Tracey Edmonds is teaming with Centric for a new 8-episode series called “Queen Boss,” which aims to find the sharpest African American female entrepreneurs and have them compete for the business opportunity of a lifetime.
Tracey is no stranger to TV, the movie producer and host launched Alright TV a couple years ago to help spread God’s word.
“Younger people need to be inspired on a daily basis and I want to meet that need,” she explained during the launch. “Faith is the foundation of who we are. Seventy six percent of Americans identify themselves as Christian. I felt there was a faith based audience that was underserved in the area of entertainment. I wanted to build a network with Christian values without trading high quality,” Edmonds said.
About Queen Boss:
Queen Boss, is the first business competition reality series for Black female entrepreneurs.
Throughout the competition a total of 18 contestants will battle it out by presenting their innovative products to a panel of celebrity judges including Vanessa Simmons, Lauren Lake, Kandi Burruss, Carla Hall, Mikki Taylor, Lisa Price, Rakia Reynolds, Angela Benton and Robin Wilson.
Tune in to Centric on Saturday, January 14 at 10P|9C, to catch the series premiere of QueenBoss[xyz-ihs snippet=”queenboss”]