Charreah K. Jackson doesn’t believe in fairy tales but knows that happy and healthy relationships are possible for ambitious women.
As an international speaker and ESSENCE Magazine’s Lifestyle & Relationships Editor, she provides love and career insight for more than 13 million women. Charreah is a certified family life educator and featured love expert on CNN, VH1, and ABC News. As a love and career coach, she also helps clients around the nation discover a life they love.
Charreah is a former board member for the Journalism and Women’s Symposium (JAWS), the leading organization for women journalists. She has interviewed newsmakers from Sarah Jessica Parker to Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden. Charreah has developed a niche in providing support and advice to career-minded women. The National Association of Professional Women recently named her a Woman of the Year.
Ashley is a womanist and in love with all things love. She has worked in the retail industry for over 15 years and has a strong passion for women empowerment, sisterhood and community service. Ashley is a graduate of Howard University with a degree in Fashion Merchandising. She currently as serves as the only Learning & Development Manager for Victoria’s Secret and spends much of her day at the company’s flagship store on 5th Avenue training new associates at the iconic brand focused on helping women feel self-assured and sexy.
So, what makes Ashley D. Wright a BossBride? Ashley is the daughter of a 16-year old single mother and was the first person to graduate from high school and earn a college degree in her family. Ashley was born and raised with an innate hustling mentality and drive to succeed. She does not believe in the word “no,” and if she ever encounters it, she finds a way to make things happen. She knows that the best way for us to achieve our goals is to collaborate, work and learn together.
Her favorite Rom Com: Love Jones. I am so crazy about it because I think it paints a realistic representation of what it is like to fall in love for two people that were not quite looking for anything serious.