Author: Staff

If you’re used to dating in the analog world, dating in the digital world can be difficult. Swiping right can occasionally result in a fortuitous encounter with someone interesting and new, but it’s typically simply another source of worry. In today’s microwave society and devaluation of love, finding your person can seem like a futile task. Naza Shelley wants to transform the perception of professional Black women. Shelley teamed up with her best friend and fellow Howard Law School alum, Sali Hama, to establish CarpeDM, a match-making app that particularly seeks partnership for highly successful and ambitious Black women, after…

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