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Meet The Owner:
Quiana Bradford

Quiana have loved entertainment ever since I was a little girl from St. Louis, MO. She started off as a dancer at six years old. I joined my school choir at the age of eight years old until my senior year in high school. In addition, participated in a few pageants, played a few sports and joined the freshmen step team in college. She graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Clark Atlanta University. 


After college, she worked for an Information Technology company for nine years. Started at the lowest position in the company worked myself up to one of the highest managerial positions at the local site. Although she was at my highest point career wise, she knew that her purpose was not still not met.


 Quiana started her first company called weVIP LLC which was a social media management company turned into a production company. She quit her job at the Information Technology Company to pursue her entrepreneurial dreams. She started focusing on her company, producing live shows such as battle rap competitions, dance competitions and music showcases. However, her lack of persistence on the direction of the company led her to close it in 2019. Following the company closing, she worked a few side hustles just to support her family financially, but still never let go of her entrepreneurial dreams. 


Late one night, she had a dream to start a podcast. A dream which turned to a vision so I decided to take a chance and start Women Unplugged Podcast in March 2020. Later, she started Women Unplugged Entertainment LLC in May 2020 as a safe space for her creative ideas and for people to enjoy them while providing opportunities for talent/creatives. In January 2022, she had her first music showcase since 2019 and her first fashion show for Mental Health Awareness in May 2022. She truly believes in not giving up on anything that brings happiness so she continue to move forward.

When Quiana is not working, she loves to sing, go out to eat, travel and spend time with my two beautiful teenage children.


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