Just in case you didn’t already know I LOVE Michelle Obama! So when I found out that I was going to be in the same room with her, I immediately did a happy dance. After I saw the rest of the lineup for the #Pennwomen conference I cleared my calendar knowing that I was not […]
As published on BlackEnterprise.com by Chanel Martin on April 18, 2017. How One Night of Girl Talk Turned Into an Organization That Hosts Over 200 Women Natalie Dean discusses what inspired her to start the nonprofit, Whine & Cheese, Inc. (Image source: Natalie Dean) Natalie Dean is a communications professional with over 10 years of […]
As posted in the The Philadelphia Sunday Sun March 11, 2016 By Monica Peters What inspired this concept? In February of 2011, I was in the midst of some life-altering events. I was trying to define my role in a new position at work, adjust to living in a new city, excel in my Masters […]
On August 28, 2015, Natalie was invited by the Patty Jackson of Philadelphia’s 105.3 WDAS-FM to talk about Whine & Cheese, Inc. and its upcoming Relax.Relate.Retreat. Below you can hear the interview.
On March 19, 2015, Natalie was invited by the Flood the Block Radio Show team to talk about Whine & Cheese, Inc. Below you can hear the interview. Part 1 (ffwd to 3:45) Part 2
Published March 16, 2015 By AKelectiveMuse.com In 2010, public relations guru Natalie Dean found herself working in a dead-end career. As a graduate of Clark Atlanta University with a Master’s from Georgetown University, Natalie knew that her talents were worth more. In the midst of dealing with the stress of her job, daily complaining became the […]
As posted in The Gazette By Kirsten Petersen October 2, 2014 Six days a year, 10 women from different walks of life gather at Natalie Dean’s Upper Marlboro home to share take-out and wine, release stress and find something to smile about. Dean’s model for a girls’ gathering, “Whine & Cheese,” has spread to other women […]
Posted November 19, 2013 By Nicole Clark Consulting “… I believe that women of color in particular have been conditioned to mask the truths of their lives, even to their closest friends, because for some reason we feel we’re in competition with one another. We don’t want to reveal our problems because that somehow correlates to […]