In honor of Women’s History Month, each week, we’re celebrating a SUPERWOMAN!

This week, we’re celebrating Dee Dixon!

Learn more about Dee Dixon here:

Dee Dixon is a seasoned advertising and communications professional and a successful entrepreneur. As the President and CEO of Pride Communications, Dixon has built Pride Magazine into an important voice for the Charlotte community.

In addition, she founded the non-profit, PEEP (Pride Entrepreneur Education Program) and launched Pride Public Relations with Nepherterra Estrada Best. Dixon has been the visionary behind several of Charlotte’s major events including The Pride Sunset Jazz Series, Pride Awards Gala and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Health Symposium.

Dixon was named Charlotte Business Woman of the Year in 2006. She has previously served on the board of directors of the Mint Museums, the Charlotte Chamber and the Charlotte Regional Visitors Association. In 2003, she received the Goody’s Powder Community Leader of the Year Award for her role in helping make the Charlotte community a better place. She is co-founder of What Women of Color Want and Women’s Inter-Cultural Exchange (WIE). She received the Long Leaf Pine award from Beverly Purdue in 2009.

Dee recently received a certification in Diversity and Intercultural Management from Wake Forest, Charlotte-Center City. She is an accomplished public speaker and world traveler. She has been a member of Charlotte’s Central Church of God for almost 2 decades.