elcome to Odyssey Media — a minority, female-owned company led by its passionate founder and CEO Linda Spradley Dunn. Odyssey began addressing the needs of multicultural women everywhere way back in 1999.
Since then, we have been guided by the same simple, yet powerful mission: to establish and foster a community of affluent and influential multicultural women — a support network to make it easier for women to succeed and excel. Women supporting women.
But it’s so much more than that.
We continually push the envelope in an effort to take our place at the head of the boardroom.
How do we do that? Through a comprehensive suite of services that has become the hallmark of Odyssey’s 21-year success story, providing the essential tools needed to achieve success in business:
- Business retreats;
- Philanthropic and community initiatives;
- Digital forums;
- And, of course, travel and leisure activities.
Odyssey is a dynamic community, growing and adapting to the ever-changing needs of our sisterhood —new products and technologies that pique the interest of our sophisticated community are forever welcome here.
Like-minded women are encouraged to explore activities that run the gamut from rock-climbing to creating venture capital. It’s all about stepping outside of normal boundaries and rising to your potential — personally and professionally.
And our community comes from all walks of life: senior corporate executives, attorneys, physicians, seasoned entrepreneurs, small business owners, educators, and community leaders.
Their contribution to the business community and future generations is immeasurable — that’s why we are so very proud of our 21-year success story.
It’s our philosophy at Odyssey Media to encourage multicultural women everywhere to unapologetically take the next step without fear. And to encourage those next in line as well. As civil rights icon Rosa Parks put it, “Each person must live their life as a model for others.”
There are many ways of writing the future — explore Odyssey’s pages to see how we are changing the way the world sees multicultural women, and set a course for equality.