Meet the Team
Greetings, I’m Signae Mckeiver, CEO of Blackpreneur Magazine, Inc. Born and raised in Philadelphia, I was blessed to travel the world, and increase my love for the world, and the black community. My vision with Blackpreneur Magazine is that we provide the kinship that you have been missing within community, and business. We are very passionate about bringing you, my Kings and Queens, candid stories loaded with knowledge, and motivation behind the purpose of each entrepreneur, and crusader featured. For a long time, our history has been hidden. Our people are thirsty and seeking knowledge. We aim to bring it to you in full force, and radiance.Blackpreneur wants to instill more pride, inspiration, and motivation within each experience. As a mother of four boys, and a Bachelor’s of Business (Finance), I understand the value of education, its application, and the support of the community. Blackpreneur has your back! We salute you!!!
LeolaRububyneshia Smith- Graham, As of 2016, I became the chief of administrator office (CAO) for Blackpreneur Magazine. This position is ultimately responsible for reporting to the chief executive officer (CEO). My duty is to manage the day-to-day operations of a business. Despite my disability as a hearing impaired individual, I accomplished some of my goals by obtaining my BA degree in Social Work in 2006 and my MA degree in Psychology in 2014. I earned both degree, because it’s my passion to assist other’s with social issues and help to improve the welfare of others.
Brittiny Dorsey is a current full-time High School Biology teacher that has worked for Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS). While working for BCPS, she was able to gain experience working with the youth in Baltimore, MD and became familiar with their plights as young people. Her experience with youth, has caused her to expand her role from solely an educator to an advocate. She has begun to use her voice to speak on behalf of those that are invisible to society. Her passion for advocacy and writing is supported by her Masters of Art in Teaching from Morgan State University and Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Combined with her education and experiences, she will continue her work on education reform for at-risk youth.
Brandon Miller is a full time IT consultant and serial entrepreneur based in Dallas, TX. He is the Founder and CEO of That Guy’s Graphics, LLC, a graphic design and brand strategy firm, the Co-Founder of The Black Burdell, Inc.a nonprofit focused on promoting, supporting, and cultivating black entrepreneurs, as well as the Co-Founder of The Scheme Team, LLC, a lifestyle brand focused on encouraging millennial passion pursuers to make their dreams a reality as efficiently as possible. Brandon received a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology where he also received a minor in Technology & Management. Brandon is most passionate about entrepreneurship, inspiring greatness, diversity, technology, Chipotle and running.
Tokay S. Stanley, (known to many as T. S.), is an Independent Published Author of two romance novels series (called Beginning A New and Love & Danger). While most independent authors struggle to make a name for themselves, Tokay managed to grab the attention of the Independent Literary community by earning two IPPY (Independent Publishers) award nominations in 2014. Tokay has written for over twenty years but was during the last five years that she decided to just follow her dream and share her work with the world.
Rwenshaun Miller is the Founder and Executive Director of Eustress Inc., a nonprofit organization that focuses on raising mental health awareness by creating an atmosphere where it is okay to talk about mental health challenges. Rwenshaun completed his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree from Montreat College. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Rwenshaun has worked in the mental health field for over a decade, understands the challenges faced by individuals with limited resources and looks to provide ways to address these needs.
Greetings, my name is Lucinda Batton the Founder of Personal Life Healings. Entrepreneur and busy mom. I have dedicated so much time into sharing my unique gifts and talents of healing emotions through guided healing methods, communication, and energy movement. Working through the waves of frequency has been my specialty for the last 6 years. I have always been blessed with the ability to work with energy, but 3 years ago developed a more clear understanding of how to heal with the energy we have been gifted with. We are our own natural healers and this is very important for you to know. There are not many limitations that the natural human body cannot endure and. I have really put my all into teaching others how to find this trigger of awakening by using the natural energy of Love. This energy is raw and is pulled directly from nature and animals, (which is my way of connecting). This may vary by person, some may be drawn only to water for healing and some need music. Either way everyone is very different. I have enjoyed many sessions with people all over the world from Canada to Australia have learned that once people learn how to connect, they form their own higher energy that helps them excel while pursuing life. If you can remember to do what you love , you will love what you do. And that’s what pushed my desire to male what I love my life’s venture.