Celebrating the Contributions of African American Women
Episode #036: Danielle Earle
Danielle produced the Award Winning Series "Brooklyn Is In Love," and the feature film "Lover's Game," among many others that can be found on our website below the email for her production company PL Entertainment LLC. Aside from Producing, Directing...
Sana Kibz -- Episode #035
Sana Akibu, well known as Sana Kibz, is a Nigerian radio host, TV personality, fashion influencer, and commercial model living in New York City. Since moving to New York from Maryland in 2013, Sana has worked with many notable brands in the fashion and...
Mo Whiteside -- Episode #034
I have always had a passion for helping people resolve their issues and struggles. I started witnessing the people around me as well as myself operating outside of our true selves, which almost always leads to stress, depression, anxiety, and any other...
Dr. Bridgette Peake -- Episode #033
Bridgette F. Peake has loved science since a young age. She holds a Ph.D. in molecular pharmacology from Emory University and has been awarded as a competitive researcher for her paradigm shifting investigations of overcoming chemoresistance in breast...
Chelsea Charles -- Episode #032
Chelsea Charles is an illustrator who resides in Brampton, Ontario, and has received her BAA in Illustration at Sheridan College.She creates her illustrations through a combination of digital and traditional mediums. In her spare time, she enjoys...
Daven McQueen -- Episode #031
Daven McQueen grew up outside of Los Angeles, California, and graduated from BrownUniversity, where she earned a BA in literary arts and economics. Her works on Wattpad include December, Beautiful Dreamer, and Superior, which received a Watty Award for...
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What a powerful episode, it spoke directly to me! I have been struggling with my voice and the views of my clients as a successful black consultant in the construction industry. I am now motivated to share my story... from childhood trauma to being a teenage mom to the rapid growth and success in my career with the devastating obstacles facing a woman of color along the way! It all molded me into the successful business owner I am today! Thank you for this episode, I needed to hear to this help me decide to finally share my Black Girl Magic!