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"Be Empowered and Empower On" by checking out WinHers United!! WinHers United contains leadership insight, personal experiences, and business expertise from leading WOC Entrepreneurs. Discussion Topics Include: ✅ Self-Discovery ✅ Self-Leadership ✅ Mindset ✅ Personal/Professional Lessons Learned ✅ The Landscape for Women in Business ✅ Self-Care ✅ Personal/Professional Productivity ✅ Success Strategies WinHers United Provides: ❗️Opportunities to Make Business Connections ❗️Personal & Professio ...
 
The podcast that explores the beautiful, heartbreaking and nuanced stories of interracial dating. Two women of color share their thoughts and experiences about interracial dating. Your hosts Nkechi Njaka and Myisha Battle tackle complicated topics from what it's like for women of color to online date to how pop culture represents interracial relationships.
 
Jumpstart your Creative Career with informal mentorship from successful creative entrepreneurs, across TV, film, music, literature, and beyond to turn your creative passion projects into full-time careers. Hear from experts, get inspired, and drive your creative career forward! Past guests include Jeff Friday, James Lopez, Maz Jobrani, Rizwan Manji, Stefon Bristol, Sarah Thawer, and Maaza Mengiste! Shereen Kassam aka FunnyBrownGirl will also share stories and strategies that she used to step ...
 
REACH Mama is a podcast about the stories of successful moms of color. Hosted by Karina Cabrera Bell, each episode will bring you the REAL journeys to success - the good, the bad and the messy. You will gain insight from career-driven moms who skillfully manage careers and kids. Guests will include CEOs, Entrepreneurs, Authors, and leaders from different industries.
 
Can we be empowered through adversity? Each week, join Pamela Smith, licensed professional therapist & advocate for the mental health and well-being of black and brown females, as she interviews professionals from all walks of life who have overcome tremendous adversity and succeeded in the midst of struggle. Tune into these powerful conversations that explore why it’s all mental.
 
Self Care Sundays is a podcast that centers around communities of color and their access to sustainable, non-commercialized self-care. This podcast brings together guests across various professions, races, religions, and sexual orientations to talk about how their self-care practices impact their day-to-day lives. Find us on Twitter at @SelfCareSundays.
 
Corynne Corbett and Kim D’Abreu host this bi-weekly podcast that explores issues related to appearance, diversity, and inclusion and how they help or hinder how women of color in their lives and careers. Society may want to render us invisible, but this podcast holds up a mirror to our experiences and gives a space for our voices.
 
Focused on high achieving professionals and executives who want to be and stay more confident, consistent, motivated, energized and vital as they live, play, and work. The stakes are high for them and they have many responsibilities, yet little time so they're constantly managing competing demands. Our solution is called Power Paradigm and we have a very profound, practical, real, scientific and spiritual method that trains them on BEING Powerful. While they're well trained in leadership, co ...
 
The Institute For Sport & Social Justice (ISSJ) is “Changing Lives Through the Power of Sport.” This show is a discussion, an opportunity and a celebration of women leaders in sports. We will discuss the pathways and challenges that women of color have overcome and explore their unique journeys through sport. We will investigate opportunities to challenge the status quo and action steps for inspiring women to become leaders in sport. Producer, Garnett L. Overby III, Director or Marketing & C ...
 
Point of Hue is a bi-weekly podcast featuring Ateira Griffin and Salimah Jasani, two women of color. Join us as we discuss everything from interracial dating to ancestry tests and even the questionable representations of race in Harry Potter (yes, we went there) from our #PointOfHue.
 
Meet Her Momentum Founder and CEO Donielle Elizabeth at the intersection of opportunity + momentum for the ultimate career glo up! In this season of the Her Momentum podcast Donielle interviews courageous women who found momentum in their careers in spite of the status quo. We know the playing field is not equal, but you can still win! Join us to learn how.
 
A collection of voices gathered from the world of the lesser represented & marginalized populations in media or media preservation. These voices belong to women, queer folx, the trans community and people of color. These are indigenous voices and the voices of the differently abled. These voices are those that need to be heard because they haven’t been. Archivist’s Alley is a safe & lively conversational space designed for discussions on how to preserve our work and identities in today's pro ...
 
The Yes To You Podcast aired from January 2019-January 2020 It was created, produced, and hosted by Dominique D. Wilson to be a global platform for women to foster collective healing and social change by telling their stories. By illuminating real stories of phenomenal women taking back their power to overcome adversity, redefine success for themselves, and help others along the way—we are committed to empowering women everywhere to say YES to their calling! You can now connect with Dominiqu ...
 
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“I love myself more than any other thing, I keep myself as a priority for me, I choose to honor myself first!” – Falak Shaiikh During Season 8 Episode 6 of WinHers United the podcast Falak Shaiikh, CEO of Falak Shaiikh, talks to us about unblocking subconscious beliefs, love addiction, co-dependency, and how perception shapes our views. She also sh…
 
Discover how we help people define their inner world, so you can start outlining an intentional inner game and inner gameplan that is aligned with what you really want, and not what the world has decided you should want. We’re sharing why we feel this dissonance in the first place, and how to see where your own work is aligning your conscious inner…
 
We discuss how we’re here to guide you through this journey to this destination. We’re sharing how the facilitation we provide is different from other forms of coaching, the work and understanding that goes into this transformation, and how it has changed our own lives as well as the lives of our clients. Get full show notes and more information he…
 
“Give yourself some grace and self-care, luxurious self-care.” – Dr. LaFarra Young During Season 8 Episode 5 of WinHers United the podcast Dr. LaFarra Young, CEO of LaFarra & Co., talks to us about paying attention to ourselves, and the things we put in and on our bodies. She also shares insight on using our transferable skills when moving from one…
 
Tune in this week to discover how we help you see the truth of your being and how it relates to your struggle. We’re sharing our philosophies, what we’re here to do, what we’re not here for, the questions we focus on, and how you can step into a life of abundance that answers what you’re being called to do. Get full show notes and more information …
 
LATRICE SALES, Director of Jackie Joyner Kersee Foundation, Winning In Life Programs. Latrice is a doctoral candidate at the University of Texas at Austin in the Department of Curriculum & Instruction. Her dissertation research is focused on evaluating the effectiveness of gender equity in sport programs on providing athletics opportunities for Bla…
 
“You have to let people know how it resonates, how it connects, and why they should care.” – MaKara Rumley During Season 8 Episode 4 of WinHers United the podcast MaKara Rumley, CEO of Hummingbird Firm, talks to us about engaging others via open communication. She also shares insight on the residual effects of operating in excellence, the importanc…
 
Welcome to this delicious episode I’ve shared with Tina! She is a vocal coach, a professional singer and a book author. She is a Filipina born in the Philippines who was raised in Australia and spreads her creativity across the globe! We discussed delicious cultural foods, raising kids in your non-native country, using your voice powerfully and gro…
 
“You only live once, and you only live now! So, let’s get out and do what we have been putting off.” – Andrea Foy During Season 8 Episode 3 of WinHers United the podcast Andrea Foy, CEO of Andrea Foy, LLC, talks to us about becoming an author. She also shares insight on the importance of having a personal development plan, putting our personal safe…
 
We discuss how to own your greatness and stand in your power in the face of the resistance that we face as Black women. We’re sharing how we’ve seen these dynamics play out firsthand, the intense thoughts and emotions that appear in these situations, and how we choose to deal with them so we can show up living our best life. Get full show notes and…
 
There’s this notion that to be an unapologetic person, you have to be fierce, strong, and well, unapologetic. In this episode, I am bringing light to being unapologetic and still grieve, feel pain and be in the process of healing. You can be healing and be unapologetic. Let’s normalize going through bad things in life and talking about it all becau…
 
“My overall mission is to bring healing, hope, and health to women.” – Trynette Lariba During Season 8 Episode 2 of WinHers United the podcast Trynette Lariba, CEO of Curvy Fit Chicks, talks to us about the many dimensions of wellness. She shares insight on the importance of self-mastery and aiming for excellence in all we do. Trynette encourages u…
 
Join us today as we discuss the experience of re-entering the world and why we choose to take some risks while avoiding others. Life is inherently risky, with or without a global pandemic. When we bring awareness to these risks and make a choice out of consciousness, our game becomes that much more intentional and purpose-driven. Get full show note…
 
Join us in this episode as we soak in all angles of difficult yet important conversations from decolonized wellness, loving your body, being queer, the process of coming out and how important being in community and truly connecting with people eye to eye is the way to do business that feels good for the BIPOC business owners. Dalia extensively shar…
 
From doing yoga, meditation, genetics, and building our values as a family, Marisa gifted us with her time and energy to inspire us with her story and vast knowledge and experience into stepping into the ease and flow of parenting, unapologetically. Here’s what was covered in this episode: Marisa’s story Yoga & Parenting How genetics helps you map …
 
“A COO connects the pieces of the business vision and makes it a reality.” – Stephanie Marquardt During Season 8 Episode 1 of WinHers United the podcast Stephanie Marquardt, CEO of Continuous Synergy, talks to us about being a Fractional COO. She shares insight on the importance of operational management and how a COO helps CEOs work on their busin…
 
We're continuing our discussion on freedom and liberation in the hopes that it inspires you to create a reality for yourself that is both free and liberated. Liberation is available within all of us, if we know where to look and how to cultivate it. It's where your Inner Game Plan lives, and today we’re sharing how to explore within yourself so you…
 
Hello! Hello! Hello! We have finally arrived! In this episode, I shared with you all what Aligned & Unapologetic means to me and what we are going to serve in this show. This is not your typical podcast show, this is a movement. I am on a mission to create a platform for all females of color to share their unapologetic journey and message. I hope t…
 
Have you ever wondered why the person you want to have a relationship with isn’t ready, or doesn’t seem to be on the same page as you? We want other people to be ready to make changes at the same time that we are ready. But that is rarely the case, and we can’t make someone else ready for change. We have to ask the hard question of, are we making s…
 
It took 25 whole seasons to deliver a Black Bachelor, history making indeed with an enormously diverse group of contestants to boot. There was loads to celebrate until… racism. Myisha + Nkechi are here to discuss it all: the colorism, the lack of screening for racist contestants, Rachel Kirkconnell in antebellum cosplay, and finally- Rachel Lindsay…
 
We discuss the different types of freedom and what happens when you go up the ladder to reach the highest level of freedom. Even though freedom is a birthright, how much of that birthright do we actually get to experience? Maybe freedom is actually a gift that requires constant investigation. Get full show notes and more information here: https://e…
 
We are coming to you today to talk about pursuing your dreams. I have been talking to a variety of people over the last couple of weeks and have heard a common theme. They are in a career but do not feel like they are pursuing their passion. Have you ever felt that way? You deeply want to pursue a certain path but feel like you have invested so muc…
 
In this episode Nkechi and Myisha examine what was said and unsaid when Oprah interviewed Meghan and Harry back in March. Was too much burden placed on Meghan to explain the racist events that led to her family leaving the Royals behind? And just how much sympathy should we even expect from a royal legacy of colonial imperialism? We. get. into. it.…
 
Do you sometimes feel ashamed when talking about your own mental health? Do you worry what other people will think and does this fear keep you back sometimes from pursuing the support that you need? Today I wanted to share how proud I am of Naomi Osaka for standing up for her own mental health. She is very much in the public eye but still took a st…
 
Have you ever wanted to pursue something but were unsure if it was the right time, or if you had what it took? How many times do we allow fear to keep us from going to the next level? Today we are going to talk about doing it scared. I have been on a journey the past several months challenging myself to do things that scare me. I have been using th…
 
As a Black woman of mixed race, Shaquille Heath has a lot of experience navigating microaggressions pointed at her Blackness (is she Black enough?) and her long term partnership with a white man. In this episode, Shaquille describes what it was like growing up in Utah and how working in tech and then the arts has brought her further and further int…
 
This June, we’re partnering with Christine Platt, the Afrominimalist, on a brand new Inner Game Plan. In this episode, we’re discussing what intrigues us about minimalism and why we love Christine’s approach to using minimalism to create the experience of freedom. We’re diving into how we’ve started adding minimalism into our lives, why it’s about …
 
Being sick is never any fun, it’s miserable. When you add onto being sick the fact of being single and not having anyone there to help take care of you it can be even harder to get through. It’s important to realize that when we feel sick we will feel down mentally, and that’s a normal thing. During those times it’s very important for us to reach o…
 
We are coming to you today to talk about a character trait called “Highly Sensitive Person” (or HSP). The word “sensitive” is not negative, it simply means someone who is highly attuned. It means that your emotions run deep. The other part of HSP is that the person’s body (or nervous system) becomes a little more attuned as well-meaning you become …
 
Radiah walks us through her Q2 Inner Game Plan and tells us what her game, The Serenity Code, is all about. We invite you to use the plans we share as inspiration for what your own plan could look like. Who do you need to be to have the life you want? What steps are you taking to become that upleveled version of yourself? We're exploring these ques…
 
How would you like to RECEIVE support? How do you GIVE support? We have experienced a lot of loss this year, which is causing us to dig deep and learn what support truly means and the variety of ways we FEEL supported. We have to be careful to not only be there for someone in the way that WE want to be supported (and maybe even trying to run in and…
 
We discuss the choice that is motherhood and why no one is actually forcing you to give anything up. You have the option to be present to being a mother and not present to the struggling and sacrificing. We’re sharing some advice for mothers who feel like they don’t have a choice but to sacrifice themselves and how our personal fulfillment benefits…
 
Resilience is necessary to persevere in life and entrepreneurship! Gabby Goodwin is an inventor, mentor, speaker, and the Co-Founder of Confidence. Gabby became a kidpreneur at only 7 years old via her invention Gabby Bow. Gabby is super amazing and has received numerous accolades since becoming an entrepreneur such as being named the 2015 South Ca…
 
How do you position yourself as an expert in your work? Imposter syndrome can catch hold of us and keep us second-guessing whether we have the knowledge and skills for the job we are in or are trying to get into. In today’s episode, I sit down with Ashley Asshire who empowers women towards taking meaningful action in life and career. She sits down …
 
How we look at things determines what we see! Choosing to be realistic yet hopeful is a gem that can help us along the way. Tae Lee is known as the Money Maximizer. She is an International Best Selling Author, Speaker, Coach, and Financial Literacy Trainer. Tae’s goal is to impart financial knowledge on others so they can experience successful entr…
 
In this episode Host Leslie Denman and guest Katrina Lokko have some real grown woman talk about what it means to be a Kingdom Woman. Tune in to learn how to step into your role and how to challenge the false narratives of what it means to be a Kingdom Woman. Learn more about guest Katrina Lokko at https://www.katrinalokko.com/ https://www.facebook…
 
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