Meet The Woman Creating Powerful Brands For Women in Corporate America

Deandra Coleman, a former c-suite Black executive, has mastered the power of brand elevation.
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From near homelessness to running a premium brand consultancy, Deandra Coleman, a former c-suite Black executive, has mastered the power of brand elevation.

And she's disrupting the careers of America's top leading executive women inside her new program, The Double Comma Woman Experience. It's the most connected, luxurious way to advance your executive personal brand into thought leadership and the only network of its kind.

Women wondering what's beyond the c-suite will chart a complementary career path to brand elevation, authorship, industry leadership, and community impact—all with a touch of luxury and femininity. According to Deandra, "Your senior-level executive position is not the pinnacle. It's only the beginning!"

By invitation-only, The Double Comma Woman Experience vets the most prominent, ambitious, and next-level changemakers into a cohort of 50 executives. They seek women who want to be on the precipice of innovation, inclusion, and impact, especially women of color. "This is the year of the Black woman. It's time we tell our stories the way we need them heard. If we don't, someone else will. That can no longer happen," says Deandra.

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