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A. Alanda Gregory

Dubuque, IA

National Leaders of Color Fellowship


Headshot of a person with a soft smile, of medium light skin tone and short dark hair, wearing a green flower clip in their hair, as well as large dark frame glasses, light red lipstick, and a necklace.
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Fifty-three fellows from communities across the U.S. were selected to participate in the 2022-2023 National Leaders of Color Fellowship cohort to build on the legacy of creating an intersectional, intergenerational, and multiracial movement on behalf of cultural equity across the field. During this no-cost eight-month fellowship, fellows receive access to specialists in the field, strategic learning objectives to deepen thought on anti-racist and culturally-oriented leadership practices, and national-level network and cohort building.

A. Alanda Gregory (she/her) is a Writer, Planner, Certified Life Coach/Life Mentor, Community Advocate and Speaker. Co-Owner of Tri-Phoenix Group, LLC dba Tri-Phoenix Media, & Co-Founder of Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC) Leader & Professional Collective. Alanda is a wife and the proud mother of 2 HBCU college graduates, 3 entrepreneurs with their own brands of Catering, Styling and Brand Merch.

Alanda saw it was necessary to create a brand to assist creative professionals with their own identity development. Alanda has a degree in Business administration and a certified Life Coach, she is a self-taught entrepreneur & entertainer open to understanding the needs of the creative professional. Her creative vision is helping other people (as well as herself) to thrive to become better versions of themselves. Alanda incorporates Emotional Intelligence and Life Coaching Education in her services to enhance client experiences to unlock their own potential. Alanda uses her past experience as a corporate professional to create services tailored to others in the art/culture, entertainment and small business circuit. Primarily Alanda’s focus is BIPOC Owned businesses and BIPOC professionals, she believes the BIPOC population is the most underserved and under-appreciated citizens in the United States. As a Creative Professional and community advocate, Alanda considers herself a Master Networking Media Maven.

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