Episode 112 : Jodie Patterson – Says Bold Mothering is Activism

This week our guest is Jodie Patterson  – MOTHER  SOciAL ACTIVIST ENTREPRENEUR  and AUTHOR author of The Bold World: A Memoir of Family and Transformation  and more recently A Boy Named Penelope.  What a moving and inspiring conversation we have together. We talk about mothering in its broadest sense, redefining how we mother, and how we talk[…]

EPISODE 110 : Dr Jeanine Downie ,leading Dermatologist says people are finally getting what it is like to be Black in America

This week in the guest chair we have Dr. Jeanine B. Downie, a Dermatologist and owns her practice in Image Dermatology in NJ. We talk about the two pandemics COVID and racism, and Jeanine shares her experiences of racism as a Doctor and in life. As well as the transformative effect of her work and surpassing information on[…]

Episode 108: Michelle Ghee: You Have to Be Prepared and Not Walk in Fear.

This week we have Michele Thornton Ghee joining me in the guest chair. Michele is  a proven executive that has worked for some of the most powerful media companies in the world. She currently serves as the Managing Partner for Stratechic Alliance. A small part of Ghee’s legacy is her tenure at BET. Michele was[…]

EPSIODE 95: What’s been driving me this week: Attitude is Everything

Welcome to another edition of She’s Got Drive: Whats been driving me this week!! It’s a SGD short. This week I share my insight that attitude is everything. How we approach our life absolutely matters to what we have in our life. Hope it helps your day and week.  In these shorts,  I share with you what is the main[…]

Episode 94: Taliah Givens Making Moves for Young Black Leaders

In this weeks episode is the last but not least amazing woman in my UNCF series – highlight the work to support the future of our Black Young people. I am so happy that we have Taliah Givens in the guest chair. Taliah is the Senior Director of UNCF Student Professional Development Programs she has led[…]