Carolyn M. Brown is a native of Paterson, NJ. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism/radio-television-film from Temple University. She began her career as a magazine writer and editor with publication credits that include Black Enterprise,, Essence, Pink, The Source, Entrepreneur, and Hispanic Business. Carolyn also originated a weekly money management column for AOL and penned two books: The Millionaire’s Club and Nobody’s Business But Your Own. As an authority on business and personal finance, she has appeared on television and radio including BET, CNN, FOX, USA, PBS, BLOOMBERG, KISS, WOL and WLIB.

Carolyn teamed up with childhood comrade (and Catholic school classmate) D.E. Womack to create the dramatic play, “Accessories,” which kicked off the 1993-1994 staged reading series produced by the Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center in association with Harlem’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. The duo teamed up again to write “The Engagement,” a full length three-act play that debuted in 2006 at the Studio Theatre in New York. Carolyn served as producer on “The Engagement,” which enjoyed a six-week run at the West Village’s Wings Theater in 2007. Her piece, “Baby Mama Drama,” was showcased in the Zero to Sixty in One Page Play Festival sponsored by Where Eagles Dare Theatre. Her latest collaborative theatrical work is “Flowers,” which takes a cutting look at intimate partner abuse.

Carolyn also is the co-founder of All in Black and White Productions LLC, a company dedicated to developing and promoting emerging performing artists.


  1. January 25, 2012 at 1:09 pm

    Keep shining Carolyn! You are a Digital Sisterhood inspiration!

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