Monyetta Shaw, Radio Personality Egypt Sherrod Honored At ‘Top 25 Women’ in ATL

Congratulations is in order for some Atlanta’s top female movers and shakers. Rolling Out held a private dinner celebration honoring the “Top 25 Women of Atlanta” for their achievements in business, media, entertainment and the community. Among the honorees were V103 midday host/host of HGTV’s “Property Virgins” Egypt Sherrodon-air personality for “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show” Ebony Steele, and Monyetta Shaw, owner of Emerlyn and Ester Boutique (Ne-Yo’s fiance).









Kudos to following women who were also honored:





  • ·         Tara Murphy, Owner/President, 360 Media, Inc.
  • ·         Camille Russell Love, director, City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs
  • ·         Alisha Thomas Morgan, House of Representatives, Georgia
  • ·         Anne Talton, agent/owner, American Family Insurance
  • ·         Deborah Riley Draper, VP and Head of the Experiential Marketing, BBDO
  • ·         Ebony Steele, co-host of the “Rickey Smiley Morning Show
  • ·         Egypt Sherrod, host, “On Air With Egypt”, V103; and host of HGTV’s “Property Virgins”
  • ·         Erica Qualls, general manager, Atlanta Marriott Marquis-Marriott International
  • ·         Grace Kisa, visual artist, Kisa Studios
  • ·         Joyce Sheperd, councilmember, Atlanta City Council
  • ·         Karyn Greer, anchor, 11Alive Morning News
  • ·         Kimberly Paige, VP, African American Marketing, Coca-Cola Company
  • ·         Lori Harrison, Mary Kay Cosmetics
  • ·         Malissa “Mali” Hunter, COO, The Retnuh Agency; TreeSound Studios
  • ·         Markina Brown, chief meteorologist, CBS Atlanta News
  • ·         Maureen Yancey, owner/CEO, My Beauty – Beauty Supply
  • ·         Monyetta Shaw, owner, Emerlyn and Ester Boutique
  • ·         Muriel Powell, McDonald’s owner/operator; president, Golden Partners, LLC
  • ·         Renee Sattiewhite, president/CEO, Sattiewhite Training Producions, Inc.
  • ·         Susan J. “Sue” Ross, vendor development manager, City of Atlanta; Photo-griot
  • ·         Sylvia Webb, founder and executive director, 40 Girls and Some Shoes
  • ·         Tameka “Tiny” Harris, entertainer
  • ·         Tisha Tallman, president & CEO, Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • ·         Dr. Queenston Thorpe, dean, Health & Public Safety Technologies, Atlanta Technical College