Atlanta Social Media Women is proud of the prominent women from the local community of Atlanta who are respectable in their fields and have brought substantial contribution to women empowerment. In this page, the organization presents a number of notable Georgia women who have inspired and encouraged other women to optimize their abilities and believe in their knowledge and skills.
- Dazon Dixon Diallo
Founder and CEO of the SisterLove Incorporated, Dazon works focuses on women’s reproductive and sexual health, particularly those who are HIV/AIDS inflicted. She founded SisterLove Inc. with inspiration coming from her mentor, Marquis Walker, who believed that her activism and intelligence could contribute largely to the society.
- Katrina Mallory
Katrina’s advocacies revolve around children, as she was a former elementary teacher. She believes that a woman’s ability to revamp and reinvent herself to respond to the changing demands of time is a necessary quality to succeed. She is currently the Vice President of Academic Affairs at the American Intercontinental University – Atlanta Campus.
- Cynthia Hale
With a passion for preaching and teaching people about Jesus Christ, Rev. Hale is known as a progressive mentor by many of the members of her church, the Ray of Hope Christian Church. She leads a consultancy and mentorship program called the Elah Pastoral Ministries Inc., which aims to provide practical guidance to the church leaders. Being a pastor, Rev. Hale has preached practically all over the world, including Africa, Australia, the majority of Europe, and South America.
- Sarah Blakely
Ranked as one of Atlanta’s 55 most influential people, Sarah is a former salesperson who eventually created the world-famous female shape wear called Spanx. This has landed her the recognition of one of America’s Richest Self-Made Women according to Forbes. She has inspired budding entrepreneurs and has given back significantly to her Atlanta community. She is also now a part of the Atlanta Hawks ownership team.
- Donna Hyland
Donna was one of those who supervised the merging of the then Scottish Rite Children’s Medical Center with Egleston to form the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. She eventually became the president and CEO of the hospital, which is recognized by Fortune magazines as one of the best companies to work for ten straight years. It is her priority to bring quality healthcare to the local community of Atlanta.
These women have inspired the organization to achieve great things for women all around Atlanta. Together with the founding members, volunteers, sponsors, and partners of Atlanta Social Media Women, the organization hopes to succeed in optimizing women’s potential for the greater good of the community.