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Special Women's Edition

May 2008

In This Issue
MLK Renaissance Square:  Affordable Luxury in Downtown Chattanooga, TN
Girls Inc. Honors Unbought And Unbossed Women
2008 BIZ Member eDirectory
Tennessee Economic Mini Summit for Women Upcoming Event 
AYES YIB Class Starts May 17
Art Celebrating Mothers and Fathers by Synthia St. James
Small & Minority Owned Business Assistance Program
Chattanooga Opportunity Business Support Fund
Business Fashions Showcase:
The SIB “Proverbs 31” Business Woman Model

Taking Care of Business:

Like Mothers, Like Daughters

Miss USA: The New Black, Bold, and Beautiful
Barack Obama's Rock: Michelle Obama
Pastor Billy E. and Sister Sharron Church Celebration 
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In this Special Women's Edition we recognize the beauty of women, inside and out, and how we all "take care of business" in one way or another, be it at our homes, jobs, schools, and/or our businesses.  We honor mothers! And we celebrate women community leaders, business professionals, and entrepreneurs; a beloved First Lady of the church, a potential First Lady of the country, a USA beauty queen who is an entrepreneur, and girls who are growing up strong, smart, and bold!  In this issue you will also read about new business support services in place to help empower small and minority-owned (women) businesses.  To help look the part, you may want to check out our new "Business Fashions Showcase" with fashion picks for women who like to "dress for success".  AYES Youth In business, created and taught by SIB Founder/Owner Tekelia C. Kelly, is now a designated 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit program through the Community Foundation of Chattanooga. The program's 2nd upcoming class "Interpersonal Job Skills Development kicks off May 17 at Chattanooga State. To register, call 697-3100. Link to the AYES Media Kit inside newsletter.  Don't let the name fool you! Sisters In Business.Net is dedicated to networking, advertising, marketing, and empowering women, men, and youth in business; and supporting the communities they serve.  Check out our Brothers In Business and Partners In Business Members. See member products and services featured this issue such as the premiere real-estate of Renaissance Square with office and living space in Downtown Chattanooga, offered by 28th CDC.  Also, see the new art inspirations of U.S. Kwanzaa Postal Stamp Designer Synthia St, James, in celebration of mothers and fathers!  This issue our community spotlight is on Pastor Billy E.
and Sister Sharron Church who celebrates 15 years of service at St. Elmo Missionary Baptist Church.  Our #1 ranked newsletter and website provides an online business to business, and business to customer network, where people can connect and find the products, services, news, events and resources they need...anytime, anywhere! Advertise with us!  Read more about these and other great articles in this
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MLK Renaissance Square:  Affordable Luxury in Downtown Chattanooga, TN


MLK Renaissance Square on MLK Boulevard will give you Affordable Luxury in Downtown Chattanooga, TN.  This premium property offers both residential and/or office space Don't miss out!  To take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to obtain residential and/or office real estate, and to live and work in this history-rich downtown district call (423) 505-1058.

 Feature Story

Girls Inc. Honors Unbought And Unbossed Women


Girls Inc hosted its 2008 4th Annual Unbought Unbossed Awards Breakfast on April 23 at Bessie Smith Hall Downtown Chattanooga.  Shown from left to right is Bea Lurie-Girls Inc CEO, Sheila Boyington-Thinking Media/Corporate Sponsor, and Tekelia Kelly-Sisters In Business.Net, sponsor and 2007 Unbought Unbossed Honoree.
Girls Inc. honored women in the community at their 4th annual Unbought and Unbossed awards ceremony.  Ten young women gave presentations and handed out awards to ten honorees.  The 2008 Honorees are: Carolyn G. Jones, Ola Phipps, Dr. Carol Berz, Marcia Eason, Rae Bond, Rickie Pierce, Deborah Levine, Ann Coulter, Mattie Moran, and Beverly Inman-Ebel.

The non-profit Girls Inc. empowers young women and teaches them skills through community service. Girls Inc.  The girls say they're truly inspired by their mentors.  Girls Inc. member Kermisha Tate said, "I thought they were amazing, I feel so happy that I was actually a part of this. I learned so many things about so many different people, so many different fields, it was just amazing."Girls Inc.

Merrill Lynch helped sponsor the event and News 12's Abena Williams emceed.  The breakfast and awards presentation was held April 23 from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the Bessie Smith Hall at 200 E. Martin Luther King Blvd.






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2008 Business Directory


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Dorothea Johnetta Johnson

Inner Glow Skin Care Service 



Carolyn Miller

Warm Spirit Products



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Virginia Yarbrough

Massage Plus


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Deborah Gunn


Founder and Executive Director

 Multicultural Youth Training and Development Inc.


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Sharon Kelly, RN

Sharon's Adult Day Center



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Mary Williams

The Floral Gallery


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Darlene Houston

Darlene’s Purse-Sonals

Original Hand Crochet Bags


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Forestine Watson Haynes, Exec. Dir.

28th Legislative CDC



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Ruby G. Claytor
  Woman Of Hope

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Dr. Cassandra D. Whitaker


Whitaker Women’s Care


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Sherry Casteel

TraVerus Travel


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Latrice Currie

Greek Style


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Rosetta Russell

The Essence of Travel



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Rosalyn Hickman 

Executive Director

Covenant Keypers

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Frenise Mann

SOE, Inc

Crye-Leike Realtors-Hixson Office


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Jacqueline "JD" Richards

Expozure Hair Concepts

The Beauty Industry Suites, LLC



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Shannon Servin

A Helping Hand



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Dr. Carolyn Bibbs

Creative Life Incorporated



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Sherri Gilchrist 

Chattanooga African American Chamber of Commerce


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Evelyn Baker

Owner of Elegant Handkerchiefs

Original Hand Made Handkerchiefs



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Santha Bone - Realtor

Wayne Roach & Associates


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Stephanie Sinkfield

State Farm Insurance Owner/Agent

State Farm Insurance



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Velma Wilson

Cleaning Solutions, LLC



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Linda Harvey

Harvey Electric


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Brenda Cowan




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Linda Coleman

Kezinda's Homemade Desserts



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Amanda Branscum

Scrapbooks Galore



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Tamara Gentry

Tamara's Cleaning Service



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Sheila Boyington

Thinking Media, a division of SAI Interactive, Inc.


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Walter Johnson & Lou Goss-Aquarium Foods,

Kris Simmons-Fire Eye Productions, 

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Alexis Barnes
Amelia Gayle Gaddis
Angela Jackson
Beadazzling Creations
Beverly R. Armour
Brenda Brown
Bridget Moore
Cafe Milano
Cheryl A. McCray
Dailphia Davis
Dailphia Dee Davis
Darshan Panchal
Debora Ervin
Eden Cuadra

Elizabeth Ferrari
Evelyn Baker

Felicia Lansden

Heather Brown
Judith Pendleton
Kim Johnson
Kimberly Charleston
Kristi Haulsee
LaTesha Peebles
Linda Coleman
Lisa PC
Loretta McNary
moses crutcher

Myron Norman
Natalie Graham

Natalie Williams
Norma Jones

Pamela Roach
Pastor Jacqueline Duncan
Rachael Kelly
Rosalyn Hickman
Sabrina D Russell
Sarah Mize
Shawn Thornton
Sheila Boyington
Sheila Washington
Shelly Pleso

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Stephanie M. Sinkfield
Tamara Gentry
Tanya W.
Tennessee Multicultural Chamber of Commerce
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Upcoming Events: Tennessee Economic Mini Summit for Women

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 AYES "Hire & Inspire" Youth In Business: Upcoming Class

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We are seeking businesses and professionals who would be interested in participating in the AYES Youth In Business Training Certificate Program as a business consultant, sponsor, employer, mentor, or other type of supporter.  Businesses will be given the opportunity to "hire & inspire" youth in business ages 15 and up. They may serve as subject matter experts on class business projects and applications as they relate to their business, and have a platform to demo products/services, share company information, and announce potential jobs. 


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AYES Youth In Business PowerPoint Presentation

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AYES Youth IN Business Contribution Form


The "AYES Youth In Business Training Certificate Program" is a 501C3 program created and taught  by Tekelia C. Kelly, Founder/Owner of Sisters In Business.Net, and also Adjunct Faculty Member at Chattanooga State Technical Community College.


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Small & Minority Owned Business Assistance Program


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This Program is comprised of two assistance components: Loans and Program Services. The maximum loan amount to any one Qualifying Business is $125,000.

Acceptable purposes for loans are acquisition of machinery and equipment; working capital; supplies and materials; inventory; and other business-related activity.  A line of credit will also be considered a loan under the Program.  Lending for the acquisition of real estate will not be an acceptable purpose for a loan.  The refinancing of any existing debt will not be considered an acceptable purpose for which a loan may be made under the Program.

The Program Services are in the form of technical assistance, education and consulting services to Qualifying Businesses that may or may not be making application for loans under the Program. Program Services include, but are not limited to, financial counseling, assistance with packaging of loan proposals, developing strategies for improved cash flow management, implementing internal financial management systems, and strategic planning, conducting pertinent training workshops and seminars, certifying Qualifying Businesses and identifying procurement opportunities with State, federal, and local government systems.

For more information visit the SMOB website at www.tnsmob.org.


The Chattanooga Opportunity Fund

The Chattanooga Opportunity Fund is a financial fund designed to provide small loans ranging from $35,000-$150,000 to residents of the city of Chattanooga.

Who qualifies for these funds? Small start-up businesses, women-owned businesses, minority owned businesses.

How can I access these funds? You must first fill out an application. An application can be obtained at the CNE office, or you may call 423.756.6223 and ask for Elijah Cameron.




"Because being a woman in business is a beautiful thing!"

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 Our Proverb 31 Business Model, Honoring  Mothers,  Beauty, Brains &  Business


Our “Proverbs 31” Business Woman Model



Personal Development, Home Making, Business Enterprise, Economic Sustainability, and Community Outreach

The Proverbs 31 Business Woman understands that her business and its success are directly related to her God-given talents, skills, abilities, and the plan He has for her life.  These qualities are uniquely her own, and are part of her shape, being, and individual purpose. She seeks the Master Plan He has for her business plan and her life.  Her delight in doing business springs from her integrity, desire to serve others, to do good and prosper, and her motivation to help herself, her home, her community.  She values all who would be her customers and provides quality products and/or service to help meet their needs and interests, while providing her a sustainable income,   She does her business as though it were a ministry, for it is.  She reveres God and His Son Jesus Christ as Lord, and serves Him with all her life, and seeks to glorify Him by serving others.  Her goals are to be a positive, innovative, wise and caring woman; a productive manager of  time, money, and resources (about handling business); know her strengths, abilities and what she has to offer (empowered); effectively develop relationships and conduct business with merchants and customers  in the marketplace (networked); plan and be able to build wealth for the well being of her family, buying land and other resources as needed (sustainability), look out for and care for her home and friends; a treasure and delight to her husband, and valuable contributor to her community.  She works to not just make money, but also to make a positive difference in someone's life (has a “heart & soul for doing business”). She is a celebrated woman by those who know her (blessed). 

--Written by Tekelia C. Kelly, Founder/Owner Sisters In Business.Net

Taking Care of Business:

Like Mothers, Like Daughters

by Tekelia C. Kelly

My grandmother, born on The Fourth of July-Independence Day, was an independent woman who valued freedom and independence. I remember she used to sell the best frozens in the neighborhood! I would of course get them for free.

My Granny had a good business sense when it came to managing her finances. I took note how she handled her money: from putting quarters in those Federal Savings Bank cards, to where to keep a special stash of cash. Seeing how she handled her business helped me be sober-minded and savvy when it came to handling my own finances. 

When I think about it, I have several "sisters in business" ancestors.  As a youth I saw my mother work several what is now known as "home-based businesses" such as selling Tupperware, Aloe Vera, Avon, in an  effort to supplement her income for our family.  I now see she had an entrepreneurial spirit, and was truly a “sister in business”, with a heart and soul for taking care of business, on which her family depended.


My mother-in-law, Mrs. Martha Kelly, would have been considered

Maelene B. Crutcher, Beloved Mother

of Business Owners Tekeia C. Kelly (SIB)

& Dorothea Johnson, Inner Glow Skin Care

 today a resale shop merchant, as she offered her goods at flea markets, so that she would, like my grandmother, have money to buy Christmas gifts, be able to set up savings for grandchildren, take herself shopping, or just have money for a rainy day. These women were all “sisters in business” in their own way, and remind me of the Proverbs 31 Woman.


Did you have a mom or special woman in your life that you admired for how she took care of business?  Tell us about it.  We’d like to hear about moms/women who influenced you and helped you learn how to “take care of business".  Send us your story.  We may share it on our website.  Email sistersinbusiness@comcast.net.

I have been giving thought to doing a special feature on the pioneers, or legacies of sisters in business from our own families.  Those women who have helped shape the freedoms and opportunities we now have, and equipped us to be the sisters in business we are today.  It would be, in the words of Nicole C. Mullen, a way for us to "take a bow for the ones that came before" us.   


In the 60's-70's the phrase "Black, Bold, and Beautiful" signified in the Black African-American community, to some extent, the pride, affirmation, and empowerment of its unique culture and beauty.  As African-American women moved more into the mainstream of society, they brought with them their special and unique culture and beauty, along with their intelligence, wisdom, and skills.  All of which have helped shape what is our great society of diversity today.  Black, beautiful, and brainy.  I'm reminded of the Queen of Sheba, globally known as a beautiful, prominent, and wise Ethiopian Queen, who the Bible also says visited King Solomon in all his greatness and wisdom.  Enter Black African-American beauty queen Miss USA, Crystle Stewart.  She gets our attention.  For she is not only a Black African-American woman who is beautiful, but she is also benevolent, brilliant, and in business! Read more about her below.

26-Year-Old Texan Crowned Miss USA

By Kathleen Hennessey, AP


(See her win on You Tube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jzpNUzT8xA.)

LAS VEGAS — A 26-year-old entrepreneur from Texas was named Miss USA on Friday, besting 50 other beauty queens for the coveted crown.

Crystle Stewart, of Missouri City, Texas, runs a party-planning and motivational speaking company, as well as modeling professionally. She says she wants to dedicate her life to international philanthropy.

"I want to talk to people about how to set a goal and achieve it," she told The Associated Press after the show. "Because I just achieved my goal."

Stewart edged out first runner-up Leah Laviano of Mississippi and Tiffany Andrade of New Jersey.

Miss USA 2007 Rachel Smith relinquished the crown — and the posh New York apartment that comes with it — in a show aired live by NBC with hosts Donny and Marie Osmond from the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. The network co-owns the parent Miss Universe Organization with Donald Trump.

Smith, a former Miss Tennessee USA, said she was headed to Hollywood.

Stewart was headed for the publicity circuit. She said she was eager to travel and spread her message of self-improvement to young women. She noted she was one of only a handful of black woman crowned Miss USA in the pageant's 57-year history.

"I think the United States is coming together," she said, citing the historic presidential candidacies of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. She declined to name her preference. 

"I don't know, we'll see. Fundamentally, I'm a Democrat," she said.

Contestants from all 50 states and the District of Columbia have been in Las Vegas for nearly three weeks, rehearsing and hyping the 57th annual pageant. After stints in Baltimore and Los Angeles, organizers billed the new venue as a city beloved by the event's international audience.

The pageant tried to showed off its edge, featuring a grinding live rock performance by the band Finger Eleven, music from Rihanna, and contestants in barely there black bikinis and faux-fur coats.

Donny and Marie kept up a steady stream of sibling banter even while swiftly whittling the field.

Donny Osmond told the losers to "put on a poker face" as he sent them home.

"Or use Botox; then it won't move," Marie quipped.

Stewart will compete in the Miss Universe pageant in Vietnam in July. She also becomes a spokeswoman for breast and ovarian cancer awareness and other causes, while traveling to promote the organization.

Miss USA contestants are scored in three categories: swimsuit, evening gown and interview. Miss Alaska USA, Courtney Erin Carroll, was chosen "Miss Photogenic USA" based on voting at the organization's Web site. The other contestants named Miss Ohio USA, Monica Day, "Miss Congeniality." Unlike the rival Miss America, Miss USA contestants are not asked to perform a talent.

Smith's year on the throne has been marked by fewer racy headlines than her 2006 predecessor, Tara Conner. Conner's underage drinking landed her in rehab and sparked a media circus documenting her fall from grace.

Smith's low point was a fall onstage during the evening gown competition of the Miss Universe pageant in Mexico City. She was booed by the crowd and Miss Japan won the title.

A bigger blunder this year belonged to Miss California USA organizers. The judges crowned the wrong queen in their November contest and reversed it days later, saying Raquel Beezley, of Barstow, was the victim of a vote tabulation error. Dethroned Miss Los Angeles, Christina Silva, a Hispanic woman, has filed a lawsuit alleging racial bias.

Asked to comment on the lawsuit, Stewart was whisked away by organizers. The Miss Universe Organization would not comment on the matter.

The panel of judges for Friday's pageant included Heather Mills, model and former wife of Paul McCartney; comedian Rob Schneider; Olympic gold-medal swimmer Amanda Beard; and Christian Siriano, winner of Bravo's fashion reality series, "Project Runway."

On the Net:

Miss USA 2008: http://www.missusa.com

Speaking of Obama, what about his fabulous wife?  Boy, how we need more examples of class, grace, and wisdom in our society like her today...particularly for our daughters to see.  Michelle Obama is  another beautiful and brilliant woman.  She is poised, practical, and has her priorities in order as she esteems family first, while soundly participating in politics and dealing with the prospect of becoming the next First Lady, and might I add, the 1st Black African-American First Lady in the White House.  She is being likened to Jackie Kennedy, another great First Lady who also was a rock for her family.  Read about Barack's Rock in the article below.

Barack’s Rock

Michelle Obama

by Richard Wolffe

She's the one who keeps him real, the one who makes sure running for leader of the free world doesn't go to his head. Michelle's story.

Michelle Obama was never much interested in calling attention to herself. As an undergrad at Princeton in the 1980s, she was interested in social change, but didn't run for student government. Instead, she spent her free time running a literacy program for kids from the local neighborhoods. At Harvard Law, she took part in demonstrations demanding more minority students and professors. Yet unlike another more prominent Harvard Law student who would later take up the cause, she was not one to hold forth with high-flown oratory about the need for diversity. "When [Barack Obama] spoke, people got quiet and listened," recalls Prof. Randall Kennedy. "Michelle had a more modest, quieter, lower profile." Barack won election as president of the Law Review. Michelle put her energy into a less glamorous pursuit: recruiting black undergrads to Harvard Law from other schools. For her, politics wasn't so much about being inspirational as it was being practical—about getting something specific done, says Charles Ogletree, one of her professors. "She was not trying to get ahead."

 She no longer has the luxury of keeping a low profile. Now a very public figure, Michelle has accepted the role of aspiring First Lady... Click here to read more.


URL: http://www.newsweek.com/id/112849

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 Community News & Announcements


Pastor Billy E. and Sister Sharron Church Celebrate Their  15-Year Church Anniversary at St. Elmo Missionary Baptist





Congratulations to Pastor Billy E. and Sister Sharron Church who

Celebrated 15 Years at St. Elmo Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday, April 27, 2008.


With much love and great appreciation!


God bless you!

Tekelia C. Kelly

Sisters In Business.net


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Kimberly Thomas Night of Worship, May 9, 7:30 PM, Doors open at 7:00 PM


Riverbend 2008 is scheduled for June 6-14, and advance discounted pins go on sale Monday, April 28th  http://www.riverbendfestival.com/


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