David Adams, Director of Social Emotional Learning at Urban Assembly and Commander in the United States Army Reserve, discusses how his work ensures students develop competencies that will positively impact their mental health and set them up for success not only in school, but also in life.
Ashlee Wisdom, Assistant Director of Grants Management for NYC Health & Hospitals and Founder of HealthInHerHue.com, discusses her efforts to help Black women get on the road to health and wellbeing and why she believes safe spaces are critical even for people of faith.
Anthony Wayne, Cinematographer and CEO of Tailor Made Visual Productions, discusses his journey from cleaning rental cars after college graduation to building a business around his passion for media production.
In this episode, Sam Pierre, managing partner at SMP Global Consultants, discusses his journey from working for Mayor Bloomberg to running his own nonprofit, and how he turned a grad school project into a profitable consulting company.
In this episode, public speaker and personal branding enthusiast Matt LeBris discusses his journey from aspiring pro athlete to lifestyle entrepreneur and content coordinator for investor and TV personality Daymond John.
Deputy Director of Social Emotional Learning at The Urban Assembly and Chief Visionary Officer of The Black Man Can Inc., Brandon Frame discusses, among other things, his organization’s initiatives to celebrate, educate and inspire boys and men of color.
In this episode, financial consultant, cryptocurrency expert, and self-described three-time failed Olympian Tyrone Ross Jr. discusses his journey of perseverance while bearing the burden of an unrealized dream.
Recorded in The Pod at White City Place in London, UK, this episode features another conversation with our producer, Damarcus Adisa, on everything from travel mishaps to the most memorable podcast moments so far.
Brooklyn-based entrepreneur Lloyd Cambridge discusses his efforts to transform the learning experience for fellow entrepreneurs, creators and makers through his company Progress Playbook, which equips entrepreneurs with customized learning plans that sharpen their business acumen.
In this episode, Agile Business Analyst and host of the Black Tech Unplugged podcast, Deena McKay discusses how she landed in the tech industry and the work she's doing to give visibility to other minorities in field.