Beth Cole Portrait

Beth Cole Podcast

December 1, 2020

“Segregation Now, Segregation Tomorrow, Segregation Forever!?” Hell, No! Beth Cole Ep. 6 – Beth Cole is a fireball . . . always has been, always will be. As she says in her podcast, “Segregation Now, Segregation Tomorrow, Segregation Forever!  Hell, No!” Beth Cole’s history of activism and social change dates back to the 1950’s and…

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Lyn Burton Portrait

Lyn Burton Podcast

December 1, 2020

Live with Integrity and Joy Lyn Burton Ep. 16 – Are you educating yourself to become a better citizen while helping others find their paths? Lyn Burton has spent most of her career life helping families in low and moderate incomes with their housing needs and is now helping others struggling with drugs to find…

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Debbie Feinberg

Debbie Feinberg Podcast

November 23, 2020

Living Her Convictions and Beliefs Ep. 50 – Debbie Feinberg embodies living her convictions and beliefs! Some say leaders are born not made while others say, they are made not born. Well, in Debbie Feinberg’s case, you can say it was both; she always carried an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age. Debbie grew up…

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Antonio McGinnis Portrait

Antonio McGinnis Podcast

November 23, 2020

Life in the Bricks Antonio McGinnis Ep. 80 – Where you come from should not define who you become. From growing up in Public Housing to becoming an international basketball star, Tony McGinnis knows that when you are determined to be different, you will overcome. Antonio McGinnis was recently named by as one of…

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Resilience and Courage

Leslie Andrews Podcast

November 6, 2020

Resilience and Courage Ep. 108 – Leslie Andrews learned resilience and courage in facing life’s adversities, including being widowed at a young age, and in viewing the world. Exercising loyalty and community love comes easy for Leslie Andrews because it was instilled at an early age. Leslie Andrews is described as a Master Relationship Strategist…

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A Beacon of Hope

Neelam Chahlia

October 22, 2020

Mrs. Washington America: A First! Ep. 106 – Visualize yourself standing on the stage, wondering who will be crowned, and then . . . they call your name. Neelam Chahlia tells us what it is like to win Mrs. Washington America and then to go on to the nationals. She created history by being the…

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Women in Business Podcast

Janice Greene

October 21, 2020

I Lived in Two Different Worlds: Black and White Ep. 31 – How do you integrate yourself into a Black and White world where discrimination is the only language they speak? You learn to become a fighter for your own battles, pick the right people that help motivate you when the outside world doesn’t. That…

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Ruth White

October 15, 2020

What Do We Do with the Kids? Ep. 105 – What’s happening to children reaching an age to leave a foster home? What do we do with kids when there is not a good place to go?  Ruth White is the Executive Director of the National Center for Housing and Child Welfare. Children need better…

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Motivational Podcast

Teaera Strum

October 8, 2020

Baltimore’s 40 Under 40 Ep. 104 – Teaera Strum is the COO of Strum Contracting in Baltimore city. She was selected as the Baltimore Business Journal’s Baltimore 40 under 40 in 2019. She was recognized for her business and civic accruement that she has contributed to in Baltimore city. At just the age of 36,…

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Tony Markey

September 10, 2020

The Grand Leap Ep. 100 – Tony Markey is one person that fully understands the advantages and disadvantages of taking the grand leap! He has taken many of them throughout his adult life and has never had second thoughts about it. Imagine applying for a science graduate job as an 18-year-old who just completed high…

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