This Week on Financial Voices Radio

November 29, 2012

Live this week on Financial Voices WURD 900 AM

Special Guest: Naima Turner
Style Simply Stated
(STYLE) SIMPLY STATED Creative Founder Naima Turner knows a thing or two about fashion and style. Through years of working in various parts of the fashion industry, she has developed a niche to spot trend and style news, as well as, the ability to enhance one’s style image. Her resume includes working behind-the-scenes, styling and assisting with the production of fashion segments for national television shows such as, the Today show, The View and A Movie and A Makeover. She was also introduced to the literary world, while working for one of her mentors and former boss, Lloyd Boston. Her book credits include: senior researcher for Boston’s second book, Make Over Your Man (Broadway/Random House Books); and for his third book, Before You Put That On (Atria/Simon&Schuster), Ms. Turner created the book title and styled the book’s cover. Before You Put That On also includes an interview with Ms. Turner where she offers insight on different types of shopping characteristics. 

*You can also catch Naima every week on the Style Groove Report with Naima Turner on Soulful Sundays with Dyana Williams and Derrick Sampson on 100.3 WRNB, a Radio One Network Affiliate* 

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Show Hosts

Sharmain Matlock-Turner
President and CEO
Urban Affairs Coalition
Steve Sanders
StoneRidge Investment Partners
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