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It has the power to subvert obstacles

and sustain momentum despite its elusive nature.

It can be harnessed as

a source of clean energy that is infinite, authentic, and free

Gayle George is a creative economist, a multi-genre content creator and the founder of Gayleforce Publishing, a boutique media agency with a mission to identify and amplify authoritative voices on wealth, women and wisdom of the diaspora. With compelling content, thoughtful design, expert program management, strategic analysis and custom business process solutions, Ms. George helps authors, artists and entrepreneurs tap into their authenticity, realize their creative potential, and actualize their highest personal, professional, or political, aspirations. Her projects draw from a rich legacy of triumph most recently featured in Railroad Ties, a short documentary directed by Sacha Jenkins and produced by Ancestry and SundanceTV. Her essays have been recognized by the Pan African Literary Forum, shared at the Hurston Wright Writer’s Workshop, included in Waiting for Jack (Canfield) by Kristin Moeller, and selected in the Deep Beauty anthology to be published by Woodhall Press in the fall of 2019. Ms. George holds degrees in Economics and International Relations from Duke University and the School of International Studies at Johns Hopkins University. She is a native Washingtonian and proudly represents the 7th generation of her family’s lineage in the District of Columbia.

Ga(y)le:a force nature

as subtle as it is strong; the element of air accelerated.

It will not be tamed

diverted or contained on its mission to usher in a new reality

Gayleforce Publishing

brings the essence of qualities to literary form through authoritative voices on wealth, women, and wisdom of the diaspora.