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Financial Literacy for Women in Their 20s

Sept. 15, 2021

With my guest Maryjane Ezurike we discuss financial literacy for women from their 20s. We also discuss: Pink tax What understanding your personal finance do to you The commandments of personal finance Why women are poorer th…

S4-EP5 - The loaded language of failure with Cara-Marie

May 26, 2021

On this episode with Cara-Marie from Georgia, Atlanta we discuss: Failures and redirections The loaded language of failure What we think about failure How we talk about failure And more about Cara-Marie and her work About Ca…

S4-EP4 - Brand strategy and community building, raising vibrations with Ego Aniebue

May 17, 2021

On this episode with Ego Aniebue we discuss: Growing up and insecurity Brand strategy and community building Building a successful business online Introverts and business Raising your vibrations Personal story and experience…

S4-EP3 - Growing up as pastor's daughter with Jesukorede

May 4, 2021

On this episode with my guest Jesukorede, she shares with us her experience and the challenges of being a pastor's kid. We discuss: Growing up, identity crisis Challenges faced growing up as a pastor's daughter People's opin…

S4-EP2 - From Kenya to Budapest, Hungary with Tabitha Nyawira (Diaspora woman series)

April 26, 2021

On this episode with Tabitha Nyawira she shares with us her journey from Kenya to Budapest, Hungary and life in the diaspora. We discuss: Growing up, education, identity crisis Kenyan living Volunteering and traveling Life a…

S4-EP1 - The girl who left home with Rita Chukwuike (Diaspora woman series)

April 16, 2021

On this episode with Rita Chukwuike she shares with us her life journey and transitions: Growing up, identity crisis, peer pressure Leaving home for school Alone and pregnant Coming back with a baby Reactions from family Fin…

S3.E8 - The Journey of a Young Swahili Girl to the Government House of Kenya with Nadia Ahmed Abdalla

March 19, 2021

My conversation with Nadia is so transformative and I know her words and story will inspire you. I discovered Nadia on Instagram and I immediately fell in love with her after scrolling through her page and doing a little res…

S3.E7 - The future of the newborn in Nigeria society with Amarachi Igwe Kalu (Nigeria)

March 6, 2021

Amarachi Igwe Kalu is the founder and CEO of Thriving Up Initiative, a Non Governmental Organization that caters for the health and well being of newborns by improving effective postnatal care and strengthening healthcare in…

Everyday Encouragement

Feb. 26, 2021

Wake up and wake the joy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shetabletalk/message

Everyday encouragement

Feb. 25, 2021

Don't be anxious --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shetabletalk/message

Everyday Encouragement

Feb. 24, 2021

Glorify God, encouraged to encourage others. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shetabletalk/message

S3-E6 - Hijab, fashion, model and the beauty and lifestyle of Somali women with Hani Abdi Gass from Somalia

Feb. 23, 2021

On this episode with Hani from Somalia we talked about modelling with hijab, being a hijabi model, the struggles and banter on the beauty and lifestyle of Somali women. Don't forget to share and leave us a review after liste…

Let God (Everyday Encouragement Series)

Feb. 22, 2021

Your thought just won't leave my mind and I started to think of how I can talk to you everyday aside my stories of women episode every Tuesday and this idea dropped in my heart. Everyday Encouragement Series will be my littl…

S3-E5 - Twice My Pain - The miscarriage story people don't talk about with Andikan Chimamanda (NG)

Feb. 16, 2021

Talking about miscarriage in Nigeria is almost like a taboo, the society has made women believe it's their fault, so nobody wants to talk about it. On today's episode Andikan Chimamanda, a banker, writer and mom, shares her …

S3,E4 Doreen Moracha (Kenya) Shares her 28years experience of living with HIV

Feb. 9, 2021

Doreen Moracha was 13 years old when she officially found out that she was born HIV positive. Since that time till now she's had to learn how to live with it and about the challenges it brings to her everyday life. On this e…

S3.E3 The Role of the Parents in Gender Equality With Amaka Ezekwere (Nigeria)

Feb. 2, 2021

Amaka Ezekwere is a parenting expert, teaching parents through storytelling and building a community of thankful parents. On this episode she shares her role in gender equality as a parent using her home as an example. Go cl…

S3-E2 Salome Nthenya Nzuki (Kenya) - Feminist and advocate for gender equity and equality. (Across Africa)

Jan. 19, 2021

Salome Nthenya Nzuki is a feminist with a thirst for a just and equitable world. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Gender Development studies and Sociology from Kenyatta University. Salome has been involved in advocacy …

S3-E1: Faith Abandy - Contemporary Visual Artist from Nigeria (Across Africa)

Jan. 12, 2021

Our guest for the first episode of season 3 is Faith Abandy, a contemporary visual artist from Nigeria who specializes in painting and creating art from waste fabrics. Faith is from Delta state Nigeria but was born and raise…

My Rebirth Story- How I Beat Sickle Cell [with Torubein Donyegha] Season finale of The Sickle Cell

Sept. 30, 2020

On the season finale of the sickle cell warrior series, our guest Torubein Donyegha shares with us her transplant story, her time with sickle cell, dropping out of uni thrice but today she can look back and say I am free, I …

Leg Ulcer and Sickle Cell [with Ibukunoluwa Ajayi] Episode 7 of The Sickle Cell Warrior Series

Sept. 30, 2020

Our guest for episode 7 is Ibukunoluwa Ajayi, a model, content creator, writer and a sickle cell warrior. She shares her journey so far with sickle cell, her leg ulcer experience, sickle cell and self esteem, relationship li…

My Warrior Story [with Hannah Imo] Episode 6 of The Sickle Cell Series

Sept. 29, 2020

My guest Hannah Imo is a librarian and a youngster, she shares her story with us from when she found out she has sickle cell and how it has been like for her. This is a short but really inspiring episode, go ahead and listen…

The Congenial Warrior [with Sussan Obiechina] Episode 5 of the Sickle Cell Warrior Series

Sept. 24, 2020

My guest for episode 5 of the sickle cell warrior series is Sussan Obiechina, Miss Nigeria Congeniality, fashion model, model trainer and communicator. ----- She shares her story with us and her journey so far with SCD and h…

Audrey the Warrior [with Audrey Mukoro] Episode 4 of the Sickle Cell Warrior Series

Sept. 18, 2020

My guest, Audrey Mukoro is the founder and executive director of AUDREY SICKLE CELL FOUNDATION, 35 years old, a single mum, a writer and a warrior. She shares with us her foundation story, living with sickle cell and being a…

The Sickled Warrior [with Joan Jonah] Episode 3 of The Sickle Cell Series

Sept. 12, 2020

Our guest today is Joan Jonah, 23years old content creator, host of THE SICKLED WARRIOR TALK SHOW and sickle cell warrior. She shares with us her journey so far, from when she was diagnosed at age 10, her time in school, wea…