"She Persisted" is a show dedicated to women's voices that broadcast radio doesn't provide. It is intended to be a conversation on topics that will allow women to feel less alone in their busy worlds.
She Persisted with Melissa Carter 12-07-2020
Nita Patel, author of the new book "Boss Vibes," joins the show to talk about etiquette in the workplace. Plus, Melissa's Christmas tree is up...but can it survive two new kittens? She'll have an update.
She Persisted with Melissa Carter 11-23-2020
A quarter of a million people have died from COVID-19 now, and Melissa not only expresses frustration at the growing numbers but also the hypocrisy of charity by some this holiday season. Plus, what shocking news story about women isn't getting a lot of news coverage? She'll explain.
She Persisted with Melissa Carter 10-25-2020
Sales leader Bernadette Pannier talks to Melissa about starting her own business and how she helps others build, and sell, their brands. Plus, a new parody song in support of those who wear their masks!
She Persisted with Melissa Carter 10-19-2020
Human rights activist, best-selling author, and FreetheMindco CEO Kim Normand Dobrin joins the show. Also, Melissa discusses her bumpy transition into the visual world of Zoom.
She Persisted with Melissa Carter 10-12-2020
Melissa talks with Dianne Beattie, founder of We Web Designer, about the importance of an online presence and more importantly taking the opportunity during the pandemic to really find your purpose in life. Also, Melissa gives her take on the "I'm Speaking" experience we witnessed with Vice Presidential nominee Rep. Kamala Harri
She Persisted with Melissa Carter 09-28-2020
Melissa has posted a video on TikTok and discusses the odd difficulty in making that decision. Plus, how offensive were the President’s latest actions?
Love the show
Love listening to Melissa Carter always ever since she was on Atlanta airwave. Glad this podcast is out, and I still get to hear Melissa.
I love that laugh
Melissa is like listening to a close friend. She’s says what I think and feel. Miss her on the radio but do think she’s found another calling. She speaks to me.
Smart, and sassy!
One of the best voices on talk radio. Ms. Carter is a lovely combination of emotional rawness, wit, and a soupçon of Southern snark. Interesting topics and insights.