Angela Yee, Karen Civil And More Join Women In Charge Programming At A3C Festival

- By Bossip Staff

 

Bossip powered Women In Charge Programming for A3C Festival was a hit last weekend bringing some of today’s most influential women in branding and music to Atlanta with inspiring panels, breakout & mentorship sessions, meet and greets and more.

Bossip’s own managing editor Janee Bolden moderated two Women In Charge panels open to industry hopefuls and A3C conference goers at The LouderMilk Conference Center in Downtown Atlanta on Friday October 6. The first included Radio Personality Angela Yee, founder and CEO of LiveCivil Karen Civil, Fadia Kader of Instagram Music, Nicole Plantin A&R at Rostrum records, and Jennifer Drake, Senior Director for Sony publishing. The second panel, Women In Charge: Branding Your Niche included The CutLife founder Tahira Joy,  Aeshia DeVore Branch of Pretty Girls Sweat, and Fresh Empire Marketing Manager Rachel Jackson.  Hit the flip for some bomb shots of these bossy beauties.

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