The Inimitable Black Woman
The Inimitable Black Woman podcast is a spirited multigenerational collection of interviews about the varied experiences, thoughts and backgrounds of Black women from their point of view.
info_outline Fully In Bloom: Lanise 10/15/2020
Fully In Bloom: Lanise Lanise is a person whose story I could listen to for hours. In this interview we only scratch the surface of who she is. Lanise talks about the connection she has with her late mother, dealing with depression in her youth and why sex is one of her favorite topics.
info_outline People Over Opinions: Embo 10/01/2020
People Over Opinions: Embo Embo kept it real from beginning to end. I loved her vulnerability and in that her strength. She expressed thoughts, feelings and experiences that a lot of fellow black women can relate to and I’m here for it. Check it OUT!!
info_outline Black Lives Matter: Shabree 09/17/2020
Black Lives Matter: Shabree I have been wanting to do this interview with Shabree since I saw her video protesting around four months ago. She is a gem of a woman to say the least. Her interview gives us insight into how her one-woman protest came to be, what her experience has been like in an interracial marriage and assumptions people have made about her.
info_outline Fix Your Crown: Kristina 09/03/2020
Fix Your Crown: Kristina Kristina is one of my best friends! She’s a funny, candid and insightful woman. In her interview she discusses her Taurus side, explains how being a black woman has stopped her from speaking up and how she became a dance off assassin.
info_outline The Analog Girl: LaToya 08/06/2020
The Analog Girl: LaToya LaToya is THAT chick! I have been following her on IG for a minute and knew I had to interview her. Of course, she didn’t disappoint and was a joy to meet. LaToya delves into the importance of mental health, why cheating is not a deal breaker and what it was like growing up as a Pastor’s kid.
info_outline The Power Of Your Story: Talk & Listen w/Kim 07/23/2020
The Power Of Your Story: Talk & Listen w/Kim Telling your story is powerful. During this time in our country I believe telling and hearing the stories of others is needed for heart changes. I dive into a conversation with Kim, a leader in restorative justice, about the power of your story. Even I am still figuring out why telling our stories can heal not only ourselves but others.
info_outline My Point of View: Black Women & Racism w/ Ms. Beverly 07/10/2020
My Point of View: Black Women & Racism w/ Ms. Beverly This is a series of interviews with past interviewees about how they see racism in America especially now after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. Ms. Beverly, a Houston native and a figure in the community, speaks from the perspective of one that has seen this all before.
info_outline My Point of View: Black Women & Racism w/Tori 06/25/2020
My Point of View: Black Women & Racism w/Tori This is a series of interviews with past interviewees about how they see racism in America especially now after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. Tori, a former foster youth and Minnesota resident, gives her take on how she’s processing through her beliefs and identity.
info_outline My Point of View: Black Women & Racism w/Nell 06/11/2020
My Point of View: Black Women & Racism w/Nell Nell is up first! This is a series of interviews with past interviewees about how they see racism in America especially now after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. Nell’s a Houston Native and producer known for her work with Tobe Nwigwe. She opens up how she sees this from the point of view of a Christian, Black Woman and Artist.
info_outline Inimitable Black Woman: Brittany (The Makings of A Sexy Nerd) 05/28/2020
Inimitable Black Woman: Brittany (The Makings of A Sexy Nerd) Brittany’s personality, beauty and intelligence shined through this entire interview. She takes us through her high school days, what she realizes about love and why for fun she does math.
info_outline Give Yourself Grace: Chris 05/14/2020
Give Yourself Grace: Chris I have been chatting with Chris back and forth periodically on IG and was excited to finally interview her. She has a beautiful family and sweet spirit! In this interview she opens up about her difficult but loving childhood, how therapy changed her life, and why she’s confident.
info_outline Day One Inspiration: Tiffany 05/01/2020
Day One Inspiration: Tiffany I met Tiffany during her freshman and my sophomore year of college. From the moment I met her I was inspired by her personality, beauty and self determination. This woman is no joke. Tiffany talks about what it took to take her business from where it started to where it is now, how a move from NY changed everything and what she knows about love.
info_outline Calming Spirit: Eleanora 04/02/2020
Calming Spirit: Eleanora Eleanora, is my mentor, spiritual leader, counselor and friend. I love her deeply and wanted to interview her maybe selfishly to steal some of her peace. In this interview I asked her how she views this crisis along with questions about her childhood and advice on single hood.
info_outline All Of Me: Kristin 03/19/2020
All Of Me: Kristin Kristin is a woman whose mission is to empower others. She was so fun and open making this an easy interview. In our conversation she opens up about the lesson she would give herself at 13, why she is now fully showing up, and how all of us need to push back against oppression.
info_outline Out of the Cloud: Creseida 03/05/2020
Out of the Cloud: Creseida Creseida’s light is brighter then ever! I was so happy to sit down with her once again. As always she inspires me and I hope her story encourages you too. Creseida talks about how God has taken her to a new place in life, how she is finally coming out of depression and how you can love someone in pain.
info_outline By The Grace Of God: Jessica 02/20/2020
By The Grace Of God: Jessica I have known Jessica for years but I had never heard her talk about the tragedy she went through years ago. I am so thankful that she was open and transparent about what she had to deal with. Jessica opens up about her passions in life, why compassion is much needed and the suicide of her abusive ex.
info_outline Embrace the Mess: Danielle 02/06/2020
Embrace the Mess: Danielle Danielle is a special one! I met this wonderful woman at my event last November and after she left her jacket she had no choice but to do an interview with me. During our conversation,Danielle talked about her beautiful daughter Ruby, when she realized it’s okay to cry and how she is embracing her imperfections.
info_outline Three’s Company: Erin, Grey & Gigi 01/23/2020
Three’s Company: Erin, Grey & Gigi Erin is my oldest friend! I got the honor of being the Godmother to her sweet daughters, Grey and Gigi. I interviewed the girls a year ago and decided to do a joint interview with Erin and the girls. In the interview Erin explains the realities of being a mother, Gigi gives advice on how to comfort a friend and Grey sings her favorite song. Get into it!
info_outline Forever Chocolate Thunder: Michelle 01/09/2020
Forever Chocolate Thunder: Michelle Michelle is EVERYTHING. She is a woman full of talent, humor and beautiful vulnerability. I love this woman so much! Michelle opens up about the struggles of being the cool teacher, how social anxiety plays into her everyday and when she became Chocolate Thunder.
info_outline She’s A Blessing: Barakah 12/12/2019
She’s A Blessing: Barakah Barakah, is an open heart on the journey of life. In the middle of the interview we had an encounter with a woman who sat down and started talking. This was a typical occurrence for Barakah. Listen to why that encounter wasn’t a shock for her, what it’s like to have a child at 19 and why she believes we all know what we need.
info_outline A Way With Words: Doyin 11/28/2019
A Way With Words: Doyin Doyin, blew me away and took me on a journey with everything she said. Every answer she gave drew me in deeper and deeper. Doyin beautifully opens up about how her background influences her experience as a journalist, the realization that being completely understood isn’t necessary and why she should have kept her childhood comics.
info_outline The Skin I’m In: Shauntavia 11/14/2019
The Skin I’m In: Shauntavia Shauntavia is a self proclaimed wild child on a mission to empower women to love who they are beyond the surface. She opens up about how she started her business, her take on marriage and why she regrets not going off to school.
info_outline Legacy In The Making: Camille 10/31/2019
Legacy In The Making: Camille Camille came into this interview blindly. She had no idea what was going to happen but she was so transparent the entire time. This interview reconfirmed the power of connecting one-on-one. Camille opened up about her life as a lacrosse player, how modeling changed her and why her legacy is about more then herself.
info_outline The Definition of Beauty: Ruth 10/10/2019
The Definition of Beauty: Ruth Ruth from the jump, opened up about her life and the journey she has been on to get to the point where she is now. She talks about the difficulties adjusting when she moved to the U.S., what makes her a compassionate person and what she learned from fasting from wearing make-up.
info_outline Not Waiting on Perfection: Sugar Joiko 09/26/2019
Not Waiting on Perfection: Sugar Joiko Sugar Joiko first blew me away when I saw her perform earlier this year in Austin, Texas. She is truly captivating as a performer and person. Sugar Joiko opens up about her challenges as an artist, why she’s pushing past perfectionism and confesses she’s never made Kool- Aid before.
info_outline The Magic is Real: Mimi 09/12/2019
The Magic is Real: Mimi Mimi is truly magical. After months of back and forth conversation we finally got to sit down and chat. Every word from this woman’s mouth draws you in. Mimi opens up about her need for dance, the reasons for misconceptions and why we all need mental peace.