Robin Caldwell, Aging Entrepreneurially #WWBBO @thejstandard


Robin shares her journey in When Women Become Business Owners with “Chapter 6: Aging Entrepreneurially.” Listen to what Robin has learned from her years of being an entrepreneur.

At the point of my greatest fear, need, and despair, I learned that I am the heiress of an entrepreneurial legacy handed to me by enterprising women who created a model for me and others. I find it absolutely invigorating to know that entrepreneurship is in my spiritual and biological DNA, and that age knew no boundaries.
– Robin Caldwell

About the Contributor

Robin Caldwell is a veteran public relations counselor, concierge and practitioner. She has been self-employed from side hustle to business since 1998. She is the owner of The J Standard Media Group, LLC, and the creator of the PR concierge services Your PR Assistant and She Boom! Project.

As a lifelong image activist, she has fought hard to place African American faces in mainstream media. She is also an online public relations specialist who pioneered as a blogger, tech advocate and social media influencer.

Robin has been interviewed by The Grindstone, BBC radio, Sirius XM, various public radio stations, USA Today’s, and was one of the tech experts (the only African American) invited to launch the Huffington Post’s tech section., Black Twitterati and Fast Company magazine’s Influencer Project cited her as a top social media influencer.

Currently, she is an advisory panelist for AARP’s Life Reimagined project.

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  1. Tabitha at 5:34 pm

    A tribute to your ancestry. A legacy that lives on through you to take to it’s highest zenith. Your words so resonate with me. Thank you for that seed of insight and encouragement.

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