The Voice Behind Black Girl PR™
I am Nantale Muwonge, one of LinkedIn’s Inspirational Black Women In Marketing and Black Women Marketer's Entrepreneur of The Year. I'm an award-winning writer and content strategist, an editor, a former journalist and the founder of Black Girl PR™.
Black Girl PR™ happened by force. I was pushed!
I was freaked out by Breonna Taylor's murder and the police openly killing Black people without impunity, stressed by how hard our community was being hit by Covid-19 because of racial disparities, unsettled by the insanity of the lockdown, in total isolation away from my family, and I was struggling with my health after a car accident and being mistreated by racist doctors.
It was a lot going on at the same time! But it forced me to go inwards and really look at my purpose.
When I settled my soul and thought about how I could contribute to all of this in a meaningful way, I landed on helping Black women founders.
Because Black women founders invest in their communities. It's an investment that you can't even quantify when you consider the fact that America is where it is because of Black women. Black women raised American children, fed American families, tilled America's soil...And most of that was unpaid!
So I decided I was going to teach Black women in ecommerce how to get publicity and media coverage, to increase their visibility and ultimately drive traffic and sales. Because on the real, we need money to advocate for ourselves in this country. Nobody is coming to save us.
That's how Black Girl PR™ was born.
I'm On A Mission
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Black Girl PR™ is Ubuntu in action. Because we're so deeply intertwined, by helping Black women founders expand their reach so they have a bigger impact, I amplify my impact.
So far I've helped 5,355 entrepreneurs increase their reach. And for the core group of clients who’ve been through The Brand Impact Program™, I've helped them expand their reach to a potential audience of 7,444,490,273+, and increase their website traffic and sales by up to 60%.
They've been featured on major platforms like AfroTech, Black Enterprise, Ebony, Essence, Fox TV, Insider, Rolling Out, Shondaland and Time.
I have personally been featured by outlets like The Harvard Business Review and Black Enterprise. And LinkedIn called me a Marketing Icon! Other notable mentions and recognition include:
- Winning Buy From A Black Woman's Professional Services Agency of The Year three years in a row
- Making the African American Marketing Association's Black Marketers on the Rise and Black Marketers To Watch lists
- Being named on BlkWomenHustle’s Black Women Entrepreneurs To Watch in 2022 list
- MADAMA Magazine’s BIPOC Women Taking Over 2022
- Winning a Stellar Business Award for Excellence in Professional Services (Global)
- Being a Women In Content Marketing Awards Nominee
- Being recognized by as a Top Black-Owned PR & Communications Firm by Ohio State University's School of Communications
Black Girl PR™ is also highly-ranked by the independent rating platform Clutch. We are the No. 1 Black-owned PR Firm and among the top Corporate Communications Firms, Crisis Communications Firms, Business Strategy Consulting Firms and Reputation Management Firms and PR Consultants in Phoenix.
Black Girl PR™ is a certified Minority Business Enterprise. We are MBE Certified by NMSDC. And certified as a Black-Owned and Operated Enterprise by US Black Chambers, Inc.
I'm Connecting With Legacy-Builders
If you're building a legacy that people need to know about and you want to boost your online visibility, let's connect.
Let's talk about how to elevate your brand so that it's perceived by the exact people who need to see it.
Black Girl PR™ operates on the ancestral lands of the O’Odham and Piipaash Peoples. We acknowledge that Phoenix, Arizona is located within their traditional homeland and thank these First Peoples who continue to live on and care for the land.