Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Top 10 African American Baby Boomers of 2007

BAM Enterprises, a Company catering primarily to baby boomer women, has announced its Top 10 African-American Baby Boomers of 2007. African-American Baby Boomer author and expert Beverly Mahone is CEO of the Company. She says the list was created because African-Americans baby boomers tend to get overlooked when it comes to their achievements. Mahone says, “Our contributions are no less than anyone else so I felt it was necessary to come up with a Top 10. I’ve seen other lists floating around that make no mention of the contributions of African-American Boomers.” Ms. Mahone says she received input from other African-American entrepreneurs in generating the list.

Politics: Barack Obama
Educational Scholar: Henry Louis Gates
Business Leader: George Fraser
Mover & Shaker: Rev. Al Sharpton
Inspirational: Sheryl Lee Ralph
Philanthropist: Russell Simmons
Actor: Denzel Washington
Actress: Angela Bassett
Radio Host: Tom Joyner
Who Made a Difference Overall: Oprah.

In addition to being CEO of BAM Enterprises, Beverly Mahone is also the Founder and Creator of the Baby Boomer Diva Web of Fame. The internet-based site recognizes women 40 and over whom Mahone says are “women on the move and making a difference.”

To view the complete list and read more on the Top 10 Boomers, go to: thebabyboomerdiva.com

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