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Woman to Woman

Woman to Woman

By Woman to Woman
A podcast dedicated to having discussions between an array of women within popular culture and different industries discussing their personal account of their journey to womanhood, their success and losses as well everything that pertains to growth that is not always spoken about in the most candid way.
We want to create conversations centred around the more uncomfortably beautiful parts of growing and becoming a woman from women who can narrate their own truth.
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Meet Alexandra Hearth - Podcast Host, Founder of Cleopatra's Word and Nike babe
Welcome to episode 2 with your host Lori where I sit down with the top babe and jack of all trades Alexandra Hearth who is Digital Brand at Nike, DJ @LexOnTheDecks, Founder of Cleopatra's World a digital magazine for today, focused on getting the most empowering and value-adding advice into the hands and hearts of ambitious women. Coming from a place of openness and inclusivity, we celebrate inquisitive minds and kind leadership. Named after the iconic Queen of Egypt, Cleopatras celebrates the power of the individual and femininity in all its forms. As well as Host of the 'Hot Girls' Podcast.  In this episode we speak about her journey as to finding herself, hosting her podcast, juggling various ventures and staying true to you. Make sure you follow Lex and Cleopatra's World to stay in the loop with all things they have coming up. We hope you enjoyed this episode! Keep following Woman to Woman and we hope to see you in two weeks when the next episode of The Woman to Woman Podcast - Season 3 - is released!
44:05
June 4, 2021
Meet Khalia Ismain: Founder of Jamii
To kick off Season 3, your host Lori sits down with Khalia Ismain. Khalia is a community builder, public speaker and founder of Jamii - a marketplace and discount card that supports black businesses. In this episode, Lori and Khalia speak about her journey as a business woman, founding Jamii, womanhood, being a black woman, owning a business centred around other black businesses, and the challenges that have come with that. Make sure you follow Khalia and Jamii to stay in the loop with all things they have coming up. We hope you enjoyed the first episode of season 3! Keep following Woman to Woman and we hope to see you in two weeks when the next episode of The Woman to Woman Podcast - Season 3 - is released!
40:14
May 20, 2021
International Women's Day Special ft Yasmin Spencer and Francesca Edmonson
We heard you missed us so we wanted to jump on for this interim episode to talk all thing INTERNATIONAL WOMAN'S DAY with such an important theme as #ChoosetoChallenge and the current climate of the word we felt important to add our voice to the current conversation around the topic.  This new episode features a conversation amongst the Woman to Woman team: Founder @oilozz , Editor in Chief @franchieelizabeth and Social Media Manager @yas.spencer discuss the Importance of International Woman’s Day and what it means to them. There is still so much progress that needs to be made. Women are STILL facing challenges that set us apart from our male counterparts - whether that be in jobs, in our homes or sadly on the streets. We still have a long way to go to ensure ALL women are safe, hence the importance of this month to SHOUT and amplify our voices for cause that need us!  Listen to this IMPORTANT conversation about International Women’s Day and the challenges women are still facing and however you can make sure to do your part to amplify all women's voice in your respective field.  We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you in the next season (not too long to go)!
30:13
March 12, 2021
Meet Ebinehita Iyere: Therapeutic Youth Practitioner and Founder
For this last podcast episode we are introducing Ebinehita Iyere: Therapeutic Youth Practitioner and Founder of Milk and Honey.  Ebinehita is in charge of co-producing projects and activities with young people and professionals. She works with young people who are in or have experience of Health and Justice services. She also founded Milk and Honey which is an expressive safe space that allows young women and girls flourish and take ownership of H.E.R (Healing, Empowerment and Resilience) through 1:1 sessions and creative group projects. It is a project that supports young women on their journey of healing whilst equipping them with social, employment and life skills that enable them to mobilise in their communities. We spoke about in length about the importance of exploring our girlhood, how that in turns shapes our womanhood and the experience of being a black girl in the current era. As well as the important work she is doing with Milk and Honey and how her personal journey has allowed for her to pour so much into the community of girls she looks after.  Make sure to follow: Ebinehita Iyere to stay in the loop with all the amazing things she is doing with Milk and Honey. We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you in the next season!
01:26:43
September 9, 2020
Meet Rebecca Tembo: Fashion Designer and Founder
This podcast episode introduces Rebecca Tembo - Fashion Designer and Founder of The Entry Platform Rebecca Tembo is a fashion designer with a luxury jumpsuit line as well as well as founding her new platform where she aids aspiring designers build their own brands and how to effectively get into the fashion industry. We spoke about vision building, recreating yourself after starting over with your vision, the fashion industry and facilitating the growth of others and why that is important also of course everything growth and womanhood. Make sure to follow: Rebecca Tembo to stay in the loop with all the things she has coming up as well as all the dope things that The Entry Platform have in store. We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
01:35:32
August 19, 2020
Meet Candace Oxley: Founder of In Other News
This podcast episode introduces Candace Oxley - Writer, Journalist, Brand Partnership Officer and Founder of In Other News   In Other News is an online collection of stories that spotlight the positive contributions Black Britons make to society and culture using PR, events and creative content. We report the stories behind the UK's most exciting and innovative Black British businesses, initiatives and thought-leaders from a variety of industries and professions who represent excellence in the Black British community. We spoke about vision building, the importance of sisterhood and the tribe you surround yourself with as well as  the importance in building and infiltrating spaces and of course everything growth and womanhood.  Make sure to follow: Candace Oxley to stay in the loop with all the things she has coming up as well as all the dope things that In Other News have in store.  We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
01:35:32
July 24, 2020
Meet Ingrid Asoni: CEO of Asoni Haus & Founder of Consciously Connected Travels
This podcast episode introduces Ingrid Asoni -EO of Asoni Haus & Founder of Consciously Connected Travels.  Driven by a need to create a synergy between Travel & Philanthropy, Ingrid has spent the last few years developing a formula that allows your travel footprint to affect change, support growth & create hope. Consciously Connected focuses on Travel & Wellness with purpose.  They aim to create a community of conscious travellers, promoting positivity & rediscovery of self, curious to expand on your perception of the world beyond your doorstep. They value the importance in authentic, connected travel, thus they share global traditions to help break down social barriers. Traveling with them is about discovering the world through a new lens & rediscovering yourself in the process.  We spoke about wellness, different well-being practices, living in the present and of course everything womanhood and her journey with creating a brand being self-assured and the power of impertinence.  Make sure to follow: Consciously Connected and stay in the loop with all the things they have coming up, as they are always curating zoom events.  We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
01:35:32
June 26, 2020
Sit with Me: Let's talk Race with Chrissie Milan
Welcome back to woman to woman the podcast. The podcast dedicated to uncovering the stories of prolific women in our culture , exploring their journey to womanhood, their experience venturing their chosen career fields and everything centred around their growth process. This week I sat with one of my friends Chrissie Milan who has previously been on (you should check it out).  We have had a heavy couple of weeks/months with all the tragedies that corona virus has brought. More recently however  the passing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, resurfacing of the Ahmaud case as well as lives that were taken during the protest. More than ever there's bee a need to have a conversation about race, the real authentic black experience and racial injustice that a lot of us have faced but have been uncomfortable to speak about candidly especially in regards to systematic injustice that a lot of us have faced.  Hopefully this conversation will allow for a lot of you to understand our perspective on the current issues, we do not have all of the answers and this is our opinions. It is important to keep the conversation going and to not let the ammunition wear out. Speak, Protest, Donate, Research, do anything just do not stop to move the conversation forward. Remember - Love God, Love people.  BLACK LIVES MATTER. ALWAYS AND FOREVER.  See you at the next one !
46:59
June 8, 2020
Sit with Me: We are back!
Hey, I have been gone for a while but back now. It was important to refocus on where the brand was going and what I wanted this platform to look like.  I am so passionate with the stories that women can share and how so many of us go through journeys that we can all relate to but find hard to share. Here is a bit of my thoughts with some gems dropped here and there.  So don't forget to grab some tea whilst they are spilt.  Its a snappy and straight to the point one so I hope you enjoy it!
07:36
March 4, 2020
Meet Coach Laura Liles: Spiritual Teacher, Life Coach and Founder of House of Her
This podcast episode introduces the Founder of House Of Her, Psychologist-in-training and award-winning entrepreneur, Laura Liles who is passionate about helping women connect with their higher purpose and reach their full potential. Having received mentoring from some of the world’s top self-made millionaires, who helped her develop her positive mindset and clarify her vision, Laura now taps into the valuable lessons she’s learnt from overcoming some of her most challenging life experiences to inspiring women to rise above limiting beliefs and social conditioning to reclaim their authentic power so they can step into their purpose and thrive in their relationships, careers and communities. We spoke about vision setting, looking back but not getting lost there, living in the present and of course everything womanhood. Make sure to follow: Laura Liles  and stay in the loop with all the things she has coming up as well as the gems she spills. We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
47:28
January 19, 2020
Meet Jay Tav: Solicitor and Co-Founder of Hustle and Heels UK
This episode introduces Jay Tav  for the last episode of the decade!  Jay is a a corporate solicitor, an over thinker, someone who doesn’t view business as being driven by passion, but views business as the thing that brings out our passion. Very much a connector, Jay focuses on business relationships, the strategic development and partnerships which can come about through networking and working together to create sustainable wealth. Jay understands that legal changes, rules and regulations can sometimes be confusing for business owners or entrepreneurs whose main concern is building the consumer led aspects of the business. With her business and career backround, Jay works with brands and SME’s to ensure they are doing everyting to ensure their businesses are compliant in all areas it should be. Make sure to follow: Jay Tav as well as Hustle and Heels as they continue to create resources to hel entrepreneurs to start, improve and grow successful businesses.  We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
54:44
December 29, 2019
Sit with Me: The seed and The soil
Welcome back to woman to woman the podcast. The podcast dedicated to uncovering the stories of prolific women in our culture , exploring their journey to womanhood, their experience venturing their chosen career fields and everything centred around their growth process.  This week the host is sitting to down with the one and only Jide Adetunji - Founder of GUAP Mag to debunk the importance of the environment in which your ideas are planted and how that nurtures or kills the seed.  Enjoy the episode and make sure to like and share if you enjoy it! See you at the next one !
20:04
November 27, 2019
Sit with Me: Faithing it through fear
Hi, I am Loriane and felt like venting a bit and about where my mind has been...  Grab some tea whilst some beans are spilt x
18:42
November 11, 2019
Meet Leanne Pero: Founder, Author, Breast Cancer Survivor and Advocate
This episode introduces Leanne Pero – We sat down and discussed everything womanhood, her growth process in dealing with sanding in her truth, starting a business at just 15, dealing with breast cancer in two very different ways and regaining the strength to fight it and create a space for other women to candidly speak about their experiences. Leanne also self-published her first book at the beginning of 2016 titled Take control, a self-help style book aimed at 18-30 year olds detailing her life hardships as a victim of sexual abuse and a troubled business woman battling depression which we also discussed.  I hope this episode leaves you as inspired as it did me.. Make sure to follow: Leanne Pero as well as her platform Black Women Rising UK which is dedicated to creating more cancer awareness amongst the BAME community We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
01:09:19
October 6, 2019
Meet Chrissie Milan: Content Creator, Founder & Author
This episode introduces Chrissie Milan – She is a content creator and founder of theceotable, we sat down and discussed everything womanhood, vision building, leaving university and building yourself despite the opinions of others, believing in your own sauce and the power of branding and building. Chrissie has hosted a series of events and online talks about her life as an influencer and content creator with a real emphasis on her passion for building brands and personal development. She has also gone on to releasing her first e-book which can be purchased here. Make sure to follow: Chrissie Milan has her story continues to unfold, she has recently been sharing her overcoming story. We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
58:07
August 4, 2019
Meet Sarah Destiny: Content Creator, Speaker & Founder
This podcast episode introduces Sarah Destiny. With an amazing platform and being on Youtube for a long time Sarah has amassed a large following sharing her story and a message around growth, love of God and true authentic experience. We delve into an amazing conversation discussing heartbreaks, discerning friendships and venturing through life learning through lessons as well as touching on faith building. Make sure to follow: Sarah Destiny has her story continues to unfold, she has recently been sharing her overcoming story. We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
01:04:07
July 8, 2019
Meet Akua Kezia: Author, Founder, Mentor & Survivor
This podcast episode introduces Akua Kezia born in North London, Akua Kezia is the youngest child of three. Growing up, Akua Kezia was a peculiar young girl with many different talents. As a teenager, she often found herself in the wrong places at the wrong times just to fit in. However, she was given a chance to redeem herself after having a liver transplant. Akua Kezia published her first book, ‘The Transplant Girl’ in July 2018, to inspire many young people battling ill-health. Akua Kezia is now an author, health advocate, organ donation champion, peer and youth mentor, public speaker and multiple business owner. Akua Kezia has set up her own foundation where she hopes to help children and adolescents in hospital, achieve their educational and life aspirations through donations. As well as starting her own organisation called ‘House Of Achievements’, to celebrate, motivate and support young people to attain their life aspirations by following three simple steps: aspire, inspire, and achieve. Make sure to follow: Akua Kezia and follow her journey as she rediscovers herself and all the amazing she has going as she is working on releasing music and her hairstyling business! Also who knows there might be another book around the corner. We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
54:22
May 17, 2019
Meet Dija Ayodele: Aesthetician & Founder of the Black Skin Directory
This podcast episode introduces – Dija Ayodele, founder of the Black Skin Directory An aesthetician by trade with over 10 years’ experience, her Kensington based clinic has become a go to destination for women of colour seeking out facial treatments and advice for their unique skincare needs. It’s through her years of listening to her patients lament on their frustrations at being unable to find skincare professionals to cater to them that Dija launched the Black Skin Directory. This unique new platform enables women (and men) to find dermatologists, aestheticians and other skincare professionals who are specifically qualified and experienced in treating and working with the unique physiology of darker skin tones. Alongside this BSD also features educational tips and articles that better verse people in understanding their skin and hosts regular events for individuals to attend to learn in person about skin and the treatments and brands that are available to them. Make sure to follow: Dija Ayodele & The Black Skin Directory for all things black skin and all the information you should need on your skin care needs. We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
55:32
May 11, 2019
Meet Teeyana Aromi: Youtuber, Content Creator & Tv Producer
This podcast episode introduces the amazing TeeyanaAromi  – I got to know a little more about her passion for God, her journey as a content creator and a bit of her role in TV Production. Having been a figure within the Youtube space for bit over three years, Teeyana shared some of the lessons that she has learnt along the way, how her faith has been a prominent part of her ventures and shed gems here there and every where about self-awareness, purpose and being true to you at all times. Make sure to follow: TeeyanaAromi to find out more about her and all the amazing things that she has going on! We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
01:07:12
May 11, 2019
Meet Bisi Akins: Presenter& Founder of YGI
This podcast episode introduces the gorgeous Bisi Akins where I got to know about her journey venturing into the presenting world, her growing confidence in herself and her abilities to dominate the spaces that she’s ventured in. As well as her personal platform Yginitiative that she has created to empower the next generation! Make sure to follow: Bisi Akins to find out more about her and all the amazing things that she has going has she establishes her name in the presenting world and the platform that she is currently building. We hope you enjoyed this episode and see you next time!
01:04:42
May 11, 2019
Meet Simone and Jamelia: Founders of the Teen Experience
This podcast introduces two absolutely amazing women who have put together a platform that bridges the gap between childhood and adulthood the bit in between that we all go through but do not speak about it. Jamelia and Simone talk us through their experience of starting this platform and their stories to where they are now, with some gems here and there. Make sure to follow: @Jameliaisobsssessed and @SimonePowderly || Also make sure to follow @TreasureTress as well as @TheTeenExperience to stay up to date with their various events and endeavours. We hope you enjoy this episode and see you next time!
54:36
May 11, 2019
Meet Loriane- Founder of Woman to Woman
This podcast episode introduces the founder of the platform – Loriane as she talks through her experience, the platform and aim of it as well some life lessons learned along the way. A discussion between the founder of woman to woman and prominent females within the culture that open and share their own personal account of their journey to womanhood, their success and losses as well as discussing relevant topics with in contemporary culture that reflects their views and interest.  With firstly the lady herself. Loriane Mbayo is 23 a recent graduate from King's College University and founder of Woman to Woman.  Make sure to follow: @womantowoman to find out more about the platform and what they have in store! We hope we enjoy this episode and see you next time!
29:16
May 9, 2019