Ellen Walsh Portrait

Global View on Racial and Gender Discrimination: Ellen Walsh

February 15, 2021

Ellen Walsh describes the pain-filled memories of living in Mississippi in the mid-to late-1950s with racial segregation the “law of the land.” She witnessed her mother’s pain as a brown skinned Polynesian married to a white Portuguese engineer. Her mother was directed to the “colored door” while her father was directed to the front door.

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Valarie Austin Portrait

Valarie Austin Podcast

January 19, 2021

Military Service is In Her Blood Valarie Austin Ep. 70 – Military service of this West Point graduate is in her blood. Her great-grandparents were Bahamian immigrants with a legacy of military service. Valarie R. Austin is a 1987 graduate of “the Academy”; that is, the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York.…

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Paula Ward Portrait

Paula Ward Podcast

January 2, 2021

Break the Glass Ceiling Paula Ward Ep. 119 – Would you like to break the glass ceiling? Are people moving up the corporate ladder but you feel like you are stuck in place? Would you like to retire at age 36?  If you did, what would you do with the rest of your life?  Meet…

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Denise Patterson McKenney Portrait

Denise Patterson McKenney Podcast

January 2, 2021

How to WIN! Ep. 120 – Denise Patterson McKenney is a success story in how to negotiate a win/win which is really how to WIN! Have you ever wanted to win an argument so bad you could practically taste it? Have you ever laid awake at night thinking of what you should have said? Have…

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Mozhgan Wafiq Alokozai

Mozhgan Wafiq Alokozai Podcast

December 29, 2020

Empowering Women in Afghanistan Mozhgan Wafiq Alokozai Ep. 118 – Are you courageous? Imagine yourself walking down a street in Afghanistan. You have to be accompanied by a male relative. As you walk along, the potential of a bomb exploding is very real. How do you economically and socially empower oppressed women? Education. By arming…

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Linda Dupre Hull

Linda Dupre Hull Podcast

December 29, 2020

Social Security at 62 or 65? Ep. 56 – Linda Dupre Hull, age 67, provides powerful insights in her podcast into a childhood where at age 12 she became a partner with her father in developing the family budget and managing the family finances out of the necessity of ensuring the family could survive off…

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Cathy Gibson LGBTQ Rights

Protecting LGBTQ Rights: Cathy Gibson

December 22, 2020

Protecting LGBTQ Rights Early On Cathy Gibson Ep. 17 – Some women fought and advocated for equality and inclusion over the years for women today to enjoy. Cathy is one of those women who began protecting LGBTQ rights early on in her life. Cathy Gibson is a woman who is happy that many things she…

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Emily Loya Portrait

Emily Loya Podcast

December 22, 2020

Lost My Dad to the Bermuda Triangle Emily Loya Ep. 28 – The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Hear the story and the…

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Entrepreneur Podcasts

Why Black Lives Matter Too: DeLois Strum Podcast

December 16, 2020

Racial and Gender Equality DeLois “Dee Dee” Strum Ep. 115 –  Listen to learn WHY Black lives matter! It is important to believe that change will happen if we continue advocating for it as leaders. The American society needs economic, social, and policy changes in order to give everyone regardless of their gender or race…

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Teresa Harris Portrait

Teresa Harris Podcast

December 8, 2020

What?! Women Can Do That? Teresa Harris Ep. 15 – “What?! Women Can Do That?” was some of her awakening. What does it take to turn your life around from mistakes and adversities to immense success? From a childhood of segregation, low-expectations of girls and women and the battle to define her sexuality, Teresa Harris…

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