I help professionals of color, women, and millennials successfully position themselves for success.
How Is Your Organization Supporting The Careers of People Of Color?
As a management consultant for over 15 years, I've given countless presentations and facilitated multiple discussions for clients and colleagues across the public and private industry.
Working for large corporate firms like IBM and Deloitte and public institutions like New York University has taught me a lot about navigating the work environment as a woman of color.
I share the lessons, takeaways, and principles that have guided me on a career path of balancing corporate professionalism with my authentic and vibrant personality.
Topics That I Speak About
Cultivate Confidence Through Style. Get dressed and stay noticed in any room (or Zoom)
Own Your Style. Balance your personal style and your office dress code to show up as your authentically powerful self.
Redefine Professional Dress. Reshape the company dress code to infuse inclusion, authenticity and the WFH realities into your company culture.
Reclaim The Power Of Your Style. Reignite your wardrobe to break out of the WFH rut and reclaim your top-tier performance
Build An Impactful Professional Image. Embody the image you want to achieve the intended impact for your professional acceleration.
The workshop successfully increased our consultants' awareness and understanding of how to build a professional brand focused not solely on skill and performance, but appearance and behavior as well. Naana's an effective listener and facilitator who understood how to design content that aligned with the expectations of our firm culture. I highly recommend Naana's services to any individual or company.
denise - director, big 4 consulting firm
Naana has a bold and engaging approach that resonated with our young professionals!
Our arts enrichment and job skills program serves 18 to 21 year-olds at the beginning of their careers or post-secondary plans, who are not necessarily exposed to all the unspoken rules and professional opportunities that govern our lives. Our program is also fully virtual, so the way one presents in this setting can be more challenging and more noticeable. With these two things in mind, we wanted to have someone speak to them about how to present themselves as they step into the world.
We have been watching Naana's brand grow for some time, and we really enjoy not only her vibrant and well-put together style, but also her authenticity and approachability. Naana taught our youth that good style starts from inside -- with confidence, self-love, and and self-care. And she of course showed them examples of different types of styles they could try that were relatable, appropriate, and pleasing to the eye.
Her presentation really resonated with them. Thanks Naana, you're the first person we will think of when we want to make a strong impression!
Jazelle Hunt & Shermica Farquhar
Director, and Founder/CEO of Soka Tribe (respectively)