About Shenequa A. Golding

Seasoned business travelers understand the importance of convenience. Whether it’s an overnight stay in a neighboring town or an extended trip outside of the country, traveling for business has become more commonplace. According to a 2013 report by the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) the number of trips taken in 2013 is estimated to be […]

For most business travelers, the goal is to get the most work done in between meetings, conference calls and business dinners, and If you’ve traveled, you know that task can be near impossible if the hotel isn’t accommodating. Well, no more! Marriott Hotels in conjunction with News One is hosting the Experience What’s Next Now event, […]

On Aug. 28, 1963, in the sweltering final days of summer, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., addressed the nation at the feet of the Lincoln Memorial. The 33-year-old reverend gave a sermon so thunderous it transcended public speech and has became American scripture. In honor of this 50th Anniversary of The March on Washington, News One […]

The economy may be showing some signs of improvement but finding employment is still very difficult for many Americans–especially recent college graduates. That obstacle only increases for young professionals of color. At the 15th Annual National Action Network Convention in New York City, a panel of Black professionals discussed some of the steps young, entry-level […]

Tamika D. Mallory, the youngest executive director of Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, has proudly stood on the front lines to combat social injustice, and now her diligent work is being honored by Jet Magazine. SEE ALSO: The ‘Acting White Theory’ Doesn’t Add Up In Jet Magazine’s February 11th issue, Mallory, who is known […]