In this episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson talks with Los Angeles based entrepreneur and tech / venture capital specialist Anastasia Tarpeh-Ellis. The two talk about Anastasia’s role with Backstage Capital — one of the hottest venture capital firms around, and what it’s like balancing a 9-to-5 while building her own start-up company.
The holiday season is upon us and along with thanksgiving and yuletide cheer often comes stress, a longer “to do” list, and putting others before yourself. In this bonus episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson provides tips on ways to take care of yourself during the holiday season.
Host Alexandra Sampson talks with Washington, D.C. based multi-passionate journalist and entrepreneur Jonelle Henry. The two talk about Henry’s more than 15 years of media and communications experience, and how she’s united her multiple passions to create a life that fulfills her.
During today’s episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson talks with minister, entrepreneur coach, speaker and author Courage Molina. Courage shares a glimpse of her story of transformation revealing how she was able to overcome depression, save her marriage and live life anew. She also describes the 5 power principles described in her book — Power Principles: Courageous Living.
In this episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson sits down with R&B/Soul artist and singer-songwriter Sydney Franklin. In 2018, Sydney released her freshman EP Make It Hurt. Sydney and Alex engage in a bit of music therapy as they listen to tracks from the EP and discuss the life experiences that inspired the tracks.
Host Alexandra Sampson launches the sophomore season of SheTime by chatting with award winning journalist and CNN correspondent, Leyla Santiago. The two discuss Leyla’s move as a young girl from Puerto Rico to the States, Leyla’s passion for and career in journalism, covering Hurricane Maria and the ongoing recovery efforts in PR, and service as a form of self-care.
We are thrilled to announce that Season 2 of SheTime will debut on October 17th! This season is themed "Becoming" and will feature the stories and experiences of women from diverse backgrounds, including how their experiences have shaped them into the women they are today and the self-care lessons they’ve learned along the way.
Yes, the "Superwoman Syndrome" is real and in this episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson chats with Dr. Erica James, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Francis Marion University, about it. Dr. Erica and Alex discuss what is the superwoman syndrome and how to detect if it is impacting you, issues impacting women of color and women of varying socioeconomic status, and practical ways to "take off the cape."
In this bonus episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson is interviewed by Cidney and Jade on their podcast -- ThicRoots Podcast -- about her personal self-care journey and the impetus behind starting the SheFirst Project.
In this episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson chats with financial therapist and author Bari Tessler about Women & Finances. Bari is the founder of The Art of Money: a global, year-long money school, which integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps. Bari and Alex discuss Bari’s integrative 3-phase methodology to financial coaching, money shame, and the interplay between money and emotions.
In this episode of SheTime, Host Alexandra Sampson sits down with meaning legacy planner Laura Roser to discuss the topic Women & Legacy. Laura and Alex chat about the non-financial legacy planning process and how women can develop their personal legacy statement.
Host Alexandra Sampson talks with Nichola Brown, founder of Keilah Restoration Ministries — a faith-based counseling practice in Washington, D.C., to discuss myths and truths in reconciling faith and practicing self-care.
In this episode of SheTime, Alex chats with Dr. Emily Stone, a licensed marriage and family therapist and Assistant Professor at Pfeiffer University in Charlotte, NC, about Women & The Invisible Workload -- what it is, how it thwarts self-care efforts, and practical tips to manage it.
Host Alexandra Sampson sits down with Sybil Amuti & Brandice Daniel, co-hosts of the personal and professional development podcast, The Great Girlfriends, to discuss how their girlfriends have been instrumental in their self-care practice, and some of the reasons why women may find building deep friendships difficult.
On the inaugural episode of SheTime, host Alexandra Sampson talks with London-based author and award winning journalist, Jennifer Nadel to discuss the topic Women & Self-Care and Jennifer's book, co-authored with actress Gillian Anderson, We: A Manifesto for Women Everywhere.
We are thrilled to announce that Season 1 of SheTime will debut on April 4th! This inaugural season of SheTime is themed "Women&" and will focus on attaching a few self-care focused labels to how we view and define ourselves as women.