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Suzan Johnson Cook
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Suzan Johnson Cook, President & CEO of Charisma Speakers and the Pro Voice Movement for Women has been branded as the “Leader’s Leader.” She has been the “Ambassador in Chief,” advising both the POTUS and Secretary of State on Religious Freedom and Foreign Policy, and has helped leading celebrities and experts in their fields with public presentation, as well as how to live more meaningful and balanced lifestyles. She has worked for 2 Presidents of the United States of America, is a member of the Renaissance Weekend, and has written several books, including bestsellers Becoming a Woman of Destiny: Turning Life’s Trials into Triumphs, Too Blessed to be Stressed, and Sister to Sister.

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Ash Wednesday

(0) Comments | Posted February 19, 2015 | 11:49 AM

Ash Wednesday, is the day that Christians begin the season of Lent. It is a sacrificial, introspective, penitent and prayerful time, as we prepare to go to the cross with Jesus, and be resurrected with Him on Easter Sunday. It is a period of 40 days.

But, for Coptic Christians...

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America Needs to Rewrite the 3 R's

(1) Comments | Posted December 9, 2014 | 6:44 PM

Fifty years ago, I was in the second grade. It was the time of the historic March on Washington, as well as the beginning of what we now call the "Women's Liberation Movement." But more than that, there was a memory that will stay with me forever.

Many Northern African-Americans...

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Black and Latina Women Coming Together

(0) Comments | Posted October 7, 2014 | 11:05 AM

"We Can't Lean In, Until We Get in"

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Monday September 22nd, in the village of Harlem, the ProVoice/ProVoz movement for women was launched. It was created to cultivate, create, motivate and celebrate women leaders, as we unify, amplify and multiply our voices. It...

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Hillary's Right On This One

(0) Comments | Posted June 11, 2014 | 4:06 PM

Why don't they just stop? Hillary's absolutely right on this one. As a former senior-level appointee in the White House, under two presidents and three cabinet secretaries, I came out last October, 2013.

After a six-month Sabbatical, I'm about ready to re-enter the workforce, as a "F.ED."-- not an employee...

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Why The Hampton Ministers' Conference Still Matters

(1) Comments | Posted June 4, 2014 | 8:49 AM

This is my 3lst consecutive year in attendance at one of the greatest conferences in the world,the Hampton Ministers conference.

I started attending when I was a new seminarian. We couldn't afford to fly back then, so we car pooled, and along the way, would join other car pools on...

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