The Professionals Touch Skyy

-A +A

HERE'S MY NUMBER AND A DIME -- CALL ME ANYTIME -- Most everybody knows what this is in reference to.   It's about SKYY -- the 1980s phenomenon that kept us bouncin through the 80s, 90s, and even to this very day!  Well, The Ladies of SKYY will be performing a special salute to Women's History Month at The Professionals' next N.Y.S.E. (New York Social Exchange) mixer at Jay-z's 40/40 club in Manhatton on Wednesday, March 28th. 

The Professionals Networking Organization in association with NABFEME, Jolie and Sepia, cordially invite you, your friends and colleagues for a Salute to Women's History Month Mixer Wednesday, March 28, 2007 from 6pm  - 10pm  for the Tri-State Area’s  Premier Monthly Power Networking Series, N.Y.S.E. (The New York Social Exchange), Where beautiful People of Color Network to become Financially Empowered and Members of an Ownership Society.

This spectacular event will take place at Jay-Z’s world famous 40/40 Club located at 6 West 25th Street , between Broadway and 6th Avenues in New York City.

Honorees include Hazel Dukes, Chair of NY NAACP who will receive the 2007 Chairman's Leadership Circle Award, Martha Starks, Commissioner of NYC Dept Finance will receive the 2007 Distinguished Community Service Award, Anita L. Pierce, President UFSC will receive the 2007 Professional Organization Recognition Award, Natatia Griffith, President of the Coalition 100 Black Women will receive the 2007 Professional Organization Recognition Award, Lorene Cowan, President Sepia Skin Care will receive the 2007 Professional Rising Star Award, Sybil Chester, Moet-Hennessey will receive the 2007 Corporate Professional Pacesetter Award, Councilwoman Priscilla Wooten will receive the 2007 Chairman's Lifetime Achievement Award, Pamela Minyard, President of Tomorrow's Leaders will receive the 2007 Unsung Hero Award, Erica Crenshaw will receive the 2007 Entrepreneur Best Practices Award, MW Grand Matron, Frances Haile of the Star of Bethlehem Grand Chapter Order Of Eastern Stars will receive the 2007 Civic Excellence Award.

There will be a special fashion presentation featuring designer, MESTIF and a Women's History  Month Salute special performance by: "The Ladies of Skyy,�(Celebrating their 25th Anniversary).

This event is presented and sponsored in conjunction with:  The Kip Business Report, The Network Journal, The Black Star News, Moving Forward, Republicans for Black Empowerment, U.S. Army, New York State Young Democrats Caucus of Color, Power Networking Business Series, CS Concepts, Winning Strategies & Associates, and  FraserNet.



The goal of The Professionals Network Organization (TPNO) is to meet the diverse business needs of our growing membership through a series of programs and events that provide effective networking value, and to assist our network members in becoming members of an Ownership Society.

The Network
Established in 1996 and within 10 years, The Professionals Network Organization (TPNO) has become the premier professional network group of like-minded people who meet once a month. The Professionals, as we like to be called, are a coalition of over 10,000 non-partisan young minority business professionals, entrepreneurs, politicians, community and business leaders who have come together from around the country to empower ourselves economically, politically and socially.

One of The Professionals' key objectives is to establish links between the organization, to the community as well as to the corporate and political sectors. Through these relationships, it becomes possible for all parties involved to nurture ongoing opportunities for access and success.

The Professionals Network Organization hosts some of the most powerful networking events and roundtable discussions to the benefit of small business owners and career professionals throughout the country.

Listen to and watch Skyy -- Logon to

To learn more about The Professionals Network Organization, logon to

To subscribe to or advertise in New York’s leading Pan African weekly investigative newspaper, please call (212) 481-7745 or send a note to
“Speaking Truth To Empower.�

Also Check Out...

Rep. Scott: Heroes Act would stop
Portland: Federal Court Extends
COVID-19 in Africa: Regional
Black Entrepreneurs Face Major
CARICOM Celebrates Jamaica’s 58th
Blacks, Hispanics More Likely to