IN THE MEDIA
HOW ONE WOMAN IS LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD FOR BLACK SMALL BUSINESSES
Having to code-switch and “filter” out Blackness at work is a systemic problem, says Angelina Darrisaw in Refinery 29.
Angelina Darrisaw speaks with NYTimes about the decreasing tolerance for dealing with jerky bosses.
To shine a light on these entrepreneurial heroes, Forbes created the Next 1000. This year-round initiative showcases the ambitious sole proprietors, self-funded shops and pre-revenue startups in every region of the country—all with under $10 million in revenue or funding and infinite drive and hustle. Angelina has been added to the list.
Angelina Darrisaw named to Black Enterprise's 40 under 40 for Business.
[Negotiating] is especially critical for Black women and all people of color because what tends to happen is due to the impact of systemic racism on us, due to how we’ve been socialized, a lot of times we have hesitancy to ask for things. - Angelina Darrisaw in CNBC
“Really build relationships with the C-suite at your current role.” - Angelina Darrisaw
The best time to ask for a raise is when you can show that growth. Evidence that you've grown in your position can take a variety of forms, career experts say. "It could be that you're closing extra deals, making more sales, and outperforming peers," says Angelina Darrisaw, CEO of professional coaching firm C-Suite Coach.
DataBird Business Journal Interviews Angelina Darrisaw
Angelina Darrisaw discusses negotiating compensation and benefits with startups.
“it’s important to create a separation in your household that includes a space that’s dedicated to work,” Angelina Darrisaw (4.28.21)
“I would say this is your time, now more than ever, to embrace digital tools.”