1- Hello Amanda, can you please tell us a bit about yourself?
I’m the CEO/Owner of 5 Arizona based companies: Trinity Promotion Solutions, Support District Radio Network, Support District Television, Guarded Hope (Non-Profit) and Regal Entertainment Management. Also known as a Community Advocate, Writer, Radio Personality, and is currently releasing her new natural fragrance Lovely by Amanda Wynn.

2- What are your focus areas and why?
My focus areas are media marketing and productions is our platform. Our purpose is to provide for people’s immediate support.

3- Where do you think you are making an impact?
In the inner communities and local businesses.

4- Can you tell us about your business “Support District Radio Network”?
Support District Radio Network is made up of three current radio stations. My Radio Phoenix, SDR Uncut, and My Radio Chicago. My Radio Phoenix houses my show “Pillow Talk” every Thursday night. On my show, my co-host and I address sex, love, and relationships of all kinds. This has become a great platform for independent artist to promote their craft. As well as a great spot to find great old school new school and independent R&B music. I’m seeking to empower not only myself but others around me. With improvisation, anything can be attained and I firmly believe the collective achieved success of my team proves that.

5- What were some of the biggest challenges you encountered while working to launch it?
Learning to balance and grow multiple companies and maintain a household.

6- Can you tell us about your strategies?
Connecting with as many community leaders as possible to ensure our communities growth

7- Where do you see the company in the next 5 years?
Taking the network internationally and successfully mirror business and community involvement internationally utilizing the Radio and TV Platform

8- What can you tell young women entrepreneurs who are pursuing their dreams?
Know your worth and purpose

9- What are you most excited about at the moment?
Seeing the people we empower growing to their full potential

10- The last word or final thoughts?
The way we can ensure change and bridge the gap is through personal interaction, intermittent conversations, and change of perspective.