I’m amazed and really impressed with Marcie Hill’s uncanny ability to reinvent herself! Whether she’s tackling a seemingly impossible business task, or contacting and obtaining backings for her many entrepreneurial ventures ( at last count, Marcie owned 3 websites) this one woman dynamic remains steadfast and dedicated in her passionate pursuit to obtaining her goals.
As a friend and colleague, Marcie has provided me encouragement and valuable tips on promoting my business via simple formats, easy accessibility & branding techniques, leading up to more business exposure & important connections- and I might add, increased customer satisfaction!
It’s a pleasure to know Marcie Hill. It’s a great benefit for anyone in business for themselves to seek out her expertise. She will definitely make your vision… personal.
Clara Freeman

2 Responses to “Testimonials”

  1. bernard August 14, 2011 at 11:57 am #

    Watching you can help me shake the lazies, learn to writ and writ, I think. Also, I think I understand, but how are black women ‘jacked up’.

    • Marcie Hill August 18, 2011 at 6:57 am #

      Bernard, I hope I can continue to be an inspiration to your writing life. As for how black women are jacked up, here’s my short answer. As long as we are black people living in America, we are going to have issues. However, there are different sets of standards for black and white people, and it’s even worse for women. I was reading a book, “When and Where I Enter” by Paula Giddings and she wrote that white prostitutes were treated better than most highly educated and respectable black woman. Now, if you really think about that, that cuts so deep on so many levels. Then, there are the media images where we are highly stereotyped or non-existent. Then, there are all the stories about the high birth rates of children to single mothers and the stories about the level of singlesness among black women. It’s ridiculous. We have internalized this and now we are living according to what “they” say about us whether or not it’s true. It’ really bad.

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