This is Bring a Friend … a podcast where real people shine... and where people who shine get real. These are conversations we usually have with our best friends... and now we’re living them out loud with you.
My Friend The Treasure Hunter
Life’s most trying moments often give us the greatest insight. This is certainly true for Season 1’s final guest, Vicky Tsai. Founder of the globally triumphant skincare brand, Tatcha, Vicky’s mission began as a way to personally recover from the trauma...
My Friend The Barrier Breaker
While America was fighting fragmentation, Aimee Allison saw the potential in the big picture. This episode gets deep with the founder of She the People, who ignited under-represented and under-empowered women of color to run for office and get out the...
My Friend The ARTrepreneur
Sometimes, who we are and what we do, fight for our attention. Other times, they intersect and create magic. Ashley Longshore makes her magic on canvas and then converts it in her gallery - a rare combination of voice and vision that re-imagines art and...
My Friend The Queen of Queens
You think you know Tina Knowles-Lawson? She’s a fashion designer. An entrepreneur. And of course, mom to Beyoncé and Solange. Triple A was blown away by Miss Tina, but not for the reasons you’d think. At the heart of this conversation is a queen whose...
My Friend La Imparable
Growing up as the daughter of undocumented parents, Jessica Oliveira-Haddad never knew whether a knock at the door might tear her family apart. She talks to Triple A about the catalytic moments that changed her outlook on life, centered her purpose, and...
My Friend The Bad Mamma Jamma
For Nana Ahmad, one size doesn’t fit all. While academic excellence catapulted her into career success, it is the Bad Mamma Jamma fitness community that will be her legacy. Creating a program that meets the needs of Black women across the country, Nana...
Awesome podcast! So proud!
Authentic Powerful Stories
My fave podcast has to be the ‘Freedom Fighter’ Shabana Basij-Rasikh’s story about going to ‘secret school’ in Afghanistan, as her family risked their lives for her education. The fact that after she received her college education in US, she decided to go back to Afghanistan to start a private school for girls, is so powerful, admirable and remarkable. I was mesmerized! Bravo for sharing her inspiring & uplifting story.
Love the energy of the speakers and inspiring stories! My new fave podcast for neighborhood walks.