Published on September 22nd, 2023 | by H.E. Shanta Lana Hereford


B.O.S.S. Vault’s All-Female Panel Shatters Stereotypes and Promotes Collaboration

In an industry where collaboration often takes a backseat to competition, The B.O.S.S. Vault Network (TBV) is rewriting the rules. Founded and curated by the visionary CEO, LaTausha “MrsCheckPlease” Taylor, in 2021, The B.O.S.S. Vault Network Business Expo has become the epicenter of empowerment and collaboration within the music and entertainment industries. I had the opportunity to attend The B.O.S.S. Vault Network Business Expo event this past Sunday at The New Black Wall Street Market in Stonecrest, GA, and let’s just say, the panel shattered stereotypes and fueled the fire of collaboration.

With established collaborations with brands like The HYPE Magazine, Mama’s Management, Infinite Financial Solutions, and many others, the purpose of TBV is simple yet powerful: promote collaboration amongst performing artists, media outlets, service providers, entrepreneurs, and educators in the music and entertainment world. Through this unique platform, partners can expand their reach, market their products and services, and generate more sales, all while embracing a “collaboration over competition” mindset that MrsCheckPlease not only practices but also teaches.

This event was not your typical networking affair; it was an electrifying atmosphere where positive energy, empowerment, and mutual support for each other thrived. TBV’s Expos have become legendary for their ability to assemble dynamic and relevant panels that delve deep into the entertainment industry, provide invaluable access to media outlets for press coverage, and ignite attendees’ enthusiasm to forge meaningful connections.

The impact of TBV extends far beyond the boundaries of a single industry. It’s a movement that spans Music, Media, Entertainment, Film, Blockchain Technology, Real Estate, Financial Services, and beyond. The driving force behind this initiative is tackling a pervasive issue – the lack of knowledge that often leaves individuals vulnerable to scams, misrepresentation, and financial losses.

This is precisely why the LIVE Masterclass “Don’t Get Fk’d… Get Educated” moderated by “MrsCheckPlease” took center stage, featuring her first all-female expert panel in celebration of 50 years of Hip Hop. The lineup was nothing short of spectacular, with luminaries like Mama K Camp, founder of Campsgiving Foundation and WIFEY ME Mentoring Program, “MAMA” CEO of Mama’s Management, Celebrity Publicist Kimberly “KP” Parks, FrankeeLu (up and coming female artist), and Coalition DJs ATL’s DJ Samo. The panel was not just informative; it dived deep into the industry-kept secrets, strategies, and hard-earned wisdom of industry experts.

But it wasn’t just about absorbing information; it was an evening charged with energy as attendees networked, enjoyed live performances from up-and-coming artists, and forged strategic relationships.

In a world where talent often outshines knowledge, The B.O.S.S. Vault Network and the LIVE “Don’t Get Fk’d… Get Educated “ Masterclass is leading a charge toward enlightenment. Helping to steer independent artists to the path of success, championing collaboration over competition, and empowering the next generation of artists and business owners.

The B.O.S.S. Vault Network Business Expo is more than an event; it’s a dynamic movement. It’s a living testament to the indomitable power of knowledge and collaboration. Brand Rising, B.O.S.S. Vault Network!


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Her Excellency Shanta Lana Hereford is a visionary leader known for her dedication to community development and economic empowerment. She is the COO of The HYPE Magazine and loves to write about her many interests including Black Empowerment, Education, Entrepreneurship, Entertainment, Arts, Health & Wellness, Travel, and more.

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