Pretty Women Who Hustle: Quintina Briscoe

Speech Language Pathologist and founder of Pediatric Speech Lab and Speech Lab University (SLU) Quintina Briscoe shares 3 reasons she is a woman who hustles.

I’m resilient: Despite all of the obstacles that come with being a minority business owner, particularly in the medical field with minimal providers, I have been able to bounce back from setbacks, surprises, opposition, etc. Every time I bounce back I come back stronger and more motivated! 

I’m Determined: I know that my life is purposeful. I am extremely determined to fulfill the purpose of my life. I am an extremely motivated person, even when I do not feel like it, my subconscious pushes me! I’m determined to achieve my goals and I am extremely motivated to fulfill my God-given purpose. 

I’m God Centered: I literally cannot do anything without God. I consult God in all decision-making in my life. If I didn’t, I would be hustling backward! If it’s not in his will, he is not obligated to pay the bill! I would never do any of this without him! 

About Quintina Briscoe –

As a Speech and Language Pathologist and Private Practice Owner, Quintina Briscoe, her entrepreneurship journey consist of two business models. She is the owner of the  Pediatric Speech Lab offering multi-disciplined services such as Behavioral Health (ABA), Speech Therapy, and Occupational Therapy to the pediatric population, ages 0-21, and clients with more severe disabilities, ranging in age from 21-35. 

She is also the CEO of Speech Lab University, an ASHA-approved, CEU professional development company within Pediatric Speech Lab. SLU primarily focuses on continuing education for other speech and language professionals. In addition, SLU strives to educate families through courses, engagement, and interaction for the betterment of their children. Ultimately helping families to understand and cope with their child’s diagnosis.

Learn more about Quintina by visiting her website and following her on social media.

Chandra Gore

Integrity and hard-work have always been the hallmarks Chandra has used to build successful and profitable businesses through her consulting firm has worked with entrepreneurs to help them create foundations for success through her boutique consulting and public relations firm, Chandra Gore Consulting. Quietly making strides with placements for small businesses, entertainment, authors, therapists and motivational speaking clients on local and national news outlets she has been leaving her mark as a publicist in the industry. She is also an author, festival founder, producer and speaker on topics such as Business Strategies, Media Relations and Entrepreneurship. Launching Conversations with Chan - her personal brand that includes a podcast, YouTube channel and publication on

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