A GENIUS AND VISIONARY
Lawrence has established herself in the world of communication with over 15+yrs of experience she has been called to work along the side of presidential candidates, mayoral candidates, celebrities, pro athletes and the alike.
In 2012 she launched Exposure Magazine, a lifestyle publication reaching over 212 countries. Lawrence took the publication from an online blog to a print publication by 2013. In efforts to grow her media empire she launched, Urban Wall Street Journal Newspaper in remembrance of those who lost their lives in 1921 in the Tulsa, Oklahoma massacre.
The socially conscious newspaper official in print date is Feb. 5th 2017 http://1921wallstreetjournal.com Urban Wall Street Journal newspaper distribution is set to be delivered to coffee shops, universities, and professional lobbies throughout the midwest and southern states.
Driven to succeed, Lawrence is in the process of launching a trade publication called, “BOOKLIST,” the minority report. The trade publication will feature notable, new, and self-published minority authors, from around the world. As a digital publication BOOKLIST’s distribution is unlimited, the publication is accessible using any mobile device- it also offers a print-on-demand option. is another option offered. BOOKLIST’s target readers are librarians, agents, publishers, book festival organizers, book buyers, book clubs, teachers, retailers, and as well professionals with an interest in minority written literature.
Lawrence announced her retirement from PR as a publicist, she’s decided to start a turn-key solution program, for those seeking to build brand equity. The Buzz Creation program has been examined by several experts in the industry all stated the program would be viable and in high-demand. As more people leap out to start a business the need to be unique, develop content online, and stay ahead of the curve will be enforced.
“It is inevitable that change is coming and businesses rather small or large, they will need to be prepared and consistent in an overcrowded marketplace. I designed the program as a collaborative effort between the client and PR practitioner. I think client should be more involved in the development of the PR campaign and brand equity. This way they too can appreciate the hard work that goes into creating a legacy,” stated Ms. Lawrence
For more details about the program visit http://www.rlassc.com to make an appointment
Lawrence graduated from Marquette University school of communication, studied journalism at Kent University and she continues to study daily to insure she meets the marketplace equipped with knowledge.
Member of Organizations
- The Milwaukee Press Club
- Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce
- Former Rotary Club Member
- Society of Soars
Lawrence is the founder of Soar Women’s Empowerment Summit in 2016 Northwestern Mutual sponsored and supported her vision and humanitarian project. The event has attracted women from all over the country along with celebrities such as: Mary J. Blige, Melinda Gates, Married to Medicine reality celebrity Lisa Nicole Cloud, Dr. Myla Bennett, Dr. Chappell and others. Find more details by visiting http://www.soarwomen.com
RollOut the Carpet: for the 2018 Stellar Awards
SUMMARY OF 2018 STELLAR AWARDS TOP NOMINEES
The Woman Who Brought Us “Don’t Make Me Over” Sybil
Classy and truly a woman of excellence, Sybil brings light to fading world. It was a pleasure to have an opportunity to have met an angel.
The beautiful and talented Songstress Sybil sat down for an exclusive interview with Exposure Magazine CEO & Founder of @MsTam Lawrence- during the Women’s Gathering in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on March 9th 2018.
Sharing her take on walking in your purpose. Sybil drops some golden nuggets on the audience, “Trust the process and believe in you!” Sybil graced the stage with her heartfelt presence–singing her hit single, “Don’t make me over.”
Tam Lawrence: Sybil have you ever been in a dark place? If so, how did you break-through?
Sybil: [to read more about how Sybil spilled the good tea– pick up a copy of Exposure Magazine’s March issue being released on 3/15/2018
Facebook: @MsTam Lawrence
Celebrating Women: Kroger named a Cincinnati executive as its first-ever African-American division president
Kroger named a Cincinnati executive as its first-ever African-American division president
Kroger has named a Cincinnati executive as its first-ever African-American division head. Monica Garnes, currently corporate vice president of produce-floral merchandising, will move to Phoenix to become president of the grocer’s Fry’s division. The promotion marks a return to the southwest for Garnes, who served as vice president of merchandising at Fry’s from 2013 to 2015.
Garnes was twice named one of the Top Women in Grocery by Progressive Grocer magazine and has been recognized as one of the “Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink” by Fortune and Food & Wine magazines.
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