The Untouched Tea podcast aims to create an open space to discuss deep, granular, and “untouched” parts of controversial issues that affect women in both positive and negative ways. Topics picked for the podcast are based on the educational content provided by the Autumn Rise Foundation, Inc (ARF). The ARF is a women-centered and community-based nonprofit is located in Rochester, New York and seeks to spread awareness about issues women face daily.
Cash Value Tea
April is all about financial literacy, but let's not talk too much about financial advice. Instead Michelle and special guest Courtney Rominiyi explore a bit of the history behind women's financial independence, women and investing, as well as Black female consumerism.
New Energy Tea
On this episode Michelle gives the rundown of what New Year New Me means. She chats a bit on her thoughts of last year's great resignation, but also encourages listeners to go out and get their goals this year through S.M.A.R.T. goals.
Breast Assured Tea
This episodes highlights a candid conversation with breast cancer survivor Nefertiti Mitchell!Our guest describes what her experience was like surviving stage three breast cancer, the aftercare of breast cancer, and what the experience was like forty regain her sexual confidence after having a mastectomy. Take a listen to this very important episode and don't forget to schedule your mammograms!!
Boss Woman Tea
In this episode Michelle is joined by Raven Waters! We describe what it means to break barriers, know your worth, choose yourself, and the effect mental health has on your success and career decisions.
2020's Remnant Tea
In this episode Michelle hosts a discussion surrounding two major events that emerged towards the end of 2020: the release of the Covid-19 vaccine and the 2020 presidential election. Chemical engineer Dr. Asher Williams, public health professional Iman Ali, MPH, and Master of Public Administration candidate Alexxus Young speak on the misconceptions surrounding the vaccine, the triumphs of public health initiatives, and the complexities of electing third party candidates for the presidency.
The BLM Tea
In this episode an educator, Sasha, and a business analyst who works in public health, Nadia, join Michelle in a conversation surrounding the #BlackLivesMatter movement. The women uncover their definitions of reparations and what they believe are ideas to be considered when discussing reparations, as well as their thoughts on defunding the police, rebuilding systems, and empowering the next generation.
Great topics and conversation!
This podcast approach topics that are not easily discussed in a friendly conversational manner making it both informative and entertaining.