Media

2017

August 2017 - Speaking Engagement

Financial Literacy Seminar for Teens

July 2017 - Speaking Engagement

Mother's Day Event Posted: May 14, 2017

May 2017 - Speaking Engagement

WVON 1690

 April 2017 - Speaking Engagement

5 Tips Every Career-Driven Woman Needs to Know to Become an Entrepreneur

Check out the five things female entrepreneurs need to know, when transitioning from a standard nine-to-five to running a small business.

Posted: February 2017

MaxOut Tour Chicago

January 2017 - Speaking Engagement

2016

Press Release regarding Steward Andrew Alexander interview.

Posted: December 2016

Press Release featured on ABC News KLKN-TV.

Posted: December 2016

Press Release featured on Miami Herald.

Posted: December 2016

Press Release regarding Steward Andrew Alexander interview.

Posted: November 2016

In this episode, Stewart Andrew Alexander interviews Aria Craig, Business Growth Strategist and author of the book “THE SINGLE MOTHER DIARIES”

Posted: November 2016

2015

Meet the Author Event with Aglow Single Moms

June 2015

What They Are Saying About Aria Craig!

  • “The Meet & Greet that Aria hosted on dating for the single mother was very informative. She taught me to the difference between how men and women think and respond to things. She also gave insight on finding a good time to introduce the kids to your significant other. Aria has a gift for helping you prepare yourself first to attract your mate. I recommend single moms seek her for coaching!”
    Angela S. , Planning Coordinator
  • “What Aria is doing is very much needed in our communities, churches, and organizations for working moms. She understands the heartache and pains of raising a child as a single mom and the dynamics of a blended family.”
    Larry B., Intake Supervisor
  • “It was hard for me to see myself as a leader at my place of employment as a single mom. I would see other people get promoted. It was difficult for me to ask for a promotion because I thought my department would not see me as a leader. Aria helped me to remove my limited thinking, developed an action plan, and I am now building more connection with my manager and colleagues in other departments. The next step is to show my manager how qualified I am to receive a promotion.”
    Cheryl T., Contract Administrator