FTP Celebrates Women’s History Month with an Online Magazine Launch

FTP Celebrates Women’s History Month with an Online Magazine Launch

Fresh Touch Publicity will be launching The #HERoineLegacy online magazine in honor of Women’s History Month. Instead of highlighting all of the amazing women of our past, #theFRESHteam decided to highlight the women of today who took advantage of the path created by those amazing women of our past. The #HERoineLegacy will give you a first look at these lady heroes who are making strides towards etching a legacy for themselves- big or small.

The #HERoineLegacy’s official publication date will be Wednesday, March 23 at 3:08pm, in honor of Addie L. Wyatt‘s recent March 8 birthday, who will be featured in the magazine and who is the great-grandmother of our Creative Director, Brian K. Wyatt, Jr.

“I decided to take an assessment of the women around me and I got excited that I am privy to know some great, everyday women,” said TJ Jefferson, FTP’s owner. “Their stories may not normally make your national headlines but I bet when you read their stories, you’re going to want to know more about them.”

The women included in this inaugural edition are (in last name order): Sherpri Giles, LaKeisha Harrison, LaKisha Johnson, Lauren Mattox, Ashley Northington, LaTrice Ryan, Tami Sawyer, TaSheba Thornton, and Karen Williams. This group consists of entrepreneurs, corporate climbers, community drivers, purpose walkers, and faith followers.

“It’s a diverse group as far as background,” Jefferson said. “At the end of the day, we’re all women so some parts of their stories may be similar but the key takeaway is there is more than one way to overcome an obstacle or get to the road of success. These women take you on the journey with them and it’s a beautiful view. I can’t wait to everyone reads their stories.”

In the meantime, follow us on Facebook to read quotes from these dynamic women. There are no immediate plans to expand the online magazine beyond March except to honor a new set of women next year.

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