MADE Magazine Issue 8 - Page 51

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Beauchamp noted , “ I ’ ve been there from the beginning of Jana starting her organization , and I ’ m really proud of her ; just seeing four years later how she ’ s impacting lives . I love celebrating other women .”
Christal Jackson , founder of Head and Heart Philanthropy ( HHP ), was the second guest of honor . HHP is a social impact agency that hosts gatherings centered on best practices for philanthropy . The agency looks closely at domestic and global initiatives that impact communities of color .
“ We have the power to change our reality . So , I feel like the more education we receive , and however we ’ re blessed , we need to collaborate , unite , and help our community when we can ,” Jackson said .
The third honoree was Raquel Liberman , attorney at Fragomen Worldwide , a leading provider of immigration services . Liberman represents multinational corporate clients in a variety of immigration matters including nonimmigrant visas , permanent residence and citizenship .
“ It ’ s an added bonus to get recognized for work that you love doing ,” Liberman commented . “ The immigration field is such a divisive topic , especially in this country right now . And , the reality is , there are so many misconceptions about undocumented immigrants and just immigration in general .”
The final honoree of the “ fabulous four ” was Jaclyn Rosenberg . Rosenberg is the principal and founder of the RoseMark Group , a boutique real estate firm that specializes in relocation services for professional athletes and entertainers . Rosenberg is also a philanthropist , as a board member of the Leadership Council for The Children ’ s Village , and partner with the annual
Thanksgiving Whole Foods Turkey Drive .
“ Giving back to my community , especially in Harlem , it means so much because there is such a need for it ,” Rosenberg explained .
MADE is the media sponsor for the brunch series , and has been onhand at every event .
“ We are so glad to be working with BMW on this diversity initiative ,” said Kris D . Williams , publisher of MADE . “ This was the second brunch in this series , and we are already on track to see a total donation of more than $ 10,000 for Kicked It In Heels by the end of the year .”
While the brunch series is making a very big mark across the nation , the theme remains that it is not how much one pays it forward , but simply that everyone should . ◊
It doesn ’ t matter what your cause is . Just find a cause that resonates with you ,” Andrews explained . “ It doesn ’ t have to be any sort of grand gesture . You can pay it forward every single day , with very small gestures .” - Janna Andrews made-magazine mademagazine . . com
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MADECONNECTIONS Beauchamp noted, “I’ve been there from the beginning of Jana starting her organization, and I’m really proud of her; just seeing four years later how she’s impacting lives. I love celebrating other women.” Christal Jackson, founder of Head and Heart Philanthropy (HHP), was the second guest of honor. HHP is a social impact agency that hosts gatherings centered on best practices for philanthropy. The agency looks closely at domestic and global initiatives that impact communities of color. “We have the power to change our reality. So, I feel like the more education we receive, and however we’re blessed, we need to collaborate, unite, and help our community when we can,” Jackson said. The third honoree was Raquel Liberman, attorney at Fragomen Worldwide, a leading provider of immigration services. Liberman represents multinational corporate clients in a variety of immigration matters including nonimmigrant visas, permanent residence and citizenship. “It’s an added bonus to get recognized for work that you love doing,” Liberman commented. “The immigration field is such a divisive topic, especially in this country right now. And, the reality is, there are so many misconceptions about undocumented immigrants and just immigration in general.” The final honoree of the “fabulous four” was Jaclyn Rosenberg. Rosenberg is the principal and founder of the RoseMark Group, a boutique real estate firm that specializes in relocation services for professional athletes and entertainers. Rosenberg is also a philanthropist, as a board member of the Leadership Council for The Children’s Village, and partner with the annual mademagazine.com made-magazine.com 51 Thanksgiving Whole Foods Turkey Drive. “Giving back to my community, especially in Harlem, it means so much because there is such a need for it,” Rosenberg explained. MADE is the media sponsor for the brunch series, and has been onhand at every event. “We are so glad to be working with BMW on this diversity initiative,” said Kris D. Williams, publisher of MADE. “This was the second brunch in this series, and we are already on track to see a total donation of more than $10,000 for Kicked It In Heels by the end of the year.” While the brunch series is making a very big mark across the nation, the them ɕ́ѡЁЁ)Ё܁Ս́Ё݅ɐ)ЁͥѡЁٕ役͡ձ^()%ЁͻeЁѕȁݡЁ)̸͔)Ё)͔ѡЁɕͽѕ)ݥѠԳtɕ)q%Ёͻe)ٔѼͽЁɅ)ɔeԁ䁥Ё݅ɐ)ٕͥ䰁ݥѠٕ͵)ɕ̻t)ɕ((0