On a mission to fill the lack of mentorship for entrepreneurs who hustle the hardest to conquer life, Adaeze “Queen Angel” Henry built Hustlers’ Feast. This online platform forges a community of like-minded individuals from various industries. It provides them with modern and innovative information on financial literacy.
Hustlers’ Feast celebrates all entrepreneurs whose end-goal is financial freedom. The platform changes individuals’ lives across the globe by equipping them with the knowledge to make any financial venture a success. Especially amid the pandemic, the company continually builds a community of entrepreneurs set to face whatever economic changes the world may face in the future.
Consequently, to further strengthen its program, Hustlers’ Feast built Hustlers’ Feast University as its official avenue for learning. The platform upholds the mindset of “All leaders being amazing students in life.” As a subcommunity, it embodies the same values and is driven toward achieving the same goal.
The founder, Adaeze “Queen Angel” Henry, reinvented the meaning of “hustler” through Hustlers’ Feast as a person who would do any positive means necessary to succeed in business. “The new meaning of ‘hustle’ applies to all of us who push hard to earn financial freedom to improve our livelihood,” said Queen Angel.
Furthermore, Hustlers’ University is fueled to motivate people to become winners and to inspire them when they see others win. The platform aims to foster a community that drives each member to reach their maximum potential by recognizing every victory as a milestone. This appreciative environment drives everyone on the platform to unite and make a difference in their businesses and communities.
Before Hustlers’ Feast came into fruition, Queen Angel had made a mark for herself in the entertainment industry. She was recognized as a credible talent manager, entrepreneur, and business mogul. Queen is best known for managing the extraordinary talent Jasmin Brown, aka Watch Jazzy. She has also managed rappers and producers in Philadelphia, PA. With her prominence in the entertainment business, Queen uses her expertise to uplift other aspiring entrepreneurs in their chosen fields.
Born to hardworking parents, a Jamaican father and a Nigerian mother, Queen always felt empowered to nurture her entrepreneurial spirit. Today, she has realized her dreams of making a difference in her family and the community. On top of managing Hustlers’ Feast, Queen has maintained her relationship with amazing clients and businesses.
Also, Queen wrote and released her ebook entitled Ways to Manage Your Debt and Credit During a Pandemic, which is available on Hustlers’ Feast. The book has helped many individuals understand the fundamentals of financial literacy. Queen saw how important it is to provide women, especially black women like herself, with the knowledge to make sound financial decisions. The pandemic paved the way for her to do so.
Despite the current global circumstances, Queen encourages people to “start whatever they have been waiting to start.” Truly, Hustlers’ Feast is making a difference, one person at a time.