She’s Pretty and Black Owned: Meet Precious Monét

She’s Pretty and Black Owned: Meet Precious Monét

Precious Monét is an experienced and well-established businesswoman who has mastered the art of planning and execution. She is on a mission to impact lives with her time and talents. Throughout her educational journey, Precious is equipped with professional roots in Human Resources, Project Management, and Event Management. Her educational background consists of obtaining a BA in Administrative Management and completing her certification to become a certified Life Coach. 

After witnessing constant competition amongst women entrepreneurs, Precious decided to create a women’s empowerment community called Be Her Support. 

Be Her Support is designed to bring together women that are not only supporting other women but to demonstrate what the support looks like. The community includes online courses that provide business fundamentals, tips, and engagement with group activities.

Precious grew up in a structured home that was influenced by her father who became an entrepreneur at the very young age of 16 years old. Precious possesses the same entrepreneurial spirit and has continued to instill the inspiration drawn from her parents in her work as a leader and life coach. 

What inspired the start of ” Be Her Support “?
Be Her Support was birth due to the lack of support from women that look like me. Witnessing constant competition amongst women also plays a part in why I wanted to design an environment where collaboration trumps competition. Be Her Support is designed to bring together women that are not only supporting other women but to demonstrate what support looks like. It includes online courses that will provide business fundamentals tips and engagement with group activities.

What has been the biggest challenge of running a community like “Be Her Support”?
No craft is ever easy, and pursuing one’s passion involves a journey of struggles and triumphs. When a person is fueled by their vision and armed with dedication, translating their dreams into reality is always feasible. Running a community like Be Her Support is not challenging at all. To be honest it is a breath of fresh air from the chaotic world we live in today. The goal is to continue to conduct interviews to ensure that we continue to accept the right people for the community. I believe in quality, not quantity.

How does ” Be Her Support ” impact your community?
Be Her Support is a community that believes in giving back. Whether it is with our time or talent. The Fully foundation was created in honor of my grandmother who passed away from breast cancer. A portion of the first membership fees is donated to the American Cancer Society to continue to honor her. We also collaborate with our community and other businesses to volunteer our time during back-to-school events. We look forward to working with the school system in the near future to work with young teenage girls to prepare them for what happens after graduating from high school.

Where do you hope to see your brand in the next 3-5 years?
Be Her Support brand will continue to impact lives within the community with our members and amongst our community with our time and talent. I am proud of the authenticity of my brand that provides a way to connect one-on-one with people. We are currently represented in 5 states and looking forward to growing throughout the US and building a safe haven for women to give and receive support through community, connections, and most importantly accountability.

What advice do you have for the next generation of entrepreneurs?
Entrepreneurship is about being relentless for your passion and you’re willing to embrace change. It is one of the biggest risks but so satisfying if you are doing what you love. Don’t always expect your plans to go as planned but to plan for the unexpected. Be consistent and don’t give up.

What does being “Pretty and Black Owned mean to you?
Authentically walking in my truth while being beautiful inside and out.

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