Is Grad School for Me? Demystifying Process for First-Gen BIPOC Students

Grad school can take a toll on mental and physical health, particularly for women of color. Yet there is no denying that it can also play a role in advancing economic mobility. That’s why this episode is all about the …

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Empowering Black and Latina Women Through Financial Independence

Today’s episode is another Financial Literacy Month conversation, this time with Money Coach Aqura Nicholson. Earning more money doesn’t automatically mean you know how to manage more money. This is something that both Aqura and I had to learn the …

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Show Them Better Than You Can Tell Them

This week we are talking with Alex Tsado, who has made major waves in the world of Artificial Intelligence & Business! He operates at the intersection of disruptive technology, community economics, and historical regenerative philosophies, as they apply to the future of the …

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Trans and Non-Binary Career Advancement: How to Overcome Challenges at Work

Transgender and non-binary individuals face many unique challenges—both in their personal lives and at work. As they try to advance their careers, they are often confronted by obstacles that are rooted in long-established social norms and societal expectations. Fortunately, there …

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Ten Ways to Advocate For Yourself During the Job Interview Process

Job interviews set the stage for the type of working relationship you will have if you decide to accept the position. That’s why advocating for yourself, even from the very beginning of that working relationship, is extremely important. In this …

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Healing the Wounds of Assimilation with Brand Strategist Camila Cardozo

In this episode I interview my mastermind sibling Camila Cardozo, who is a brand strategist and content producer for conscious entrepreneurs and brands. Camila has such deep and beautiful insight about the power of authenticity. Because that’s what’s at the …

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Bridging The Gap

Have you ever been pushed aside, doubted, underestimated, or faced prejudice in your career? Hear from Jalon Hall on how she’s overcome adversity, including her top takeaways for fostering inclusion.

Jalon Hall’s story is one of fierce resilience. Born a …

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30+ Best Tips on How to Prepare for a Job Interview

Preparing for an interview requires more effort than just Googling a list of common interview questions (though, yes, you should 100% be ready for those). In today’s job market, recruiters are flooded with resumes and applications within hours of a …

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Celebrate Pride All Year Long

As a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community and an employee at Freddie Mac, Colleen Stanton’s creativity and ability to bring her unique self to work every day have helped propel her career. Colleen serves as the operational risk senior …

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Turning Casual Conversations into Job Interviews

Job interviews don’t always come after you apply to a job. Sometimes, you may be having a casual conversation, but your story and the way you speak are so captivating, that the person you’re speaking starts thinking about ways they …

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