Black Women + Creativity Interview #14 with Donnie Nicole Belcher

The Black Women and Creativity interview series is focused on:

  • Inspiring Black women to tap into their creativity capacity
  • Showcasing Black women who are defining creativity in their unique way

Our next interview is with Donnie Nicole Belcher! Donnie Nicole Belcher is a serial entrepreneur, having co-founded Art of Culture Inc. (formerly Donda’s House Inc.) a non-profit serving young Creatives in Chicago, and solo-founding both Spell Well – a wellness and personal development company, and Work With Donnie – a consulting firm offering project management, communications and education-related services. As a former High School Teacher, Donnie is committed to “creating the things she wished existed” especially those things that empower low-income people and underserved communities. She has been featured in numerous publications such as CNN, Jet Magazine and People Magazine. Make sure to follow Donnie on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter to stay updated on all the amazing things she is doing in the world!

Donnie utilized her creativity and has some dope graphics to share her answers. Enjoy!

What does it mean to be creative? 

Donnie:

 

What advice/wisdom/encouragement/insight would you have to Black women about navigating their own creative process?

Donnie:

Thank you for sharing with us Donnie!!

Desire to tap into your creativity? Join us on August 20 at 7:30pm for the “Space to Create” Virtual Meetup . We will be focusing on exploring ways to cultivate your creativity and have more fun in your life! Space is limited, so sign up here!

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