Ashro Woman: Susan T.

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Susan T. from Toledo, OH

This beautiful people-person is a Walmart greeter, a natural hair model and a true overcomer. Even though she suffered abuse as a child, she triumphed as a mother: giving the love and care she didn’t always get—and forgiving those who hurt her.

Ashro Woman: Wanda M

Meet Woman of the Week, Wanda from Winterhaven FL! Wanda knows who she is, where she’s been and where she’s going. We love her confidence and her ALL-IN energy (and we think you will too)!

Staying Active, Fit and Free Year-Round

Black women walking

The Well Black Woman acknowledges her own value and consciously creates the space and time in her daily life to put her own health and well-being first. She does this despite the many demands on her time and energy, and she refuses to simply focus on surviving day to day, or to allow a cycle of self-neglect to take hold of her life.

Ashro Woman: Keziah L.

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Meet Keziah L. from Jacksonville, FL

Here’s a woman who knows how to embrace life! From her faith…to her drive…to her love of simple pleasures, Keziah makes the most of ALL her moments. She is a mother and grandmother, a pastor, a high-level administrator and a style maven!

Ashro Woman: Laura L.

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Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Laura L. from Columbus, GA

Laura has faced adversity and beat it—over and over again. “My life has often been filled with struggle, but that has resulted in enormous strength of faith for me. I joke with friends sometimes that I live on a cliff, but in His presence.” Faith and life challenges started early for Laura.

Women’s Health Month: A Time to Rise as Well Black Women!

group of Black women wearing Well Black Woman t-shirts

May is National Women’s Health Month. Making the commitment to live as WELL BLACK WOMEN has never been more important. As we continue to navigate and recover from the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we know that Black women have been hard hit. It’s time to emerge stronger than ever as WELL BLACK WOMEN!

Ashro Woman: Renae W.

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Renea W. from Garfield Heights, OH

Renae has always had an appreciation for fashion and style—something her mother modeled to her growing up. “My mom was one of the best dressed women I’ve ever known.”

Ashro Woman: Dorothy S.

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Dorothy S. from Berwyn, IL

This talented woman has a heart of gold—and a gift for sewing. Looking pretty is fun for Dorothy. Sometimes she’ll dress up just to sit in her backyard and admire her flower garden.

Ashro Woman: Angela M.

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Angela M. from Austin, TX

To Angela, Diva means “Divinely Inspired, Victorious and Accomplished through Christ.” Angela lives this out every day—all the way. “I’m passionate about my love for the Lord, my Christian faith, my husband and family.” She is also passionate about helping others, cooking, and her craft of writing and storytelling.

Ashro Woman: Brandy G.

Meet Ashro Woman of the Week, Brandy G. from Rockford, IL

Pay attention, Ladies. This young business owner and mother of two started her business out of her book bag! Today Brandy’s Candies is a brick-and-mortar building located in downtown Rockford, IL., and it’s been going strong for four years.

It’s Time to Demand Action to Save Black Mothers & Babies

Black mother holding Black baby

Black Maternal and Child Health in the United States is in a State of Emergency. April is Minority Health Month and home to national Black Maternal and Child Health Week which is observed each year from April 11-17th. This is a critical time to talk about a pressing issue that deserves our immediate attention – the health of Black mothers and babies.