CHANDLER 480-745-2515 | 24TH & CAMELBACK | 602-900-1753


2390 E Camelback Rd STE 130, Phoenix, AZ 85016

Phoenix, AZ, US, 85016

Join the Black Chamber of Arizona as we kick off the year with a workshop designed specifically for business owners and professionals with branding expert,  Ashley LaRae Sampson, founder of StylePHX. This workshop will provide beneficial and empowering CEO and Professional Branding tactics through a 2 hour session focused on professional brand development and social media. We’ll explore:

  • Important benefits of personal branding as a professional

  • Branding exercises to help develop a professional brand

  • Social media tips and tricks

  • 5-year-focus visualization





2390 E Camelback Rd

STE 130
Phoenix, AZ


9AM – Check-In

9:10AM – Program Begins

9:20AM – Develop CEO/Professional Brand 

10AM – Social Media

10:40AM – Q&A

11AM – Close

Light refreshments will be served.

For questions, please call 602-307-5200 or email


Ashley LaRae Sampson began her career as a style consultant for superstars such as Jay-Z, Kanye West, Keyshia Cole and The Dream and an image consultant for athletes and professional businesspersons. In 2010, Ashley founded StylePHX, transitioning into creative consulting that helps organizations and leaders convey powerful messages to their target market through CEO & personal branding, marketing and social media.

Ashley dedicates her free time to community empowerment as the Chair of Phoenix Valley Young Professionals, Co-Chair of Marketing for Girls in Tech Phoenix, Vice Chair of Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams’ Business Council, and a Youth Mentor with New Pathways for Youth.


The mission of the Black Chamber of Arizona (BCAZ) is to improve the economic development of our business entrepreneurs and the communities we serve. The BCAZ serves as the cornerstone for educational training, resource programs, resources and economic growth opportunities with a specific emphasis on “Business In Action.”

We exist to facilitate the economic empowerment of the Black Chamber of Arizona community and our Chamber members through the promotion of entrepreneurship on a variety of levels, including but not limited to:

Offering leadership and advocacy in efforts regarding economic, political and social issues

Facilitating relationships between Chamber members, existing Black-owned businesses; and the Greater Phoenix corporate community

Attracting local, national, and international business opportunities for Black-owned enterprises

Educating our membership in the most current productive and efficient business practices

Assisting whenever possible in the cultivation of fledgling Black-owned enterprises

Acting as a clearinghouse for information, opportunity and dialogue