Sheila Bronner is the Vice President and former Editor-in-Chief of Upscale Magazine, which reaches millions of people. She has spent more than 25 years in the magazine industry, bringing to the newsstands a wide range of stories in the areas of arts, entertainment, health, beauty, fashion, business and news.
She has received many awards such as Atlanta’s Top 100 Black Women of Influence, Women Looking Ahead, Atlanta’s 25 Top Women, Phenomenal Women, Heels in High Places and Who’s Who Atlanta. Upscale received a journalist Award for “Women of the Movement” featuring Dr. Betty Shabazz, Coretta Scott King and Myrlie Evers. Through the years, Sheila found a growing need in the area of health and wellness coverage for women. Today, she is the founder, president and CEO of WHOLE4You — Women’s Health, Outlook, Lifestyle and Empowerment 4 YOU.
Sheila also reaches out in the community to make a difference. Bronner Brothers International Hair Show impacts thousands of stylists with “Health Behind the Chair.” She’s also partnered with IAAM—It’s All About Me, Women’s Health and Empowerment Conference at the Morehouse School of Medicine. She is on the Board of Directors for PINK FROG — Breast Cancer Forever Relying On God. Sheila works with Motherless Daughters mentoring program—embracing and encouraging the growth and development of young girls entering their adolescent years without the support of their natural birth mother due to unforeseen circumstances. And she is a volunteer at Living Foods Institute— you are what you eat.
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WHOLE4You is a resource designed to truly help women achieve better health. The WHOLE4You experience consists of wellness events, live informative webinars, health-centric on-demand videos, workout demonstrations, meal and exercise plans and a semi-annual conference loaded with experts, workshops, vendors and much, much more. In keeping with our W.H.O.L.E. acronym, we are dedicated to bettering Women’s Health, Outlook(s), Lifestyle(s) and providing the Empowerment to do so..