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April 10, 2018 LeanIn Equal PayDay

KWE Publishing is supporting LeanIn RVA with Equal Pay Day!  On April 10th, we are offering 20% off our services to people who sign up to work with us.

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Las Vegas Book Signing - Dynamic Women Summit - Feb 22-23. 2018

The Dynamic Women Summit provides personal and professional growth, development and networking opportunities for business executives presented by successful entrepreneurs, renowned authors and leaders.

The Summit is an experiential 2-day networking and learning event for attendees to bridge the gap between where they are now and where they need to be to build successful businesses. 

Kim Eley will be signing her book, "Tickers! What Makes People...Tick!  And Pursue a Career They Love!" at the Dynamic Women Network Summit in Las Vegas!  The event will be held at the Canyon Gate Country Club with lots of entrepreneurial speakers and authors...including Kim!

Please sign up or learn more at:

https://dynamicwomennetwork.wildapricot.org/Dynamic-BOOKS

 

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KWE Publishing Sponsors BRIL Conference- March 24, 2018

Kim Eley is proud to announce that KWE Publishing is a sponsor of the Business Resources for Inspiring Leaders Conference!  Held by Un-Broke Women, this event will be held on Saturday, March 24 in Richmond VA.

This conference is for entrepreneurs who want to learn from successful business women.

This conference is for you if...
-Your business is not growing at the rate you want it to;
-You've been struggling to figure out how to put systems in place;
-You don't know how to take your business to the next level;
-You have a side hustle that your would like to turn into a full-time business;
-You've been thinking of starting your own business;
-You want to be your own boss but have no idea where to start;
-Your business is growing and your success is scary;
-You want to learn from successful business women.

Learn more at:

http://www.brilconference.com/

Get tickets at:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bril-conference-tickets-39369464127

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December 26, 2017 - PETERSBURG, VA (WWBT) - A Virginia State University professor has written a book about Michael Jackson that takes a look at how the mid-1970s impacted the pop music star. 

"Artists of all disciplines use their craft to express themselves," said L. Roi Boyd III, who is also VSU's theater director. "Shortly after Michael’s unexpected death in 2009, I remember thinking 'Would anyone take the time to learn and study the true man through his creativity?' In the 1970s, what appeared as a prosperous and mirthful lifestyle for Michael was a tense and unfulfilling existence."

The book, "Bless His Soul: The Agony, The Ecstasy, & The Destiny of Michael Jackson," examines Jackson's "coming of age" between 1975 and 1978, just before the release of his "Destiny" album in 1979. 

According to a press release about the book, "'Bless His Soul' is a raw in-depth look into the shaping of what would be Michael Jackson’s finest, most earth-shattering moment as the world’s greatest entertainer and artist."

The book includes musical key notations printed of the songs analyzed, as well as photos of Jackson's hometown of Gary, Indiana. It also has several pieces of Boyd's personal Jackson memorabilia. 

The book is available now on Amazon and through KWE Publishing

Copyright 2017 WWBT NBC12. All rights reserved.

http://m.nbc12.com/story/37141617/professor-examines-impact-of-1970s-on-michael-jackson

KWE PUBLISHING LLC proudly PARTICIPATED IN "20 PERCENT COUNTS" FOR LATINA EQUAL PAY DAY ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2017

The wage disparity in the U.S. persists not only between men and women but also varies considerably by race and this pattern has persisted over many decades. Although women (of all races) are paid $.80 for every dollar men (all races, across all occupations) are paid, the wage gaps for nearly all other major racial groups are dramatically wider. Only the Asian-American women’s wage gap is smaller – but many smaller sub-groups of Asian-American women have a much larger wage gap.  The wage gaps and Equal Pay Days noted below are based on calculations using 2015 median year ‘round, full- time earnings.

  • March 7 – Asian-American Women’s Equal Pay Day (85%)
  • April 4 – Traditional Equal Pay Day (80%)
  • July 31 – African American Women’s Equal Pay Day (63%)
  • September 25 – Native American Women’s Equal Pay Day (59%)
  • November 2 – Latina Women’s Equal Pay Day (54%)

For Latina Equal Pay Day, I offered to women 46% off my editing and formatting services. 

KWE PUBLISHING LLC JOINed LeanIn RVA TO Participate in "20 Percent Counts" on Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Did you know....Women on average are paid 20% less than men—and Black and Hispanic women are paid even less.

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On Equal Pay Day (April 4, 2017), KWE Publishing:

  • Offered 20% off all writing coach services for contracts initiated on April 4, 2017

  • Participated in a #20PERECENTCOUNTS “Pop Up” at the Splash-N-Dash Carwash & Detailing located at 9940 Mayland Drive, Henrico, VA 23233 from 11 AM to 3 PM

  • Co-hosted a Happy Hour/Paint & Sip event at Grapevine & Design located at 910 Sycamore Street, Hopewell, VA. 23860

Please check this website for more info about the LeanIn Equal Pay Day:

https://leanin.org/equalpay

 

 All these fierce, fun, female entrepreneurs participated in Lean In RVA's Equal Pay Day on April 4, 2017!  From left, Wendy Dickinson from Wendy B. Dickinson Coaching, Lisa Fratkin from Style Delivered, Kim Eley from KWE Publishing, Sharon Williamson from the Revolution Group RVA, Jess Weiss from Lean In RVA, Katrina Ruiz from Boisset Collection Wine, Ida Parineetha Braford from DYG Designs, and Christina Todd from Lean in RVA!

All these fierce, fun, female entrepreneurs participated in Lean In RVA's Equal Pay Day on April 4, 2017!  From left, Wendy Dickinson from Wendy B. Dickinson Coaching, Lisa Fratkin from Style Delivered, Kim Eley from KWE Publishing, Sharon Williamson from the Revolution Group RVA, Jess Weiss from Lean In RVA, Katrina Ruiz from Boisset Collection Wine, Ida Parineetha Braford from DYG Designs, and Christina Todd from Lean in RVA!