I left the company I started to follow my dreams

I left the company I started to follow my dreams

About a month ago, I came to realize that I am not the best fit for Blossomanymore so I have made the difficult decision to leave. This summer, I learned a lot about myself and my capacity. I learned the difference between what I wanted for myself and I what I wanted for others which can be difficult to discern in today’s world (aka social media).

Leaving Blossom doesn’t mean it’s over for me or for Blossom. Leaving Blossom allows room for new leadership and new opportunities for both me and for Blossom. And I am excited for you all to see what’s in store. 

As the founder of Blossom, I am so grateful for the opportunities this has afforded me including working with many of you, meeting many of you, creating with many of you, lunches with many of you and quick chats with many of you. My favorite thing by far has been serving many of you. I started Blossom with the goal of creating a platform for women of color to be seen and heard so I’ve already done what I set out to do.

Thank you to everyone who has believed in Blossom, worked with Blossom, supported Blossom, liked a photo, shared a link, subscribed to the newsletter, came to an event, mentioned us, shared our work, followed us on social, allaaathat.While it hurts to leave, I am excited about what’s to come. I’ll still be creating content for myself (lots of videos coming soon!) and for entrepreneurs, corporations, startups, content creators and etc through Majority Women, the production company I’m running.

My mission will always be the same - create opportunities for women of color to live and do the work they love. And I will continue to live out my mission in everything I do moving forward.

I am proud of the work we’ve done at Blossom. Excited for what’s to come at Blossom.

If you need me, you can find me at diamonde@majoritywomen.com! 

This is only the beginning. 

Live in bloom,

Diamonde




P.S. I'll be reaching out to you this week with more to come. Can't wait to share! 



I used to think my value was connected to the work I did

I used to think my value was connected to the work I did