We’re thrilled Charreah Jackson, author of “Boss Bride: The Powerful Woman’s Playbook for Love & Success” will join us tomorrow at noon ET for a Facebook Live conversation to share wisdom from her new book.
Jackson, senior editor at ESSENCE and a dating coach who shared her expertise with Bold last year, will join us again to empower women as they juggle work, dating and family. Make sure to add your questions LIVE to the conversation.
“One of the reasons I wrote this book is because I started to feel women succumbing to fear on whether the dreams in their personal life are possible,” Jackson writes in her bonus chapter for “Boss Bride.” “That is crazy! There has been no other time in history it has been this good for ambitious women.”
*Update: Watch the interview here*
Jackson visited Bold TV last year and discussed how dating is changing, as an increasing number of educated women become the “breadwinner” in the relationship.
“I’ve gathered concrete evidence that NO, women don’t have to choose between success and love, but we do have to be intentional to achieve both,” Jackson writes. “‘Boss Bride: The Powerful Woman’s Playbook for Love & Success’ is the blueprint for how powerful women like you are unleashing their inner Boss Bride for personal and professional happiness…So, what is a Boss Bride? She’s a woman that fuses the characteristics of an effective boss — focused, strategic, delegator — with the best qualities of a bride at her wedding — happy, charming, living in the moment. Every woman can be a Boss Bride whether married ten years or unsure if she wants to head down the aisle. No matter your job title or relationship status, you can transform your life with the Boss Bride mentality and treat every day as your big day.”
Carrie Sheffield is the founder of Bold. She is passionate about storytelling to empower and connect others. A founding POLITICO reporter, Carrie contributed on political economy at Forbes and wrote editorials for The Washington Times. After earning a master’s in public policy from Harvard University, she managed credit risk at Goldman Sachs and researched for American Enterprise Institute scholar Edward Conard. She earned a B.A. in communications at Brigham Young University and completed a Fulbright fellowship in Berlin.