The Culture Effect Podcast presented by Historically Black Since, and hosted by Adrena Martin, is a show where we discuss the effect that HBCUs and Black Greek Lettered Organization’s have on it’s students, alumni and members. Visit us online atwww.hbcusince.com and follow us on Instagram @historicallyblacksince
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with Omega Psi Phi member Keith L. Brown aka “Mr. I’m Possible.” About Keith: Named a “World Class Speaker,” one of the top speakers and consultants in Education by “Insight Publishing,” and International Speakers Network, as well as a, “Social Impact Hero,” by, “Thrive Global,” Keith empowers hundreds of thousands of people annually, many of whom are in Colleges, School systems, Supplemental education agencies, Family advocacy agencies, Foundations, Government agencies, Faith Based Institutions, Corporate America and the “I’M POSSIBLE Institute,” where he coaches and trains Speakers, Authors, Entrepreneurs and all those seeking to expand their Impact and Influence Nationally and Globally.
-He has served as a “Client Referral Consultant,” on A&E’s hit television series,” Beyond Scared Straight,” and is a frequent guest on I-Heart and Sirius XM Radio, often serving as an expert on Youth and Family Enhancement, Educational and Social Justice and Improving the Quality of Life for all Human beings, especially the underserved. His community service and philanthropic work includes but is not limited to the following: The Sickle Cell Foundation, National Lighthouse Foundation, Omega Mentoring Program and the South Fulton Arrow Youth Council. He and his lovely wife Wakea, an Elementary School Principal and Child and Family Advocate, are the proud parents of one sensational son, Keon.
Visit him online at http://keithlbrown.com/about-keith/
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On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with Florida Memorial University HBCU graduate Kamaya Chapman on her HBCU experience, and entrepreneur life. Follow Kamaya on Social Media @kamayadaplug
On this episode of The Culture Effect podcast, we speak with Albany State University graduate, Dr. Diana Watley. She is an author, speaker and entrepreneur and founder of Mogul Mom.Me, which she started in 2020 shortly after becoming a first time mom herself in 2019. In her role as the President and Founder, Diana provides strategic vision to the organization. With nearly 16 years of experience as a Family Advocate, Empowerment Speaker and Coach, Diana isn’t new to helping Mom.Me’s, children and communities. After empowering and advocating for thousands to date, Diana’s primary goal for THE MOGUL MOM.ME, is to help Mom.Me’s to have the confidence to go after everything thing she deserves and in turn that Mom.Me will raise children with the same amount of confidence.
Follow Diana on all social media outlets @dianawatley
On this episode of The Culture Effect podcast, we speak with Spelman College graduate Claudia Walker about how she is using writing and illustrations to educate children on the ABCs of HBCUs, and how she juggles motherhood with entrepreneurship.
To learn more about Claudia, visit her online at hbcuprepschool.com
On this episode of the The Culture Effect podcast, we speak with Howard University graduate Brandi Bodega and learn about her journey as a food blogger and the impact that her HBCU experience has had on her . Follow Brandi on social @brandiwhatsgood and visit her online at noordinarygrub.com
On this episode, we speak with Tambra Cherie, who is the star of the new OWN TV show “Belle Collective.” We discuss her HBCU experience at Jackson State University, being a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, how she got into radio, and more
On this episode, we speak with former Miss ASU and Alabama State University alum Priyanka Banks, on how she went from college to realty TV screens and then starting her own bling shoe and accessories line
On this episode we speak with Denver Terrance, who is a family of Denver Smith, one of the victims of Southern University Massacre to find out what really took place that day in 1972 on the HBCU campus of Southern University in Baton Rouge.
On this episode, we speak with Xavier University of Louisiana graduate, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. member and plastic surgeon Dr. Nicholas Jones about his HBCU experience, and how he became a plastic surgeon with his own practice.
On this episode, we talk to former school principal Ardre Orie, and learn about her journey as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and how she is building the Fasting Growing Black Owned Publishing Company in the country.
This Tennessee State University Alum created the 1st African American woman owned trade school in the country. On this episode on The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with Teacher turned Entrepreneur and Author, Koereyelle to learn about her journey from the classroom to the boardroom.
Caitlyn Davis is an influencer and entrepreneur, who started her custom apparel line “Cait The Great,” while being a student the FAMU. We spoke to the young entrepreneur at our brunch in Atlanta, Ga about her journey since recently graduating from college last year, her HBCU experience, and future plans.
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast with Historically Black Since, we speak with The Singletons, the couple who recently went viral on social media from a video of husband Ray Singleton singing to his wife throughout her journey and battle with cancer. We had a great conversation about how the two met, married, and their new journey together
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast with Historically Black Since, we speak with Keon Davis, who is the owner and operator of the smoothies company Smooth N Groove. He tells us journey from campus to becoming an entrepreneur making millions, to how he lost it all and gained it back
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with former Morris a Brown College SGA President, Desmond Scott, and how his leadership journey on campus prepared him for entering the world after graduation
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with Savannah State University graduate and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority member Zadous Pollard. We talk about her HBCU experience, how she got into medical sales, and now having her own consulting firm showing others how she did it.
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with the Morehouse College SGA President and Vice President Trey Bowers, and Alex Cherry. They give us the ins and outs of what it is like being a student leader on campus, various platforms they have implemented, balancing it all, and more.
On this episode of The Culture Effect with Historically Black Since, we speak with Voorhees College graduate, and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity member Jamal Josef on his career as a creative director, dancer, and choreographer. Jamal has worked with a wide range of celebrities, including one of his biggest accomplishments in helping with additional choreography for Beyonce and her infamous, HBCU themed Coachella performance.
On this episode of The Culture Effect by Historically Black Since, we speak with Tuskegee University alum, a Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity member, and entrepreneur, Greg Tillery on how he transitioned from working in corporate America, to becoming a New Orleans food truck and restaurant household name. He is also the only black business on Canal Street in New Orleans. Listen to how his HBCU and Fraternity experience has helped push him to be the man he is today
The Culture Effect Podcast presented by Historically Black Since is a show where we discuss the effect that HBCUs and Black Greek Lettered Organization’s have on it’s students, alumni and members. On this episode, we have a discussion with the current and first Mr. Clark Atlanta University, Mr. Junior, and Tuskegee University Alum, Kirk Edmond. We discuss topics such as mental health, leadership and more