ONLINE. Pleshette Robertson is the CEO and Founder of which is the #1 premiere and leading source for African Americans searching for urban entertainment news in Northern California. The website launched in March 2002 and provides an internet platform of a variety of multicultural events, weekly e-newsletter, career profiles on various people, professional business services, classifieds ads section, and a photo gallery of of local residents, visitors, and celebrities. The website currently receives over 2,000,000 hits each month.

IN PRINT. In February 2006 the company started its newspaper publication, THE HUB: Urban Entertainment & Lifestyle Magazine. The website and magazine caters to an affluent market and working class families of the African American community between the ages 24-54 years old. THE HUB Magazine has an estimated reach of over 500,000 living in Northern California. In the latter part of 2006 Pleshette received significant assistance from Phil Givant and the late Ken Fears of Tree of Hope Funding which has been instrumental in supporting the long-term vision of

POSITIVE IMPACT IN THE COMMUNITY. is the most popular urban tourist attraction of exciting things to do, where to go and people to meet in Northern California. For the last 11 years has been known as the #1 grassroots multi-media organizations in the Northern California. Pleshette also runs PR & Associates Business Resources which is an advertisement and promotions agency specializing in providing e-mail/e-blast marketing campaigns, website production and consultation to new businesses and start-up organizations. In February 2012 Pleshette received the Community Impact Award from Genesis Missionary Baptist Church.  Pleshette received the 2009-2010 Business Award in November 2009 from the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Sacramento Chapter. Pleshette also received the "Women of Excellence" in March 2008 from the Sacramento Kappa Psi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.

HER BACKGROUND. Pleshette relocated from the Bay Area to Sacramento in March 2001 where she began working for UC Davis Medical Center in April 2001. She resigned from her position as a Contract Administrator in the Facilities Design and Construction Department in March 2007 to work full-time in her own Pleshette holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration from San Jose State University. While employed with Stanford University for 13 years (beginning her administrative career at the early age of 19 years old), Pleshette received gratification from helping others to get the resources and information they needed within the community. During her employment in the School of Medicine, she redesigned the medical student monthly newsletter and was the managing editor for 5 years. Pleshette also served on the committee to redesign the School of Medicine annual Catalog after being the coordinating editor for 3 years. Outside of work she found passion in advising relatives, co-workers, friends and families on how to achieve their personal, financial, and career goals. Through developing, Pleshette receives an ultimate wealth of gratitude, strength, and endurance for succeeding at exploiting the talent, skills, and creativity in African Americans of Northern California. Pleshette is the mother of 3 beautiful daughters: Shanaya Nalls who is 21 years old, Stephanie Nalls who is 19 years old, and Starr Nalls who is 15 years old.

While pursuing her college career and raising her three daughters as a single parent, Pleshette received several scholarships: Women in Business Scholarship from the Mt. View Chamber of Commerce (October 2003), Stanford Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship (1994 and 1997) and the Changing Times Chapter American Business Women's Association (May 1997).

Pleshette was also very much involved in community service while living in the Bay Area. In 1998 she organized an adult computer training program in Sunnyvale where she taught residents in low-income apartments how to use Microsoft Word. She served as the secretary and events coordinator in the St. John Children's Department in East Palo Alto from 1994 to 1998. Pleshette also created a nonprofit organization, Community Connections to Success, where she recruited volunteers to coordinate workshops to provide job development and college preparation programs for minority and underprivileged youth in 1995.

ADVERTISEMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Contact us to receive a full media kit on how to become a Hub "Business" Partner and let us assist you or your organization with exposing your events, products, and services to the emerging consumer base of African American families in the Great Sacramento Valley Region and beyond.

MORE INFO: If you are interested in advertisement on the website or placing advertisement in the THE HUB Magazine publication, e-mail or call (916) 470-2337.  Pleshette also offers monthly business workshops. CLICK HERE, to learn more about the next upcoming workshop.