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Meet Sulma Arzu-Brown, Author - "Pelo Malo No Existe/Bad Hair Does Not Exist" and "My Hair Comes wit The Global Advocate Career Podcast

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Meet Sulma Arzu-Brown a proud Garifuna, Latina, Black, Immigrant, and short woman raised in Hunts Point the Bronx.
Sulma is the self-published author of the award-winning book “Bad Hair Does Not Exist/ Pelo Malo No Existe” , "My Hair Comes With Me-Shifting the Paradigm of What Success Looks Like" and  “My Best Friend Likes Boys More Than Me.”  The books are not about hair or hairstyle, it's about the human experience that connects us all.
Her experience as a checker of many boxes on many applications, her corporate experience, community advocacate, mother and wife led her to write award winning books that raises conversations about the explicit bias and implicit biases.
Sulma is an Investor of the Boogie Down Grind Café,  serves as the Director of Operation for the  NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and sits on the Steering Committee for the Council on Women and Girls for the office of NYS Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.

Meet Sulma Arzu-Brown a proud Garifuna, Latina, Black, Immigrant, and short woman raised in Hunts Point the Bronx.
Sulma is the self-published author of the award-winning book “Bad Hair Does Not Exist/ Pelo Malo No Existe” , "My Hair Comes With Me-Shifting the Paradigm of What Success Looks Like" and  “My Best Friend Likes Boys More Than Me.”  The books are not about hair or hairstyle, it's about the human experience that connects us all.
Her experience as a checker of many boxes on many applications, her corporate experience, community advocacate, mother and wife led her to write award winning books that raises conversations about the explicit bias and implicit biases.
Sulma is an Investor of the Boogie Down Grind Café,  serves as the Director of Operation for the  NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and sits on the Steering Committee for the Council on Women and Girls for the office of NYS Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.

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