36 episodes

Hey, beautiful people! This is SIWYB Podcast where we commune to listen to, learn with, & love on some of Louisiana’s amazing female founders, navigating through business, relationships, and self-discovery. This is a no judgement zone where everyone is empowered to speak up with conviction. As the Kevin Hart joke says, Say it With Yo Chest! Let’s get into it! Hosted by @namastearielle, founder of Bea’s Bayou Skincare!

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Hey, beautiful people! This is SIWYB Podcast where we commune to listen to, learn with, & love on some of Louisiana’s amazing female founders, navigating through business, relationships, and self-discovery. This is a no judgement zone where everyone is empowered to speak up with conviction. As the Kevin Hart joke says, Say it With Yo Chest! Let’s get into it! Hosted by @namastearielle, founder of Bea’s Bayou Skincare!

    Ep. 37 Jasmin Pierre, Founder of The Safe Place App, New Orleans, LA: We MUST Talk About Mental Health

    Ep. 37 Jasmin Pierre, Founder of The Safe Place App, New Orleans, LA: We MUST Talk About Mental Health

    Jasmin Pierre is a Mental Health Advocate, creator of the Minority Mental Health App "The Safe Place", Peer Support Specialist, Motivational Speaker, and author of “A Fight Worth Finishing”. She is from New Orleans, Louisiana. Jasmin is constantly fighting for the rights of those suffering from depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts. She aspires to continue writing, speaking, coaching, and encouraging others to never give up.
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    Google App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.raddabarnen.calm&hl=en_US&gl=US
    Apple Download: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/the-safe-place/
    Amazon Book: https://www.amazon.com/Fight-Worth-Finishing-1/dp/1530694124
    Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-fight-worth-finishing-jasmin-christal-pierre/1125113073
    Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasmin-pierre-091252140/

    • 41 min
    Ep. 36 with Kayla Bell, Founder & Creative Director of ”Created x Kayla” & ”Arrow and Phoenix Swim”

    Ep. 36 with Kayla Bell, Founder & Creative Director of ”Created x Kayla” & ”Arrow and Phoenix Swim”

    Thanks for checking out another episode of SIWYB Podcast! This episode features Kayla Bell and I'm so inspired by her creativity and go-getter-guts, starting so young on her founder journey! Be sure to follow and shop!

     

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    You can usually find her somewhere in a corner wearing her favorite Nike slides and a Laina Rauma sweatshirt + jogger combo with her eyes glued to her iPad sketching swimwear, or seeking inspiration while on her many travels for work or fun. Born + raised in New Orleans, she has a strong sense of culture and lets her travels inspire her and her collections. Her mission through Arrow + Phoenix is simple: To empower women, give back to the community and the planet we call home, and provide creative, affordable, and comfortable swimwear that celebrates diversity, sustainability, + positivity.


     


    A+P founder and designer, Kayla Bell, has always been a bikini lover and at just seven years old, she recognized her love of design and keen eye for detail that has since taken her places beyond her childhood aspirations. As a designer and strong advocate of body positivity + philanthropy, Kayla always knew that she wanted to build a brand that had meaning and intention. While in middle and high school, she found that as a petite young woman with a 38DDD bra cup size, locating a comfortable swimsuit top that wasn't made with someone else's grandmother in mind was nearly impossible, so she began creating her own. Arrow + Phoenix was created as a continuation of her goal to remove the stress of swimwear shopping for women of all shapes and sizes while offering fellow bikini lovers a product that makes the earth a better place. An essential detail of achieving this is ensuring all designs are tested first on her body rather than that of a fit model, the styles are derived from 90’s inspired timeless pieces she feels confident will compliment and flatter all female forms, as opposed to recreating size-based, trendy pieces that aren’t great fit wise on a multitude of women.


     


    A+P is designed especially for the woman on the go who is stylishly minimalistic, confident, and conscious of her purchases. Whether she’s swimming in the clear ocean waters of The Maldives, laughing with friends poolside, or enjoying a solo birthday trip to the illustrious Amangiri, she’s all smiles because she is comfortable, confident, + feels sexy in her own skin.


     




     
     

     


     


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    Ep. 35 Shay Claiborne, Founder of MommyFluent: Curated Toys to Save Families Time & Help Foster Baby’s Development

    Ep. 35 Shay Claiborne, Founder of MommyFluent: Curated Toys to Save Families Time & Help Foster Baby’s Development

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    Website: https://mommyfluent.com


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    "Shay Claiborne is a New Orleans native who has worked in the social service field for the past eight years. She has experience with ABA therapy, mental health counseling, case management, and parent education. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She is a loving mother of one. Shay is the Founder of Mommyfluent, a NOLA-based toy retail company. Mommyfluent specializes in toys for infants and toddlers and are driven by the desire to make the toy search easier for moms and families. Shay wanted to create a company that merged her passion for family engagement and the importance of play time. Shay currently serves as a Board Member of the non-profit Black New Orleans Mom and a Parent Leadership Steering Committee Member. She is committed to empowering and healing families.”
     

    • 48 min
    Ep. 34 Kalaya Sibley: The Gen-Z Olivia Pope / ”To be Black is Political”

    Ep. 34 Kalaya Sibley: The Gen-Z Olivia Pope / ”To be Black is Political”

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    Instagram: @mekenziej7
    Twitter: @afrolaya
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    Hailing from the vibrant city of Dallas, Texas, Kalaya Sibley's journey is one that resonates with the power of words, and the drive to enact meaningful change. Growing up Kalaya's early exposure to journalism and politics ignited a passion that would become the cornerstone of her purpose-driven life.With an unwavering conviction that "To be Black is political," Kalaya embarked on a path of self-discovery that led her to become a driving force for change and amplification of marginalized voices. A proud graduate of Dillard University, the oldest HBCU in Louisiana, Kalaya not only achieved academic excellence but also garnered numerous accolades that underscore her commitment to advocacy and service. Her recognition as a White House HBCU Scholar, an AT&T Dream in Black Rising Future Maker, and features by renowned platforms such as Rihanna's Savage X Fenty and The Washington Post speak volumes about her dedication to her community and the causes she champions.
    Now a distinguished member of ForbesBLK and pursuing her master's degree at Syracuse Newhouse, Kalaya's ambitions continue to soar. Her aspirations to pivot into law school stand as a testament to her multifaceted approach to enacting change. As a visionary, she envisions a future where her passion for effective communication and legal acumen converge into—a public relations and legal affairs firm. Through this entrepreneurship venture, Kalaya aims to collaborate with diverse entities, from businesses to cultural movements, from politicians to entertainers, to create and execute global communication and marketing strategies that transcend boundaries and unite communities.
     
    Her evolving skills in crisis management and public relations make her a valuable resource for entities in need. Guided by the wisdom of the African proverb, "If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together," she fosters genuine connections that bridge gaps and foster unity. Beyond her work, Kalaya is a transparent person who encourages interaction with her on social media. She is a force to be reckoned with—an agent of change, a beacon of empowerment, and an advocate for a better world.
     
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    Instagram: @mekenziej7
    Twitter: @afrolaya
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    • 45 min
    Ep. 33: Ynohtna Turead Talks Trichology with Arielle Brown of Bea’s Bayou Skincare

    Ep. 33: Ynohtna Turead Talks Trichology with Arielle Brown of Bea’s Bayou Skincare

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    Ynohtna Tureaud is one of the leading hair care and scalp specialists, as well as one of the first Board Certified Trichologists, in the state of Louisiana. She has been in the hair care industry for over 20 years. Throughout the years, she has become a licensed cosmetologist, barber, and instructor. The last eleven years have catapulted Ynohtna into the ever-evolving science of Trichology, where she specializes in addressing all forms of hair loss and scalp disorders. She is the owner and operator of Anointed Hands Trichology Center for Hair Loss located in Gonzales, Louisiana.
     
    As she continued her endeavors, Ynohtna noticed a substantial number of clients who were experiencing hair loss. This sparked a burning desire to become educated, and ultimately certified in the science of Trichology. Ynohtna was named Salutatorian from the National Trichology Training Institute in Stockbridge, Georgia. She also became certified through the American Medical Certification Association, as well as an affiliate of the American Hair Loss Council. Ynohtna has received numerous certifications, including Medical Wig Installer, Non-Surgical Hair Replacement, and Laser Phototherapy. She has also obtained awards, such as a Proclamation recognizing Alopecia Awareness Month for the state of Louisiana from Governor John Bel Edwards, Proclamation and the Key to Ascension Parish. The parish also recognized and acknowledged her expertise by offering her a seat on the Ascension Parish Mental Health Board. Ynohtna’s work and articles have been published in books, including " Hairs How Style and Guide", as well as "Sophisticate's Hairstyles and Care Guide" and "City Social" magazines, both nationally and internationally. She has also appeared in the media via television shows such as, Vision of Grace Network, Eatel Community Connection, WAFB Channel 9 News, and Fox 29 Lake Charles News.
     
    With over 80 million Americans experiencing hair loss, Ynohtna has traveled abroad to study and perfect her craft and continues to promote Alopecia Awareness by conducting seminars and classes. She works alongside other paramedical and medical healthcare professionals to help decrease the number of people affected by alopecia. She also served as a volunteer with the American Cancer Society and Mary Bird Perkins where she strives to help promote a positive self-image to women who are undergoing cancer treatment. Ynohtna also promotes breast cancer awareness by hosting yearly events, in which doctors, as well as survivors, provide valuable information to help combat the disease. Ynohtna is also known for her community service, along with stylists and barbers, partnering together to provide opportunities for kids to receive free hair care services, wellness screenings, along with mentoring sessions. Her passion led her to create the organization G.L.A.M. Girls Outreach, where professional ladies alongside her, provide the support and tools to empower females in achieving their goals. Ynohtna's passion to help individuals overcome the stigmas associated with hair loss, has caused her to delve and excel in the field of Trichology. 

    • 48 min
    Episode 32: “Birth Justice” with Nicole Deggins, CNM, MSN, MPH, Founder/CEO of Sista Midwife Productions

    Episode 32: “Birth Justice” with Nicole Deggins, CNM, MSN, MPH, Founder/CEO of Sista Midwife Productions

    • 54 min

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