The Vine Experience podcast is about growing in our mindset. We’re all in some way connected and our lives intertwine in more ways than we realize. We're two successful business women, one black, one white, coming together to share similarities and differences and to talk and to listen. Discussing what some may call uncomfortable topics but subjects that are having a significant impact in our lives today. We want to have those uncomfortable conversations to get past the awkwardness, acknowledge each other's truths and find that common ground. Follow the Vine and see where it leads . . . Join us on our journey!
What can we do to learn from Michael’s experience and how do we move forward from it?
We continue part two of this very important conversation with Michael Brown. In part two, we focus the conversation on how to move forward and how we can, as a society, learn to acknowledge without minimizing a situation. What is he teaching his sons? What should we be teaching our children? As business owners what can we do? What example can we set? These are just a few of the questions we can ask ourselves in order to be part of the change to move forward.
Pulled over on the CBBT
We will be talking with Michael Brown the Managing Director at a global investment bank about the profiling experience that happened to him more than 20 years ago while crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel. The father of three sons will discuss why he is talking about it now and tell us what it felt like when that happened to him as a young bond trader and Vice President heading from New Jersey to Virginia for Mother’s Day.
The Impact Today’s World Is Having On The Mental Health Of Our Children
The director of the mental health program at CHKD, Stephanie Osler will join the ladies to give 5 tips to help your children cope with all that is going on in our country right now. She will discuss the increase in patient referrals that they are seeing and how CHKD is trying to meet the need. Disparity in treatment for mental health for African Americans. Suicide use to not be an issue for African American community now the numbers are skyrocketing. Is racism having a traumatic impact on our children? What can we do as parents to help? They say it takes a village to raise a child, so what can we do as a community?
2021: New Year's Resolutions We Can All Embrace
2020 left us with questions. It also ignited passion to make an impact. Do you go along to get along or do you stand up for what is right? What can we do as a community to say this is wrong and we won’t stand for it anymore. How do we make things better? How do we break generational curses? How do we fix the situation, not just for the one offended, but for the family and the generation?
Rebuilding Trust As We Head Into 2021
Many things can erode trust, so how can you go about rebuilding it? We need to open our minds to rebuild the trust. We’re all in this together and it’s going to take all of us doing our part... listening and truly hearing what others have to say. Taking the time to see the other person’s point of view. What are you doing to help rebuild the trust?
Reflections of 2020
This was a difficult year for most of us for many reasons. As we head into the holiday season we look back at some of the highs and lows that we faced personally and as a nation. What lessons did we learn? What changes should we make? Why? and how can we make those changes?
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Love this content! So thought provoking!!
Thank you Susan and Angela
Just what is needed in these times. Thoughtful and insightful and must listening