Dr. Stepheny Finnie
Dr. Finnie Care, LLC
Company Page: drfcare.com
Dr. Stepheny Finnie is a Believer, Wife, Mother, and an HBCU Graduate, and she has been a Civil Servant for the Federal Government for 17-years. She also supported her Husband as he transitioned from service in the Navy to a Federal Government career. Her foundation is grounded in her faith, family, desire to support Veterans, and determination to see Women live happy healthy lives. These traits have resulted in the establishment of Dr. Finnie Care, LLC., to educate on the harmful ingredients in many over-the-counter sanitary products and provide safe options.
Ms. Finnie completed her undergraduate work at Langston University, where she majored in Business Administration. She was also Miss Langston University from 1997-1998. Mrs. Finnie further her education by earning her Master’s Degree in Human Resource Administration from East Central University in 2000. In 2009, Dr. Stepheny Finnie earned a Doctorate of Philosophy in General Business from Capella University and returned in 2012 to earn a Graduate-Level Certificate in Diversity Studies.
Before we begin tonight's show with my guest Dr. Stepheny Finnie, I wanted to acknowledge the passing of the fantastic and always gracious Cicely Tyson.
Cicely Tyson was an actress and fashion model. In a career spanning more than seven decades, she became known for her portrayal of strong African-American women. Throughout her career, Tyson refused to play drug addicts, prostitutes, or maids, roles she thought demeaning to Black women. But when a good part came along, she grabbed hold of it with tenacity.
Refusing to participate in the blaxploitation movies that became popular in the late ’60s, she waited until 1972 to return to the screen in the drama “Sounder,” which captured several Oscar nominations, including one for Tyson as best actress.
Tyson made history when she became the first African American to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress for 1974’s TV film The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman.
Despite her achievements onstage and in films, much of the actress’s best work was done for television. In addition to “Miss Jane Pittman,” she did an outstanding job in “Roots,” “The Wilma Rudolph Story,” “King: The Martin Luther King Story,” “When No One Would Listen,” “A Woman Called Moses.” Recent film appearances include Alex Cross, Diary of a Mad Black Woman, and The Help.
The legendary actress promoting her long-awaited memoir, “Just As I Am,” when she passed away on Jan. 28, is now a No. 1 bestselling author.
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