Natasha Lee: A Visionary Business & Marketing Enthusiast
Natasha Lee is an extraordinary individual who inspires others through her magnetic presence and tireless work ethic. Whether she addresses a large or small group, her wisdom captivates her audience, leaving an indelible impression on them. She is a creative professional, business enthusiast, Founder, and CEO of Make Your Dreams Come True. The youngest and only African-American woman to own a virtual call center and BPO in Michigan.
Natasha pursued a degree in Computer Engineering at Lawrence Technological University with a minor in Business Management. She founded Make Your Dreams Come True (MYDCT ) in 2006 during a recession, a global call center and BPO firm specializing in consulting, business development, project management, marketing, social media marketing, software analysis, engineering, trademark, incorporation, live chat, tech support, website design, graphic design, virtual and administrative assistance, telemarketing, lead generation, trade skill training, medical transcription, and call center services firm. Natasha's dedication to her community is evident in the numerous initiatives she has launched and spearheaded. To name a few, she created a successful Kidpreneur Program, provided pro bono business and personal support to thousands of women globally with free obituary services for the community during and virtual pivot courses during the Covid19 era, and taught the visually impaired how to work from home and start their own businesses. Natasha's contributions to her community and her unwavering commitment to improving the world testify to her character. Natasha served as President and Chair of Rohn's Community Development Corporation, Former Vice President for Saving Her Elegance, and Board Member of the NAACP Women of Color Entrepreneur Circle a nonprofit organization that assists others in building self-esteem, and life skills and recognizing the hidden gems in the world. She currently serves as the President of the Black United Fund of Michigan's Connect-the millennial division. She was awarded an Honor Roll Award from the State of Michigan for her dedication to helping the visually impaired community become self-employed while working from home. Natasha was honored as Walker's Legacy Powerful 25 of Detroit, where she was recognized as a legendary women minority business owner in Detroit and the most Powerful businesswoman in the city. Natasha was selected to become Walker's Legacy Ambassador and an official partner of Wix. She was also awarded the Corps Magazine Diversity and Inclusion Award in 2019.LinkedIn awarded Natasha Best Website & Graphic Design Business for three years consecutively. In 2020 Seen Magazine honored her as a Business Changemaker of the Year, In 2021 Brainz Magazine recognized Natasha as the Top 500 Global Influencers alongside Oprah Winfrey and Jim Kwik, In 2022 James Cole Funeral Home honored Natasha as a Detroit Hero and presented her with the esteemed Heroe & Hope Award. Natasha's clothing brand, Being That Girl, created in homage to her late mother, is a women's empowerment firm that provides mentorship and business services to men and women who aspire to achieve their dreams. Being That Girl fashion debuted in Macy's Department Store in Michigan and Pittsburgh and is now available in storefront marketplaces in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties. The brand has also made debuts worldwide, including in the UK, France, Israel, Singapore, and nearly every major city in the United States. Natasha's impact has not gone unnoticed.
She has been featured in prominent media outlets such as ABC, NBC, CBC, FOX News, Detroit News, Women Essence Magazine, Women Empowered, Enspire, Rolling Out, Detroit CEO, Sheen Magazine, Hip Hop Weekly, Enspire Magazine, Seen Magazine, Voyage Michigan, Live in the D, Source Magazine, Sister2Sister, The Female CEO, OnMogul, Michigan Chronicle, Michigan Citizen, and Crain's Detroit, among others. In her free time, Natasha enjoys writing, reading, ministering, dancing, and spending quality time with family and friends. She is a devoted mother to her three children, Rashard, Nathan, and Tia, a faithful servant to Jehovah God through Jesus Christ, and a world traveler.