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July 02, 2024
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(BPRW) Media Mogul Cathy Hughes to Keynote the Little Black Dress and Pearls Luncheon

Little Black Dress and Pearls Luncheon hosted by the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce, Women’s Business Council takes place Saturday, July 13

(Black PR Wire) The Little Black Dress and Pearls Luncheon hosted by the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce, Women’s Business Council will feature media guru and Founder of TV One, Cathy Hughes and will recognize Representative Ashley Gantt. The stellar event will take place on Saturday, July 13th at the Hilton Miami Airport. For tickets or a table or more information, visit the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce website LBDP — Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce (

Cathy Hughes is a dynamic, media pioneer who demonstrates the power of one – one woman, one vision, one company - Urban One. Her unprecedented career has spawned a multi-media conglomerate that generates original content across the spectrum of radio, television and digital media. Urban One, Inc., formerly known as Radio One, is the largest African American owned, diversified media corporation in the nation. It reaches more than 80-percent of the African-American market through its subsidiaries: Radio One, an urban market leader with over 55 broadcast radio stations; TV One and CLEO-TV, two cable television networks; Reach Media, Inc., a syndication company that produces the “D.L. Hughley Show” among others; iOne Digital, a digital platform that offers social content, news, information and entertainment; and One Solution, a cross platform marketing company. Hughes’ humble beginnings in Omaha, Nebraska, were not a deterrent to her success but rather part of the catalyst that fueled her ambition to empower African Americans with information and to tell stories from their perspective.

Ashley V. Gantt, Esq. is Florida State Representative of District 109. She is the founder and managing partner of Gantt Legacy Law, P.A. In 2007 Ashley graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and became a Teach for America Mississippi Delta Corps (TFA) member. She dedicated two years to national community service, with a mission to close the achievement gap in the Greater Delta region. Ashley returned home to teach in Miami-Dade County Public Schools for seven years before beginning law school.