Delta Sigma Theta Sorors Launch Online Networking Platform for Minorities in Media
Two Delta Sigma Theta sorors have teamed up to found a networking platform for underrepresented creators interested in working in the media and entertainment industries.
The online platform which is called NAL Media was founded by Delta Sigma Theta sorors by Clarke Williams and Naomi Lilly. Lilly, a recent Spring 2020 initiate of the sorority at Duke and Naomi Lilly and Williams a Spring 2019 initiate of the sorority at Howard University.
The platform, which launched on Labor Day, describes itself as a “LinkedIn” for minority artists and creators.
Along with its launch, the platform has started a mentorship campaign with over 30 mentors from the beauty, fashion, media, and entertainment industries.
Mentors include HBO Insecure’s Amanda Seales, Yara Shahidi’s co-producer, Maura Chanz, and celebrity MUA, Scott Osbourne.
According to Williams, artists who join the platform and apply for the mentorship campaign can have a chance to be mentored by one of these industry experts.
To see the platform for yourself, click here.
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