Angela T. Jones – A Woman of Substance

4 years ago
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You may not have heard of Angela T. Jones–yet–but she is well known throughout her native Detroit, Michigan and across America’s Midwest. She is a multifaceted woman who has touched the lives of many women and minority entrepreneurs through her motivational speeches, talk shows, radio shows and writings. She is a real role model for the modern day woman and is an inspiration that has driven many to dream big and realize those dreams.  Besides serving as the Chief Executive Officer of Super Woman Productions and Publishing LLC, Jones is also a correspondent blogger for Six Brown Chicks and her writing has been published in Detroit CEO Magazine, Yahoo!, Thrive Detroit Street Newspaper and the Global Grind.  

Angela T. Jones is a superwoman who knows how to build a successful career. But one of the most impressive things about Angela is she has found a perfect work-life balance and takes time to make sure she gives back to her community. Jones is not just a media entrepreneur, blogger, radio personality and a motivational writer and entertainer; she is also a loving mother and pillar of her community. Not only does she juggle her home and work life, but she is there to mentor and help out her associates with their personal and professional difficulties. She has the Midas touch when it comes to event and business planning, real estate and contract negotiations and business consultation.

Jones is not a person who does things the conventional way. Case-in-point: Jones founded Super Woman Productions and Publishing LLC in 2008 when she was looking for a larger platform to share her experiences with her community. There were easier, safer routes to broaden her reach, but Jones is a risk taker. But instead of using her company as a platform for self-aggrandizement, she has used it as a vehicle to give back to her community. Super Woman Productions and Publishing donated a substantial sum of money to assist in the production of the independent documentary film Lemonade: Detroit in 2011.

More recently, earlier this year, Jones released Breaking Through The Black Ceiling, a book aimed at black and minority business owners to help them build more successful businesses. The book is full of easy-to-understand advice and wisdom gained from her own entrepreneurial and life experiences. Some of the lessons taught in the book is the importance of proper and adequate planning, having truly high quality products and services,  and building creative customer service programs. But the true genius of Jones’ book is that it is applicable to more than just the black community; white and other minority business owners will find that the lessons taught in her book apply to them, too. And, above else, Angela T. Jones has been able to achieve her main aim of reinforcing self-esteem and self-confidence in her community through her new book.

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