Walker’s Legacy Foundation Moms Who Hustle Newark Participant Makes Appearance on She’s Gotta Have It

Christina Bright

Christina “Chris Miss” Bright, blogger, digital strategist, and participant in the Walker’s Legacy Foundation Mom’s Who Hustle Newark program, made a cameo appearance in episode one of Spike Lee’s Netflix reboot of She’s Gotta Have It. Bright participated in the Foundation’s flagship program to provide entrepreneurship and financial literacy training to enterprising single mothers of color.

Born and raised in Newark, NJ, Bright utilizes Instagram and Youtube to promote the importance of self-confidence and openly share her love for her son, inner beauty, fashion, cooking, and people to inspire others to unapologetically do the things they love. She believes that everyone has a purpose, and only by doing the work within themselves will they be able to find and fulfill that purpose.

Her entrepreneurial venture, Everyday is ChrisMissorganizes and executes a number of charitable events in the Newark local community to spread her message. Check out Bright’s cameo in episode 1 of She’s Gotta Have It, now streaming on Netflix.


About Walker’s Legacy Foundation and Moms Who Enterprise (Formerly Moms Who Hustle)

Walker’s Legacy Foundation exists to provide the entrepreneurial, financial and professional support needed to improve economic prosperity and reduce economic inequality for multicultural women and girls, globally.

This year the organization graduated more than 52 low-income single mothers through its Moms Who Enterprise – a financial literacy and entrepreneurship program conducted in Detroit, Baltimore, DC and Newark and awarded $5,000 in micro-grants to its DC cohort of low-income millennial single mothers. Please see a recap video here.

Kesi Felton

Communications Intern

Kési Felton is a sophomore Journalism major from Atlanta, Georgia. This year she serves as the Senior Editor for Her Campus Howard Chapter. She also works with the Cathy Hughes School of Communications Student Council as the Assistant Director of the Freshman Mentoring Program. In addition to writing her own personal blog, she has written articles for Walker's Legacy and Pretty Girls Sweat, LLC. Through writing and journalism, Kési hopes to share the stories of underrepresented groups, starting with Black women.

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