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9 Newsletters By Women Of Color That Every Boss Woman Should Have In Her Inbox

Trying to boss up? Surround yourself with the right energy, including the newsletters that hit your inbox.

Workin' Girl

As a boss woman, it's important to be mindful of not only the people you surround yourself with, but also with the content you consume.

As the saying goes, "You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with." With this in mind, you should think twice about the people you're around and the content you digest.

When you're on your road to bosshood, it's critical that you surround yourself with people and things that can help take you there. Whether you're getting ready to start a new business, going after a promotion, or thinking about going back to school, having the right vibes around is crucial.

One of the easiest (and freest) ways you can surround yourself with the right energy is through email newsletters. Many of our favorite brands, influencers, and companies have newsletters that are sent out every day, week, or month. Being subscribed to the right email lists can give you all the information, inspiration, and content that you need to become the boss woman you aspire to be.

In this post, we've rounded up some of the best newsletters by women-of-color owned businesses that you should subscribe to. If we've missed any that you love, be sure to let us know in the comments!

Regina Anaejionu - beta & beyond

Regina Anaejionu

Regina Anaejionu is a creative business consultant, author, and blogger who's basically your girl boss' favorite girl boss.

In her newsletter, you can always count on Regina to share details and actionable tips on scaling your business, email marketing hacks, and overall just being productive.

Click here to sign up for Regina's newsletter to get all the business gems.

Mattie James

Mattie James

Every week, Mattie James shares marketing and branding tips that anyone can relate to and find useful. One of the things that I Iove the most about Mattie's email newsletter is how personable, yet educational her newsletter is. Reading Mattie's newsletter feels like you're talking to your homegirl that's "made it" but still has time to give you advice.

Click here to sign up for Mattie's newsletter to get your life together + more.

HerAgenda

Rhonesha Byng

Created by award-winning journalist Rhonesha Byng, HerAgenda is a digital media platform for professional women.

Each week, HerAgenda highlights inspiring blog posts and a "Power Agenda". The Power Agenda is essentially a feature interview but at HerAgenda, it always features dope boss women like Elaine Welteroth or Valerie Jarrett.

Click here to sign up for Her Agenda's newsletter to read weekly inspirational stories from emerging female leaders and for career tips.

ThePlug

Sherrell Dorsey

ThePlug was founded by Sherrell Dorsey, a data tech journalist that's passionate about sharing smart reporting on everything Black in tech.

Every day, you can count on hearing stories about people of color doing amazing work in tech, while learning about new startup and tech opportunities.

Click here to sign up for ThePlug's newsletter to get your daily scoop on everything Black in tech.

Mogul Millennial

Brittani Hunter

The Mogul Millennial is a digital media startup that provides career and entrepreneurship resources for Black millennials. #ShamelessPlug, the Mogul Millennial was created by Brittani Hunter, a LinkedIn Influencer, Top Voice, and HBCU advocate.

Every week, the Mogul Millennial shares actionable resources for Black millennials that are looking to level up in their business or corporate job, as well as exclusive interviews from Black startup leaders and corporate bosses.

Click here to sign up for Mogul Millennial's weekly newsletter and learn from some of the most inspirational founders and corporate leaders.

CultureBanx

Kori Hale

CultureBanx, founded by Kori Hale, is a multimedia organization redefining business, finance, and tech news for minorities through music. Before CultureBanx, Kori Hale did amazing work at Cheddar TV and CNBC.

Every day, the team at CultureBanx takes a look at what's going on in tech and business, and brings it all together in an educational way while infusing hip hop music and popular culture.

Click here to sign up for Culture Banx's newsletter to stay in the know on what's impacting our community.

21Ninety

Morgan DeBaun

Derived from the brainchild of Blavity and Morgan DeBaun, 21Ninety shares daily lifestyle tips and resources for the modern-day, millennial woman of color.

From getting your healthy recipe of the day, to a new budgeting and savings app, to exercise tips that'll help you focus, 21Ninety's newsletter has everything that boss women need to tackle their day.

Click here to sign up for 21Ninety's daily newsletter.

SideHustle Pro

Nicaila Matthews Okome

SideHustle Pro is best known for its podcast that interviews various boss women in business, but their weekly newsletter is just as amazing.

Every Saturday, the founder of SideHustle Pro (Nicaila Matthews Okome) shares actionable tips on being productive and running a business. Nicaila's tips are not only extremely helpful, but they are easy to digest and implement in your daily life.

Click here to sign up for SideHustle Pro's newsletter, and as Nicaila would say, learn how you can grow your business from "being a passion project to a profitable business."

xoNecole

Necole Kane

Tailiah Breon

If you didn't know, xoNecole, created by media mogul Necole Kane, also has a newsletter that goes out three times a week. If you need doses of inspo to keep you lifted during the week, our newsletter will not only keep you motivated but also entertained as you're impatiently waiting on Friday. Our newsletter is filled with the hottest in career, wellness, and relationships that you'll hear first by signing up.

Click here to sign up for our newsletter and get the gems delivered straight to your inbox.

What are some of your favorite business and career email newsletters that we should know about? Let us know below!

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