The ladies of Belle Collective are devoted to showcasing Mississippi's top Black female entrepreneurs and the state's best qualities. Even if Season 2 is much more than just drama, there will still be a lot of it.
The women will discuss the journey of entrepreneurship, shifting family dynamics, surviving family catastrophes, and making it look easy while being great. Watch this season of Belle Collective to see how the women balance friendship, business, family, and kids.
The second season of the hit show from Kingdom Reign Entertainment and Executive Producer Carlos King starts on Friday, July 29.
Meet the Belles
CEO of Lateshia Pearson Enterprise, Inc. is Lateshia Pearson. As a force of emancipation, inspiration, and support for women on their path to entrepreneurship, business strategist Lateshia has amassed considerable fame and celebrity in the public eye. The Mississippi Business Journal recognized Lateshia with the Top Entrepreneur of the Year Award for 2020 and the Top 50 Under 40 Award for 2020.
Latrice Rogers is a successful businesswoman, TV personality, and a leader in the beauty industry. She serves as the CEO of both Goddess Lengths Virgin Hair and E'Sensual Beauty. Young Entrepreneur of the Year for 2017 by the U.S. Small Business Association. The incredible contributions her thriving company has made to Mississippi are highlighted by this distinguished award, which also honors the dedication and hard work required to run a successful business.
CEO of the thriving Hamilton Davis Mental Health company and a self-made millionaire, Marie Hamilton-Abston. In Mississippi, Marie is the first African American to own many opioid treatment centers. Hamilton Davis Mental Health, Inc., Hamilton Davis Home Care, Inc., Hamilton Davis Medical Supply, Inc., Hamilton Davis Adult Day Care, Inc., Hamilton Davis Transport, Hamilton Davis Assisted Living Agency, Inc., Hamilton Davis Community Outreach, Inc., Hamilton Davis K-12 Private Academy, Inc., Hamilton Davis Auto Sales, Inc., Zuri Marie Cosmetics, Zuri Marie Virgin Hair, and Zuri Marie Fashion Designer are all part of Marie's multimillion dollar empire.
Tambra Cherie works full-time as an interactive media personality. She is a poised and approachable radio/TV personality, entertainment news journalist, author, business owner, spokesperson, and host. Tambra Cherie has also appeared as a guest host on the popular Lifetime television program "Bring It!" She presently appears as a guest co-host on Dish Nation TV, which airs on FOX affiliates.
One of the newest Belles, Aikisha Holly-Colon also serves as vice president of her family's foundation, The Holly Foundation, and as president and executive director of the Willie and Aikisha Colon Foundation. Aikisha Colon belongs to the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is the wife of former NFL player, Super Bowl champion, and radio/TV personality Willie Colon and the mother of Holly LaSonia-Grace and William Muriel, IV. She is a co-partner and co-owner of Bricks and Hops Beer Garden in the Bronx, New York. In the near future, she will open a second site in the Farish Street Historic District of Jackson, her hometown.
"So Gucci" is a nickname given to Sophia O. Williams. She runs Step 2 So Gucci Fitness, where she offers boot camps to promote health and wellness in the neighborhood, and she is a certified personal trainer. She is also a well-known and successful real estate salesperson in Jackson, Mississippi, with amazing sales numbers. In fact, in her first year as a realtor, she sold more than $1 million in real estate.
Kingdom Reign Entertainment produces Belle Collective, with Carlos King, Angela Dugan, Scott Shatsky, Cherelle Hinds, and Michelle Brando serving as executive producers.
Here is the link to the most recent season's teaser: