com/company/hmble-productions/) named Shalisa Shaw (https://www.linkedin.com/in/shalisa-shaw-901bb6b0/)
I have been watching the journey of Shalisa Shaw and HMBLE productins for about a number of years now. The thing about HMBLE Productions is that it is a non-judgemental space, where the good, bad, and ugly of the BIPOC community is shared which is needed because we can come to viable solutions to fix our communities. If no one is talking about it, then how can we solve those problems, but that's a conversation in itself let's get back to Shalisa and her fantastic crew!!
Here crew is phenomenal and is led by a powerful cast which proves each and every episode that they care about their community in the Durham region of Toronto. One episode which stuck out to me was the one which they spoke on confidence and maintaing it, which can be viewed below.
In the episode they spoke about never giving up on yourself and it was great to be able to hear that since it was not typical that a video like this would be so touching to me and align with my article with Tech Alliance for black history month.
"Leading his venture with this vision, he also represents RKease and himself at various speaking events, accelerators, and pitch competitions to educate individuals about entrepreneurship and inspire underrepresented and BIPOC groups to become their best selves “I believe that, as underrepresented groups, we struggle with self-doubt which stops us from stepping out of our comfort zone. It’s truly important for us to see ourselves differently and have that confidence to take new leaps, even when it gets difficult. At times, you’ve got to take the difficult path and challenge yourself to set a new example to surpass and reach greater heights,” said Kabamba."
Here crew is phenomenal and is led by a powerful cast which proves each and every episode that they care about their community in the Durham region of Toronto. One episode which stuck out to me was the one which they spoke on confidence and maintain it, which can be viewed below. ctions, since I am on only one text away, withi that being said, have a great rest of the day, peace!! :)