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Guyanese Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur
Guyanese Immigrant Renate Moore is an author ,speaker, entrepreneur who went from writing children's books to creating a cafe then moved on to the health and wellness part with a cookbook. She grew that into online cooking classes when COVID started and has developed that into a line of healthy herbs and spices . She also has been a speaker at many health and wellness conferences.
Bahamas, Nigeria, the US and Monique
Monique Russell is of Bahamian and Nigerian heritage and now lives in the US. She is the CEO of Clear Communication Solutions, a podcaster , a coach of immigrant women and a first time author.
Her mission is to bridge the gap between black cultures by having open and honest conversations.
Why I left Jamaica-Marva Riley
When asked why she left Jamaica, Marva Riley says " We came to the United States for economic opportunities, not because we didn't love or beautiful island and the weather and everything that Jamaica has to offer, but for the economic opportunities"
Marva Riley is also the author of the book " Eat! Sleep! Meditate! A Nurse's Guide to Health" - Marva Riley. It's a holistic health and wellness book and a memoir.
Corine LaFont from Trinidad to Jamaica
In this episode I speak with Corine La Font who emigrated from Trinidad to Jamaica.
She is a PR and Communications Consultant, Podcaster, Speaker, Author and Online Business Coach.
Alicia Couri - Audacious and Confident
Alicia Couri can be described as an audacious and confident woman. She didn't start out this way and says confidence is something she struggled with her whole life. She related it back to growing up in Australia where she and her sister were the only children in her school with dark complexions. She spoke of leaving Trinidad for Australia with a strong sense of self but returning with very low self-esteem.
Nanette Thelemaque - St Barts, Jamaica and more
Nanette Thelemaque's paternal grandmother was from Negril Jamaica while her paternal grandfather was from St. Barts also known as Saint Barthélemy. Her maternal grandfather immigrated to the US from Mexico and is an indigenous Mexican while her maternal grandmother is a mixture of African American, Native American and German ancestry.
We talk about the interesting culture found in the household of immigrants and what it felt like being a 2nd or 3rd generation American.
Paula, host of the podcast, highlights all aspects of entrepreneurship and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Paula does such a good job covering a variety of topics. The guests offer valuable insight as well. I would recommend this podcast to anyone looking to be inspired and informed!
Such inspiring stories . I love the theme of immigrant women’s triumphs and challenges