Christine’s blog has been named one of the best working mom blogs to follow for support, laughs and advice. All of Christine Michel Carter’s articles for other publications are housed here. From #blackgirlmagic to breastfeeding, Christine Michel Carter has covered it for major publications- including Forbes, TIME, Harper’s BAZAAR, Parents, Health, and Women’s Health.
Christine Michel Carter has received testimonials from her private talks with employee resource groups. All of Christine’s talks can be customized to fit the needs of the employer’s workforce. In
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Nowadays, in such a competitive job market, to stand out as a multicultural professional is double the task and the challenge. Whether you want to gain recognition as an entrepreneur
Entrepreneurs can learn a lot from corporate advertising mistakes. As the heads of households, Latina and Black women have a combined spending power that will soon reach over $3 billion.
Black millennial women aren’t fans of Republicans, as a generalization. Christine Michel, based on polls, suggests that Black millennial women are not fans or presidential GOP nominee Donald Trump.
In celebration of Black History Month, Christine celebrates by completing an ancestry report. Christine completes an ancestry composition report through 23 and Me. After completing the home-based saliva collection kit,
Can you make a Black girl feel pretty? Christine relates how her daughter, Maya became upset when her wet hair showed its natural curls. Maya later apologizes to her grandmother
Age of Enlightenment. Christine Michel Carter asks the question of whether or not there is a specific age at which people reach their peak of social consciousness. Instead, maybe history
Marriage, Christine Michel Carter, with additional insight from her husband, James, discuss topics they wish their parents had told them about, such as child care, in laws, sacrifices, money, and