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The Liberators Podcast is designed to promote physical, psychological, spiritual, and financial freedom. 💡 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theliberatorspodcast/support

The Liberators Podcast Jeremey N. I. Shropshire

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The Liberators Podcast is designed to promote physical, psychological, spiritual, and financial freedom. 💡 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theliberatorspodcast/support

    Episode 55: Deciphering The Journey of A Chemical Engineer with Kayla Strong

    Episode 55: Deciphering The Journey of A Chemical Engineer with Kayla Strong

    Episode 55: Today's podcast is entitled Deciphering The Journey of A Chemical Engineer. Our guest for this Thursday is Kayla Strong @its_oh_kay.   She is  


    originally from St. Louis, MO. 
    has a Dual Degree in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering via Xavier University of Louisiana and Tulane University  
    worked in the NASA SHELiB Lab synthesizing solid lithium batteries  
    interned at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and NASA Greenbelt  
    interned as a maintenance engineer at DOW 
    interned as a process engineer at Folgers  
    lead multiple positions with the National Society of Black Engineers 
    worked as a BUILD Technician at Xavier University of Louisiana researching solid lithium batteries with a focus on the synthesis of solid polymer electrolytes 
    volunteered with STEM NOLA and Girl Scouts 
    currently an Operations Engineer at Hill's Pet Nutrition (a Colgate subsidiary)

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    Episode 54: A Diet for The Best Quality of Life with Danielle Oldfield

    Episode 54: A Diet for The Best Quality of Life with Danielle Oldfield

    Episode 54: Today's podcast is entitled A Diet For the Best Quality of life featuring dietician Danielle Oldfield @danni.health.

    In this conversation we discuss A Diet For The Best Quality of Life.   

    Our guest is  


    a professional chef through the Christina Martin School of Food  
    has a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics  
    works as a registered clinical dietician in hospitals in the private sector  
    is a performance nutritionist for the Sharks Rugby Team in her province 
    has completed a Translational Nutrigenomics course and is currently studying Functional Nutrition   

    Danielle's passion is helping clients get to the underlying root cause of disease and not just treating the symptoms.   

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    • 44 min
    Episode 53: Mindset Needed to Excel in Negative Environments with Jerome Miller

    Episode 53: Mindset Needed to Excel in Negative Environments with Jerome Miller

    Episode 53: Today's podcast is entitled Mindset Needed to Excel in Negative Environments. Our guest for this Thursday is Jerome Miller @jeromekmiller. Jerome Miller was born in Savannah, GA but now resides in Atlanta, GA.

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    is a First-Generation College Graduate
    has an Undergraduate Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, majoring in social entrepreneurship with a concentration in Global issues from Georgia State University 
    has a Masters in International Business
    is the Vice-President of a non-profit organization named Greatest MINDS
    is a student ambassador at LaunchGSU
    is an ambassador for Center for Advancement of Students and Alumni
    is a co-author of Men Magnifying Manhood Giving Hope & Empowerment Volume II
    is a mentor at the Five Network 
    is a member at TheGatheringSpot
    is affiliated with the Atlanta Black Chambers Metropolitan Commerce 

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    • 1 hr 28 min
    Episode 52: Addressing the Stigma of Suicide within the African-American Community with Catherine Nash

    Episode 52: Addressing the Stigma of Suicide within the African-American Community with Catherine Nash

    Episode 51: Today's podcast is entitled will focus on the theme Addressing the Stigma of Suicide within the African-American Community. Our guest this Friday is Catherine Nash @caaliforniasoul.  

    Catherine C. Nash was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She is currently a 2nd year Clinical Psychology doctoral student (PsyD) at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona. At Midwestern she volunteers and holds a liaison position for the school’s multi-disciplinary volunteer/outreach program, H.O.M.E. Catherine also serves as a class representative in student government and is involved in several student organizations, holding two secretarial leadership positions. She is a 2017 Cum Laude graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry. While at Xavier she was involved in several student organizations including gospel choir, DSBS peer mentoring program, Nubian Xpressions theatre club, and other community service opportunities.

    After completing her undergraduate education, she took a gap year to gain more clinical experience. During her gap year she worked as a behavioral health technician with children with autism spectrum disorder. Catherine would also volunteer as a crisis line counselor at the Didi Hirsch Suicide Prevention Center.  Currently in her PsyD program, as part of her clinical practicum requirements, she is conducting individual and group therapy with the adult SMI (serious mental illness) population. For her dissertation, she is composing a suicide prevention program for African American youth due to the rapid increase of suicidal deaths in the past decade within this population.

    In Catherine’s free time she enjoys relieving stress through spending quality time with friends and family, cooking, and nail-painting. Her ultimate goal in life is to open up her own private practice that mostly caters to ethnic minorities in underserved communities in hope to help break down mental health stigma and other barriers to mental health care. She also strives to be a role model for young women and leave a mark on this world, just as her late mother did and was to her.

    If you or someone you know is struggling with a crisis or thoughts our suicide please call the crisis number 18002738255 or text 741741. 

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    • 44 min
    Episode 51: A Conversation Evaluating The Intersectionality of Music, Education, and Business with Jaquial Durham

    Episode 51: A Conversation Evaluating The Intersectionality of Music, Education, and Business with Jaquial Durham

    Episode 51: This Friday's interview is the 28th installment in the Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy block of podcasts.

    It will focus on the theme A Conversation Evaluating The Intersectionality of Music, Education, and Business. 

    Our guest for this Friday is thought leader Jaquial Durham @jaquialdurham. He is the Founder of nonprofit organization “for the love of community... and he’s an executive Crew Member with record label, Heavy Sound Labs (@heavysoundlabs) and Senior Advisor with Cover360ixty (@cover360ixty).

    Jaquial Durham is cultivating consciousness concerning issues in education, popular culture, and politics. As am entertainment executive, Jaquial’s appreciation for hip-hop is front and center in his work, positioning the art form as a voice that innovatively emphasizes societal issues in a palatable manner to translate into tools of activism and organizing.
     
    Born in Clemson, South Carolina, Jaquial holds a bachelor’s degree in African and African American Studies with a minor in Women and Gender Studies from Winston-Salem State University. Recently earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and Administration from The George Washington University. Currently, he’s in a post-masters program at Georgetown University.
     
    Jaquial has successfully hosted his Annual Jaquial & Community Turkey Drive for more than seven years, feeding more than 125 households each year during the Thanksgiving holiday. In addition to the local community, Mr. Durham has navigated international communities to better understand lived experiences. Jaquial immersed himself in Palestinian and Brazilian communities. While in Brazil, Durham studied the inhumane experiences of Afro-Brazilians in the prison system.
     
    One particular quote drives his passion: “other people's lives, dreams, values and goals are worth the time and patience."
    To support his brand and projects visit www.jaquialdurham.com

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    • 1 hr 35 min
    Episode 50: Leading the Initiative for Black Mental Health and Wellness with Licensed Professional Counselor Amber Dee

    Episode 50: Leading the Initiative for Black Mental Health and Wellness with Licensed Professional Counselor Amber Dee

    Episode 50: This Friday's interview is the 27th installment in the Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy block of podcasts. It will focus on the theme Leading the Initiative for Black Mental Health and Wellness. Our guest for this Friday is Licensed Professional Counselor Amber Dee. She is the founder of Black Female Therapists @blackfemaletherapists. 
    Amber Dee is a licensed professional counselor and Founder of Black Female and Male Therapists. Amber is responsible for spearheading BFT and BMT's best-in-class, most relatable, down-to-earth content. She enjoys bringing her love of marketing into the mental health world to drive innovative methods for breaking the stigma of mental health and wellness for all. Prior to starting BFT and BMT, Amber became an author after writing her first book for young women transitioning to adulthood. She has been featured in numerous articles, remains involved in countless local organizations and currently has a private practice in Atlanta, GA.
    If you would like to purchase merchandise or utilized her online directory of Black Therapists please visit www.blackfemaletherapists.com.

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    • 49 min

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