A’Lelia Bundles is an engaging public speaker and skilled MC, who brings warmth, intelligence, humor and a strong grasp of current events and history to her presentations. A long time journalist & author, she now is chairman of the Foundation for the National Archives & a Columbia University trustee. She has appeared at Harvard, the National Archives & London City Hall and on ABC, NBC, CBS, NPR, C-Span and BBC.
Author and journalist A’Lelia Bundles writes biographies about the amazing women in her family: entrepreneur Madam C. J. Walker and Harlem Renaissance icon A’Lelia Walker. She also speaks at conferences, colleges, corporations and other venues about entrepreneurship, philanthropy, financial literacy, women’s history and African American history. After a 30-year career as an executive and Emmy award winning producer with ABC News and NBC News, she now is chairman of the board of the Foundation for the National Archives and a trustee of Columbia University. She also is president of the Madam Walker/A’Lelia Walker Family Archives. Read more…
To learn More about Madam Walker and the Walker Family Archives
Go to madamcjwalker.com and Madam Walker Family Archives Blog and Madam Walker Family Archives Facebook Page and Madam Walker Biography on Facebook
A’LELIA TALKS ABOUT MADAM WALKER. GENEALOGY AND AMERICAN HISTORY
VIDEO A’Lelia Talks about the Importance of Genealogy and History on DC Cable’s “TALK”