(BALTIMORE – March 2, 2023) – BMORENews.com will present the 2nd Annual Black Wall Street HOODFELLAS featuring the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, from 6 to 8 pm at Hoodfellas Bistro located in the Munsey Building at 7 N. Calvert St. in downtown Baltimore.
The awards were designed to celebrate Black entrepreneurs and professionals as well as the people who support them regardless of race. Since its inception in 2011, BMORENews and its partners have honored more than 2,000 individuals in New York, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Richmond, Atlanta, New Orleans, Birmingham, Las Vegas, and Tulsa.
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Honorees include Natasha Edmonds.
Who is Natasha?
Poised with a passion to serve, her administrative gifts, meticulous nature and commitment to excellence has availed her opportunities to enhance the productivity and operational efficiency of both executives and small business. Natasha believes that grace and hope are available to everyone. She is dedicated to community engagement, loves people, and strives to be a glimmer of light in a seemingly dim world. Her current role as the executive assistant to Mayor Brandon M. Scott allows her the opportunity to further serve as a liaison to the citizens of Baltimore city.
In 2022 she added author to her resume, publishing her first book, “After the Covenant”, a transparent account of her journey after ending a fourteen-year marriage. It is her hope that her story will encourage and empower those who have the arduous task of picking up the pieces after trauma, healing, and embracing a new life. Additionally, Natasha has launched two podcasts, The No Prelude Podcast and Awakening. Both shows highlight what life can be when one decides to walk in their purpose and fulfill their destiny.