The Southern California  Black Chamber of Commerce recognizes 6 Amazing Women Entrepreneurs 

L to R: Andreaus Poole, Jae Chanel, Alydda Hill, Ronecia Miller, Teaauna White and Brenda Jaye Armstrong. (Photo by Icon Photobooth)

San Bernardino, CA March 27th – The Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce recognized women entrepreneurs in celebration of Woman’s History Month and the 6 nominees were:

  • Alydda Hill
  • Andreaus Poole
  • Brenda Jaye Armstrong
  • Jae Chanel
  • Ronecia Miller
  • Teaauna White

Alydda Hill- Alydda is recognized for her contributions to the community through entertainment and music. Also known as Amoré The Songstress, Alydda has been singing and performing throughout the Inland Empire since she was a teenager and her partnerships with numerous churches and non profit organizations has helped many Inland Empire organizations reach their goals. Visit Alydda’s website to learn more about her music and upcoming events at 

Andreaus Poole- Andreaus is the co-founder of “The Dino Can” non profit based in San Bernardino. The Dino Can is a non profit that’s focused on uplifting the community through events for youth and supporting the homeless community through food drives and collaborations with other organizations to feed those in need and also cleaning up the local community. Follow The Dino Can on Instagram and stay up to date with upcoming events. 

Brenda Jaye Armstrong- Brenda teaches Momprenuers to achieve work-life harmony in 60 days with her online course. Brenda also is the founder of Mpire Dance Studios in San Bernardino, CA. Brenda hosts events and dance lessons at her studio and her studio is also accessible as a rental space. Follow Brenda on Instagram and check out her online course.

Jae Chanel- Jae is a film director, producer and youth advocate based in San Bernardino. Jae released “The Karma Effect” in 2022 and stars in a YouTube series with her son titled “L.O.A.T – Life of a teenager”. Jae will be releasing a feature film titled “Not a Victim” worldwide on all streaming platforms, watch the trailer here. Jae also released a book in 2021 titled “Goal Morning: Arise and Grind”. Follow Jae Chanel on Instagram for future projects she will be releasing. 

Ronecia Miller- Ronecia is the founder of a youth organization titled “Sista’s Making a Difference”. SMD hosts all types of events throughout the community for different occasions and holidays all year around. SMD also has a Dance and Step program all geared towards children. SMD overall serves as a resource for the community and in particular children. For more information and to stay up to date with future events follow “Sista’s Making a Difference” on Instagram.

Teaauna White- Teaauna is a trucking entrepreneur and author. Teaauna teaches the trucking business to people aspiring to get into the business and recently released a book titled “Guide to Truckin Playbook”. Teaauna also teaches a dispatching course to learn how to make money off of other peoples trucks. Click here for the dispatching course. Follow Teaauna on Instagram and check out her book and courses she offers.

Congrats to all the recipients! 

L to R: Brenda Jaye Armstrong, Alydda Hill, Ronecia Miller, Teaauna White, Jae Chanel, Andreaus Poole. (photo by Clifton Harris)

During the ceremony Amoré The Songstress also performed for everyone in attendance, see the video below.

Amoré The Songstress performs “Golden” by Jill Scott.

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