There is NOTHING Average About A Black Girl!
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ABOUT ME

GREETINGS:   

I am Danielle Mitchell and I am a Marketing Professional. About 2 years ago, I found myself becoming extremely passionate about the injustice going on not only in the world but in my own backyard. I got so sick and tired of signing petitions and following movements but seeing no fruits of that labor. So I thought to myself: I have a degree in Marketing and Management, I have the work experience to match my education, so why not utilize my skills set for my own personal business branding that makes a difference? Marketing allows me to fulfill my creative spirit while using my social media platforms and relationships to create an end result that can benefit the Black community.

      ABOUT AVERAGE BLACK GIRL

AVERAGE BLACK GIRL

The mission of Average Black Girl is to promote and market Black-Owned businesses and products. Average Black Girl exposes my viewers to thriving Black-Owned businesses, products, and brands to encourage the Global community to invest its resources into the economy of Black-Owned businesses. Average Black Girl is all about galvanizing its viewers to BUY BLACK and in INVEST IN BLACK BUSINESS. The Black community is often targeted to purchase products that are marketed toward the Black community, but these products are not produced, created, or owned by members of the Black community. Average Black Girl fulfills the need for mass advertisement and promotion of products, services, and brands owned by members of the Black Community.

CONCEPT OF AVERAGE BLACK GIRL

Due to systematic racism, there are a lot of untrue stereotypes and misconceptions about Black-Owned Businesses. Average Black Girl understands the importance of cultivating an economy that enables the success of Black-Owned businesses and garners the next generation of Black Millionaires. As a consumer, Average Black Girl consciously invests its monetary resources into the Black community. In the quest to BUY BLACK, Average Black Girl ran into the obstacle of locating and identifying Black-Owned businesses to meet its consumer needs. Average Black Girl seeks to eliminate this process for consumers.  Our concept is to make BUY BLACKING easy and accessible for all consumer needs. Average Black Girl aids its viewers and documents its experiences with products and services provided by Black-Owned, by providing YouTube Reviews and it identifies products and serviced Average Black Girl certifies as high quality.started gaining popularity and within the first 90 days of launching my channel I had over 100 subscribers and it just took off from there.

Average Black Girl started gaining popularity within the first 90 days of launching its channel and had well over 100 subscribers.  That proved that there is a market that is hungry for the identification of products and services produced by Black-Owned businesses and has a commitment to investing its dollars into those Black-Owned businesses.

Our Capabilities
  • Average Black Girl YouTube Channel
  • The Average Blog
  • Marketing Coach
  • Melanin Business
More About Us!

There is nothing average about a black girl. She is the mother of mankind, the original human, and the eve. The bible references Jesus with skin of burnt brass, which is chocolate and hair of wool, which is black textured hair. There is nothing average about that. We built the pyramids, we pioneered innovations in science, created great works of literature, accomplished great successes in history and breathed life in the arts. Simply put. The Average Black Girl is nothing short of phenomenal.

“Discrediting stereotypes concerning the quality and value of products and services provided by Black-Owned Businesses and expanding the economy of the Black community through encouragement of investing consumer resources into Black-Owned Businesses.”

  • Influence
  • Self-accountability-
  • Leadership

Average Black Girl wants to encourage people to take the first step to follow their dreams and take accountability for their life. Average Black girl shares my story, shares healthy tips and hosts healthy positive giveaways. Average Black Girl wants to see more positive content out in the media for Black people, so Average Black Girl is my contribution to the change I want to see.

Why Choose Us?

3

Awards

40

Clients

6000

Subscribers

Your review was Awesome!!! You did a fabulous job on explaining our products because most people have not heard of a diaper or towel cake.

LaKeisha W. Tiers Of Joy

Danielle is driven and passionate and I would definitely recommend her for anyone that is looking to start, improve, or add to their online brand!!!

Abisola A. Lady Sola TV

Danielle is a God Send!

Marie G. OMG Enterprises

Meet The Team
Danielle Mitchell
International Marketing Strategist

Greetings: I am Danielle “Dani So Fancy” Mitchell and I am a Marketing Professional. About 2 years ago, I found myself becoming extremely passionate about the injustice going on not only in the world but in my own backyard. I got so sick and tired of signing petitions and following movements, but seeing no fruits of that labor. So I thought to myself that I have a degree in Marketing and Management from the University of Illinois-Champaign. In addition, I have completed the Harvard Business School CORe Readiness program.   This program includes Business Analytics, Economics for Managers and Financial Accounting. I have the work experience to match my education, so why not utilize those skills for personal business branding that makes a difference? Marketing allows me to fulfill my creative spirit while using my social media platforms and relationships to create an end result that can benefit the Melanin Community.

Britney Robbins
Marketing Strategist

Britney Robbins is the founder and CEO of The Gray Matter Experience, a non-profit organization founded in 2016 to help Black high school students learn about and practice entrepreneurship. Britney hails from Quincy, IL but moved to Chicago in 2009 after graduating from The University of Illinois where she received her B.A. in Rhetoric with an English minor.

 

Britney has worked within Chicago’s entrepreneurship and tech community for the past four years working within some of Chicago’s top venture capital firms and incubators including Sandbox Industries, Lightbank and 1871. She has been recognized as one of Ariel Investment, BMO Harris and WVON’s 40 Under 40 Gamechangers, Essence Magazine’s Woke 100, a finalist for Ebony Magazine’s Power 100 People’s Choice Award, featured on Fox32, Chicago Inno, BlackEntrepreneur.com, DNAInfo Chicago, Chicago Tribune, and Essence Magazine for her work through Gray Matter. She was also named as one of five investees for Goodcity Chicago’s Women’s Innovation Fund.

 

 

Prior to starting The Gray Matter Experience, Robbins worked for Honda Financial Services for two years post graduation. Upon leaving HFS, Britney worked for Chicago-based startup, Doggyloot as an Account Executive. It was in this role, she realized her interest in entrepreneurship as the company was a portfolio company under Sandbox Industries, a local venture capital firm. After Doggyloot, she worked for three years as a Program Manager for Future Founders, a non-profit exposing youth to entrepreneurship. After helping low-income students across the city learn about entrepreneurship, Britney recognized a gap that needed to be filled, thus The Gray Matter Experience was created.

 

 

Britney is passionate about the intersection of entrepreneurship, education and youth and believes in empowering others to use their passions and strengths to create opportunities for themselves. In 2015, she authored and published her first children’s book and is working to release the second in the series, this fall. Britney is committed to inspiring youth to reach their full potential and and aims to continue to create channels for them to do so.

Amonte Mickie
Designer

Hello, my name is Amonte Mickie and I am the founder of Ubrand which is my design studio. I specialize in logo design, branding, web design and offer design services to businesses of all sizes around the world, ultimately improving their bottom line by crafting creative solutions to their business problems.

I am self-employed as a  freelance graphic designer, specializing in the fields of corporate identity (logo) design, web design, print design and branding with the majority of my time spent designing and implementing marketing promotions for businesses such as logos, websites, letterhead, business cards, packaging and more.