Ashley McDunough is the founder of Melanin On The Map, an app specifically for travelers of color. She's based in LA, from New York and went to Howard. We talked about culture, traveling, media, hbcu pride, studying abroad and a myriad of other topics.
This conversation is with Richard Dahl, a Tuskegee grad who almost died a month after graduating. We talk about hbcus, relationships after an injury and the importance of love and positivity. If you want to be inspired, this episode is for you.
Getting featured on instagram can help grow your brand, sell your products or bring awareness to a cause. We went in-depth on this episode into the tactics that will help you get featured on instagram.
Matt Goins of @puzzlehuddle talks about why middle children tend to be successful, how graduating from Howard 3 times set him up for success, why fraternity members are oftentimes successful and why marriage has helped him flourish.
Dr Kevin James is the 41 year old interim president of Morris Brown. He walks us through the accreditation process, tells us why HBCUs are the best at educating black people and why its important to be transparent in leadership
One of the biggest rivalries in the HBCU world is the rivalry between FAMU and Bethune Cookman. Ashanta Williamson, who attended Famu and graduated from Bethune Cookman discussed the differences between both schools.
Content is the key if you want to build an audience or sell something. In this elisode we gave away all our strategies and tactics on how we built HBCU GRAD into a brand with over 67k followers on instagram. You'll love this episode.
Going to see your physician is not what it used to be. Nowadays, you can open your cell phone or computer and have a doctor visit. On this podcast, Todd talks with Dr Tiffany Turner the CEO of RoweDocs, a telemedicine company. They talk about telemedicine, the HBCU experience and how RoweDocs is making healthcare affordable for many online.
Award winning singer, songwriter, pianist Aaron Abernathy talked to us about the intersection of passion and purpose, the grammys pay to play system, his uncle Rev Ralph Abernathy, how craigslist hot him a deal, why adversity matters and why the monks in Bangkok are dope.
On episode 3 of the HBCU Audio Experience, we talked to Vincent Owens (@cannapreneur) about the misconceptions of canabis, where there is opporrunity in the canabis industry and the benefits of CBD, hemp and THC.