In another Exquisite Exclusive, we got a chance to talk with political candidate, Bakari Sellers, who recently ran for South Carolina Lt. Governor. One of the youngest candidates to run, Mr. Sellers teaches us a lesson that I’m sure we are all familiar with:
Age ain’t nothing but a number.
Sellers brings old school ideals and values and mixes with his modern approach to politics, which has worked out well for him. At just 30 years old, Sellers has a lengthier political resume than most older politicians now. He’s made history as the youngest member of the state House of Representatives in 2006. When the odds have been against him, for I’m sure most of his career due to his age, he fought back and stayed focused. Although he may not have come out on top in the November 4th election, I’m sure that he will continue to make his presence known in politics and in the community.
With his impressive track record so far, hopefully his story was serve as inspiration for someone else. Don’t let your age create a boundary for you to follow your dreams or do what you desire. Let it give you strength, use it to your advantage, and be great. Check out our pre-2014 election interview with him inside! Continue reading →
While former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has not officially announced her intentions to run in the 2016 presidential race, many political commentators are asking when she will (not if she will), and some even believe that if she were to run she would inevitably win. Clinton has a very high public opinion. A 2012 study listed her as the “most admired woman in the world.” But, as a nation, and as a member of the global community, are we really ready for a female president? Continue reading →
Charleston, allow me to introduce to you one of the many worthy candidates running for the Charleston County School Board, Mr. Eric L. Mack!
Mr. Mack is a Charleston native, hailing from Wadmalaw Island, and grew up in Charleston county schools, which drives his desire to run for office. He’s a devoted husband and father two children, one who is still in the school system, and another who is a proud graduate from it. Continue reading →
As a new entrepreneur and professional, it has been quite the journey for me over the past year and a half building my brand and my business. Building the brand is expected to be difficult, but I never expected the world outside of my business would be so overwhelming and frustrating, to say the least. When you take on the responsibilites of being an entrepreneur you are essential the main brain behind the operation of your business, whatever it may be. But what alot of people don’t realize, when you sign the dotted line on becoming an entrepreneur, YOU as a person, no longer exist. Continue reading →
In another one of our Exquisite Exclusives, we got the chance to talk with newley elected, Senator Marlon Kimpson of District 42. The Senator shares with us his experiences on the campaign trail, and what actually led to him deciding to run for a public office. A native of Columbia, South Carolina, Senator Kimpson has come a long way since his days in Columbia High School, and doesn’t plan on slowing down at all now that he is in office. Continue reading →