When Anita Johnson was eight years old, she scrawled her signature inside her family’s encyclopedia collection as “Dr. Johnson, MD.” Now 53, Johnson has worked at the cutting edge of breast cancer treatment for 25 years and serves as the director of breast surgical oncology at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) in Atlanta.
Throughout her career, Denene Millner has focused on building platforms that highlight the experiences of African American people. The journalist and mother of two decided to start a parenting website, MyBrownBaby, in 2008 after noticing that black moms were rarely considered as an audience,
As CEO of Randstad North America, Linda Galipeau oversees the third-largest staffing organization in the United States, as well as an initiative to provide job training, apprenticeships, and placement services to victims of human trafficking and to those at risk of becoming victims.