We Offer personal interactions,
therapeutic talks and a safe space for cautious conversations.
At this event you are destined to meet other women, like-minded and different, all while learning how to become effective within your community with tips from some of the best in the business. Attendees get access to an impactful one-day panel session, as well gift bags, and more.
Our attendees come to feel inspired, enhance their life, develop new relationships in an amazing and beautiful environment!
- We had over 175 minority women in 2016 and we are planning to double the number in 2017.
2015 was kicked off by honoring Cleveland’s own radio personality, Kym Sellers. For 2016 we honored Actress & Producer Kaira Akita as seen on Tyler Perry’s Why did I get Married and The Family that Preys.
In 2017 We will have several new faces as we set out to travel to ATL, NOLA and more! Details coming soon.
Embrace Other Women. You don’t know what it takes to be her.
This quote sums up the positivity we promote as we welcome women from all walks of life.
Eight-time Emmy Award winner Romona Robinson is the 4 & 6 p.m. anchor.
Romona is one of the most respected and admired journalists in Northeast Ohio.
She began her career in Cleveland in 1988 by becoming the first black woman to anchor
an evening newscast on WUAB-TV’s 10 p.m. news.
Before joining our team, Romona made history yet again by being named the first woman
in Cleveland to solo anchor evening newscasts at Channel 3 News.
Romona has received several Emmy Awards for her anchoring and reporting. One she is
most proud of: her exclusive interview with President Barack Obama. She has also covered Nelson Mandela and President Ronald Reagan.
But she is most proud of her work locally. In 1990, Romona started her Romona’s Kids segments showcasing good children making positive contributions in their communities.
This segment has become an institution in Northeast Ohio. Romona has served as Honorary Chair of the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure for 16 years. She has worked tirelessly and dedicated her time to numerous charities and organizations like the Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio, Coats for Kids and Shoes for Kids, and countless others. Romona’s years
of community involvement have earned her a special place in the hearts of Clevelanders.
Including her Emmys, Romona has many prestigious awards. In 2011, she was awarded the YWCA’s Women of Achievement, The Diversity in Media Award and many more. Romona is also an avid Cleveland sports fan. You will frequently spot her at Browns, Indians, and Cavs games. She was thrilled to see the Cavs win it all!
Romona holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism from Lincoln University
In Jefferson City, Missouri.
Past Honorees Include:
Best known for her comedic roles as Keisha in Why Did I Get Married, Robin the Receptionist in The Family That Preys, and Diva in BET’s first scripted sitcom Somebodies, Kaira Akita is an NAACP awardwinning actress, creative, and entrepreneur who is passionate about creating stories, spaces, and systems that interrupt and elevate how we see ourselves, each other, and the world around us. She believes in the power of style and substance, and looks forward to inspiring women of Cleveland and beyond to be their most courageous, confident selves. Her latest projects include the hit web series Everything I Did Wrong in My 20s and her upcoming inspiration platform, The Inspired Interim, which launches on September 6. She’s also in development for a feature film project, where she will be working both in front of and behind the camera.
Kym Sellers founded the Kym Sellers Foundation (KSF) as a direct result of being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 1992. The Foundation is for individuals living with MS regardless of race, religion, or socio-economic background.
Kym Sellers is a popular radio personality in Cleveland and has affectionately been called Cleveland’s girlfriend. Kym hosts a radio program that airs weeknights from 7:00 pm -12 midnight called the Quiet Storm. Sellers has served as a columnist for the Cleveland Life magazine, a freelance reporter for WKYC TV3 and WEWS TV5.
She has also appeared on Fox 8 News as an American Idol analyst. Amazingly enough she is the mother of four beautiful girls, a community leader, the president of The Kym Sellers Foundation and a member Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and an active member of her church. Sellers founded the Kym Sellers Foundation (KSF) as a direct result of being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 1992. It is a Not for Profit organization which provides support to individuals with MS in Northeast Ohio. The Foundation is open to individuals living with MS regardless of race, religion, or socio-economic background.
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$30 Business Card
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What kind of women can attend?
All women. All Shapes, Sizes and Shades.
What will I experience?
You will experience:
- Positive Interactions
- Great Networking
- Heart to Heart Conversations
- Useful DIY techniques
- Enlightenment and much more.
What is the meaning of the Award.
What a great question!
The Substance and Style Award is all about effective positive influence.
Using the power you have as a woman to help others recognize their own.
United Women in White formerly 100 Women in White welcomes you to drop a line anytime, and one of our ambassadors will respond to you as soon as possible.
~Peace and Love