Author & Mompreneur LaTersa Blakely on Women Entrepreneurs Radio™

LaTersa Blakely manages more than newborn novelty items, as owner of LaTersa Blakely Enterprises. LaTersa’s commitment to providing women with encouragement stems from an ability to persevere through her own obstacles.

LaTersa began her entrepreneurial journey in 2010 as a result of motherhood, where she stayed home to provide 24/7 supervision to her children. The result: LaTersa Diaper Cakes, a unique way to showcase baby diapers — resembling wedding cakes, with cake-like multiple layers of diaper tiers.

Her work has earned recognition for more than the actual product, however. Women in search of their own work-from-home solutions became drawn to LaTersa’s work ethic. This prompted the launch of her book — and eventually a movement — Digg Deep, “to teach women how bury their past & plant their future.”

Today, LaTersa leverages almost five years of experience to provide an expert’s point-of-view when it comes to women empowerment. This includes authoring the award winning best seller’s book, Momproneur: Steps To Balance Work, Life, & Love which is scheduled to be released on March 15, 2013, Digg Deep, co-authoring Confessions of A Welfare Mom and From Corporate Office to Home Office .

Born and raised in Holly Grove, AR, LaTersa now resides in Holly Grove, AR, where she is a wife and doting mother to two children. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture Economics from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and her Master’s Degree in Agriculture Business Management from Alabama A&M University.

A two-time winner of StartupNation’s Leading Moms in Business (2011 and 2012), LaTersa is the founder of Moms Wearing Multiple Hats, where she provides tips and inspiration with mom entrepreneurs who are seeking ways to balance motherhood and business. Discover the steps to becoming unbroken by visiting Contact LaTersa on Facebook at

Date: Wednesday, March 13th
Time: 8:00 pm EST

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