Making An Impact with Cheylaina Fultz

Often when you think of leaving a legacy for the next generation your mind automatically thinks about money. On this episode host LaKeisha Entsuah  is talking to Cheylaina Fultz, CEO and Creative Director of HBCU Legacy Fashion about leaving a legacy that goes beyond just money. 

Cheylaina shares how her own upbringing inspired her to not only show pride in her HBCU but also sparked the desire to give the gift of education for generations to come. 

Legacy Thought Of The Week

What impact are you making? Not just for yourself but also for those around you. Our goal in life is to impact the lives of as many people as possible. 

Highlights From The Episode

  • 1:14 – Thought of The Week
  • 4:50 – Cheylaina’s Road To Entrepreneurship
  • 7:26 – Why A Day Job Wasn't The Right Choice
  • 10:13 – Your Zone of Genius 
  • 15:45 – Work/Life Balance Is a Myth
  • 18:51 – Biggest Misconceptions About Being A Mompreneur
  • 21:33 – The Strength To Endure
  • 23:37 – Defining What It Means To Be Well

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About Cheylaina

Cheylaina Fultz may have been raised as a small town girl, but she has always had big city dreams with an entrepreneurial spirit, and a passion for acting and media. Since 2012, she has planned weddings and events nationally and internationally. This led her to create The Cheylaina Fultz Talk Show, a podcast that shares stories of women who have overcome challenges and evolved into amazing entrepreneurs and powerful leaders.

In 2020, Cheylaina launched HBCU Legacy Fashion, where she is connecting youth to the historic legacy of fashion while yielding royalties to partner institutions and increasing enrollment rates through the HBCU Legacy Scholarship fund, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that provides guidance, resources and financial support to future and existing HBCU students. Because of HBCU Legacy Fashion, more black and brown students will become aware of the possibilities of attending college, and will obtain debt free degrees from an HBCU.

Cheylaina is a proud 2008 graduate of North Carolina A&T State University where she pledged Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and obtained a degree in Journalism & Mass Communication with a concentration in Journalism & Electronic Media.

Today Cheylaina is a wife and mom of three residing in Columbus, Ohio. She enjoys acting, interviewing new people on her podcast, emceeing events, and traveling to a beach with a good book in hand.

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