In a world of experiential marketing, who doesn't love an "instagramable" pop-up like Girl Boss Headquarters Museum! Especially one with a bossy theme!
I was one of the first to experience this girl-powered concept and am really proud of my fellow Clark Atlanta University Alumna and creator Niya Skyy Hogans and co-designed by her bestie Chelsea Suitt. Niya is not only the mastermind of the pop-up experience, she's also the CEO of Skyy Level Media and Girl Boss Starter Kit.
"Girl Boss Headquarters Museum was created for chic, innovative, media influenced women. We pride ourselves in having created a women empowerment focused interactive experience for like-minded girl bosses! The museum features 10 interactive content rooms focused on novelty and innovation, designed to encourage patrons to engage with the ultimate girl boss experience. What’s even more special about GBHQ museum is our passion and commitment towards uplifting women entrepreneurs in our community. We also offer a collaborative event space inside the museum where Girl Bosses can host events and gatherings on behalf of their business. My biggest goal for GBHQ is that when you visit our creative space, you’ll make memories and gain new business relationships that will last a lifetime!" states Niya Skyy.
If you are in Atlanta you definitely have to check it out! www.girlbossheadquarters.com
Monday night witnessed an unforgettable event as renowned video streaming app Tubi, esteemed production company MALKA, and the Women's National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA) came together to host the world premiere of "Shattered Glass: A WNBPA Story." Held at the WNBPA Headquarters in the bustling heart of New York City, this star-studded affair brought together luminaries from the worlds of sports and entertainment. The evening was marked by the presence of WNBA MVPs Breanna Stewart, Nneka Ogwumike, Jonquel Jones, WNBPA Executive Director Terri Carmichael Jackson, Shattered Glass Director Andrea Buccilla, and other notable figures.