Kissing many frogs to get to your Prince, or Princess, Charming can be difficult. Author Ann Marie Sorrell can relate from her own personal experiences but she has a tip to share with the ladies and fellas for successful dating.


Ann Sorrell

Ann Marie Sorrell is the powerhouse visionary behind West Palm Beach’s public relations and marketing firm, The Mosaic Group. Born on the beautiful island of Jamaica, Sorrell’s family moved to Palm Beach County when she was three years old. She spent her childhood in Pahokee and is a self-proclaimed “muck girl”. After graduating from Pahokee High School, Sorrell earned a BS in Healthcare Management from Florida A & M University in Tallahassee. After undergrad, Sorrell returned to West Palm Beach to help her mom and thought this decision would be a temporary one. But after earning a MBA from Nova Southeastern University and finding her niche in the marketing, branding and event management field, Sorrell hasn’t looked back.

Michelle Y. Talbert, Esq.

Michelle Y. Talbert, is a recovering attorney, who, for the past six years, using media such as books, podcasts, workshops and courses, has empowered women to speak their truths and live authentically, from the bedroom to the boardroom.After the demise of their whirlwind romance, which began online, Michelle and her co-author, Ricardo Kingsbury, wrote the he said/she said guide to online dating, “Don’t Do What We Did!” They toured the country giving workshops and presentations to help other single and single again folks navigate the online dating waters. Michelle and Ricardo also hosted the popular podcast, “They Met Online…”

Michelle is a Connection Goddess, who enjoys networking and introducing, ‘Peanut butter to chocolate.’ One such connection led to a Walmart distribution deal for one of Michelle’s clients. Michelle's social media and networking chops have garnered invitations to the Obama White House, NAACP Image Awards and have led her to contribute to Black Enterprise and other international publications. Michelle has been featured in USA Today and Forbes.




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