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USA term for a woman considered non-white

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H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S1513: Expressing Your F*cking Awesome Self with Trap Yoga Bae

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 49:50 Very Popular


Hey lady, when was the last time you felt like yourself? That was the question Britteny Floyd-Mayo, better known as Trap Yoga Bae, asked herself years ago as she began her own healing journey. In this episode, Trap Yoga Bae shares with Terri and Dr. Dom how her passion for personal power and freedom comes as a result of hard-earned wisdom gained through the greatest teacher – life. Over time, Trap Yoga Bae has built a community of women who are ready to show up in life as their most fierce, amazing, confident selves. If you need some inspiration or some twerk-spiration, tune in and find out how you can own loving yourself loudly and unapologetically. Period.Quote of the Day:"Yes, you may have had some of your darkest days when things didn't go as planned before. But, if you follow those feelings up with inner work

We're Not Kidding
Researching Single, Never-Married, Childfree Women of Color with Kimberly Martinez Phillips

We're Not Kidding

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 67:45


Kimberly Martinez Phillips is a Doctoral Candidate at Memorial University in Newfoundland and Labrador. Her dissertation studies single, never-married, childfree women of color. She has a bachelor's degree in both Cultural Anthropology and Criminology, a master's in Sociology, and has been teaching sociology courses in colleges and universities for over 24 years. Previous to her work in academia she was a Program Director, Jury Consultant, Local Evaluator, Safety Educator, and Health Educator working in extremely diverse communities. In this episode, Kimberly shares what is coming to light from her research interviewing single, never-married, childfree women of color. We also talk about her past study on the portrayal of the single woman in films and how what she's learning from her research participants is that they are gloriously happy and fulfilled counter to the crazy cat lady narrative. Follow and connect with Kimberly: Website: ichoosefeminism.com Twitter: @ichoosefeminism Instagram: @kimmartinezphillips Listen to additional interviews featuring Kimberly Martinez Phillips: New Legacy Radio Spinsterhood Reimagined ______________________ Join a growing global network of childfree people: wnk-club.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anna-marie-olson/message

Street Soldiers Radio
Street Soldiers Radio: Empowering Women of Color

Street Soldiers Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 80:37


Vanita Lee-Tatum is a visual artist, educator and business developer who empowers women of color and helps entrepreneurs create financial growth. The post Street Soldiers Radio: Empowering Women of Color appeared first on Alive and Free.

LEAVE YOUR MARK
From $10,000 to $2 million, Tiffany James is Teaching Women of Color the Joys of Sisterhood and Stocks at Modern BLK Girl

LEAVE YOUR MARK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 41:14


Tiffany James is never going back to the financial life she led before. As a Haitian-Jamaican American from Brooklyn, New York, Tiffany had student debt after college, like most students. At 25, while working as an event manager at an NYC hotel, a co-worker persuaded her to invest in Tesla, and the rest is history. Two years later, she's turned her initial investment of $10,000 into $2 million. In November 2020, she founded Modern BLK Girl, the largest digital platform designed for women of color to build wealth through investing in the stock market. As a self-taught stock enthusiast, Tiffany has helped over 225,000 (mostly) women break into the boys club and banish the taboos of investment. This first-of-its-kind platform has helped thousands of women of color earn over $3.5 million in the stock market, with a continued mission to get 500,000 black women in the market while growing into one of the largest online platforms for women of color to build wealth. Tiffany has been featured in Bloomberg, Fox News, Business insider, and Afrotech and has touted collaborations with Forbes, Motley Fool, and more. In this episode, Tiffany shares her motivation to learn the language of investing and so much more. If you don't have the money to invest, think again. This is an eye-opening episode on the possibilities of changing your financial trajectory.

Tether Talk
Humble in His Sight

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 42:14


Welcome to season 5. This year, we will navigate our world through the lens of the book of James. Today's reference: James 4:7-10- - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE every Friday at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E12: Healing with Gemstones with Ashley McLemore

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 54:04


Lady, sometimes we're #blatchet and sometimes we're introspective. You know the vibes! Grab your favorite gemstone and join in the conversation as Terri and Dr. Dom sit down with Ashley McLemore, founder of Begin Collection, a gemstone jewelry business. She talks about how her windy path gave her a unique perspective that is at the foundation of her business. As a Black woman, you deserve both peace and luxury in equal abundance. Ashley offers insight on how gemstones can be used in your daily rituals to help bring healing, calming, and beauty to your life. And, there's even a special gift for you – yes, YOU – at the end. Tune in and let's get zen!Quote of the Day:"Put your healing in your hands."-Ashley McLemoreWhere to find Guest:Website: Begin Collection IG: Ashley McLemoreLinkedIn: Ashley McLemore Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Our Body Politic
Women of Color Mobilizing Before the Midterms and The Passing of Queen Elizabeth II

Our Body Politic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 50:27


This week, Farai interviews Dr. Sayu Bhojwani, civic entrepreneur and founder of Women's Democracy Lab, about what it takes to create a more inclusive democracy and what current intraparty tensions reveal about the election field ahead of the midterms. Then, we re-air a conversation from “One With Farai” featuring Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry and her 2011 book “Sister Citizen: Shame, Stereotypes, and Black Women in America.” And in this week's segment of ‘Sippin' the Political Tea', Farai interviews Bobby Ghosh, Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering foreign affairs and Hagar Chemali, foreign policy expert and host of “Oh My World!” on YouTube, about the death of Queen Elizabeth II amidst the United Kingdom's energy crisis.

Freethought Radio
Beyond Belief

Freethought Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 49:26 Very Popular


We unveil a national “Secular Vote” campaign. Mandisa Thomas, president of Black Nonbelievers, tells us about the upcoming Women of Color Beyond Belief conference in Chicago. Then UK psychotherapist Jimmy Bangash, an ex-Muslim gay atheist, describes Islamic discrimination and persecution for blasphemy, apostasy and homosexuality.

In The Margins
EP 90: Addressing the Leadership Gap for Women of Color in Higher Education with Gloria Blackwell

In The Margins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 38:02


In this episode, host David Pluviose sits down with Gloria Blackwell, CEO of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), a nonprofit advancing gender equity through advocacy, education, and research.   As only the second Black woman in 140 years to lead AAUW, Gloria discusses the importance of representation in STEM and higher ed leadership as well as living the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion within her own organization.   KEY POINTS: - Gloria Blackwell's path to leadership in the AAUW - The unique vantage point Gloria provides as an African American woman - AAUW's strategies, initiatives, and vision to achieve “equity for all”  - The student loan debt crisis, specific to Black women - How to increase opportunities for women in STEM fields - An institution's responsibility to commit to equity in higher education   QUOTABLES: “Representation is so important for young women, girls, and boys - to see that African American women can step up as leaders and that our perspectives are incredibly valued.”  “We are doing research around so many of the topics we have been working on for decades that we thought by now would have reached a solution, that would have provided a greater sense of equity for women. And it just hasn't come true.” “The promise of economic security, the promise that if you get a higher education degree and what that will mean, it's certainly not come to fruition. A black woman with a bachelor's degree on average earns less than a white man with a high school education.”   OTHER RESOURCES: About Gloria Blackwell - aauw.org/about/leadership/gloria-l-blackwell AAUW's CEO Gloria Blackwell: "There Needs to Be a Reckoning." - diverseeducation.com/leadership-policy/article/15291195/there-needs-to-be-a-reckoning-aauws-ceo-gloria-blackwell-on-gender-equity-in-higher-education-leadership                                                                                           PRODUCTS / RESOURCES: Watch this video and others on our YouTube channel: youtube.com/user/Diversediversedivers Visit the Diverse: Issues In Higher Education website: diverseeducation.com Or follow us on social media: Twitter: twitter.com/diverseissues Instagram: instagram.com/diverseissuesinhighereducation Facebook: facebook.com/DiverseIssuesInHigherEducation/ Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/diverse-issues-in-higher-education Transcription services are available upon request. Please drop us a line here.         In The Margins is produced by Diverse: Issues In Higher Education and edited by Instapodcasts (visit at instapodcasts.com)

CONK! Daily
CONK! News Weekend - AOC "Women of Color" Edition (Sep. 16-18, '22)

CONK! Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 94:07


CONK! News Editor-in-Chief JIM PETERS is joined by CONK! News Contributors TIM CONAWAY, HANK REARDEN and JENNIFER KABBANY. Topics include: Men can get pregnant - and don't you f**king forget it; the Biden admin gets sued for colluding with Big Tech; and both Conaway and Rearden thinks NASA should just give up.... Produced by CONK! News, the premiere conservative news aggregator on the web at conk.news

Resilience and Resistance Podcast
Rosalind Page: Black Femicides

Resilience and Resistance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 39:32


In this episode, we speak to Rosalind Page, Founder of Black Femicide US, an organization that tracks violence and murders of black women and girls across America. Rosalind is a nurse, researcher, advocate for the human rights of Black women and girls. We discussed: Every 6 hours a Black woman is killed. Rosalind elaborates on the term “Femicide” and how the resistance to categorize womens death as such is a form of deep rooted misogyny.How femicides in the Black community have increased over the past few years-from a femicide occuring every 19 hours in 2015 to 6 hours in 2022.Domestic violence incidents are constantly being ignored and brushed off by law enforcement, and not taken seriously. The rates of femicides in the US are catching up to rates in South Africa where they occur every 4 hours. Her goal is to bring awareness to the number of Femicides in the Black community and enact change. Alicia Cardenas Alyssa Gunn-Maldonado killed December of last year About our guest: Around 2015, Ms. Page became active after noticing an increase in violence against black women and girls. This increase is supported by crime statistics and has been rising since 2015. Ms. Page is focused on increased awareness of the issue and she tracks and posts incidents of black femicide, including a photo of the victim on her facebook, instagram and twitter accounts. Behind the scenes she is working with MIT, CDC and the FBI to increase specific and thorough data collection and to better understand the causes of this violence.She is using that data to push legislation to recognize and address black femicide similar to the legislation proposed regarding the murders and disappearances of indigenous women and girls. To bring more focus and attention to a largely ignored and normalized issue, she is organizing a march on Washington DC for September 2022.Links:Marisol's website: https://www.marisolerlacher.com/Black Femicide US Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackfemicideus?lang=enBlack Femicide US Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackfemicideUSConnect with Marisol on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/marisol-solarte-erlacherWe have partnered with US Bank to support our communities like this one through responsive and humbled actions focused on addressing racial and economic inequities and creating lasting change through our Community Possible Grant Program,https://www.usbank.com/about-us-bank/community/community-possible-grant-program.htmlIf you are interested in Marisol Solarte-Erlacher supporting your business or organization by speaking or training on topics such as Work Trauma for BIPOC women, Racial Battle Fatigue, supporting mental health in traumatic times, and building resilience in employees and resilient leadership in BIPOC women. Contact her directly at marisol@marisolerlacher.com if you want to learn more.Check out exclusive offers from our sponsors and partners - https://www.theplug-agency.com/sponsorsProduction CreditsArt: Maite Nazario | http://www.maitenazario.comMusic: Inte-Gritty by Bianca MikahnPodcast Editing: https://www.theplug-agency.comDistribution by: The Plug Podcast Network - https://art19.com/networks/the-plugSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast
#354 Curbsiders Women in Medicine: Top 5 Challenges Faced by Women of Color in Academic Medicine

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 72:21 Very Popular


We're back with another women in medicine episode– this time Shreya and Leah interview their she-ro Dr. Kemi Doll, career coach extraordinaire to women of color in academic medicine. She is breaking down the biggest challenges she's seen her clients face and how to tackle them!  Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | thecurbsiders@gmail.com | Free CME! Show Segments Intro, disclaimer, guest bio Guest one-liner, Picks of the Week Dr. Doll's journey into coaching women of color in academic medicine Top 5 challenges faced by women of color in academic medicine Solutions to the challenges Outro Credits Written and Produced by: Leah Witt, MD and Shreya Trivedi, MD Infographic and Cover Art: Shreya Trivedi, MD Show Notes: Leah Witt, MD Hosts: Leah Witt, MD, Shreya Trivedi, MD and Matthew Watto MD, FACP Associate Editor: Emi Okamoto, MD Showrunners: Leah Witt, MD and Shreya Trivedi, MD Technical Production: PodPaste Guest: Kemi Doll, MD

The Great Girlfriends Show
Endometrial Cancer: Helping Women of Color Know their Risks

The Great Girlfriends Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 55:29


Great girlfriends, did you know that endometrial cancer is the most common cancer of the female reproductive organs? Did you know that black women are more likely to die from it?We're learning this and so much more in an in depth conversation with Dr. Shawana Moore and cancer patient Stacey Powell as we dive into endometrial cancer and the risks for black women. Listen and learn:1. The causes of endometrial cancer and it's effect on black women2. The symptoms and signs that every woman should be aware of 3. Stacey's personal story of her diagnosis and journey through treatment4. How to support women who are going through their endometrial cancer journey(This resource was created with funding and support from Eisai Inc. For more information please visit HealthyWomen.org)—————————We want to hear from you! Shoot an email over to welcome@thegreatgirlfriends.com or drop a DM directly to Sybil ON IG @sybil_amutiFollow now

Embracing Only
Episode 49: Leadership and Feedback with Olivia and Archita

Embracing Only

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 43:02


In the Season 5 Finale Olivia Cream and Archita Fritz tackle two key topics “Only's” navigate in the workplace leadership and the power of feedback. Here are some key takeaways from the episode: Cancel the noise around not waiting to ask for permission for a title or for a place at a table because you are leading always in your own space in your own way! You performing at your job is the ticket to the ball, yes! But what you do in terms of focus, in terms of advocacy, in terms of intentional networking, in terms of getting mentors that align with your goal. That's what makes the difference in you reaching and ultimately achieving Get that driver seat of your career warmed up, it has got to be you in it Leadership journey when moving from the military to the civilian world shifts from one of Command and control to trust and inspire You have to be aware of your battlefield and you have to understand the spoken or unspoken criteria for success in that environment

Tether Talk
Just Obey

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 34:13


Talking - - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE every Friday at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E11: A New Era in Love with Mac Stanley Cazeau

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 59:59 Very Popular


Hey lady, you're in for a treat. Mac Stanley Cazeau joins Terri and Dr. Dom for a conversation that offers a different perspective on men and masculinity. Mac is a licensed therapist and owner and operator of Therapy Is For Everyone Counseling where he specializes in individual counseling, marriage, family, and couples counseling. His focus is on helping men and couples build relationships that last a lifetime. He does that by offering a healthy dose of reality mixed with sincere engagement to make men feel safe and open up. Grab your husband, brother, or best guy friend and tune in. There's a little something for everyone!Quote of the Day:"A balanced and healthy relationship requires both men and women to unlearn toxic masculinity and expectations, and instead, learn to accept influence and submit to one another."-Mac CazeauWhere to find Guest:Website: Mac Stanley CazeauFacebook: Mac Stanley CazeauIG: Mac Stanley CazeauLinkedIn: Mac Stanley Cazeau Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Leading Through Crisis with Céline Williams
Women of Color in the Workplace with Deepa Purushothaman

Leading Through Crisis with Céline Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 31:56


Deepa Purushothaman is a former Senior Executive and a Corporate Inclusion Visionary, as well as the author of the best-selling new book, The First, The Few, The Only: How Women of Color Can Redefine Power in Corporate America.We, of course, talk about leading through crisis but we also get into some common myths surrounding women of color at work; how to be seen, heard, and find your community as a minority; and what co-conspirators can do to help.Deepa says, "this will take years, if not decades to get it right. We are just beginning the conversation. But, finding places to start is the most important." I hope you'll listen and share your takeaways!-----Deepa is a former senior executive and a corporate inclusion visionary. She challenges and redefines the status quo of leadership, success, and power by centering the needs and experiences of Women of Color.Deepa's book, “The First, The Few, The Only: How Women of Color Can Redefine Power in Corporate America”, was published in March 2022 to international acclaim and can be purchased at all major booksellers.To find out more about Deepa and her work, visit https://www.deepapuru.com/. You can also find her on social by searching, Deepa Puru.

Black Girls Consult TOO!
Episode 42: Strategic Positioning in Consulting for Women of Color

Black Girls Consult TOO!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 29:34


Despite your immense expertise, you may find it difficult to build and grow your consulting business, especially if you are in an industry that lacks diversity. It can leave you feeling like you're always struggling to stay two or three steps behind.For decades, the world of consulting has limited our access to inner circles, high-level networking, and golf outings even at the highest levels. This creates an uneven playing field where it's not about ability but rather access that determines success. So, the challenge becomes how to navigate the industry differently to produce similar or even greater results.In this episode, I share how this can be done.If you are ready to grow your consulting business and take it to the next level, visit  https://excelatconsulting.com/work-with-me/ for more information about the Positioned To Excel 1:1 Curriculum-Based Coaching  Program.FREE Checklist -> The Secret to Crack the Consulting CodeLet's Connect!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drangelinadavis/LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/drangelinadavis/

Real Talk On Godtalk

We'reee baaaack! (again). On this episode your favorite co-hosts take a look at what Smith's autobiography “Will” tells us about God, self and the courage it takes to let go of those things that no longer serve us. Then for the Moon reading we're learning to ride the energetic wave of the upcoming Autumn equinox to step confidently into the change of season.

This Prof Life Podcast: Women of Color in Higher Education
You're Here, But Do You Feel Like You Belong in The Academy?

This Prof Life Podcast: Women of Color in Higher Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 25:48


We pick up where we left off in Part 2 of a conversation with Dr. Aerial Ellis, who shares how important it is for people of color to feel as if they belong at an institution. In other words, a person of color has been hired  or included, now what does it take to retain them?  That word, "belonging" has become a significant part of the diversity, equity and inclusion conversation and agenda.  Take a listen! Find more episodes on my website, https://www.drpatsanders.com/ You can also find me on Apple, Spotify, Google, Amazon Music, and anywhere you find your favorite podcast. Don't forget to leave a five-star review if you're enjoying the show.  Learn more about Dr. Ellis on her website, https://www.aerialellis.com/ or LinkedIn. 

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E10: Navigating the Fear of Dating Again (FODA) with Bree Jenkins

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 47:02 Very Popular


Lady! Is this your season to get it together? Are you ready to reignite your dating life and maybe other aspects of your life? Well, then you will love this episode because Bree Jenkins has a word for you! Bree is the founder of The Gathered Life, a holistic practice that encompasses therapy, life coaching, and dating coaching to strengthen the areas in your life that need support. She joins Dr. Dom and Terri for a lively, sweet conversation that offers an encouraging perspective on getting the most out of this one life. Bree touches on a few subjects that may make you say ouch but offers guidance on how to make adjustments to cultivating a life in full bloom. Regardless of your relationship status, this episode has a little something for everyone. Tune in!Quote of the Day:"You cannot fix what you deny."-Bree JenkinsWhere to find Guest:Website: The Gathered LifeFacebook: The Gathered LifeIG: The Gathered Life TikTok: The Gathered Life Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Arts Axis Florida Podcast
Women of Color Part 2

Arts Axis Florida Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 21:49


Links: To watch our interview on Youtube, visit https://youtu.be/85nJGMxSCFIFor more information on ARTS AXIS FLORIDA, visit: https://www.artsaxisfl.org/For more information on Wanda Raimund-Ortiz , visit https://www.raimundiart.com/ Social Media: ARTS AXIS FLORIDAInstagramFacebook Malaika Hollist InstagramTikTok Thank you to our sponsors: The Community Foundation Tampa Bay and Gobioff Foundation

The StclairSpeaksShow Podcast
The unique perspective of women of color in entrepreneurship with Nicole Edwards

The StclairSpeaksShow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 45:15


The StclairSpeaksshow is an interview format podcast show where I highlight and showcase professionals in business from across the world, we discuss topics from within their industry expertise and dive into their backstory on how they got to where they are today. https://www.thestclairspeaksshowpodcast.com/ About the guest With a professional background in mental health and talent development that spans over 20 years, Nicole has been a catalyst of growth for people and organizations—working with thousands of individuals in educational, corporate, and nonprofit settings. Nicole dedicates her life's work to stir others to live and lead from a deeply authentic space. With her masterful approach to learning design and speaking, Nicole has been afforded opportunities to design certificate and leadership courses for emerging leaders, facilitate corporate retreats, speak at international conferences, and land a spot on the big red dot with her TEDx talk called In Your Eyes. In 2019, Nicole created Edwards Authentic a vision brought to life by providing transformative experiences for professional women. Through insightful content, courses, and retreats, Nicole aspires to create a sanctuary for women to flourish in their personal and professional endeavors. Nicole is a coauthor of the International Women of Color Who Boss Up— an Amazon bestselling book that features the stories of female entrepreneurs of color who have trailblazed their unique paths, overcoming adversity in the relentless pursuit of purpose. https://www.edwardsauthentic.com/ https://www.instagram.com/edwardsauthentic/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicoleedwardscplp/ https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B09KHMYY9V?_encoding=UTF8&node=283155&offset=0&pageSize=12&searchAlias=stripbooks&sort=author-sidecar-rank&page=1&langFilter=default#formatSelectorHeader --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/stclairspeaksshow/support

TED Talks Business
The workplace, redefined by women of color | Deepa Purushothaman Part 1

TED Talks Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 17:16


Corporate inclusion visionary Deepa Purushothaman shares how women of color can advocate for themselves in workplace settings where they are undervalued, discriminated against and overlooked -- and how companies can foster working cultures that empower everyone to achieve success. This conversation, hosted by TED current affairs curator Whitney Pennington Rodgers, was part of an exclusive TED Membership event. Visit ted.com/membership to become a TED Member. After the interview, our TED Business host Modupe gives practical tips on how to advocate for yourself.

Keeping it Real with Dr. Anita
The Power of Me + The Power of We = Women of Color in the C-Suite

Keeping it Real with Dr. Anita

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 19:31


If you are a woman of color, or if you support a woman of color, join Dr. Anita and get the 411 about the N-Formation community co-founded by Ms. Deepa Purushothaman which provides a safe space for C-Suite women of color that integrates the power of me and the power of we.Visit us hereWeb - https://www.doctoranita.com/LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anita-polite-wilson-ph-d-77695b/YouTube - https://bit.ly/DrAnitaYouTube

Sisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories
268 - REWIND Women of Color App for Pregnancy and Postpartum Wolomi with Layo George

Sisters in Loss Podcast: Miscarriage, Pregnancy Loss, & Infertility Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 35:04


Have you been searching for an app for your pregnancy after loss?  Well there is an online app that is for you called Wolomi. Wolomi is the only digital community that offers support to women of color to improve maternal health outcomes. Membership to Wolomi gives you access to maternal health experts, events, and a community of amazing women. Today's guest is Wolomi's founder Layo George, who is a registered nurse and maternal health expert that is focused on guiding and supporting aspiring moms and moms-to-be to enjoy their pregnancy journey. In this episode Layo shares her inspiration for starting Wolomi, her personal journey through perinatal depression, and why Wolomi addresses maternal mental health at all stages through pregnancy and postpartum.  

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E9: Why Mental Wellness is Business Wellness with Dr. LaShonda T. Green

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 55:25


Hey lady, are you tired of sitting on the sidelines and ready to try your hand at that idea you've been dreaming up? Well, today's episode is for you. Dr. LaShonda T. Green, a licensed clinical Psychologist, joins Dr. Dom and Terri to discuss ways entrepreneurial-minded women can venture out on their own while keeping their mental health intact. Buckle up! Dr. LaShonda takes Terri and Dr. Dom on a journey that is full of pragmatic gems you can put into practice today to move you one step closer to your dreams. Tap in!Quote of the Day:"You cannot outperform an unhealthy mindset." -Dr. LaShondaWhere to find Guest:Website: Dr. LaShonda T. GreenFacebook: Dr. LaShonda T. GreenIG: Dr. LaShonda T. GreenTwitter: Dr. LaShonda T. GreenLinkedIn: Dr. LaShonda T. Green Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Tether Talk
Countdown to Workshop + Updates

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 19:06


HEEEY! I'll be hosting my first workshop for divorceés on September 1st, 2022!!! Details to come on 8/27 at tethermission.com - - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE every Friday at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

Grow with the Flow
Ep 31. How the Feeling of not Belonging can be Expansive for Women of Color with Mariela De La Mora

Grow with the Flow

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 53:59


Today's guest is my business coach, Mariela De La Mora!! I've been working with her since February and her story and I can attest to the work that she does and how transformational it is. Mariela is a business and leadership coach who helps women of color and daughters of immigrants become in-demand thought leaders. She is also a leadership mentor to 7 and 8 figure CEOs and even leaders in the United Nations. By focusing specifically on the mindset challenges women of color experience, her clients reclaim their voices, make more confident decisions, and create brands that are truly unlike any in their market. Before becoming a coach, she spent 16 years in marketing leading international teams. As the eldest daughter of Mexican immigrants, she was often the only WOC in senior leadership and had to break past systemic and mindset barriers to do it. She has since built a multiple 6-figure business as a single mom, and served dozens of clients all over the world. In the episode we talk through some of the difficult and courageous decisions she's had to do to create the unapologetic life she leads today and how the spaces she didn't belong in became expansive and beneficial for her growth and healing. Connect with us on social: @growwiththeflowpodcast @itzycanales @marieladelamora Work with Mariela 1:1 CHECK BACK FOR NEW EPISODES EVERY OTHER THURSDAY! Ways to support this podcast: Follow along on social media Leave a review Share this episode on social media & with others Donate to help us continue creating episodes you love https://anchor.fm/growwiththeflowpodcast/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/growwiththeflowpodcast/support

Real Talk with Henry Sanders
Voice and Agency: Women of Color in the C-Suite

Real Talk with Henry Sanders

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 60:02


From the Women's Leadership Summit 2022, "It's Only 10 Minutes" podcast co-host and UW Leadership & Engagement DEI Coordinator Stephanie Díaz de León hosts a panel of executives including UW Health Vice President Shiva Bidar-Sielaff; Exact Sciences Chief Laboratory Officer Ana Hooker; One City Schools Director of Family and Community Initiatives Marilyn Ruffin; and Goodman Center CEO Letesha Nelson.

A Woman’s Journey: Insights That Matter
A Journey for Women of Color: Preventing Heart Disease

A Woman’s Journey: Insights That Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 23:09


In the final podcast in the A Journey for Women of Color series, moderator Kelly Swoope explores the importance of heart disease prevention with cardiologist Sabra Lewsey, M.D. and cardiovascular nurse epidemiologist Yvonne Commodore-Mensah, Ph.D.

Authentic Leadership for Everyday People
050 Zenica Chatman - Fighting Bullying of Women of Color In The Worplace

Authentic Leadership for Everyday People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 55:37


Today's guest is Zenica Chatman. Zenica was working in corporate America as a communication manager when she was the victim of a bullying episode at work. She took her own experience overcoming her situation and now she is a coach who works with women of color who have been bullied in the workplace. In our conversation, we first focused on the problem of bullying in the workplace in general. We had a very practical conversation on what people can do to address and prevent the problem. Zenica had excellent specific advice from all perspectives, and she shared what victims, HR people, corporate leaders and peers can do. Then we zeroed in on the specific challenges that women of color face in the workplace, and why it is important to tackle the problem specifically for them. KEY TAKEAWAYS [03:15] – Welcome, let's start by giving my listeners, who you are and a little bit of what's relevant in your story, and how you got to the point where you are. [05:51] - What were some of the other drivers in your decision to leave corporate America and dedicate fully yourself to this? [07:26] - I would love our listeners to hear a little bit more about your personal journey. You started your own business and was that in the middle of the pandemic or before? [08:06] - As you thought about building your business, what were some of the steps that you took? [09:51] - What were some of the factors that helped you find the courage? [11:50] - If you think back about your journey up to, you know, when you started experiencing the bullying, what were some moments in your life that you. Helped you prepare for making that transition? [14:38] - What were some of the key experiences that helped you get to that point? [17:12] - What was it like to get the first client? [18:00] - When was the moment that you knew that it was actually going to last? [19:31] - What are some of the examples of bullying in the workplace? And if you're an employee that's on the receiving side of it, what may be some early warning signs? [21:30] - Is there a way when you are looking at a potential employer to start screening for this type of things to say like, oh, maybe that's really a place where there's a higher risk? [24:53] - What are some steps that HR departments can take to start preventing this type of behavior? [27:48] - What can a leader of a big team or a department, or even a CEO, what should they be looking for, looking from the top to find and prevent instances of some of their subordinates, some of their middle manager, et cetera, be bullies? What are some of the steps that they can take to prevent that? [30:01] - What do you do if you are a peer of the person that's being bullied and you witness that happening? [31:42] - How do you recommend a bystander take action? [34:30] - What makes the bullying of women of color unique and what makes it so relevant? [37:15] - What are some of the other elements and common themes that you've heard from your peers? Who's gone through similar experiences? [38:58] - What are some additional steps that relate specifically to bullying of people and, then specifically women of color? [40:53] - Have you encountered places that have an example of a great practice that is actually helping and creating impact? [41:26] - Have there been cases of some of your clients that have been able to overcome this and then been in a mentoring position and been effective at mentoring to prevent other people in the same situation? [42:45] - What are two or three actions that you would want somebody who's listening now, to be like I can take these steps and make the environment better in my company? [44:27] - What is an interest or a hobby or a passion that you have that is not work-related and has in any way, shape, or form also influenced the way that you work? [45:55] - What is the expression or the business cliche that drives you crazy? [47:10] - Food for the body or food for the soul? [48:40] – Thank you and...

Tether Talk
Y'all... It's Happening!

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 14:12


HEEEY! I'll be hosting my first workshop for divorceés on September 1st, 2022!!! Details to come on 8/27 at tethermission.com - - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE every Friday at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

The Loud Women's Club
Send Her Back

The Loud Women's Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 53:19


This week we speak to author Munashe Kaseke about her short story collection Send Her Back and Other Stories. As someone who immigrated from Zimbabwe at the age of 19, she brings to light the struggles found in the intersectionality of being an immigrant, a woman, and more specifically a woman of color.  We loved it! And we're sure you will too. www.munashekaseke.com  Twitter Handle: @munashe_kaseke

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E8: Making Mental Health Care More Accessible with Cara McNulty

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 42:30


Hey lady, this week Dr. Dom and Terri sit down with Cara McNulty, DPA, and President of Behavioral Health and Mental Wellbeing at CVS Health, to have an honest conversation about the real impact of the last three years. The impacts are real and we are just beginning to see the long-lasting effects of multiple major crises on our collective mental health. But, there's no need for alarm. Mental health professionals have been nimble in adapting to the needs of society to provide care and nurturing as we all navigate uncertain terrain. In fact, according to Cara more than 60 percent of the population CVS recently surveyed are accessing telehealth services as a part of their care plan. Cara offers practical guidance on the way mental health services are becoming more accessible to Black and Brown communities. You don't want to miss this episode, it's chock full of helpful information for both the insured and uninsured.Quote of the Day:“You need so much more than mental health or “well-being” in this era of discrimination, invisibility, and psychological warfare. You need an impermeable web of protection for your mind.”― Dr. Rheeda WalkerWhere to find Guest:Website: CVSLinkedIn: Cara McNultyTwitter: Cara McNulty Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Arts Axis Florida Podcast
Women of Color Part 1

Arts Axis Florida Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 35:20


Links: To watch our interview on Youtube, visit https://youtu.be/85nJGMxSCFIFor more information on ARTS AXIS FLORIDA, visit: https://www.artsaxisfl.org/For more information on Wanda Raimund-Ortiz , visit https://www.raimundiart.com/ Social Media: ARTS AXIS FLORIDAInstagramFacebook Malaika Hollist InstagramTikTok Thank you to our sponsors: The Community Foundation Tampa Bay and Gobioff Foundation

We are Childfree
Unfertilized eggs, with Jerra Latrice Mitchell

We are Childfree

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 32:33


Jerra Latrice Mitchell is such an inspiration! She knew she was a teenager that she didn't want kids, but later when she was diagnosed with fibroids and learned she couldn't get pregnant, that brought up some big emotions that she needed to work through. Recognising that black women face different expectations around motherhood, and different experiences of infertility, Jerra created a space for other childfree and childless women called Unfertilized Eggs. I loved getting a fresh perspective on life without children, from someone who's doing incredible work in this space.Check out Unfertilized Eggs.Recommended reading: the Women's Health limited series Black Women & Infertility.Read more childfree stories, and find out when the We are Childfree online community launches at wearechildfree.com

A Woman’s Journey: Insights That Matter
A Journey for Women of Color: Confronting the Threat of Colon Cancer

A Woman’s Journey: Insights That Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 22:25


In the second podcast of the A Journey for Women of Color series, special guest moderator Kelly Swoope is joined by two Johns Hopkins Medicine experts to discuss the threat of colon cancer for women of color: colorectal surgeon, Dr. Alodia Gabre-Kidan and oncologist and Co-Director of Cancer Genetics and epigenetics, Dr. Nilofer Azad.

Tether Talk
Grace to the Humble

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 29:15


Welcome to season 5. This year, we will navigate our world through the lens of the book of James. Today's reference: James 4:6- - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE every Friday at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

Resilience and Resistance Podcast
Athena Baca-Chieza: Understanding Trans-Racial Identity

Resilience and Resistance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 54:43


In this episode, we speak to Athena Baca-Chieza, Associate Professor, Clinical Director, and Training Coordinator at the University of Colorado Denver, about tran-racial identity, including: Speaking to her experiences as an adoptee and the struggles she faced being different from her family members. How understanding her trans-racial identity helped her more deeply understand herself and how her identity has shaped her experiences. How the Latinx culture can be anti-Black and how her Afro-Latina Identity impacted her relationships. About our guest: Dr. Athena Y. Baca-Chieza is a clinical health psychologist in Denver, Colorado. She received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2006. Dr. Baca-Chieza is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado, Denver, where she is the Coordinator of Clinical Training and Director of a community mental health clinic in the CU Denver Clinical Health Psychology PhD program. In addition to her current position at CU, Dr. Baca-Chieza also works as a consulting psychologist in the Hem/Onc and Bone Marrow Transplant program at University of Colorado Hospital, where she supports patients who are navigating the complex biopsychosocial intersections of living with blood cancers, and she also conducts pretransplant evaluations. Previously, Dr. Baca-Chieza worked for 10 years at the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute as a BMT psychologist and Training Director, as well as an integrated primary care provider at the South Texas Veterans Health Care System in San Antonio, Texas.Dr. Baca-Chieza is actively involved in leadership and advocacy for her profession and has served on the board of the Colorado Psychological Association (CPA) since 2015, when she was elected as the state's Diversity Representative. In 2018 she was elected to serve as President of CPA, a 3-year position, which afforded her opportunities to write laws that impact mental health outcomes for Coloradans, and especially marginalized populations such as LGBTQIA communities who were vulnerable to archaic and harmful practices. Dr. Baca-Chieza is interested in consultation psychology, including leadership selection and development in the healthcare arena and enjoys any opportunity to present on topics related to leadership, advocacy, and professional development. Dr. Baca-Chieza proudly hails from the beautiful Bordertown of El Paso, TX, is fluently bi-lingual in Spanish and English and identifies as Afrolatina (Mexican and Black). She lives in the Park Hill neighborhood of Denver with her spouse, Chido, who works as a nurse, and their two daughters, Raphaelle and Juno, who attend Stedman Elementary school, where Athena is an active PTA member and advocate for black and brown families in the Denver Public School system. They also have a 5-pound Chihuahua named Fiona.Links:Marisol's website: https://www.marisolerlacher.com/LinkedIn: Marisol - www.linkedin.com/in/marisol-solarte-erlacher & Athena - https://www.linkedin.com/in/athena-y-baca-chieza-6564823/Instagram: @Resilience_and_ResistanceWe have partnered with US Bank to support our communities like this one through responsive and humbled actions focused on addressing racial and economic inequities and creating lasting change through our Community Possible Grant Program,https://www.usbank.com/about-us-bank/community/community-possible-grant-program.htmlIf you are interested in Marisol Solarte-Erlacher supporting your business or organization by speaking or training on topics such as Work Trauma for BIPOC women, Racial Battle Fatigue, supporting mental health in traumatic times, and building resilience in employees and resilient leadership in BIPOC women. Contact her directly at marisol@marisolerlacher.com if you want to learn more.Check out exclusive offers from our sponsors and partners - https://www.theplug-agency.com/sponsorsProduction CreditsArt: Maite Nazario | http://www.maitenazario.comMusic: Inte-Gritty by Bianca MikahnPodcast Editing and Production: https://www.theplug-agency.comDistribution by: The Plug Podcast Network - https://art19.com/networks/the-plugSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E7: The Routines That Help Us Thrive

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 49:29 Very Popular


Hey lady, it's one thing to survive and a whole other thing to thrive. We want to see you thrive so this week Terri and Dr. Dom catch up and discuss all of the tips and strategies they use to help keep themselves rising above the tide and in the direction of their goals. Adulting is not just doing the things you have to do, but also cultivating a life that lights you up. Aside from setting strong intentions of how you want your life to feel, what actions are you putting in place to make them happen? And, when anxiety or imposter syndrome begins to pester you, how do you cope and manage it? The good news is some of these strategies are fun. Tune in to today's juicy episode to see what we mean! And, check out the after-show for some show and tell.Quote of the Day:"My mission in life is not merely to survive but to thrive and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style."-Maya Angelou Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

Birth, Babies & Boob Business by Milk Diva
Episode 16: Why Black Breastfeeding Week?

Birth, Babies & Boob Business by Milk Diva

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 23:30


Why is there a black breastfeeding week? And what it's all about?In today's episode, we will tackle why it is important to know about black breastfeeding (the last week in August) and how we can support it.Help fund a lactation consultation with Milk Diva for someone who cannot afford it by making a purchase from one of our affiliates:Ninni Co. Pacifier https://ninnico.com/?p=HyNAK8PIKMaternity & Breastfeeding Clothes https://kb.crrnt.app/NaiomiC20 https://www.milkdiva.com/givesbackMentioned in this episode:Blog on Black Breastfeeding by MilkDivaBlack Breastfeeding 360 by Kimberly Seals Allershttps://blackbreastfeedingweek.org

FriendsLikeUs
When Sorry Is Not Enough

FriendsLikeUs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 88:04


C. Zawadi Morris is an award-winning journalist and a Chicago native who moved to Brooklyn in 1997. Ms. Morris holds a bachelor's degree in business administration (and a minor in Spanish) from the University of Illinois and a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University. She has worked as the bilingual communications director for Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez (NY-12), a senior account executive for Shandwick Public Affairs and Cohn & Wolf Public Relations, and a news editor at AOL's Bed-Stuy Patch. In December 2013, under The Original Media Group, Zawadi launched The Brooklyn Reader, an online news source covering the neighborhoods of Central Brooklyn. In her free time, Zawadi loves baking, hiking, dancing, hanging out on the beach and getting as far away from the Internet as possible. She also likes to design and sew and in 2004 was named one of Brooklyn's Top-20 Designers by NRG Magazine. Nonye Brown-West is a New York-based Nigerian-American comedian and writer. She has been featured in the Boston Globe's Rise column as a Comic to Watch, as well as in NPR, PBS, ABC, Sway In The Morning, and the New York Comedy Festival. Nonye made her acting debut in The Sympathy Card, now available for streaming on Vudu, Apple, Amazon, and Google Play. Nina Kharoufeh is a SiriusXM radio producer, and comedian, a journalist, and all around unstoppable force determined to break stereotypes surrounding Muslim women and see her name in headlines for the big moves that she is making. She is the author of the book "I'm a Princess To" which is about a young Muslim who wears a hijab and is just trying to live a normal life. Always hosted by Marina Franklin - One Hour Comedy Special: Single Black Female ( Amazon Prime, CW Network), TBS's The Last O.G, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Hysterical on FX, The Movie Trainwreck, Louie Season V, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, HBO's Crashing, and The Breaks with Michelle Wolf

Tether Talk
Catch Y'all Later + Workshop

Tether Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:40


Welcome to season 5. This year, we will navigate our world through the lens of the book of James.  - - -  *Like what you hear? Share this episode, subscribe to the podcast, and consider rating- thanks in advance!- - -  THE RECAPJoin me LIVE every Friday at 8:30 p.m. EST H E R E | Let's talk!- - -  SUPPORTIf this podcast has encouraged you to #staytethered, please consider supporting me in keeping it an accessible resource  H E R Egrace + peace, friends.   -All episodes are written, recorded by, and the intellectual property of tether talk, Tether Mission​​™, and Naomi Moka and subject to copyright. Duplication, division, deconstruction, and/or distribution of these works in any format (written, audio or video) are prohibited without written permission from the author, host, and owner. Thank you for maintaining the integrity of this creative work. 

Resilience and Resistance Podcast
Zaneta Kelsey: Perseverance & Excellence in Tech

Resilience and Resistance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 70:21


In this episode, we speak to Zaneta Kelsey, Founder at Delightsum, LLC, about her passion for elevating BIPOC voices in the tech field. We also discussed: Her work at IBM and many other tech companies in Seattle, Dallas and Denver. Zaneta shares her experiences being one of few, Black women in tech, and her struggles in battling the status quo of a White dominated industry. She shares the courage that she had to exhibit to continually who up and excel in spaces that were not created for her. Her upbringing prepared her to work in an industry with very little representation due to her father's example. The trauma that she experienced in childhood was mitigated by the love and stability she in her family. Watch this episode here - https://youtu.be/76fBHtX9kGoAbout our guest: Zaneta Kelsey has over 20 years of digital transformation experience. She began her career designing and consulting clients at the start of the e-commerce era before 2000. With deep industry insight and a passion for customer empathy and acquisition, she founded Delightsum. She consults clients in multiple industries from large B2B tech firms, tech start-ups, nonprofits and local small businesses. Her corporate consulting and executive background enables her to compassionately understand the annual goals that her clients are working towards and partner with them to collectively achieve. Zaneta's goal is to bring delight to her clients as they bring delight to the customers they serve. Zaneta is very active in the Colorado professional community. She has served as a State of Colorado Commissioner on the Business Experiential Learning Commission which led to her leading the Equity in Scholarship Taskforce as a board member of the Colorado Community College System Foundation Board. She is currently leveraging her expertise to build a model that supports and scales Colorado's tech companies owned by founders of color.Links:Marisol's website: https://www.marisolerlacher.com/Zaneta Kelsey's website: https://www.the-delightsum.com/Connect on LinkedIn or Instagram: Marisol - www.linkedin.com/in/marisol-solarte-erlacherZaneta- https://www.linkedin.com/in/zaneta-kelsey/Follow the Resilience & Resistance PodcastInstagram @Resilience_and_ResistanceWe have partnered with US Bank to support our communities like this one through responsive and humbled actions focused on addressing racial and economic inequities and creating lasting change through our Community Possible Grant Program,https://www.usbank.com/about-us-bank/community/community-possible-grant-program.htmlIf you are interested in Marisol Solarte-Erlacher supporting your business or organization by speaking or training on topics such as Work Trauma for BIPOC women, Racial Battle Fatigue, supporting mental health in traumatic times, and building resilience in employees and resilient leadership in BIPOC women. Contact her directly at marisol@marisolerlacher.com if you want to learn more. Check out exclusive offers from our sponsors and partners - https://www.theplug-agency.com/sponsorsProduction CreditsArt: Maite Nazario | http://www.maitenazario.comMusic: Inte-Gritty by Bianca MikahnPodcast Editing and Production: https://www.theplug-agency.comPowered by The Plug Podcast Network - https://art19.com/networks/the-plugSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E5: Rediscovering Yourself After Motherhood

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 58:14


Hey lady, this week Terri and Dr. Dom sit down for some honest conversation about mothering and motherhood. Being a mom, as rewarding as it can be for some moms, does not come without its challenges. Terri shares her journey of trying to conceive her now 15-month-old daughter while Dr. Dom and Terri offer tips for moms trying to find their way back to themselves. We could all use a little extra support sometimes so tune in for all the helpful gems!Tips1. Honoring who you were before and what you accomplished 2. Make time for the things you enjoy (when and if you can) and enjoy them solo3. Determine who you want to be moving forward4. Prioritize your relationship with you5. Find new ways to connect with your people6. Get help7. Take care of you/self-careReference Episodes:✓ S10E8: New Mom Who Dis?: 3 Tips for Navigating the Change in Friendships for New Moms✓ S12E10: Postpartum Depression and Feeling Unprepared for Motherhood with April Hernandez-Castillo✓ S12E7: Supporting Parents Who Breastfeed with Courtney StallworthQuote of the Day:"In the end, I'm the only one who can give my children a happy mother who loves life."- Terri Lomax Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

The Story of a Brand
Beauty Beez - Where Women of Color Feel Celebrated

The Story of a Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 33:24


This episode is brought to you by Yotpo.   Brittney Ogike was transitioning from a career in sports management when she noticed local beauty supply stores had significant gaps regarding the variety and quality of beauty products for women of color. She decided her next play was to fill that gap, so she founded Beauty Beez.   "These local little indie retailers that sell ethnic beauty products sell hair care for curly hair, textured hair, kinky hair - they sell limited skin care options for people with black and brown skin and then makeup offerings that are a little bit more inclusive than what you would find at a Sephora or an Ulta," Brittney says. "However, the products were limited. The products' efficacy was also very limited, and the experience was not a great experience. And I'm like, why do I feel so dissatisfied when I leave the local beauty's beauty supply?"   Even the big beauty giants like Ulta and Sephora weren't selling the niche products Brittney needed.   "We just set out on a mission to create that space where women of color can feel celebrated in a world full of beauty, dedicated specifically to our unique needs," she says.   One of the first big surprises Brittney found was that the beauty space is male-dominated. That's where her experience in sports management paid off.   "It's an industry that's catered towards women, but men - specifically white men - are a lot of the decision-makers and the CEOs and the founders," she says. "So it wasn't a big transition dealing with men in sports, then going around and dealing with men and beauty."   Times are changing, though, Brittney says, with more women founders in the beauty business.   "I think that's why there's been such a renaissance in beauty because we're seeing founders and beauty from all walks of life," she says. "I think it speaks to us women as consumers finding pain points and then finding solutions for them."   The COVID pandemic caused the brand to shut its doors for a few months, but its e-commerce site flourished.   "It was booming while our store was closed, and once we were able to open the store back up, we still had tons of foot traffic," she says. "I think the Black Lives Matter movement created that during that time. That had a tailwind effect on our business. We garnered much support from our community and attention from the national media as a whole."   In Part 1, Brittney talks about:   * Gratitude to her family and husband for their around-the-clock support. * An overview of the brand * How she pivoted from a sports management career to the beauty space. * The gap in products at many beauty stores. * The renaissance in beauty. * How she created the brand. * How COVID affected the company. * How the Black Lives Matter movement affected the brand.   Join Ramon Vela and Brittney Ogike as they break down the inside story on The Story of a Brand.   For more on Beauty Beez, visit: https://beautybeez.com/    Subscribe and Listen to the podcast on all major apps. Simply search for “The Story of a Brand,” or click here to listen on your favorite podcast player: Listen now.   *   This episode is brought to you by Yotpo.   Rising acquisition costs and the return to in-store shopping have eCommerce marketers double-clicking on their retention strategy.   Now more than ever, brands need to focus on lifetime value. Yotpo is proud to announce Yotpo Subscriptions on Shopify, making retention easy and affordable for growing brands.   Take 8 minutes or less to add a recurring revenue channel to your business.   Download Yotpo Subscriptions from the Shopify App Store today https://apps.shopify.com/yotpo-subscription 

Unladylike
Don't Mess with Texas Abortion Nurse Amy

Unladylike

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 38:09 Very Popular


Amy's Recommended Resources:Aid AccessForward MidwiferyIf/When/HowMiscarriage and Abortion HotlinePlan CShout Your AbortionNew weekly episodes of Unladylike are coming back soon!  Bonus episodes: patreon.com/unladylikemediaIG/FB/Twitter: @unladylikemediaNewsletter: unladylike.substack.com 

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E4: Why We Need More Uplifting Content with Ione Butler

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 38:01


Lady, it's no secret there's a lot going on in the world right now. In fact, sometimes the amount and pace of the headlines can seem overwhelming. And, even if it is not the news you're consuming, the sheer volume of content available is almost impossible to get through. And, that's okay according to Ione Butler, author of Uplifting Stories and founder of Uplifting Content. This week, Ione sits down with Terri and Dr. Dom and speaks openly about her journey in acting and voice acting and how her background with both helped her come to one important conclusion – we need more uplifting content! Tune in and find out how tailoring what you consume can make a big impact on your self-care practice.Quote of the Day:"Be an encourager. The world has plenty of critics already."-Ione Butler Where to find Guest:Website: Uplifting ContentFacebook: Uplifting ContentIG: Uplifting ContentTwitter: Uplifting ContentLinkedIn: Uplifting ContentYouTube: Uplifting ContentWebsite: Ione ButlerIG: Ione ButlerTwitter: Ione ButlerLinkedIn: Ione Butler Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman
S15E3: Understanding Burnout: It's Not About You

H.E.R Space: Uplifting Conversations for the Black Woman

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 37:35 Very Popular


Hey lady, did you know that burnout is classified as an occupational hazard and not a mental health condition? It was news to us too, which is why this week Dr. Dom and Terri sit down and break down the truth about burnout and why it can manifest in us all differently. Day-to-day life can pile up and once you add in work stressors it can feel as though you are in a pressure cooker. Tune in for tips on how to release some pressure and identify ways to prevent it. Signs of Burnout:1.Feeling depleted or exhausted2.Feeling distant, negative, or cynical about the job3.Experiencing reduced professional efficacy4.Acting out of normal character5.Disengaging from self-care routine6.Punishing self for feeling burnt outReasons for Burnout:1.Unfair treatment at work2.Unmanageable workload3.Lack of role clarity4.Lack of communication and support from management/leadership5.Unreasonable time pressure***The responsibility of reducing and eliminating burnout is on the employer, not the employee.***How to care for self before during and after burnout:1.Identify and focus on what's within your control2.Make time for what brings you joy3.REST!!!4.Always have something that you're looking forward to5.Stay connected to your support systemQuote of the Day:“All my life I've been sick and tired. Now I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired.” -Fannie Lou Hamer Register here for the Vibrate Higher Empowerment Workshop!Wisdom Wednesdays with TerriCultivating H.E.R. Space SanctuaryResources:Dr. Dom's Therapy PracticeBranding with TerriMelanin and Mental HealthTherapy for Black Girls Psychology TodayTherapy for QPOCWhere to find us:Twitter: @HERspacepodcastInstagram: @herspacepodcastFacebook: @herspacepodcastWebsite: cultivatingherspace.com