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Black Women Mean Business

Black Women Mean Business – Pamela J. Booker

In the last decade, we have had the great fortune of being a part of major changes in the business world. Black female entrepreneurs are on the rise and it comes from a history and desire to want to make something of ourselves. This tenacity is showcased by a business that has established its foundation through perseverance, adaptability, and a hint of Southern charm.

Pamela J. Booker, the striking beauty that stands at almost 6ft tall, is the Founder and CEO of Koils by Nature, a brand that effortlessly blends simple things and makes them extraordinary. Before launching Koils by Nature this dynamic businesswoman was a network engineer for the United States government. She is also a proud veteran of the US Army, which fed her desire to learn new things, travel, and seek adventure.

After going natural in 2007 and like many others, Pamela found herself creating products that would allow her natural hair to truly thrive.  Her commitment to quality remains true as all Koil by Nature products are certified vegan, cruelty free, infused with organic essential oils, and handmade with the finest ingredients. As the Koils by Nature brand grew, so did Pamela’s. She is recognized as a respected leader in the natural hair community and continues to add relevant product lines to her business.  This goes to show that there is always a seat at the business table for those who desire to fill a need.

Pamela has always shown up to serve our community and uses the success of her business endeavors to support causes that are particularly important to her. Koils by Nature recently launched a campaign that encourages their customers to go green and reuse and recycle their bottles through the hashtag #SaveYourBottles.

Let’s support Pamela and Koils by Nature today on Good Morning America Deals & Steals – https://gma-koilsbynature.com

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Ellese & Co is dedicated to the enrichment of Black Women and is defining what it means to be a Black Women in business today and tomorrow. Women turn to us when their heads are filled with great ideas and they are ready to create a competitive edge and grow a thriving business.

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