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Just a girl from Nigeria with no experience what so ever, sharing true stories of women in Africa and across the globe, deep conversations, debunking myths, and changing the narrative. Stories of strong and bold African women because together we are better informed. Hosted by Sarah Oseki Heart to heart conversation from women across the globe Season 3, Across Africa - features women from the different countries of Africa to share their story with us. Season 4 - Diaspora woman and the native woman. We bring you stories of Africa women in the diaspora and those in their hometown. Coming soon!

Just a girl from Nigeria with no experience what so ever, sharing true stories of women in Africa and across the globe, deep conversations, debunking myths, and changing the narrative. Stories of strong and bold African women because together we are better informed. Hosted by Sarah Oseki Heart to heart conversation from women across the globe Season 3, Across Africa - features women from the different countries of Africa to share their story with us. Season 4 - Diaspora woman and the native woman. We bring you stories of Africa women in the diaspora and those in their hometown. Coming soon!

Location:

Nigeria

Description:

Just a girl from Nigeria with no experience what so ever, sharing true stories of women in Africa and across the globe, deep conversations, debunking myths, and changing the narrative. Stories of strong and bold African women because together we are better informed. Hosted by Sarah Oseki Heart to heart conversation from women across the globe Season 3, Across Africa - features women from the different countries of Africa to share their story with us. Season 4 - Diaspora woman and the native woman. We bring you stories of Africa women in the diaspora and those in their hometown. Coming soon!

Language:

English

Contact:

+2347052299370


Episodes

Financial Literacy for Women in Their 20s

9/15/2021
With my guest Maryjane Ezurike we discuss financial literacy for women from their 20s. We also discuss: Pink tax What understanding your personal finance do to you The commandments of personal finance Why women are poorer than men And lots more... About Maryjane Ezurike: Maryjane is a geologist turn investment banker and also the founder of Finance Boss Babe, a community dedicated to empower women through financial literacy. Her goal is to make the world a better place no matter how...

Duration:00:32:44

S4-EP5 - The loaded language of failure with Cara-Marie

5/26/2021
On this episode with Cara-Marie from Georgia, Atlanta we discuss: Failures and redirections The loaded language of failure What we think about failure How we talk about failure And more about Cara-Marie and her work About Cara-Marie: In college Cara-Marie discovered her passion for people, when she met Kaiya Castillo, a vibrant and soulful teenage girl living with Cystic Fibrosis—and her mother, Kisha. After meeting Kaiya, Cara-Marie became involved with the Children’s Organ...

Duration:00:29:06

S4-EP4 - Brand strategy and community building, raising vibrations with Ego Aniebue

5/17/2021
On this episode with Ego Aniebue we discuss: Growing up and insecurity Brand strategy and community building Building a successful business online Introverts and business Raising your vibrations Personal story and experience And more... About Ego: Ego is the Founder & CEO of Every Girl Africa, and works as a Creative Lead [Partner at Produktiviti Konsult], Brand Strategist and Social Media Manager. An expert in brand design & executing social media strategies to achieve market...

Duration:00:24:48

S4-EP3 - Growing up as pastor's daughter with Jesukorede

5/4/2021
On this episode with my guest Jesukorede, she shares with us her experience and the challenges of being a pastor's kid. We discuss: Growing up, identity crisis Challenges faced growing up as a pastor's daughter People's opinions and expectations Growing up too fast Families and the subtle influence they have on each other's decision making process Mental health and therapy Finding God and the healing process About Jesukorede: Jesukorde is a fashion Entrepreneur and freelance content...

Duration:00:52:59

S4-EP2 - From Kenya to Budapest, Hungary with Tabitha Nyawira (Diaspora woman series)

4/26/2021
On this episode with Tabitha Nyawira she shares with us her journey from Kenya to Budapest, Hungary and life in the diaspora. We discuss: Growing up, education, identity crisis Kenyan living Volunteering and traveling Life and work in the diaspora Dating, different culture shock and all the banter... About Tabitha: Born and raised in Kenya, Tabitha is one who is passionate about volunteering for a good cause especially for women and children, loves to travel, loves fashion and acting...

Duration:00:51:59

S4-EP1 - The girl who left home with Rita Chukwuike (Diaspora woman series)

4/16/2021
On this episode with Rita Chukwuike she shares with us her life journey and transitions: Growing up, identity crisis, peer pressure Leaving home for school Alone and pregnant Coming back with a baby Reactions from family Finding herself Work and career Meeting the father of her son Leaving her son home, parents support and much more. About Rita Chukwuike: Rita Chukwuike is a life enthusiast, one who's passionate about authentic living, a self motivated individual constantly...

Duration:01:03:02

S3.E8 - The Journey of a Swahili Girl to the Government House of Kenya with Nadia Ahmed Abdalla

3/19/2021
My conversation with Nadia is so transformative and I know her words and story will inspire you. I discovered Nadia on Instagram and I immediately fell in love with her story after scrolling through her page and doing a little research on her. In today's episode, Nadia shares her journey to the government house of Kenya, growing up in a very conservative family, identity crisis and how speaking up and breaking barriers helped her through her journey. We also had discussions about Kenya Ni...

Duration:00:32:52

S3.E8 - The Story of a Young Swahili Girl to the Government House of Kenya with Nadia Ahmed Abdalla (Kenya)

3/19/2021
My conversation with Nadia is so transformative and I know her words and story will inspire you. I discovered Nadia on Instagram and I immediately fell in love with her after scrolling through her page and doing a little research on her. In today's episode, Nadia shares her journey to the government house of Kenya, growing up in a very conservative family, identity crisis and how speaking up and breaking barriers helped her through her journey. We also had discussions about Kenya Ni Mimi,...

Duration:00:32:52

S3.E7 - The future of the newborn in Nigeria society with Amarachi Igwe Kalu (Nigeria)

3/6/2021
Amarachi Igwe Kalu is the founder and CEO of Thriving Up Initiative, a Non Governmental Organization that caters for the health and well being of newborns by improving effective postnatal care and strengthening healthcare in undeserved communities in Nigeria. On this episode with Amarachi Igwe Kalu, we discuss the future and survival of the newborns in the Nigeria society, the Thriving Up Initiative, her personal experience, why she chose this path and lots more. Don't forget to share and...

Duration:00:45:17

Everyday Encouragement

2/26/2021
Wake up and wake the joy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shetabletalk/message

Duration:00:02:38

Everyday encouragement

2/25/2021
Don't be anxious --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shetabletalk/message

Duration:00:00:37

Everyday Encouragement

2/24/2021
Glorify God, encouraged to encourage others. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shetabletalk/message

Duration:00:01:31

S3-E6 - Hijab, fashion, model and the beauty and lifestyle of Somali women with Hani Abdi Gass from Somalia

2/23/2021
On this episode with Hani from Somalia we talked about modelling with hijab, being a hijabi model, the struggles and banter on the beauty and lifestyle of Somali women. Don't forget to share and leave us a review after listening, rate us on apple podcast or subscribe from any platform you are listening from To connect with our guest, you can find her @hanikurlibah Join the conversation online by using the hashtag #shetabletalk Find us on instagram @shetabletalkpodcast On twitter...

Duration:00:27:40

Let God (Everyday Encouragement Series)

2/22/2021
Your thought just won't leave my mind and I started to think of how I can talk to you everyday aside my stories of women episode every Tuesday and this idea dropped in my heart. Everyday Encouragement Series will be my little way of giving back to you for all the support I get from you all here. So, you can come here every morning to get that little encouragement you need to start your day, it's unfiltered and unedited and so original from me to you. Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message:...

Duration:00:01:25

S3-E5 - Twice My Pain - The miscarriage story people don't talk about with Andikan Chimamanda (Nigeria)

2/16/2021
Talking about miscarriage in Nigeria is almost like a taboo, the society has made women believe it's their fault, so nobody wants to talk about it. On today's episode Andikan Chimamanda, a banker, writer, mom and a miscarriage survivor shares her four times miscarriage story with us from her book "Twice My Pain". Do well to share this episode with that friend or sister who's currently or has had missed abortion to help encourage her. To connect with our guest or purchase her book, use link...

Duration:00:45:17

S3,E4 Doreen Moracha (Kenya) Shares her 28years experience of living with HIV

2/9/2021
Doreen Moracha was 13 years old when she officially found out that she was born HIV positive. Since that time till now she's had to learn how to live with it and about the challenges it brings to her everyday life. On this episode Doreen Moracha from Kenya shares with us her 28years experience of living with HIV and growing up with a discordant couple, the stigma, acceptance, opening up about her status, diet, relationship and lots more. If you've been struggling with accepting yourself for...

Duration:00:32:40

S3.E3 The Role of the Parents in Gender Equality With Amaka Ezekwere (Nigeria)

2/2/2021
Amaka Ezekwere is a parenting expert, teaching parents through storytelling and building a community of thankful parents. On this episode she shares her role in gender equality as a parent using her home as an example. Go click play and share with every parents/parents to be you know after listening. Join the conversation on SM by using #shetabletalk on IG we are @shetabletalkpodcast (https://instagram.com/shetabletalkpodcast?igshid=1vz9nw9aqbwed) on twitter @shetabletalk To connect with...

Duration:00:34:37

S3-E2 Salome Nthenya Nzuki (Kenya) - Feminist and advocate for gender equity and equality. (Across Africa)

1/19/2021
Salome Nthenya Nzuki is a feminist with a thirst for a just and equitable world. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Gender Development studies and Sociology from Kenyatta University. Salome has been involved in advocacy work on promoting gender equity and equality for over two years now, she advocates for elimination of unfair and discriminatory practices towards women such as sexual and gender based violence and challenges the patriarchal system, she also pens articles on gender issues...

Duration:00:22:26

S3-E1: Faith Abandy - Contemporary Visual Artist from Nigeria (Across Africa)

1/12/2021
Our guest for the first episode of season 3 is Faith Abandy, a contemporary visual artist from Nigeria who specializes in painting and creating art from waste fabrics. Faith is from Delta state Nigeria but was born and raised in Zaria, Kaduna state to a family of 7 where she's the last. She later moved to Portharcourt to study 'fine art and dedign' in the University of Portharcourt. On today's episode she shares with us how it all started, her different work series, sourcing waste fabrics...

Duration:00:23:10

BBC

1/8/2021
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Duration:00:01:14