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One of her notable accomplishments is her successful children’s book, Zoey Goes to the Zoo. The book is a charming tale of a young girl’s adventure at the zoo and is geared towards preschool and elementary-aged children. It aims to encourage children to explore their curiosity and develop a love for learning. Zoey Goes to the Zoo is a testament to Ashley’s creativity and dedication to providing quality education for children.
Financial experts Kenneth Kelly and John Hope Bryant address closing the wealth gap to end poverty and improve banking practices in Season 3 of The Chavis Chronicles.
Given the range of contributions that these speakers have made to society, they are well-deserving of recognition as some of the most influential African Americans in the speaking business and deserve to be celebrated this Black History Month.
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