In this week’s episode, we are celebrating International Women's Day!!!! Join us this week as co-hosts Terrian Jones & Yana Reynolds celebrate the melanated achievements of women from the past, present, and near future.
Episode 23: Building a Global Community for Women of Color Podcasters: A Conversation with Danielle Desir
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of Danielle Desir. Danielle is an author, writer, podcaster, and founder of the growing super community -- WOC (Women of Color) Podcasters that is home to over 2500 members from over 50 countries around the world. WOC Podcasters is the first community of its kind dedicated to the growth and representation of women in the podcasting industry. From esteemed women of color podcasters to aspiring podcasters looking to get started, Danielle created this community so women of color could access the necessary resources to prosper along their creative journeys.
Episode 16: Setting the Standard in Planning Life's Most Important Events with Brittany Sharp CEO of the Sharp Standard
In this week’s episode, we amplify the voice of event planning extraordinaire Brittany Sharp. Brittany is owner and creator of The Sharp Standard which is a full-service event planning and interior design boutique curating designs that showcase your life's biggest moments
Episode 15: Enhancing vision and breaking barriers in eye health with Bonne Vue Eye Vitamin Creator Sarah Bondzie
At the age of 23, under the guidance of her Pharmacist father, Sarah created her very own eye vitamins catered to vision health and whitening the sclera by the name of “Bonne Vue” BVE eye multivitamins.
Episode 10: Emerging Butterfly: Surviving the heartbreak of infertility, depression, and bad relationships ft. Constance G. Jones
In this week's episode we have a conversation with Co-founder, author, and philanthropist - Constance G. Jones of Elevate foundation and author of the upcoming memoir Emerging Butterfly which is set to release in January 2020. Constance is one of 9 children and battled three demons in her household: alcohol, abuse, and absence. In her upcoming memoir, she shares the story of how she survives the heartbreak of infertility, depression, and bad relationships to become an influential philanthropist, advocate and loving wife. Through her work, Constance reminds us that if you can "survive the darkness of the cocoon and you will emerge into the light of day." What you'll learn: Constance's life growing up in the 80's. Dealing with...