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HER STORY Podcast This series focuses on how different women have defied their obstacles to success. Each of us has a story. There are women out there who have gone through the very same barriers you’re facing, but they didn’t give up. In fact, they used their difficulties to mold them into strong and resilient women. If they can breakthrough their hardships, so can You! You are HER--Heroic. Empowering. Resilient. Listen to these empowering stories every WEDNESDAY
 
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#HERSTORYMovementToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Southern University System Edition.Ayanna Spivey was born in the shadow of Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA. She was raised in Moreno Valley, CA. She explored skills while in high school, lettering in 3 sports, active in the Associated Student Body, the Blac…
 
#HERSTORYWednesdayToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition.Dr. Christy A. Walker, is a higher education professional, band-head, and HBCU advocate. Christy, a native of Hampton, Virginia, earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina A and T State University. While Christy was…
 
#HERSTORYWednesdayToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition.Ebony Burroughs is a servant leader, forever learner, and passionate about diversity, inclusion, and equity issues. Over the last 22 years, Ebony has worked in various roles across industries such as retail, utilities, communications, real est…
 
Today's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition.LaToya Brooks is a native of Atlanta, GA. She is a proud graduate ofClark Atlanta University and Tennessee State University. As an undergrad student at CAU, she served as Clarinet Section Leader, Drum Major, and Student Director of the Mighty Marching Panther B…
 
#HERSTORYWednesdayToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition.Dr. Kellye Hall, A "Jill of all trades, "thrives in various areas, including academics, athletics, and the arts. She is a proud graduate of North Carolina A&T University and has broken many barriers throughout her life, such as being the first…
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Taylor WhiteheadBy Dr. Christy Walker
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Rashad WattersBy Dr. Christy Walker
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Chevis AndersonBy Dr. Christy Walker
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Chase ArringtonBy Dr. Christy Walker
 
It's Book Release Week! This week, Christy interviews contributing authors in The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition. This book is the first-ever compilation of stories from HBCU Band alumni and will be released on Tuesday, April 27 on Amazon. Guest: Contributing Author Charles ConnerBy Dr. Christy Walker
 
SURPRISE! WE'RE BACK! And we wrote a book! The HBCU Experience: HBCU Band Alumni Edition includes 36 HBCU marching band alumni who share their stories. We're dropping interviews with some of the authors this week. Hear all about it! The HBCU Experience: HBCU Band Alumni Edition goes for sale on Tuesday, April 27, 2021 on Amazon.…
 
#HERSTORYWednesdayToday's episode is in partnership with The HBCU Experience: The HBCU Band Alumni Edition as we feature Dr. Kathryn D. Kelly. Dr. Kelly currently serves as the Treasurer and Board Member for Girls Health Ed, an organization whose mission is to educate girls to make empowered decisions about their health. Additionally, Dr. Kelly ser…
 
Stephanie Sanders never thought that she would participate in a marching band, much less become a HBCU band celebrity (she really is!). Stephanie is a multi-hyphenate: an associate director/music professor/jazz band director/classical musician/jazz artist. Find out her story, and how she does it all! Guest – Stephanie Sanders…
 
This week's episode is focused on auxillary in the band, and it's long overdue. Christy talks with Candis Alston-Davis, who not only danced in Virginia State's "Essence of Troy", she also served as the instructor for South Carolina State's "Champagne" dancers. Candis shares the full circle moment of joining a HBCU dance squad and dancing at the Hon…
 
Marching. Arranging. Logistics. Directing. You naaaame it, Kerry Gilliard has done it at Bowie State University (shoutout to Shirley Caesar). As a member and alum of Bowie State's "Symphony of Soul", Kerry learned how to run a HBCU band program from the ground up. Find out how he has channeled this experience into a thriving career as a band and ch…
 
In this episode, I spoke to Emmy Award-nominated choreographer Chloe Arnold on H.E.R. Story podcast. Chloe was discovered at a young age in Washington, DC, by Debbie Allen, and her choreography has been featured on hit television shows such as So You Think You Can Dance, Good Morning America, The Ellen Show, The Talk, and over 30 episodes of The La…
 
Christy reunites with Gerard Howard, creator of BlackCollegeBands.com, MarchingNetwork.TV, and more recently, MarchingSport.com. Gerard talks about his time marching for Jackson State, and how he balances being a web designer, photographer, videographer, musician, and radio show host. Oh, and he talks about how the Boombox Classic and the Zero Quar…
 
Christy interviews Jamie Brunson, one of her favorite "rivals" (he's really like a brother, but don't tell him that). Jamie is a PROUD alumnus of the Marching 101 of South Carolina State University, and has a thriving career as a middle school principal. Listen to Jamie and Christy discuss rivalries between the Sargeant Brothers, 100 vs 101, Thunde…
 
Virginia State. Norfolk State. Livingstone. Elizabeth City State. Mississippi Valley State. Clark Atlanta. All of these are band programs that Dr. Tomisha Price-Brock has been associated with. She has even served as Head Band Director at two of these institutions. Listen as she shares the story of her unorthodox and unconventional career path. Gues…
 
Christy talks to Dr. John Hodge, former announcer for NCA&T's "Blue and Gold Marching Machine", and the son of A&T's former band director, the late Dr. Johnny B. Hodge. John recalls the challenges and triumphs of growing up as the son and "right-hand man" of a HBCU band director, and enlightens Christy on some real HBCU band history. Guest: Dr. Joh…
 
Christy's excited to interview someone who plays her instrument! She talks with LaToya Brooks, clarinetist and former drum major for Clark Atlanta University's Mighty Marching Panthers. LaToya talks about how marching at CAU prepared her to navigate the classroom,and a career pivot to the entertainment industry. Guest: LaToya Brooks Follow us on In…
 
SEASON 2 PREMIERE! Mike Lee is a former percussionist and head drum major for Alabama A&M's "Marching Maroon and White". Notably, he and Christy created The 5th Quarter website in 1999, so their friendship and partnership spans several decades. Mike talks about his VERY UNIQUE path to marching in a HBCU band, including things that Christy didn't ev…
 
Christy chats with her friend Joe Johnson, who marched in Tennessee State's "Aristocrat of Bands". Christy finds out how he parlayed his experience as a saxophone player and drum major, to a thriving career as a session musician and musical director for R&B greats such as Freddie Jackson, Angela Winbush, and After 7. Joe's website can be found at w…
 
Christy interviews Geoff Thompson, who marched for Morris Brown, and later, Mississippi Valley State. You may recognize him as "the White guy with the tuba" in the movie Drumline. Geoff discusses memorable games, his love for concert season, filming Drumline, and what it's like being a minority in a HBCU band. Guest: Geoffrey Thompson…
 
Christy interviews Dwayne Dixon, who marched in Southern University's "Human Jukebox" in the 1970s. Are the rumors about the Jukebox really true? Listen in to find out. Dwayne also talks about his winding path from Chicago, to Southern, to Kappa Kappa Psi, to Iota Phi Theta, and to the ministry. Guest: Dwayne Dixon Dwayne's podcast "The Corporate M…
 
In the interest of balance, Christy interviews Stan Holloway, who was a (male) piccolo player and section leader in Florida A&M University's "Marching 100". Stan discusses how he chose the piccolo (or did it choose him???), how being under the microscope worked in his favor, and the importance of giving back to his section and band. Guest: Stanley …
 
Christy interviews Joseph Beard, who created The Marching Podcast, which is another great podcast for HBCU bands. Joe talks about his path in marching for Johnson C. Smith AND Jackson State University. He's used to being the interviewer but now it's HIS turn on the hot seat! Guest: Joseph Beard The Marching Podcast can be found on YouTube, Stitcher…
 
Christy interviews Stephen Edgerton, who marched for not one, but TWO HBCU bands, and used those experiences to launch his career as a musician in the US Army Band. Stephen shares stories about his time as band member, (freshman!!!) section leader, and drum major, and gives advice to those who may be thinking about a music career in the military. G…
 
Christy interviews Rasheda Gregory, the first (female) section leader of Norfolk State University's Million Dollar Funk Squad (MDFS). Rasheda shares some of her stories about being a female section leader in a male-dominated section, and gives some advice to women who want to follow in her footsteps. Literally. Guest: Rasheda Gregory…
 
Christy interviews Warren Shaw, Chief Arranger for Clark Atlanta University's Mighty Marching Panthers, and an alumnus of Alabama State University. She learns about how he got started in the arranging game, and shares some tips for future arrangers. Plus, Christy talks about getting published in the New York Times. Guest: Warren Shaw…
 
Jocelyn Alexander is a May 2005 graduate of North Carolina A&T State University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Immediately following graduation, Jocelyn moved to the Washington, DC area for a government contract position. As a career-driven woman, its important to remain confident and take charge. This episode talks about the…
 
Aggie Pride: Janea's talk with Christa NewkirkAs we anticipate the launch of The HBCU Experience: The North Carolina A&T State University 2nd Edition-- take a moment to listen to Christa's story. There is so much love and pride in attending an HBCU. This project's overall focus is to change the narrative and highlight the positivity of attending a …
 
Today's episode, we will highlight the HBCU experience! I'll be interviewing Nickia Alli, a 2007 graduate from North Carolina A & T State University, with a degree in Journalism. Nickia shares her journey on choosing her career choice, the significance of developing her own company and business, and her HBCU Love Story!H.E.R. Story is meant to be s…
 
HERstory is definitely about creating opportunities for all females. Tap into this episode as I interview a former Miss Morris College and My Soror, Lakil Mason. Lakil talks about her unique journey as an HBCU Queen and an athlete. Now at the age of 23, she continues to be innovative and is determined to gain experience within various avenues of li…
 
Join me and listen to this week's episode as I interview Shakara Parks. Shakara is a former Miss Morris College, innovator, choreographer, and philanthropist. As we discuss the impact of attending an HBCU and being an HBCU Queen, we also take a deeper dive into her personal life and how a rare disease altered her life forever. The good thing is tha…
 
On Episode 47, J. Jamison chats with Taji Wright, who is an avid leader, educator, and advocate. She is a woman of many accolades and very successful in her own right; however, it's Taji's experiences at Texas Southern University as Miss TSU that has shaped and molded her into the woman she is today.Guest's IG: @FOREVER31RUBY…
 
Cherise shares a story of strength and courage. To some, her life appeared perfect as a wife, career woman, and mother. However, in her situation, the grass is sometimes greener on the other side, and there is strength in stepping out into new beginnings. H.E.R. Story is meant to be heard; let's listen!IG: @cheriselaron…
 
Dr. Tiffany Zachery is a licensed Therapist & Counselor based in Louisiana. She has a wealth of information to share about the importance of maintaining a healthy mental state during this time and the long-term effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today’s chat focuses on the stigma of mental illness within the Black Community, coping mechanisms, perso…
 
“Winning All Year” Feat. Kayla B. With J. Jamison, Ep. 44Kayla Beal is a natural born innovator in today’s society. She is a television producer, writer, model, and entrepreneur. Raised in Queens, New York—her parents showed her the importance of education. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated magna cum laude at Virginia State Univers…
 
I truly enjoyed this episode as I interviewed a fellow HBCU graduate and Soror— Amy Agbottah. We focused on the resiliency and legacy associated with attending HBCUs, the difficulties in pursuing a passionate career, and the effects of balancing her various businesses such as AC Events and Pix R Us Photobooth, all while maintaining her 9-5 as a hea…
 
My focus for 2020 is to center my relationship with God every day--not just when my life is in despair. However, the irony is unforeseen circumstances is that it is often when our faith is strengthened, and our relationship naturally grows with our Savior. In episode 42, I am joined by a certified faith coach, Sharon. She is a thought-leader, blogg…
 
Let's talk Mind over Matter, Feat. Tanya J. Miller with J. Jamison Today's Episode features Tanya J. Miller—a certified life coach with over eighteen years of experience working with youth, young adults, and women throughout the community and in ministry to pursue purpose, passion, vision, and destiny.Our conversation focuses on Tanya's book— Mind …
 
Ashley Little is a serial entrepreneur! She is the CEO/Founder of Ashley Little Enterprises, LLC, which encompasses her Media, Consulting Work, Writing, Ghost Writing, Book Publishing, Book Coaching, Project Management, Public Relations & Marketing, and Empowerment Speaking. Also, she is an Award-Winning Serial Entrepreneur, TV/Radio Host, Speaker,…
 
As a young girl who was bullied and teased due to a speech impediment, Dr. Joseph turned a terrible experience into triumph by starting High Level Speech & HearingCenter. In this episode, we will discuss the experiences and hardships throughout her childhood which motivated her into creating an 8 figure company in only 3 years. H.E.R. Story is mean…
 
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