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The solution for increasing economic opportunities and wealth in the Black community, starting with our nation's HBCU community.
EP 16 w/ Dee-1
Episode 16 of the HBCU Wall Street Podcast features New Orleans rapper, Dee-1 (@dee1music). He released "SallieMae Back" in 2016, a hyper-energetic track celebrating the completion of his student loan payoffs. In addition to his own budgeting, he used a part of his label signing advance to pay off the loans. The Washington Post called it the “anthem of a generation”. He has been featured in national media outlets such as @TIME, @CNN, @Billboard Magazine, and the @WashingtonPost. He has also received attention from Louisiana newspapers and music magazines. Additionally, Dee-1 has performed alongside nationally touring acts such as @killermike and other big names. Also, listen in on some much needed finance tips from @thefinancialoprah
26:54
July 6, 2018
EP 15 with Lisa Puerto, of the Ready, Set, REAL ESTATE!℠ Show
On Episode 15 of the HBCU Wall Street Podcast show, Co-Founder Torrence Reed (@torrencer) talks with Lisa Puerto, of the Ready, Set, REAL ESTATE!℠ Show about HBCU Wall Street's enterprise on social real estate investing. This episode is being brought to you by Noirbnb. Visit their website at www.noribnb.com
24:55
June 30, 2018
EP 14 w/ Everette Taylor, Founder of PopSocial + CMO of Skurt
On Episode 14 of the HBCU Wall Street Podcast show, Co-Founders Jamerus Payton (@Jameruspayton) and Torrence Reed (@torrencer) talk with Everette Taylor, Founder of PopSocial, CMO of Skurt and many other companies and projects about his humble beginnings, remaining grounded in the tech industry and how he knew he was destined for something bigger. This episode is being brought to you by North Carolina Mutual. Visit their website at www.ncmutual.com
1:12:31
June 30, 2018
EP 13 at Spellman College with Lenora Jackson, Director of Financial Aid
On Episode 13 of the HBCU Wall Street Podcast show, hosted by Bianca and Torrence, will be interviewing Lenora Jackson, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management and Director of Financial Aid (@spelman_college). She'll talk about the importance of financial literacy and its importance in regards to student financial aid. This episode is being brought to you by Legacy Empowerment Group. Whether you’re starting out in life or preparing to make the most of retirement, Legacy Empower has insurance and investment options designed to help you meet your goals—for today and for all days to come. It starts with creating a financial strategy that helps you get where you want to go. Visit their website at http://www.legacyempower.com
42:39
June 30, 2018
EP 12 Part 2 - The Importance of Innovation/Technology, Entrepreneurship and Investing
In this two part show, our hosts Michael English and Jamerus Payton, have conversations with guests about HBCUs, entrepreneurship, innovation/technology and investing as catalysts to directly improve and impact the local Black community and economy. In the episode, you will specifically hear from guests Samson Williams, a Cryptocurrency expert, the Cofounders of SpokeHub (HBCU grads) and the Director and two Fellows from North Carolina Central University's (NCCU) Intellectual Property Law Institute (IPLI).
51:08
June 30, 2018
EP 12 Part 1 - The Importance of Innovation/Technology, Entrepreneurship and Investing
In this two part show, our hosts Michael English and Jamerus Payton, have conversations with guests about HBCUs, entrepreneurship, innovation/technology and investing as catalysts to directly improve and impact the local Black community and economy. In the episode, you will specifically hear from guests Samson Williams, a Cryptocurrency expert, the Cofounders of SpokeHub (HBCU grads) and the Director and two Fellows from North Carolina Central University's (NCCU) Intellectual Property Law Institute (IPLI).
1:09:52
June 30, 2018
EP 11 with Ryan Major, Founder of Triangle Business Systems
Join @jameruspatyon and @djmiccheck1906 as they interview Ryan Major, Founder and Owner of Triangle Business Systems for a discussion around entrepreneurship, investing and budgeting.
1:23:30
June 30, 2018
EP 8 w/ Elizbeth City State University Chancellor, Dr. Thomas Conway Jr.
On Episode 8 of the HBCU Wall Street Podcast show, hosted by Leroy and Tyleah, will be interviewing Dr. Thomas Conway Jr., Chancellor of Elizabeth City State University (@ecsuvikings). He'll talk about his career journey, his vision for the university and his views on financial literacy and entrepreneurship within the #HBCU and Black community. This episode is being brought to you by MATI Energy, the world's best energy drink. It’s more stimulating than a Red Bull. It tastes great, because it’s made with fresh fruit juice. Added bonus: it’s super healthy, with all natural ingredients that include just water, plants, and juices. And it’s just 45 calories per can. Like them on Facebook. Follow them on IG and Twitter at @DrinkMati.
35:10
June 30, 2018
EP 4 w/ Sean Armstrong of Tuloko
Leroy talks to Sean Armstrong the co-creator of Tuloko, an app that is an award-winning app featuring black-owned businesses, events, & community news. Sean talks about his journey in life and moments that he cherished the most. He talks about his time at Howard University and what it means to be around people that will help you grow. His success with Tuloko is definently not by mistake and you can hear why in this interview on the HBCU Wall Street Podcast. Thank you for listening and sharing. Instrumental Music Provided by : Cashflow Beats
41:04
June 30, 2018
EP 3 Ft Marye Dean Esq TheWallStreetLawyer.com
Leroy sits down with Marye Dean Esq to talk about her transition from Houston, TX to Wall Street. They also talk about her article that hits Forbes magazine in April. They close out the show with TheWallStreetLawyer.com and how Marye got to were she is today with all her successes and what it takes to be big in the game.
50:08
June 30, 2018
EP 1 w/ Travis Jackson of HBCU Pride Nation
HBCU Wall Street is swiftly becoming a premier resource and voice for HBCU entrepreneurs, business owners and activist. With our new podcast series, you will learn from a variety of great minds in business and the community with informative interviews, hosted by @mrtotty03 Leroy Amankrah. Our first HBCU WS podcast episode will be an interview with @iamtravispjackson CEO of @hbcupridenation. He'll talk about his success with growing HBCU Pride Nation, his passion for HBCUs and a lot of other things.
1:23:30
June 30, 2018
EP 6 w/ WeBuyBlack
Leroy sits down with founder and CEO of the largest black owned online retailer for black people, WeBuyBlack's Shareef Abdul-Malik. They talk about about the importance of circulating money in the black community. They also talk about the history of WeBuyBlack, what they are up to today, and the giant it will become to help black owned businesses to the next level. He lastly gives some advice to young couples that are wondering weather to take that next step in life.
40:21
June 30, 2018
EP 9 w/ Tonya Rapley of MyFabFinance
Join host Leroy and Tyleah as they talk with guest and Founder of My Fab Finance Tonya Rapley. They talk about how she got started in her work coming from a legal background. They also talk about finance tips like weddings on a budget and millennials and credit cards. This episode was brought to you by North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance. Check them out at ncmutuallife.com/
1:02:29
June 30, 2018
EP 12 Part 2 - The Importance of Innovation/Technology, Entrepreneurship and Investing
In this two part show, our hosts Michael English and Jamerus Payton, have conversations with guests about HBCUs, entrepreneurship, innovation/technology and investing as catalysts to directly improve and impact the local Black community and economy. In the episode, you will specifically hear from guests Samson Williams, a Cryptocurrency expert, the Cofounders of SpokeHub (HBCU grads) and the Director and two Fellows from North Carolina Central University's (NCCU) Intellectual Property Law Institute (IPLI).
51:08
November 3, 2017
EP 12 Part 1 - The Importance of Innovation/Technology, Entrepreneurship and Investing
In this two part show, our hosts Michael English and Jamerus Payton, have conversations with guests about HBCUs, entrepreneurship, innovation/technology and investing as catalysts to directly improve and impact the local Black community and economy. In the episode, you will specifically hear from guests Samson Williams, a Cryptocurrency expert, the Cofounders of SpokeHub (HBCU grads) and the Director and two Fellows from North Carolina Central University's (NCCU) Intellectual Property Law Institute (IPLI).
1:09:53
November 3, 2017
EP 11 with Ryan Major, Founder of Triangle Business Systems
Join @jameruspatyon and @djmiccheck1906 as they interview Ryan Major, Founder and Owner of Triangle Business Systems for a discussion around entrepreneurship, investing and budgeting.
1:23:30
September 28, 2017
EP 10 with Thomas Dortch, Jr., Founder of National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame
Today's podcast guest, Thomas Dortch, Jr., Chairman Emeritus of 100 Black Men of America, Inc., President and Chief Executive Officer of TWD, Inc. and Founder of The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame @nbcahalloffame We discussed entrepreneurship, HBCU's, service and strategy for our Black millennials.
1:06:50
March 3, 2017
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #26 - The Abused Refund Checks
Leroy and Bianca sit down for a weekly wrap up talking about how they budgeted their lives in college and how they should have budgeted their lives and Leroy talks about the addictive refund checks that college students waited on and how it was abused and used. They also sit back and get to know Bianca a Little bit more and her background.
47:51
January 17, 2017
HBCU Wall Street Co-Founders - Rhythm & Praise Interview
The Co-Founders of HBCU Wall Street, Jamerus Payton and Torrence Reed, discuss their motivation behind starting the company, supporting Black-owned businesses, creating jobs with entrepreneurship and the need for black banking in our community.
28:42
December 26, 2016
EP 9 with Tonya Rapley of MyFabFinance
Join host Leroy and Tyleah as they talk with guest and Founder of My Fab Finance Tonya Rapley. They talk about how she got started in her work coming from a legal background. They also talk about finance tips like weddings on a budget and millennials and credit cards. This episode was brought to you by North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance. Check them out at http://ncmutuallife.com/
1:02:29
November 15, 2016
EP 8 at Elizbeth City State University Chancellor, Dr. Thomas Conway Jr.
On Episode 8 of the HBCU Wall Street Podcast show, hosted by Leroy and Tyleah, will be interviewing Dr. Thomas Conway Jr., Chancellor of Elizabeth City State University (@ecsuvikings). He'll talk about his career journey, his vision for the university and his views on financial literacy and entrepreneurship within the #HBCU and Black community. This episode is being brought to you by MATI Energy, the world's best energy drink. It’s more stimulating than a Red Bull. It tastes great, because it’s made with fresh fruit juice. Added bonus: it’s super healthy, with all natural ingredients that include just water, plants, and juices. And it’s just 45 calories per can. Like them on Facebook. Follow them on IG and Twitter at @DrinkMati.
35:10
October 18, 2016
EP 7 at City National Bank
Leroy sits down with Talia Young of City National Bank in Newark New Jersey for a special edition of the HBCU Wall Street Podcast. They talk black banking and the history that has been pushed aside through the years but is becoming more prevalent in 2016. They also talk about the current state of black banking and what black banks are doing for the communities hat surround them. Join HBCU Wall Street as we continue to bring awareness to black banking and financial literacy in the black communities.
1:10:48
September 13, 2016
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #19 - Treat Your Household Like A Business
Leroy and Tyleah sit down mono e mono to talk about treating your household finances like your running a fortune 500 company. Leroy speaks on his experience of owning a home and the crew wraps the show up with knowing when and how to pull out of a loss in life. Leroy talks about a failed venture that he had which brought him to were he is today. Thank you for listening to the show. It is because of you that we continue to grow. #CreateCreateCreate
1:00:07
August 6, 2016
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #14 - Nasir Qadree
Leroy and Tyleah sit down with Nasir Qadree, the youngest board member at Center City Public Charter Schools and head of education at Village Capitol. They talk about Nasir's background and discipline growing up. They also get into a very intellectual conversation about entrepreneurship and the future of working. Thank you for listening. Music by: https://soundcloud.com/joshua-gunn and https://soundcloud.com/iam_ceneda
52:55
July 2, 2016
EP 6 Ft WeBuyBlack
Leroy sits down with founder and CEO of the largest black owned online retailer for black people, WeBuyBlack's Shareef Abdul-Malik. They talk about about the importance of circulating money in the black community. They also talk about the history of WeBuyBlack, what they are up to today, and the giant it will become to help black owned businesses to the next level. He lastly gives some advice to young couples that are wondering weather to take that next step in life.
40:27
June 28, 2016
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #13 - Tuskegee University
Leroy and Tyleah sit down with Austin Turk the Vice President of the Student Government Association at Tuskegee University. They talk about undergraduate life at Tuskegee University and how the school is preparing them for success after graduation. They also talk about the insta topic of the week which brings up the topic of reparations and small government. They close with topic of paternal leave at the job and if they would take it when put in the situation. Music by: https://soundcloud.com/joshua-gunn
43:10
June 12, 2016
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #12 - Purpose Of Banks
Leroy and Tyleah chat about their week and the focus and inspiration that this week has given them. They get on the financial literacy topic of banks and the "what if a bank could do for you" topic. They finish the show talking about the North Carolina SB873 that was dropped in order to save HBCU's in North Carolina. Tell us what you think about banks and what they can do for you. Thank you for listening Music by: https://soundcloud.com/joshua-gunn
46:30
June 4, 2016
EP 5 ft J Gunn of Red Eye Lifestyle
Leroy sits down one one one with recording artist and entrepreneur Joshua Gunn. They talk about the discipline he had when he was little. They also talk about his time at North Carolina A&T. Joshua Gunn aka J Gunn talks about going in and out of rapping and how it molded who he was as a artist today. He ends the show talking about working with Dame Dash and meeting Kanye West. Music by: https://soundcloud.com/joshua-gunn
1:05:41
May 24, 2016
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #10 - Marcus Noel
This weeks weekly wrap Leroy and Tyleah sit down with Forbes 30 under 30 Marcus Noel. They begin the show by talking about Senate Bill 873 lowering tuition at HBCU's. They also talk with Marcus who owns his own company Heart of Man. He talk about his upbringing and some motivational advice for life. Music by:
39:40
May 21, 2016
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #8 - Brokerage Acct Vs Bank Acct
Leroy does a solo weekly wrap show talking about black clothing lines and why we don't see success in our communities with black clothing lines. He also talks about the difference between brokerage accounts and bank accounts and why it's important to have both. He closes talking about ASPPF and what that symbol means to Jay-Z company Tidal.
23:11
May 7, 2016
EP 4 ft Tuloko
Leroy talks to Sean Armstrong the co-creator of Tuloko, an app that is an award-winning app featuring black-owned businesses, events, & community news. Sean talks about his journey in life and moments that he cherished the most. He talks about his time at Howard University and what it means to be around people that will help you grow. His success with Tuloko is definently not by mistake and you can hear why in this interview on the HBCU Wall Street Podcast. Thank you for listening and sharing. Instrumental Music Provided by : Cashflow Beats
41:04
April 26, 2016
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #6 @ Shaw University
On this special edition of the HBCU Wall Street Podcast we are on location at Shaw University. Leroy sit down and chat with Drawdè Graham, Kelvin Wagner, Troy Thomas, and Chris Mcmullens. A group of talented and knowledgeable students about the history of Shaw University, the importance of branding yourself, and also find out why 1 + 1 = 3. Thank you for listening. Music credit goes to: Ce'Neda Warney check her out on soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/iam_ceneda Instagram: @iamceneda
1:09:40
April 22, 2016
EP 3 Ft Marye Dean Esq TheWallStreetLawyer.com
Leroy sits down with Marye Dean Esq to talk about her transition from Houston, TX to Wall Street. They also talk about her article that hits Forbes magazine in April. They close out the show with TheWallStreetLawyer.com and how Marye got to were she is today with all her successes and what it takddes to be big in the game.
50:09
March 28, 2016
HBCU WS Weekly Wrap #3
Leroy wraps up the week talking about the terror that was brought in Brussels and how we should stick together. He also talks about how he picks himself up after an off day. He ends the show with news about college endowments and how Nike slipped up and lost Steph Curry to Under Armour.
13:11
March 26, 2016
EP 2 Ft Jalaal Hayes
Leroy sits down with 23 year old PhD recipient in STEM research Jalaal Hayes and talks about his educational journey and the challenges he faced getting to where he is. Jalaal also talks about the differences in Hydrogen and Electric energy and how it is going to effect the automobile industry.
57:00
March 15, 2016
EP 1 Ft Travis Jackson
HBCU Wall Street is swiftly becoming a premier resource and voice for HBCU entrepreneurs, business owners and activist. With our new podcast series, you will learn from a variety of great minds in business and the community with informative interviews, hosted by @mrtotty03 Leroy Amankrah. Our first HBCU WS podcast episode will be an interview with @iamtravispjackson CEO of @hbcupridenation. He'll talk about his success with growing HBCU Pride Nation, his passion for HBCUs and a lot of other things.
33:21
February 29, 2016
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