Our Staff Team

Stephanie Basima Terry

Executive Director

Stephanie’s role as Director of  WEBB Squared leverages the totality of her remarkable life experience as an entrepreneur, equity consultant, corporate trainer and community organizer. 

Drawing upon her piercing insight, unflagging authenticity and personal  success as founder of  Sweetie’s Southern Vegan Food Company.

Stephanie provides the external resources and internal perspective required for black entrepreneurs to succeed in their lives and their communities.

Email Stephanie: stephanie@webbsquared.org
Call toll free: 855-249-7675
Call Stephanie direct: 910-490-2074


Rinnie Orr

Associate Director

Along with bring 20 years administrative professional work to the role of Associate Director of WEBB Squared, Rinnie also brings her love of community and passion for helping people tap into their best selves to transform their work life balance.

She is also the Director of the Commonwealth, a joint program with Heart Powered Ventures to bring people of entrepreneurial talents together to create a unique community working toward building better business, along with reaching toward our higher selves in the process.

Rinnie fully brings her vision for a more connected, equitable and interdependent world to the work of WEBB Squared.

Email Rinnie: rinnie@webbsquared.org
Call toll free: 855-249-7675
Call Rinnie direct: 919-251-6946


Mashallah Salaam

Media and Production Specialist

Mashallah Salaam graduated from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She majored in Communications with a bachelor’s degree in media and production. She is a videographer, poet, writer, photographer, and graphic design artist. She performed with musician and producer Toshi Reagan in collaboration with Carolina Performing Arts at UNC. She has written and produced her own short series, Dreamscapes for UNC’s Student Television. She was a production assistant on multiple short films and a series filmed and produced in Durham North Carolina called Hype. She was a part of a leadership group called Striving Sister’s Speak with mentor Patricia Parker who is the chair of the communications department at UNC. She wrote two columns for the Chapel Hill News and Observer and a radio piece that aired on NPR’s WUNC radio. After college, she interned for two film companies in Los Angeles, California. She now does graphic design, film, marketing and works alongside her mom, Damita Hicks to spread the word about Mama A’Free’ca and her message of unity.

Email Mashallah: afrofutureproductions@gmail.com

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