Episode 44: As Black Women Our Voice Matters, Glynda Carr tells us why

In this episode we have Glynda C. Carr, Co Founder of Higher Heights for America – a national organization providing Black women a political home dedicated to harness their power to elect Black women, influence elections and advance progressive policies. Glynda is an advocate and political strategist and the former Executive Director of Education Voters[…]

Episode 43: 8 Life Lessons from Michelle Obama’s ‘Becoming’ Book Tour Launch in Chicago  #IAmBecoming

I am dropping the life Gems that Michelle Obama gave me and many others. On Tuesday 13th November I was one of 14,000 people to see Michelle Obama in conversation with Oprah Winfrey on her first stop of her ‘Becoming’ Book Tour. Michelle was inspiring, funny, imaginative, challenging, courageous, honest, open, thoughtful, playful, appreciative and[…]

EPISODE 42: Drop the Ball’ says Tiffany Dufu, How to Let Go of the Standards that Work Against us Verse For Us

This week in the guest chair is Tiffany Dufu. Author of Drop the Ball, this is Tiffany’s memoir and manifesto that shows women how to to let go. According to foreword contributor Gloria Steinem, Drop the Ball is “important, path-breaking, intimate and brave.” Named to Fast Company’s League of Extraordinary Women, Tiffany is Founder and CEO of The Cru, a peer coaching[…]

EPISODE 41: “Be Ready to Recognize Opportunity” – Sharlene Brown Shares How She Does it.

This week sitting in the guest chair is Sharlene Brown the executive director of The Partnership for Responsible Financial Inclusion. Previously, she served as National Director of Oikocredit-USA, where she raised investment capital and provided development education on micro-finance and social performance to investors with more than US$35 million in assets. She has previously  overseen  projects[…]

Episode 40: ‘Trust and Know that its Going to be OK’ – How Dawanna Williams became one of a handful of Black Women building Condos in NYC worth millions?

  After four months away we re-launch She’s Got Drive Podcast with some small changes, but what has not changed is the amazing women that I interview to inspire you to be the driver in your own life.  This week is the wonderful Dawanna Williams Founder and Managing Principal of Dabar Development Partners sitting in[…]