Thank you for checking out VOICES with Pebbles . VOICES features conversations with people with creative voices, fascinating stories, people inspiring others with their voice, or are using their voice to make a difference. They're the storytellers, the activists, the entertainers, creatives and everyday people changing the world in their own way.
VOICES with Pebbles recently won a Gracie Award for Public Affairs Show. The Gracies
recognize exemplary programming created by women, for women and about women in all facets of media and entertainment.
VOICES with Pebbles is produced by Leroy Irvin.
Voices with Pebbles: Sheena Collier
This week, my guest is Sheena Collier. Sheena is a super connector, convener, and strategic planner. She’s the founder and CEO of The Collier Connection and Boston While Black, both working to build connection, support, and belonging among Black residents in Boston.
Voices with Pebbles: Tory Bullock
This week, my guest is Tory Bullock. Tory is a writer, actor, performer and social artist. Tory was the very first guest when VOICES debuted four years ago, and we like to do an annual check in around our anniversary. I sat down with Tory to catch up and talk about the art scene in Boston, his campaign to remove the Emancipation Memorial, and more.
Voices with Pebbles: SuperSmashBroz
This weeks guests are the SuperSmashBroz! Brothers in real life, they have been named Boston DJ's of the year. They were part of the Red Sox City Connect Series, and overall are highly respected Boston representatives in the world of entertainment.
Voices with Pebbles: Lisa Simmons (Roxbury International Film Festival 2021)
Lisa Simmons is the founder & president of The Color of Film Collaborative, and the director of The Roxbury International Film Festival.
Voices with Pebbles: 4 Year Anniversary Special
Voices is celebrating it's 4 year anniversary, so Pebbles and producer Leroy sat down to talk about it.
Voices with Pebbles: Erin McAleer (President of and CEO of Project Bread)
This week, I’m talking to Erin McAleer. Erin is the President of and CEO of Project Bread, working to address food insecurity in Massachusetts. She was also named one of the 2020 Bostonians of the Year.
The best part about this podcast is how natural the interviews are. Pebbles makes everyone feel like they’re with friends, included in the conversation. Great balance of wisdom and wit. I always walk away from an episode thinking about a new idea. Thank you!!!