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EBONY: May 2013Dr. Christopher Can Say the ‘Race’ Word At Work By Sakina P. Spruell If I had walked away from the phone for just a second and then returned, I would surely have missed a mouthful and been convinced I had misdialed and reached the office of the 1960s civil rights movement. But no, I was on the phone with Dr. Gail Christopher, the vice president for program strategy at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Read more in the May issue of EBONY.
Black Enterprise: October 2012Plan the Life You Want! by Sakina P. Spruell The McElroys are learning the importance of setting goals to prepare an effective financial plan. After reading the August 2012 Black Enterprise Financial Fitness Contest winner's story, Michael Elroy, 34, and his wife of three years, Nia, 38, realized they were not saving nearly enough for the life they pictured in retirement. Read More at www.blackenterprise.com
Essence: February 2012Living Large on Less by Sakina P. Spruell Three ESSENCE readers -- a teacher, an accountant and an entrepreneur -- give up the goods on how to afford the things you love. These women know that real wealth is a mind-set and a lifestyle that is built over time with equal measures of hard work and sacrifice. These African-American women tell how they look and live well while building wealth. Read how in Essence.
Essence: March 2011How I Joined the 800 Club by Sakina P. Spruell Sakina Spruell Cole, creator and host of Keeping It Rich with Sakina, which airs on BET.com, gives you the scoop on how she built a credit score of 801: "The day my credit score hit 801, I blasted it on twitter. After writing an article in 2004 about how to achieve a perfect score, I was determined to break into the high credit score echelon... See what moved my score in Essence.
State of Black WealthAugust 2012 EBONY 5 Finance Dilemmas Solved by Sakina P. Spruell Many people find themselves struggling with financial problems at some point in their lives and sometimes, the challenges can be so overwhelming that they may feel as though there is no light at the end of the tunnel. perhaps they can't seem to pay down their credit card debts, don't have money to send their children to college or can't make sense of their employer's retirement benefits. Read solutions in EBONY!
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