Entrepreneur and pioneering public radio sports journalist Tandaleya Wilder was named one of Miami-Dade County's 25 Most Influential & Prominent Black Women in Business and Leadership for 2014. Legacy Miami publisher Joycelyn Brown presented the award to Wilder during a VIP luncheon reception on September 19th at Morton's Steakhouse in Miami, Florida.
Tandaleya, also known as 'Miss She Got Game,' is an entrepreneur, digital media consultant, contributing Hot 105 radio personality and an award-winning journalist with more than 20 years of experience elevating the brands of some of the nation's most influential thought leaders and rising stars. She created the nation's first women's sports radio internet show called "She Got Game," a Gracie Allen award-winning program. Years later she expanded the show into a powerful brand and boutique PR firm, She Got Game Media.
Wilder is also the co-founder of The Foundation Guy, a celebrity nonprofit PR and marketing firm. She has worked with top celebrity clients including comedienne Sheryl Underwood, author Michael Eric Dyson, radio host Rick Party, American Idol Symphony Howlett and Broadway performer Gelan Lambert, among others.
Recently she and celebrity reporter Tanisha Smith of Celebrityitis Magazine launched SOBE Agency, a new talent management company based in South Beach, Miami.
"I'm am truly humbled to be named one of Miami-Dade County's 25 Most Influential & Prominent Black Women in Business and Leadership for 2014. Legacy is a phenomenal publication which provides a valuable service to the Miami-Dade Community. I look forward to the new friendships and business relationships that will develop from this prestigious honor," said Wilder.
To interview Tandaleya Wilder contact She Got Game Media at (305) 771-5372.
About Legacy Magazine:
Established in 2004, Legacy Magazine is a news/business publication serving South Florida’s black professional community with insightful articles and information on business, careers, politics, lifestyle, education, culture and social commentary. Through a distribution partnership with the Miami Herald and the Palm Beach Post, Legacy has a tri-county readership of 1,500,000 and publishes bi-monthly.