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She Table Talk

By Sarah Oseki
Just a girl from Nigeria with no experience what so ever, sharing true stories of women in Africa and across the globe, deep conversations, debunking myths, and changing the narrative. Stories of strong and bold African women because together we are better informed. Hosted by Sarah Oseki

Heart to heart conversation from women across the globe

Season 3, Across Africa - features women from the different countries of Africa to share their story with us.

Season 4 - Diaspora woman and the native woman. We bring you stories of Africa women in the diaspora and those in their hometown. Coming soon!
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S4-EP5 - The loaded language of failure with Cara-Marie

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Financial Literacy for Women in Their 20s
With my guest Maryjane Ezurike we discuss financial literacy for women from their 20s. We also discuss: Pink tax What understanding your personal finance do to you The commandments of personal finance Why women are poorer than men And lots more... About Maryjane Ezurike: Maryjane is a geologist turn investment banker and also the founder of Finance Boss Babe, a community dedicated to empower women through financial literacy. Her goal is to make the world a better place no matter how small the input she may bring in. To connect with Maryjane: On instagram @financeboss_babe She Table Talk Podcast shares personal experience, true stories, deep conversations with women across the globe to shake up the way you  connect with people around you, to inspire you and help guide you with the experience of others. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast so you  don't miss any episode! Connect with us on any platform of choice: @shetabletalkpodacst on Instagram @shetabletalk on Twitter Podcast website: https://www.podpage.com/she-table-talk/ Join the conversation online, use our hashtag #shetabletalk Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com To share your story on the podcast, please fill the form: https://forms.gle/ZqAFo5uXxgcVMbCP8 Support/tip the podcast: https://useshukran.com/cr/shetabletalk  ---
32:44
September 15, 2021
S4-EP5 - The loaded language of failure with Cara-Marie
On this episode with Cara-Marie from Georgia, Atlanta we discuss: Failures and redirections The loaded language of failure What we think about failure How we talk about failure And more about Cara-Marie and her work About Cara-Marie: In college Cara-Marie discovered her passion for people, when she met Kaiya Castillo, a vibrant and soulful teenage girl living with Cystic Fibrosis—and her mother, Kisha. After meeting Kaiya, Cara-Marie became involved with the Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) to bring awareness to the organization and help raise funds for Kaiya’s  double-lung transplant. Cara-Marie’s people-centered development work is a tribute to her family’s humble beginnings and the memory of Kaiya, who dreamed of majoring in journalism in college. Each project is deeply personal and  reflects Cara-Marie’s commitment to compassion, service and excellence. She considers it a gift to be entrusted by clients, and to have a team  of talented individuals on board and equally committed to excellence. Cara-Marie was born in Saint Andrew, Jamaica. After a few years in  New York, her parents settled the family in Florida. She is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Communication for Development at Malmö  University (Sweden). She is a graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, and minor in Business. Cara-Marie works with clients around the world alongside her team at Findlay House Global, but is based in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) where she lives with her husband, son, and daughter. Takeaway for this episode: No experience is wasted. At worst, failures are redirections, and at best they are lessons that we can build on for the next time. To connect with Cara-Marie: On Instagram @repower_intldev LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/cara-marie-fhg/ website: http://www.peoplecentereddevelopment.com/ She Table Talk Podcast shares personal experience, true stories, deep conversations with women across the globe to shake up the way you  connect with people around you, to inspire you and help guide you with the experience of others. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast so you  don't miss any episode! Connect with us on any platform of choice: @shetabletalkpodacst on  Instagram @shetabletalk on Twitter Podcast website: https://www.podpage.com/she-table-talk/ Join the conversation online, use our hashtag #shetabletalk Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com To share your story on the podcast, please fill the form:  https://forms.gle/ZqAFo5uXxgcVMbCP8   Support/tip the podcast: https://useshukran.com/cr/shetabletalk
29:07
May 26, 2021
S4-EP4 - Brand strategy and community building, raising vibrations with Ego Aniebue
On this episode with Ego Aniebue we discuss:  Growing up and insecurity Brand strategy and community building Building a successful business online Introverts and business Raising your vibrations Personal story and experience And more... About Ego: Ego is the Founder & CEO of Every Girl Africa, and works as a Creative Lead [Partner at Produktiviti Konsult], Brand Strategist and Social Media Manager. An expert in brand design & executing social media strategies to achieve market targets and also teaches entrepreneurs how to build their personal brands online. With Every Girl Africa Ego is working to build a safe and supportive community for African girls to celebrate one another and bond over common interests, passion and purpose. Ego also recently published her E-book titled The Complete Guide To Raising Your Vibrations - to the highest frequency possible to live a fuller, more vibrant life and attract what you want. It's free and available to download HERE Takeaway for this episode: Invest in yourself, treat social media like it's your business, create a steady and sustainable source of income for yourself by building a brand online and selling your products or services. To connect with Ego: On Instagram @egoaniebue On twitter @egoaniebue Website: http://www.egoaniebue.com/ She Table Talk Podcast shares personal experience, true stories, deep conversations with women across the globe to shake up the way you  connect with people around you, to inspire you and help guide you with the experience of others. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast so you  don't miss any episode! Connect with us on any platform of choice: @shetabletalkpodacst on Instagram @shetabletalk on Twitter Podcast website: https://www.podpage.com/she-table-talk/ Join the conversation online, use our hashtag #shetabletalk Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com To share your story on the podcast, please fill the form:  https://forms.gle/ZqAFo5uXxgcVMbCP8 Support/tip the podcast: https://useshukran.com/cr/shetabletalk
24:48
May 17, 2021
S4-EP3 - Growing up as pastor's daughter with Jesukorede
On this episode with my guest Jesukorede, she shares with us her experience and the challenges of being a pastor's kid. We discuss: Growing up, identity crisis Challenges faced growing up as a pastor's daughter People's opinions and expectations Growing up too fast Families and the subtle influence they have on each other's decision making process Mental health and therapy Finding God and the healing process About Jesukorede: Jesukorde is a fashion Entrepreneur and freelance content writer, with years of  experience in fashion design and production management, as well as visual and fashion merchandising. Currently, working towards the launch of her fashion brand, House of  Marv — a premium Lingerie brand that produces Lingerie pieces of high aesthetic quality and versatility that personifies the everyday African woman's lifestyle. Takeaway for this episode: You are allowed to feel the fear but don't let it direct you, quitting is not an option. To connect with Jesukorede: On instagram @_jesukorede_ On Linkedin  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jesukorede-esther-ageless She Table Talk Podcast shares personal experience, true stories, deep conversations with women accross the globe to shake up the way you  connect with people around you, to inspire you and help guide you with the experience of others. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast so you  don't miss any episode! Connect with us on any platform of choice: @shetabletalkpodacst on Instagram @shetabletalk on Twitter Podcast website: https://www.podpage.com/she-table-talk/ Join the conversation online, use our hashtag #shetabletalk Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com To share your story on the podcast, please fill the form:  https://forms.gle/ZqAFo5uXxgcVMbCP8 Support/tip the podcast: https://useshukran.com/cr/shetabletalk
52:59
May 04, 2021
S4-EP2 - From Kenya to Budapest, Hungary with Tabitha Nyawira (Diaspora woman series)
On this episode with Tabitha Nyawira she shares with us her journey from Kenya to Budapest, Hungary and life in the diaspora. We discuss: Growing up, education, identity crisis Kenyan living Volunteering and traveling Life and work in the diaspora Dating, different culture shock and all the banter... About Tabitha: Born and raised in Kenya, Tabitha is one who is passionate about volunteering for a good cause especially for women and children, loves to travel, loves fashion and acting and currently living and working as an HR/Talent manager in Budapest, Hungary while improving her Spanish speaking skills and fitness journey. Takeaway for this episode: To take advantage of traveling while you've the opportunity  To connect with Tabitha: On Instagram @n.y.a.w.i.r.a  On LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/tabitha-nyawira-00789368 She Table Talk Podcast shares personal experience, true stories, deep conversations with women across the globe to shake up the way you connect with people around you, to inspire you and help guide you with the experience of others. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast so you don't miss any episode! Connect with us on any platform of choice: @shetabletalkpodacst on  Instagram @shetabletalk on Twitter Podcast website: https://www.podpage.com/she-table-talk/ Join the conversation online, use our hashtag #shetabletalk Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com To share your story on the podcast, please fill the form:  https://forms.gle/ZqAFo5uXxgcVMbCP8 Support/tip the podcast: https://useshukran.com/cr/shetabletalk
51:59
April 26, 2021
S4-EP1 - The girl who left home with Rita Chukwuike (Diaspora woman series)
On this episode with Rita Chukwuike she shares with us her life journey and transitions: Growing up, identity crisis, peer pressure Leaving home for school Alone and pregnant Coming back with a baby Reactions from family Finding herself Work and career Meeting the father of her son Leaving her son home, parents support and much more. About Rita Chukwuike: Rita Chukwuike is a life enthusiast, one who's passionate about authentic living, a self motivated individual constantly exploring life and all she can be in it. Rita has worked as a humanitarian and a social worker with focus on women and children, Rita is from Nigeria but currently living and working in Johanesburg, South Africa. She's currently an audio editor and the host of The Girl Unplugged Podcast. Takeaway for this episode: Living unafraid and true to yourself and life journey To connect with Rita: Instagram @thegirlunplugged and @thegirlwholefthome She Table Talk Podcast shares personal experience, true stories, deep conversations with women accross the globe to shake up the way you  connect with people around you, to inspire you and help guide you with the experience of others. Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast so you  don't miss any episode!  Connect with us on any platform of choice: @shetabletalkpodacst on Instagram  @shetabletalk on Twitter Podcast website: https://www.podpage.com/she-table-talk/ Join the conversation online, use our hashtag #shetabletalk Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com To share your story on the podcast, please fill the form: https://forms.gle/ZqAFo5uXxgcVMbCP8 Support/tip the podcast: https://useshukran.com/cr/shetabletalk  
01:03:02
April 16, 2021
S3.E8 - The Journey of a Swahili Girl to the Government House of Kenya with Nadia Ahmed Abdalla
My conversation with Nadia is so transformative and I know her words and story will inspire you. I discovered Nadia on Instagram and I immediately fell in love with her story after scrolling through her page and doing a little research on her. In today's episode, Nadia shares her journey to the government house of Kenya, growing up in a very conservative family, identity crisis and how speaking up and breaking barriers helped her through her journey. We also had discussions about Kenya Ni Mimi, Kenya women, her view on innovation and also she taught us how to say few words in swahili. One of the most beautiful thing we can learn from her story is giving ourselves the choice to always follow our soul's path no matter what happens.   About Nadia Ahmed Abdalla:  Nadia Ahmed Abdalla is the youngest Chief Administrative Secretary in the Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs in Kenya, she's the first of her kind. She's also the founder of Kenya Ni Mimi, a youth oriented initiative aimed at empowering young people to be change makers.  To connect with Nadia:  Instagram @n_adia_ahmed_ @kenya_ni_mimi  She Table Talk Podcast shares personal experience, true stories, deep conversations with women accross the globe to shake up the way you connect with people around you, to inspire you and help guide you with the experience of others.  Be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcast so you don't miss any episode!    Connect with us on any platform of choice:    @shetabletalkpodacst on Instagram    @shetabletalk on Twitter    Use our hashtag #shetabletalk    Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com
32:52
March 19, 2021
S3.E7 - The future of the newborn in Nigeria society with Amarachi Igwe Kalu (Nigeria)
Amarachi Igwe Kalu is the founder and CEO of Thriving Up Initiative, a Non Governmental Organization that caters for the health and well being of newborns by improving effective postnatal care and strengthening healthcare in undeserved communities in Nigeria. On this episode with Amarachi Igwe Kalu, we discuss the future and survival of the newborns in the Nigeria society, the Thriving Up Initiative, her personal experience, why she chose this path and lots more. Don't forget to share and leave us a review after listening, rate us on apple podcast or subscribe from whatever platform you're listening from. To connect with our guest, you can find her @thethrivequeen_ on IG  Join the conversation online, use the hashtag #shetabletalk Find us on IG @shetabletalkpodcast On twitter @shetabletalk Send us a mail on shetabletalk@gmail.com
45:17
March 06, 2021
Everyday Encouragement
Wake up and wake the joy
02:39
February 26, 2021
Everyday encouragement
Don't be anxious
00:38
February 25, 2021
Everyday Encouragement
Glorify God, encouraged to encourage others.
01:32
February 24, 2021
S3-E6 - Hijab, fashion, model and the beauty and lifestyle of Somali women with Hani Abdi Gass from Somalia
On this episode with Hani from Somalia we talked about modelling with hijab, being a hijabi model, the struggles and banter on the beauty and lifestyle of Somali women. Don't forget to share and leave us a review after listening, rate us on apple podcast or subscribe from any platform you are listening from To connect with our guest, you can find her @hanikurlibah Join the conversation online by using the hashtag #shetabletalk Find us on instagram @shetabletalkpodcast On twitter @shetabletalk Send us a mail on shetabletalk@gmail.com
27:40
February 23, 2021
Let God (Everyday Encouragement Series)
Your thought just won't leave my mind and I started to think of how I can talk to you everyday aside my stories of women episode every Tuesday and this idea dropped in my heart. Everyday Encouragement Series will be my little way of giving back to you for all the support I get from you all here. So, you can come here every morning to get that little encouragement you need to start your day, it's unfiltered and unedited and so original from me to you. Enjoy!
01:26
February 22, 2021
S3-E5 - Twice My Pain - The miscarriage story people don't talk about with Andikan Chimamanda (Nigeria)
Talking about miscarriage in Nigeria is almost like a taboo, the society has made women believe it's their fault, so nobody wants to talk about it. On today's episode Andikan Chimamanda, a banker, writer, mom and a miscarriage survivor shares her four times miscarriage story with us from her book "Twice My Pain". Do well to share this episode with that friend or sister who's currently or has had missed abortion to help encourage her. To connect with our guest or purchase her book, use link - https://instagram.com/andikanchimamanda?igshid=13lkylsr6fg7d Join the conversation online by using the hashtag #shetabletalk find on IG @shetabletalkpodcast - https://instagram.com/shetabletalkpodcast?igshid=elt42i5p2g2d On twitter @shetabletalk Don''t forget to rate us or leave a review after listening and subscribe on your preferred platform send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com
45:18
February 16, 2021
S3,E4 Doreen Moracha (Kenya) Shares her 28years experience of living with HIV
Doreen Moracha was 13 years old when she officially found out that she was born HIV positive. Since that time till now she's had to learn how to live with it and about the challenges it brings to her everyday life. On this episode Doreen Moracha from Kenya shares with us her 28years experience of living with HIV and growing up with a discordant couple, the stigma, acceptance, opening up about her status, diet, relationship and lots more. If you've been struggling with accepting yourself for who you truly are in any area, then this episode is for you or for that friend you know who is struggling to accept themselves or simply share with anyone you know living with HIV Join the conversation online by using the hashtag #shetabletalk Find us on IG @shetabletalkpodcast (https://instagram.com/shetabletalkpodcast?igshid=1vz9nw9aqbwed) On twitter @shetabletalk Don't forget to rate us and leave a review after listening. Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com To connect with my guest, find her on IG https://instagram.com/doreen_moraa_moracha?igshid=1va9f8czhm2d1
32:40
February 09, 2021
S3.E3 The Role of the Parents in Gender Equality With Amaka Ezekwere (Nigeria)
Amaka Ezekwere is a parenting expert, teaching parents through storytelling and building a community of thankful parents. On this episode she shares her role in gender equality as a parent using her home as an example. Go click play and share with every parents/parents to be you know after listening. Join the conversation on SM by using #shetabletalk on IG we are @shetabletalkpodcast (https://instagram.com/shetabletalkpodcast?igshid=1vz9nw9aqbwed) on twitter @shetabletalk To connect with my guest, you can find her on IG @parents_wey_sabi (https://instagram.com/parents_wey_sabi?igshid=w2ziet27b2am) Don't forget to rate us and leave a review after listening. Send us a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com
34:37
February 02, 2021
S3-E2 Salome Nthenya Nzuki (Kenya) - Feminist and advocate for gender equity and equality. (Across Africa)
Salome Nthenya Nzuki is a feminist with a thirst for a just and equitable world. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Gender Development studies and Sociology from Kenyatta University. Salome has been involved in advocacy work on promoting gender equity and equality for over two years now, she advocates for elimination of unfair and discriminatory practices towards women such as sexual and gender based violence and challenges the patriarchal system, she also pens articles on gender issues with a view to spreading the message on the need to embrace gender equity and equality. Salome is also a believer and crusader of feminist leadership, she believes there is need for cooperation between men and women, equal distribution of power and access to resources, which made her run for member of County Assembly seat in Machakos County Kenya In August 2017 but lost narrowly. On this episode we discussed feminism, Kenya women, safety of women while in transit and so much more.  To connect with Salome, please use this link - https://instagram.com/salomenzuki?igshid=4hmaq3xkkwou Join the conversation on SM by using #shetabletalk on IG, we're @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter, @shetabletalk Don't forget to rate us or leave a review if you're listening from Apple podcast or subscribe from wherever platform you're listening from You can send us a message/voice note on Whatsapp after listening -  https://wa.link/h3m5ep Or send us a mail - shetabletalk@gmail.com Know more about us https://shetabletalk.godaddysites.com/ IG- https://instagram.com/shetabletalkpodcast?igshid=xv4kcvilc4vw twitter- https://twitter.com/shetabletalk?s=09
22:26
January 19, 2021
S3-E1: Faith Abandy - Contemporary Visual Artist from Nigeria (Across Africa)
Our guest for the first episode of season 3 is Faith Abandy, a contemporary visual artist from Nigeria who specializes in painting and creating art from waste fabrics. Faith is from Delta state Nigeria but was born and raised in Zaria, Kaduna state to a family of 7 where she's the last. She later moved to Portharcourt to study 'fine art and dedign' in the University of Portharcourt. On today's episode she shares with us how it all started, her different work series, sourcing waste fabrics for her work and the journey so far.   Join the conversation on SM by using #shetabletalk on IG, we're @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter, @shetabletalk   Don't forget to rate us or leave a review if you're listening from Apple podcast or subscribe from wherever platform you're listening from  To know more about our guest and view her beautiful African arts work please use the link   https://instagram.com/faithfulartng?igshid=pzqtx852vg6s  You can send us a voice note after listening or email shetabletalk@gmail.com  Know more about us https://shetabletalk.godaddysites.com/  IG- https://instagram.com/shetabletalkpodcast?igshid=xv4kcvilc4vw twitter- https://twitter.com/shetabletalk?s=09
23:10
January 12, 2021
My Rebirth Story- How I Beat Sickle Cell [with Torubein Donyegha] Season finale of The Sickle Cell
On the season finale of the sickle cell warrior series, our guest Torubein Donyegha shares with us her transplant story, her time with sickle cell, dropping out of uni thrice but today she can look back and say I am free, I beat sickle cell hands down! This is one episode you should listen to with your friends and family and even share with your colleages at work. If you haven't listened to previous episodes of this series, you definitely should go listen right now! ----- Thank you for staying with me from episode one to episode eight of this season, I couldn't have done it without you. The conversation continues online #shetabletalk on IG-- @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter-- @shetabletalk and on ---------------- Please don't forget to share any episode of this series after listening, rate us on apple podcast and leave a review or send a mail shetabletalk@gmail.com ------------ You can find our guest on IG @teebaybie ---------------------------- Remember you can support this podcast by using the link ----------- https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
35:29
September 30, 2020
Leg Ulcer and Sickle Cell [with Ibukunoluwa Ajayi] Episode 7 of The Sickle Cell Warrior Series
Our guest for episode 7 is Ibukunoluwa Ajayi, a model, content creator, writer and a sickle cell warrior. She shares her journey so far with sickle cell, her leg ulcer experience, sickle cell and self esteem, relationship life of sickle cell warriors and myths debunked ------- This is one episode you do not want to miss and don't forget to share and leave a review after listening. You can join the conversation online using #theedowomanpodcast on IG-- @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter-- @shetabletalk ----------- You can find our guest on IG-- @theimabong ----------------------- To support this podcast, please use this link ------------------- https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
32:34
September 30, 2020
My Warrior Story [with Hannah Imo] Episode 6 of The Sickle Cell Series
My guest Hannah Imo is a librarian and a youngster, she shares her story with us from when she found out she has sickle cell and how it has been like for her. This is a short but really inspiring episode, go ahead and listen and don't forget to share, rate us and leave us a review after listening. ---------- Join the conversation online, #shetabletalk on IG- @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter- @shetabletalk ---------- You can find our guest on IG @imohannah ----------------------------- To support this podcast, please use this link ------ https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
10:51
September 29, 2020
The Congenial Warrior [with Sussan Obiechina] Episode 5 of the Sickle Cell Warrior Series
My guest for episode 5 of the sickle cell warrior series is Sussan Obiechina, Miss Nigeria Congeniality, fashion model, model trainer and communicator. ----- She shares her story with us and her journey so far with SCD and how she's thriving and serving as a source of hope for other warriors and everyone looking up to her. -------- You can join the conversation online by using #shetabletalk on IG- @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter- @shetabletalk --- Please do well to share after listening and please leave us a review/rate us on apple podcast. -------- You can connect with our guest @sussancoast on IG. ------------------To support this podcast please use this link ---------- https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
37:32
September 24, 2020
Audrey the Warrior [with Audrey Mukoro] Episode 4 of the Sickle Cell Warrior Series
My guest, Audrey Mukoro is the founder and executive director of AUDREY SICKLE CELL FOUNDATION, 35 years old, a single mum, a writer and a warrior. She shares with us her foundation story, living with sickle cell and being a single mum, her enuresis story and many more. ------- Go ahead and click play and don't forget to share and send us your feedback after listening ------------ Join the conversation online using #shetabletalk on IG - @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter @shetabletalk --- To connect and know more about our guest, find her on IG @audreysicklecellfoundation ------------- To support this podcast, please use this link ---------- https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
44:59
September 18, 2020
The Sickled Warrior [with Joan Jonah] Episode 3 of The Sickle Cell Series
Our guest today is Joan Jonah, 23years old content creator, host of THE SICKLED WARRIOR TALK SHOW and sickle cell warrior. She shares with us her journey so far, from when she was diagnosed at age 10, her time in school, weather adaptation in different states and countries, her anae heart failure experience and everything we need to know about her and her health. ------- Join the conversation online using the #shetabletalk on IG- @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter @shetabletalk ------- You can connect with our guest @joannjonah on IG --------- To support this podcast please use this link ------- https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
39:05
September 12, 2020
Thriving with sickle cell [with Abimbola Odiase] Episode 2 of The Sickle Cell Series
My guest today is Mrs Abimbola Ogunmekan Odiase, a biomedical engineer, sickle cell warrior and advocate. Sickle cell disease genetic counselor and founder of THE WARRIOR STORY INITIATIVE NIGERIA, a plartform for counseling, educating and advocating for sickle cell health and first aid care. She's also the owner of TOYO MEDITECHS, providing sales, maintenance and installation of medical devices and equipment. Tap play to listen to her story and how she's thriving with sickle cell. Don't forget to subsribe, rate/leave us a review, share with your friends and family. ------ Join the conversation online using the #shetabletalk on IG- @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter- @shetabletalk ------ You can check on our guest if you want to @abimbola.bebe @toyo_meditechs @warriorstory.ng ------- To support this podcast please use this link -------- https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
22:24
September 05, 2020
Sickle Cell Disease and My Warrior Story [with Dr. Becky Solomon] Ep 1 of The Sickle Cell Series
On season two of the podcast, we bring you stories of women who are sickle cell warriors in support of the sickle cell awareness month this September. Our first guest is Becky Solomon, a doctor and a sickle cell warrior and she will be educating us on everything we need to know about sickle cell, her story, debunk myths about sickle cell and many more. ------ So go ahead and tap play to listen. ------- Don't forget to subscribe, rate us, share and drop your review after listening. Join the conversation online, #shetabletalk on IG- @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter- @shetabletalk ------ To support this podcast, please use this link 👉 👇 https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
22:43
August 31, 2020
Albimazing [with Coco Anetor-Sokie] Continuation of the albinism series
On today's episode we continue our discussion on persons with albinism with Coco Anetor-Sokie, a freelance content creator, strategist and model and a confident albinotic woman. You can find her on IG- @heycocopops or @albimazing (the albimazing network page) is a safe space for people with albinism to share their story. Don't forget to share this episode with your friends and family after listening, follow and leave us a review or send us a voice note on anchor. Join the conversation online @shetabletalkpodcast on IG, on twitter- @shetabletalk Like or use the #shetabletalk to join the conversation. You can support this podcast by using this link 👉 👇 ------ https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
34:37
July 25, 2020
Black girl with no melanin - Albinism [with Jessica Hyacinth]
On today's episode, me and my guest Jessica Hyacinth, a person with albinism discuss the myths our society has made us believe about persons with albinism and all that you need to know about persons with albinism (PWA) listen to the end, as there's a lot to learn and share with your friends and family. If you know someone who's a PWA do well to share with them too. Please don't forget to subscribe on platform you're listening from, leave a review or send us a voice note. Engage with us on SM, on IG @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter @shetabletalk like on us Facebook ----- You can find my guest on IG - @jesshyacinth to know more about albinism. Part 2 of this episode will be published on Sunday, so don't go too far 🤗 Thank you for listening. If you want to support this podcast, you can do so by clicking this link ------ https://useshukran.com/cr/theedowomanpodcast
41:57
July 19, 2020
Women and the society [with Barr. Atinukemiwa Fadayomi]
What we see on our TV screens and social media is just one percent of the things women and girls go through in our society. On today's episode me and guest talks about some of this things and how it was handled. Our men were not left out too because we know they suffer this things too. Plug in and join the conversation, don't forget to share with friends and family, subscribe and leave us a review. Engage with us at IG - @shetabletalkpodcast twitter - @shetabletalk
54:30
July 11, 2020
NYSC helped me overcome shyness and social anxiety [with Nnnena Nwowu]
Today our guest Nnenna shares with us how Nigeria Youth Service Corps (NYSC) helped her overcome shyness and social anxiety. Listen and share with friends and family and those around you trying to overcome this as well. NYSC is a scheme set up by the Nigerian government to involve Nigerian graduates in nation building and the development of the country. Please leave a review after listening, you can send us a voice note also. Engage with us on our social media platforms, on IG- @shetabletalkpodcast twitter- @shetabletalk
28:14
July 04, 2020
From Banker to Brand Owner [with Uduak Ekpo]
From being tribally harassed to sexually harassed, late nights, looking for where to lay her head, help from friends and friends of friends. Our guest, Uduak Ekpo (@ms_yudee) shares with us how she went from from working in the bank for four years to becoming a brand owner. This is a story you do not want to miss, so much to learn from her if you are considering starting something of your own. Please share with friends and family after listening, you can send a voice note on this episode, like, comment, leave a review and subscribe/follow on any platform you are listening from. Connect with us on social media. On Instagram @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter @shetabletalk Thank you, we wait to hear from you 😍🤗
44:36
June 13, 2020
I tried to take my life twice because a lot was expected from me as the first child/girl
From flopping severally, doing combating weight of being the first child and female out of six kids in a clan where so much worth is put on the male child, to been loathed, loosing her job not long before her wedding anniversary and who she is today. Our anonymous guest today, shares her story with us from growing up to being the woman she is currently. Plug in your ear phones and enjoy! Please like, share, comment, subscribe and gives us a review on any plaform you are listening from. Connect with us on IG @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter @shetabletalk
38:27
June 06, 2020
Over religious parents, loosing my first love and starting my career late. [with Grace Omonyemen]
Today our guest shares with us her story with religious parents, first love and her career. Thank you for listening, please share, send us a voice note. Like, comment and subscribe on any platform you're listening from, we can't wait to hear from you.
22:21
May 30, 2020
Ep1 - Failure stories - Why i dropped out of nursing in college [with Dupe Olasumbo]
Failure stories is a new series where we bring in guest who is willing to share their failure story with us and how they overcame to be who they are today. This series is to inspire our listeners, letting them know we've all failed but we didn't let our failures keep us down, we did it again and became better. It takes courage to make a fool out of yourself. Our guest today shared with us how she dropped out of nursing in college because she failed most of her courses. And what she's doing at the moment. Listen and share with friends and family, if you have a story to share with us please contact us via our SM handles.
33:14
May 24, 2020
Cont'd - Things i wish i was taught growing up. Pt 2
Thank you for listening to the previous episode, i have a guest with me today as promised and she will be sharing her story with us on how she was raised and the things she wish was taught. (Listen to previous episode if you haven't) We hope you enjoy it and share with your friends and family, you can send us a voice note here or send your contributions to @shetabletalkpodcast on IG or @shetabletalk on twitter. Enjoy! 🎧
24:05
May 17, 2020
Things i wish i was taught growing up. Pt 1
We were taught a lot of things growing up but there are also some things we wish we were taught growing up and it probably would have made adulthood a little bit easy for us, who knows. On this episode i talked about four of those things and two contributions from our listeners. Thank you for listening, please send us your feedbacks and contributions on this episode and don't forget to share with friends and family. Connect with us on instagram @shetabletalkpodcast on twitter @shetabletalk
12:52
May 09, 2020
If my husband is my child who's my mother? [with Tobi Asah]
This episode was culled from a viral post on social media about your husband been your first practical child, so here's me and Tobi discussing our view on this. Listen and share with friends and family and send us your contributions via voice message or on IG @shetabletalkpodcast - Tobi @theconfidentnaturalista please note that you may encounter a few break in transmission while listening, this is due to network issues and it won't stop you from enjoying this episode 🎙 plug in your ear phones and enjoy!
35:36
May 02, 2020
Discussing depression [with Dr Linda Osuntade] A depression survivor
In times of so many uncertainties and been faced with a global pandemic, it's easy to slip into depression without knowing. Dr Linda, a depression survivor tells us all we need to know about her experience. Each segment is titled, please scroll to read full title while listening. We will like to hear from you too, send in your questions or contributions and please share this episode with your friends and family and those on your contact list, you never can tell who needs it now. Check us on IG @shetabletalkpodcast
26:22
April 25, 2020
High pay or low pay, which would you choose?
If you were given a choice to choose between a job which gives you high self satisfaction with low pay and a job with high pay and no satisfaction, which would you choose or which would you go for? You can send your reply and contribution by sending us a voice message here 👆 or drop it on any of our social media platform @shetabletalkpodcast on instagram and at twitter @shetabletalk thank you for listening and don't forget to share with friends and family.
18:25
April 18, 2020
In my country Nigeria, everything is possible... Nah God oh!
Nah God oh, is a common slang used in Nigeria my country. Which means, God is responsible or God's doing. So this is me trying to use it in a funny way, just as it's been used every day. Listen and enjoy!
05:13
April 13, 2020