ACHI Women Supporting Women Association, Inc.
     ACHI Women Supporting      Women Association, Inc.
Board President,Juanita Fletcher

Described as a gifted visionary, Dr. Juanita Fletcher has been commended for her inept ability to look past the problems of today, straight into the possibilities of tomorrow.  As a serial entrepreneur, Dr. Fletcher has launched and sold several companies throughout her years starting with Available Insurance Agency which she launched in 1997 and sold to Nationwide Insurance in 2002. Today Dr. Fletcher not only oversees day to day operations as the Editor in Chief of ACHI Magazine, a digital publication, but she is also the director of the charity ACHI Women Supporting Women Association, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization comprised of accomplished women, dedicated to supporting educational programs, mentorships and the necessary resources to empower the next generation of women.

Dr. Fletcher also has an extensive education. In 2003, Dr. Fletcher returned to school at the age of thirty-five.  Today she holds a BA of Christian Leadership from Tidewater Bible College (2007); a Master of Divinity from Virginia Union University’s School of Theology (2010); a Master of Arts in Management and Leadership from Liberty University’s School of Business (2010); and a Doctorate from Regent University’s School of Business and Leadership (2014).

In addition to her business aspirations, Dr. Fletcher is also a national gospel recording artist with three recorded projects to her credit; Surrender (2000), Free to be Me (2004) and Turning Point (2006).  Her recordings can be found on outlets such as Amazon.com and Itunes.  Dr. Fletcher recently relocated to the Atlanta area with her husband and two adult daughters to expand the organization. 

 

 

Board Vice President, Taneisha Fletcher

 

Taneisha Fletcher (alias NeizhaB) is an entrepreneur, Fashion photographer, Creative director and Fashion Editor for ACHI Magazine – (ACHI "For Women That Want It All") is a Fashion & Lifestyle Magazine that Empowers and Inspires All Women of All Walks! (empower the rich, inspire the poor - or Vice Versa)

In addition to filling these roles for the digital magazine, Taneisha oversees the website, social media sites, and all of the graphic work for the magazine. At the age of only 12 years old, she found a strong interest in photography. By 16 she received her first professional camera where she expanded her portfolio, won school competitions and later ventured into video. She went on to sell her very first professional photograph in the 11th grade, to the Suffolk Arts Museum in Virginia. The same year Taneisha won a $1000 scholarship in 2009 for her photography skills, to put towards her tuition at The Art Institute of Washington, DC. Happily surprised by the success of her businesses, Taneisha made the bold but promising decision to leave school and focus her efforts on her work.  Taneisha has worked as the Vice President of GHME Productions, Inc. for 4 years before closing the doors. GHME was the first company she and her mother, Dr. Juanita Fletcher started together. In September 2013, they embarked on another journey with the magazine where she’s the Creative Director and Photographer. Since the realization of her abilities and the expansion of her brand as a photographer and now videographer, she was asked by a few directors at Cox Communications to join their team. Because of her skill set has been working with Cox Communications, the local television station Cox 11, where she films, edits and assists writing scripts.

Taneisha has been working as a professional photographer 9 years now and a videographer for .  Taneisha has found great success in all of these businesses and has proven herself as a reliably hard worker and entrepreneur.

 

 

Board Secretary, Natasha Fletcher

 

Natasha Fletcher grew up in Chesapeake Virginia where she enlisted in the United States Navy. She served 5 years honorably, 3 of which were overseas in Yokosuka Japan. She then transferred to San Diego, California to finish her service time. After separating from the armed forces she went on to continue her education at California State University, majoring in Environmental Science and Resource management while minoring in economics. “I have always had a deep and sincere passion to give back to the people and our world.”

Now as the Secretary of the board for ACHI Women Supporting Women Association she plans to continue to give back by spreading the power of education. She feels that understanding the positive externalities of an educated society is key to a better world for our future generations and with women as the backbone, knows we will create a movement in the right direction.
Board Treasurer, Regina Tyler
Regina Tyler is an accomplished financial manager with over two decades of experience in profit and loss statements, budgeting, and marketing. She is currently a member of Women Supporting Women Association (WSWA) where she currently works as a treasurer. In her previous employment, as an operational manager, she has won numerous awards for increased store profitability and sales growth. Regina’s success has given her a platform to train others for store ownership.

In her career journey she discovered finance not only requires knowledge of numbers but people skills. Regina received her associate degree in human services followed by a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. This gave her the skill set to understand and communicate effectively to her clients while maintaining a strong long-term relationship. Her ultimate goal is to connect professional women with other professional women through WSWA.

ACHI Magazine is a product of ACHI WSWA and is used to help support the efforts of the charity.

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