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Eula M. Young, daughter of the late John D. Young & Mrs. Gertrude Young, was raised in the south Bronx, New York. She graduated from William Howard Taft High School with an Academic Diploma. Ms. Young graduated in 2005 with her Bachelors in Business Administration from Metropolitan College of New York, and completed business courses at the Workshop in Business Opportunities (WIBO) class of 2009. Eula M. Young lives with her husband and partner Derrick M. Guest and their daughter Shassee.
Ms. Young has developed a sharp eye for business as the Chief Operating Officer & co-owner of Griot’s Roll Film Production & Services Inc. a video marketing and video consulting company. Ms. Young was the Publicist for the off Broadway Play “Choices” a production produced by The Negro Ensemble Company this started Ms. Young on her public relations journey.
As an entrepreneur who quickly helped build Griot’s Roll into its own successful business, is a social media and on-line marketing expert. Ms. Young was voted one of the top uptown women entrepreneurs for women’s history month (March 2012). Ms. Young was featured in the Harlem News (April 2012). Ms. Young was one of the 50 Fabulous Women Entrepreneurs in SistaSense Black Business Women On-line Magazine (July 2011). Ms. Young was interviewed for The Manhattan Times, The Amsterdam News, Black Enterprise Magazine (May 2009) featuring article, “Learn Cost Effective Ways to run their Business in These Hard Economic Times.” Ms. Young has appeared in Sister’s Agenda Magazine, North Dallas Gazette Business Weekly (June 2009), Workshop in Business Opportunities (Fall 2009) newsletter, and Essence Magazine (February 2010). Ms. Young contributes tips to several on line blogs - The Entreprenette Gazette, The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, Carol Roth, Dr. Shannon Reece, Strategies & Tactics for Women, Real Sister Rising and Harlem World on-line magazine. In 2011 Ms. Young is in the new book entitled: Mogul Mom – How to Quit Your Job, Start Your Own Business, and Join the Work-at-Home Revolution.
Ms. Young was a panelists for The Phenomenal Women Group Inc. at Medgar Evers College on “Women, Gender & Media”, guest speaker for Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership Inc. “Beyond Health Care Reform: The Role of Interconceptional Care in Reinventing Maternal & Child Health”, and the Black Data Processing Associates NY – 2012 & 2010 Black Family Technology Awareness Week "Cost Effective Solutions for Business Owners". Ms. Young was a guest speaker at SoBro Entrepreneurial Awards Gala Salute to Business Owners Networking Reception (June 2010) and on the panel for Fast Track To Solopreneur Success Meet-Up Group “Effective Video & Social Media Marketing”(January 2011), Guest Speaker at the Youth Entrepreneurial Program at The Harlem Educational Activities Fund (March 2011). Guest speaker for Black Business Works Inc. “Social Commerce: How to Make Your Social Network into a Marketing Magnet" (August 2011). Ms. Young teaches workshops to small business owners, entrepreneurs and youth groups entitled "Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin: How to Maximize Social Media, “Learn How to Setup and Use Social Networking Accounts Including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn", Social Media Etiquette Do’s and Don’ts and How to Build your On-line Presence now for College and Future Careers".
Ms. Young received the Parent’s Association Volunteer Awards from The Henry H. Garnet School for Success School Leadership Team (June 2011, 2010), The 2009 Real Sister’s Rising Certificate of Achievement Award and the 2009 Real Sisters Rising – Rising Star Award, Certificate from Fordham University Graduate School of Education Partnership Support Organization for active participation in Parents Association of The Henry H. Garnet School for Success (June 2009).
Ms. Young is a member of NY & NJ Minority Supplier Council, The NYC Small Business Services as an M/WBE, Black Business Works Inc. on the School Leadership Team and Parents Association at Frederick Douglass Academy II. For interviews, panel discussions, speaking engagements contact Ms. Young at (212) 281-2286 or firstname.lastname@example.org.