So excited to be the first guest on #HowDidWeMeet series of Network and Spill with Whitney Danielle of Episode 51 !! I met this gem within the first month or so when I moved to Boston and we are still connected!
Hip hop is alive and well in Charleston, South Carolina thanks to the incredible artist known as Benny Starr!
The Charleston born, Pineville raised artist has been sharing his music with the world since 2010. Today at age 30, the artist now feels that he is able to be his most authentic self in his work! In this episode, he shares the gifts from his upbringing, what forces came together for him to take music seriously, and what self care looks like for a black male.
From the strange circumstances of his birth to the imprint of family and hospitality he gained from Alabama, Ali takes us through his childhood and the events that led him to serve the people through economics, hosting and leading numerous initiatives that have help build community and put black dollars in black businesses.
In 2018, she set a goal to read 12 books and came up with the #InMyReadingChallenge to encourage YMPs to read a book in August. Keke also shares Top 5 tips to make your reading experience more valuable!
Style and Grace Podcast is a weekly lifestyle local podcast committed to real conversations in the social media age! They cover everything from the headlines to relationships to career advice and so much more! In this episode, we get the full story of how and why they started their platform and what is means for two Milwaukee natives to live and thrive in Arizona!
God resides right inside of us and so many of us don;t acknowledge that. Knowing this one major key can help you get through life and get back on track! Take note of the top 5 things that will get you back into alignment.
Meet Sasha Simmons, Chief Trooper and creator of SevenThirtyOne, "the platform where she talks about, address, and deal with all things related to emotional healing and emotional well being!" Sasha, a true Southern woman has lived an incredible life yet she takes this moment in time to share her role in her family, what it meant to be the first in her family to graduate college, creating her own life through speaking, and her health battle that caused her to stop speaking publicly for two years!