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Boss Women Media and Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator come together to bring powerful programming to black women everywhere

, /PRNewswire/ — Boss Women Media’s Black Girl Magic Digital Summit returns for its fourth straight year of programming, partnering with Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator (BBA) to showcase inspiring conversations with black women entrepreneurs and leaders. The summit exists to educate, empower and equip black women for more through resources, sharing stories and building a community of powerful allies. The Black Girl Magic Summit premieres on Prime Video on Saturday, August 27.

Key speakers for this year’s digital summit include Prime Video’s Harlem’s Allyson Felix, Meena Harris, Aurora James and Meagan Good. In addition, the summit will feature conversations with business owners and members of Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator:

Boss Women Media also partnered with Tai Beauchamp, Lady Jade, Codie Oliver and Mattie James as brand ambassadors for the summit. Each of these influential women will also host a Watch Party in each of their cities (Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta) to promote the premiere of the summit and support the women of color in their communities.

Panel sessions at the summit were recorded in Los Angeles on July 26 at Brigid Coulter’s Blackbird House, a place that promotes productivity, wellness, creativity and advocacy. Female students from the Howard Entertainment Program, powered by Amazon Studios, personally attended Blackbird House as the live audience from the top. The women present were able to meet speakers and influencers, which ensured a day full of connections and conversations.

“I’m so excited to bring another great year of programming and content for The Black Girl Magic Summit to women in the US and the world,” said Marty McDonald, founder and CEO of Boss Women Media. “Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator is a critical partner for us, and their continued commitment to the advancement of black women allows us to bring in dynamic speakers and experiences while making it accessible to almost everyone through Prime Video. We’re excited for women of color everywhere to join us on a journey of empowerment and evolution later this month.”

Amazon’s Black Business Accelerator (BBA) helps Black Business companies grow with dedicated resources designed to help them sell successfully on the Amazon store. This set of resources includes financial aid, business education and coaching, and marketing and promotional support. Amazon’s BBA is proud to sponsor this year’s Black Girl Magic Summit to help share the inspiring stories of Black-owned small business owners and as part of Amazon’s ongoing commitment to empower and support Black-owned businesses. For more information about the BBA, visit

To learn more about Boss Women Media, The Black Girl Magic Digital Summit, and Amazon BBA involvement, visit Watch the premiere of The Black Girl Magic Summit on Prime Video on Saturday, August 27.

Boss Women Media is an online membership platform & offline empowerment of women & educational community. We create event experiences for women to connect through summits, conferences and networking opportunities. For more information about Boss Women Media and its initiatives, visit

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