Photography Credit: Photographer Laurencio Miguel Nalls of Forty Photography/Front Row: Journalist Kathy Chaney, Toure Muhammad of Bean Soup Times and Black Chicago Eats Tameka Thompson, School Superintendent Dr. Michell Smith, PharmD Misha Diamond
Top Row: Songstress Joyce Jackson Hurley, Dr. Carlos Smith of Smith Centers for Foot & Ankle Care Podiatrist, Val Warner, Windy City Live, Kristina Wynne Dori Collins City Colleges Kisalan Glover, Attorney Lisa Mac Gardner, Sibyl Holloway of SIB’S Breakfast Club, Dr. Cornel Darden Jr., Sean Howard, Marseil Jackson, Business Guru Allison Caldwell, Attorney Dana Being, Judge Bonita Coleman, Nathalie Loma, Mayor Jada D. Curry of The Village Of Lynwood, Artist Robert Lewis Clark
Curated by: Artist Bryant Lamont of ARTepidemic
Sibyl Halloway is a business owner and entrepreneur who utilizes her network to build opportunities for advancement in Chicagoland Communities. Every month, her organization, Sib’s Breakfast Club highlights a multitude of businesses within the community to encourage her followers to support black entrepreneurship. Each year Sibyl assembles the best and brightest of the city in a power networking summit to highlight the future of the cultural elite. This year’s “Game Changers” include a “Who’s Who” of Black Chicagoans who are leaders in business, media, law, entertainment, and more.
This year’s honorees include Kathy Chaney, Toure Muhammad, Tameka Thompson, Dr. Michell Smith, Misha Diamond, Joyce Jackson Hurley, Dr. Carlos Smith, Val Warner, Kristina Wynne Dori Collins Kisalan Glover, Attorney Lisa Mac Gardner, Dr. Cornel Darden Jr., Sean Howard, Marseil Jackson, Allison Caldwell, Attorney Dana Being, Judge Bonita Coleman, Nathalie Loma, Mayor Jada D. Curry, and Robert Lewis Clark.
Sib’s Breakfast Club is a marketing company in business since 2008. Owner, Sibyl Holloway says she was inspired to create this company to highlight black businesses in the community and to amplify their brands and businesses.
She decided to highlight the best and brightest each year with her Game Changers award to connect these powerhouses to one another. The ceremony for the Game Changers is a private event just for them to network and connect. Halloway also markets these individuals and their businesses and ventures for the year.
In addition, Sibyl also encourages others to support black businesses throughout the year with her #20Slash campaign. Each year she encourages everyone to spend at least $20 at Five different Black-Owned businesses and to check-in using the hashtag #20slash22. Sibyl also offers a co-working space for business owners in addition to her marketing services. The Breakfast Club is open to everyone, but she also has membership options available for those who seek her marketing expertise.
For more on Sib’s Breakfast Club, visit their website https://sibsbreakfastclub.com