Introducing Sade Dennis..Inspired by the Parable of the Talents

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Entrepreneur and visionary Sade Dennis is a sought-after professional who brings passion and creative excellence to everything she puts her hands to. Inspired by the Parable of the Talents, Sade makes it her life’s purpose to pursue everything God has called her to. Sade works with entrepreneurs, professionals, and individuals seeking a more purposeful life and business.  Sadehas made impacts with amazing clients such as The Oprah Magazine, PBS, Goodwill Industries, The Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, TV One, Black Entertainment Television, Black MBA Magazine, Zondervan, and Essence Communications. Sade is at the helm of developing the brands and image of high profile and influential leaders in business and politics with her expertise in marketing and branding communications. From branding, photography, communications, and image consulting, Sade brings out the best in every client she works with.

Sade is a senior consultant for The Gasby Group and McMillon Communications. Sade also was a featured panelist at Bowie State University’s MMPA Conference, where she spoke about why diversity in marketing is necessary.

Sade is also gifted artist, specializing in mixed media and abstract art. Her work has been a numerous juried exhibitions, including the prestigious Charles Sumner Museum.

Sade holds a Business Administration Degree as well as Master’s Degree in Management with a marketing emphasis.

Sade lives in the Washington, DC suburbs with her husband Charles and their three beautiful children.

Sade Dennis Artist Statement: “I create art that seeks to challenge and inspire the viewer to be their best creative self. Using color, texture and form I abstractly create works that adorn minds, hearts, and spaces.”




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