Whitnie is an experienced network marketer with a robust history working in varying industries including renewable energy, cosmetics, and real estate. She has a passion for public relations, brand awareness, and growth.
In her 20+ years working with URU, Whitnie has driven URU’s growth on social media platforms and built audiences around URU’s campaigns and video productions. She has been responsible for promotion and marketing for numerous URU projects, including “Woman to Woman: Helping Ourselves” and the documentaries Black Women in Medicine and The Deadliest Disease in America. Whitnie has also been involved in notable projects including the Sankofa Cultural Arts Festival in New Haven, CT, a 10-Day multimedia arts festival, and the Woman to Woman Breast Cancer Education initiative.
Whitnie earned a B.S. in Arts and Business Administration from Wagner University. She is a Certified Solar Specialist (DOS Approved) and is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the New York Women's Chamber of Commerce (NYWCC), and the Phenomenal Women Empowerment Alliance (PWEA).