ULAA Women Crush Wednesday (WCW)

By Danlette Grace Washington 

#WomenCrushingWednesday  Today for ULAA Women Crush Wednesday (WCW), we are highlighting two amazing Liberian women: 

Mrs. Siatta Scott Johnson and Ms. Christiana D. Taylor.

1.Mrs. Siatta Scott Johnson is a Liberian journalist and advocate.

She serves as President of the Female Journalists Association of Liberia. She is also the CEO at Smart Media Liberia, an organization that provides training, development and mentorship to young people, students, and other individuals. 

Smart Media Liberia also collaborates with under-served and under-represented women, youth and other communities to tell their stories, and organize social justice through filmmaking and other creative media arts.

In 2007, Mrs. Scottt-Johnson co-directed the political documentary, “Iron Ladies of Africa,” an independent film that focuses on Liberia’s First Woman President, Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and other women in politics. 

Moreover, Mrs. Scott-Johnson has worked with several national and international media organizations to disseminate information to the public.

2.Ms. Christiana D. Taylor is a Liberian Educator, Rental Agent/ Landlady, Content Creator and Talent Manager.

She is the founder and CEO of Eagles Landing Apartment Homes Incorporated, a lodging place that “provides affordable luxury in apartment living matched with  unparalleled details to customer service, security, and privacy.” As a homeowner, Ms. Taylor has taken the initiative to educate and encourage Liberians, especially those in the diaspora to invest in real estate and other businesses in Liberia. 

Moreover, she is known to work with and help many young people by bringing out their potential. She served as comptroller at the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU), served as professor at the University of Liberia (UL).

Ms. Taylor holds many titles, and financial advisor is one of the many. Being a Finance/ Accounting Manager, she has successfully stepped into the Liberia entertainment industry as a talent manager and content creator.

Ms. Taylor has worked with several creative organizations, and managed artists, pageant queens, comedians, and more.

We see the work you all do, and we are grateful. 

‘WCW’ stands for ‘women crush Wednesday’. Used mostly on social networking forums to pay a sort of tribute to the women you are impressed with. This is done by adding hashtags like #WCW under pictures or videos of your favorite women.


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