161| Dr. Tamika Jacques - Podcast Interview Every child is unique and every child has a skill. It is up to us parents to guide them and be attentive to those skills. - Dr.Tamika Jacques Meet Dr. Tamika Jacques, mother of three and workforce specialist with a doctorate in Educational Leadership Science. She’s the author of two groundbreaking books: A Brown Girls Guide to Employment & Networking, and her latest: A Brown Parents Guide to Preparing Our Children for Employment
151|Joan Wallace-Benjamin - Podcast Interview There is a Congolese saying that a single bracelet does not jingle. Everyone in your family are the bracelets that help you jingle. When you have that jingle, you are able to lead more fully because you have all of the people you love and care about, right there, on your arm. - Joan Wallace-Benjamin Welcome to the story of a woman whose awards and accomplishments are simply too vast to list here. A self-described“mission girl” Jo
120|Jennifer McCollum - Podcast Interview The strength and the passion I have aligns with my purpose. I want to help individuals, teams and organizations fulfill their potential. That’s my measure of success. - Jennifer McCollum No one is born a leader. The traits and characteristics of a great leader evolve over time as an individual “becomes” the best version of themselves. What’s more: the best leaders aren’t in it for themselves, they are in it for the greater good.