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Join Us In Celebrating 5 Years Of xoNecole!

Join Us In Celebrating 5 Years Of xoNecole!

Thanks to you, xoNecole has gone above and beyond my wildest dreams.

Letter From The Editor

It's been 5 years since we've launched xoNecole, and as I reflect on the journey I can't help but be filled with gratitude. I left behind the celebrity gossip world to create something that was uplifting and elevating for women of color as they navigate different aspects of their lives, a decision that admittedly was both terrifying and exhilarating. There were many times when I questioned whether or not I had made the right move:

Would people shift with me as I transitioned out of the celebrity-obsessed culture to create more positive content?

Could I grow a community of dope, fearless women who were on a mission to become their best selves?

Would the risk prove to be rewarding?

The answer is it a resounding hell yes!

Thanks to you, xoNecole has expanded above and beyond my wildest dreams. You've fearlessly shared your stories, showed up and showed out from the digital space to live events, and championed your fellow tribe of women along the way. The xoNecole community is one that I'm proud to laugh, cry, and learn with on a daily basis. Without a doubt, you guys have been instrumental in the success of the brand and how far we've come, and it wouldn't be a party without having you there to celebrate this milestone with us.

So join us TONIGHT as we give a virtual toast to 5 years with our xoTribe. You'll meet the key players on the xoNecole team as they share the ups and downs of building the band, and hear testimonies from the women who were instrumental in the launch and growth of this empowering platform. I hope that hearing about the beginnings and how it all transformed into the beautiful brand it is today will inspire you to aim BIG!

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Note: Must be a member of our xoTribe community.

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