Today, MadameNoire, an iONE Digital publication tailored to African American women, offering perspectives on lifestyle, entertainment news, parenting, health tips and more, has released the first episode of their newly launched series, ingeniously titled “Momprenuers.” Hosted by Author, Writer, Lifestyle and Entertainment Expert Nancy Redd, Mompreneurs will showcase a range of Black mothers/entrepreneurs, taking center stage in intimate thirty-minute conversational pieces, highlighting their stories about creating generational wealth for their families, all while balancing motherhood.
Between authoring new books on fixing your finances and virtual training sessions, to creating food for the culture… these powerhouse women are redefining what it means to be a working mom – while inspiring the next generation of mothers to do it for themselves.
An episode will be released on Monday day each week and are available to stream through all of MadameNoire’s digital platforms including, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
About MadameNoire 
MadameNoire is the leading lifestyle website for Black women with more than 4 million unique visitors per month (comScore). MadameNoire launched in 2010, to serve as a daily source of news and inspiration for smart, stylish Black women. The site’s mission is to empower women of color with engaging content that covers everything from health, fashion, and beauty to career, parenting, entertainment, and breaking news.
About iONE Digital 
iONE Digital is the #1 digital platform for the Black, Latino and New Urban communities, reaching millions each month through its suite of social, local radio and highly targeted news, entertainment, video and lifestyle content offerings. It owns and operates a number of branded destinations, including Cassius Life, GlobalGrind (Millennials), HelloBeautiful (Women), NewsOne (Affluent), Bossip (Pop Culture), Hip Hop Hired and MadamNoire, as well as social networking sites such as BlackPlanet and BlackPlanetRadio. iONE Digital was launched in 2008 by Radio One, Inc. [NASDAQ: ROIA and ROIAK,] to complement its existing portfolio of media companies targeting Black Americans.