Do you know a HIDDEN FIGURE?


From doctors, to formally incarcerated, to clothing designers, to Black book store owners, etc., these women have one thing in common: they are entrepreneurs - History Makers.

Most of these women perservered through major obstacles to move out from the shadows of being Hidden Figures. Today, these history makers are now at the top of their fields. Allow their stories to inspire you!

This full color book (every page), will not only inspire you to be your absolute best self, but it is a tool to inspire the girls in your life. This book will be in your collection for years to come.

When you order your piece of history, you will receive an email when your book ships just in time for Black History Month.

Meet the 40+ women who grace the pages of Today's History Makers!

Their stories of overcoming challenges will have you inspired to overcome your own to begin the journey of making history, TODAY!


Amber L. Wright

Amina Carter

Avis A. Jones-DeWeever, PhD

Charlotte Avery

Cheryl Wood

Christine St. Vil

Deborah L. Mills

Dominique Clark

Donloyn Leduff Gadson

Joanaé King

Julian B. Kiganda

Kaywanda Lamb

Keenya Kersey

Kierra M. Wagstaff


Kim L. Knight

Kimberly A. Ferguson

Kristin Young

Kyshira S. Moffett

Lakesha Reed-Curtis MSN, RN

Lakia “LB” Brandenburg

Lanise Herman-Thomas &

Janine Smalls-Gueye

Latoyia Dennis

Lucinda Cross-Otiti

Martine L. Foreman

Mimi Green

Dr. Monea Tamara Abdul-Majeed


Moniek “Mo” James

Patrice C. Washington

Ramunda Lark Young

Rita Rodgers Pardo

Shantae Pelt

Dr. Stacie Eadie, DO

Tamika N. Johnson

Tanya Barnett

Tara Darnley

Tieshena Davis

Tiffany Redden

Tracie Douglas

Tray Kearney

Venice Garner-Moore, LCSW

The "WHY" behind this much needed project.

With everything that is going on in our world today, I felt a pressing urgency and need to get an old tool for empowerment, a BOOK, in the hands of our young, impressionable daughters, nieces, neighbors, mentees, Girl Scouts, etc. Our history has proven that a book can and does change the course of history. From the slave mothers who dared to fight the system by teaching their children to read, to the Black Panther sisters who ran neighborhood schools, we have been women who educate our own. 

I had the opportunity to homeschool my children during their formative years, which allowed me to educate them about "OUR" history. The purpose of this book is continue that legacy in the 21st Century. This BOOK introduces our girls to African American women who are blazing their own trails, by any means necessary. 

  • Women who are leaders in their respective communities and effecting positive change in the world.

  • Women who are empowering other women to be and give their best, regardless of their background.

  • Women who are "doing it afraid", knowing that God is ordering their steps.

  • Women who are single, married, mothers, divorced, grandmothers, etc.

  • Women who are not making excuses, but instead, are putting in the work to live their very best lives. 

My hope is that this book will also inspire you to do the same. I want you to reflect on where you are and where you want to be. I want you to take those steps, TODAY, to change history.

So, be selfish and purchase one for yourself. Then, gift one to the girls and young women in your life. Let's begin the process of inspiring them to dream big and then to begin the work to go for it. Together, we will assist them in not only creating a legacy for themselves but also in building wealth for their families and future generations. Together, we will groom TODAY's HISTORY MAKERS!

~Be inspired, Tanya

#BlackGirlMagic #BlackGirlsRock


Support a Charity

A portion of the proceeds will go towards purchasing this book for school age girls to begin or add to their home collection.

Forever Free Books is a 501 (c)(3) mobile literacy nonprofit that gives FREE books to disadvantaged childen to decrease the literacy gap between them and their wealthy counterparts.



"I love to see a young girl go out and grab the world by the lapels.

Life's a bitch.

You've got to go out and kick ass."

~Dr. Maya Angelou