If you think that you’ve learned everything that is to learn about Angela Yee, there’s more! Dress For Success penned up a strong write-up on Angela Yee and it also highlights key learning points based on risks and choices she’s made.
Dress For Success is a non-for-profit organization that and assists clients in finding employment and remaining employed. Every year, since 1997, over 70K women are assisted across the world. Talk about a good cause!
Here’s an excerpt of Angela Yee’s Dress For Success feature:
When Power 105.1 approached her, she knew she just wouldn’t just simply be made into a side attraction and that the spotlight would be equally shared between her and her co-hosts. And for more than three years now, Angela has called The Breakfast Club her professional home. Understanding her worth has helped Angela navigate through her career and ensure that whatever the next move she made would be the right one.
But carving out a niche for herself within genre of music that is thought to be a Boys Only club wasn’t as easy at it seems.
“You have to deal with a lot of male chauvinism, but at the same time, you get a lot more opportunity because there are less women,” Angela says and she has been able to use this to her benefit when opportunities arise for a woman who knows hip-hop. With no connections in the industry when she first began her career, she did everything on her own and, for her, it is important for women to see other women doing that.
Photo Credit: Power 105.1
Written by @IamVanessaDenis.