Urban Ladies Who Lunch Fall Networking Breakfast

Guests at Inaugural Urban Ladies Who Lunch EventTomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 4, women of color from around Chicago–ranging from corporate executives to aspiring entrepreneurs–will gather at Grady’s Grille in Homewood, Ill., 9 – 11 a.m., for the Urban Ladies Who Lunch Fall Networking Breakfast Event.

If you missed the first one, you don’t want to miss this one. Guest speakers include:

  • Ayanna Black, a freelance parenting, marriage, technology blogger and web developer, is a married Chicago native and mom of triplets. After graduating with a degree in Computer Studies from St. Xavier University-Chicago, Ayanna worked in corporate America building relationships and contacts to jump-start her business.  In 2008, Ayanna took a leap of faith and pursued her web development and blogging career full-time after the birth of her beautiful triplets.  Ayanna is the owner of ABlackWebDesign.com and MommyMultiple.com, which spotlights mothers with multiples (site under development). Ayanna has built websites for organizations such as: Project Brotherhood, featured on Black in America II; Publicity Stunt, Inc; New Day Ministries International and others.  Ayanna has also contributed to blogs such as: BlackandMarriedwithKids.com and FlyoverGeeks.com.  Ayanna and her husband will also be featured in Ebony magazine chronicling their experience with the triplets.


  •  Carrie Lowe, tax professional, began her career with Jackson Hewitt Tax Service in 2002. She is the current CEO and owner of Chicago Tax House, Inc, a Chicago-based tax services business, with two locations: 458 E. 75th Street and 2227 E. 71st Street. Carrie graduated from Chicago State University with a Bachelor of Science and is currently pursuing an MBA/MPH at Loyola University. Carrie is also an “Enrolled Agent,” which provides her with the authority to negotiate taxpayer debt with the IRS.

Guest will also receive swag bags with gifts from a number of contributors, including Black Enterprise Magazine, Working Mother Magazine, Diversity MBA, Smokin’ Joes Hot Sauces, Got Beef, singer Eric Ashby and more.

Individually, we are intelligent, beautiful, successful black women. Collectively, we are a powerful movement.

To RSVP, please email Miko Franklin at m.franklin@publicitystuntinc.com. By attending the Urban Ladies Who Lunch Fall Networking Breakfast attendee gives Urban Ladies Who Lunch, Miko Franklin, Publicity Stunt Inc and its affiliates/contractors, permission to use attendee’s voice and image in any such archival or promotional recording, photograph or streaming activity.


About Publicity Stunt, Inc

Founded in 2007, Publicity Stunt, Inc is headquartered in Chicago, where we work with a variety of local and national clients. We specifically cater to the unique needs of aspiring and established fashion designers, boutique owners, musicians, authors, athletes and other non-traditional professionals. Our communications studio offers a variety of services, including publicity and marketing campaign development, “swag bag” fulfillment, media outreach, creation of sponsorship proposals and more. Additionally, our extensive network consists of photographers, graphic designers and more who we are able to contract to further support the needs of our clients. Combining public relations, marketing, social media and image management, Publicity Stunt, Inc approaches each project holistically to maximize results for our clients. We strive for perfection in helping our clients to develop relationships with members of the media, the general public and industry influencers. View all posts by Publicity Stunt, Inc

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