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Updated August 2020
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Earl Wright II is a Professor of Sociology at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. Born and raised in Memphis, he graduated with a diploma from Trezevant High School in 1989 and later that year entered Kentucky State University (K-State) on a football scholarship. After a successful two year stint as the team’s starting wide receiver, he was ‘comp…
 
Sweet Suga Baby body products were created by Shavonne Jones. As a mental health therapist, she understands the importance of self-care. As a widow and mother of two small children, she understands how difficult it is to squeeze in self-care. She created Sweet Suga Baby for people like her, who want to indulge in self-care but don't have much time.…
 
Michelle Shepard manages the H-1B Department at Ramineni & Shepard Law Associates. Ms. Shepard’s areas of practice include temporary employment-based visas, including H-1B, TN, E-3, and other employment-based categories. Ms. Shepard joined the firm as a Law Clerk in the Civil Litigation Department in 2010 while attending New England Law | Boston. W…
 
Gail M. Carter, is Founder and CEO of LightShift360 LLC, Global Business Impact Strategist. She is an author, speaker, entrepreneur, avid traveler, and global volunteer At LightShift360, LLC, Gail creates strategies and programs for individuals and businesses that empower them to become great leaders, make a difference in society and ensure maximum…
 
Jennifer Sharp is an award winning director, editor, writer and graduate of NYU, Tisch School of the Arts. In 2015, while traveling alone in Honduras, she was inspired to document the story of locals she encountered. With only her cell phone and her artistic vision, she shot the short documentary, “Solitary Worlds,” which won the grand jury prize a…
 
Dr. Trisha Bailey-Archie is the CEO of Bailey Pharmacy, Bailey Medical Equipment & Supplies, & Baileys Scrubs. She is currently opening her 21st & 22nd location and has real estate projects internationally and domestically. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, and the University of Phoenix. Bailey’s Scrubs is a family-owned business …
 
Elliott Eddie is Chairman/CEO of DM Media, Inc., author of five published books, worldwide distributed independent filmmaker of six films, four‐time Virginia Public Speaking Champion, two‐time Internationally Awarded Public Speaker and Toastmaster International’s 2016 World Championship of Public Speaking Finalist. As an entrepreneur, Elliott has b…
 
Sonja Ardoin, Ph.D. is an author, learner, educator, and facilitator. She originates from "Cajun country" - the small, rural community of Vidrine, LA specifically - and is proud of her first generation college student to Ph.D. educational journey, with degrees from Louisiana State University, Florida State University, and North Carolina State Unive…
 
In 2019, Jasmine Souers and Marissa Thomas went from Instagram friends to partners in purpose as the founders of For the Breast of Us, the first online community dedicated to sharing stories and imagery of all women of color affected by breast cancer. Both diagnosed well before the age of 40, the two noticed a lack of representation of women who lo…
 
Mwalimu Donkor Issa was born in Los Angeles, California, raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, and has lived in Roxbury since 1989. He is the Coordinator for Targeted Programs for the Office of Opportunity Gaps and works with the 10 Boys 10 Girls initiative. He received his Bachelor's in English and Africana Studies from the College of the Holy Cross in …
 
Dr. Eric Reed specializes in college and career readiness for youth from urban areas. He finds passion in developing educational and economic platforms to help people from underserved communities thrive in today’s society. He most recently completely a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Eastern Michigan University (EMU). Dr. Reed is currently the…
 
Kemisha Denny is the HIV Care Engagement Coordinator for Maryland Department of Health. She recently graduated from University of New England with her Masters in Public Health with a focus on Community and Global Health. She received her Bachelor's degree from George Mason University in Health Promotion. Graduated from Dean College in Associates De…
 
Malissa Sanon is a doctoral candidate at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in the Educational Leadership and Research Methodology program. Her concentration is in higher education. Sanon has presented at American Education Research Association (AERA) in 2016, University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) in 2017, Association for the Stud…
 
Dr. Terrance J. McClain, is a Student Development Specialist at Texas State University and recently defended his dissertation titled Advising African American Males: From the Advisors Viewpoint. The purpose of this study was to analyze workplace learning experiences of professional academic advisors, utilizing adult learning theories (in particular…
 
Erline Hertilien is the Director of Leadership, Development, & Governance for Building Excellent Schools. She travels all over the country in support of fellows past and present. She advises leaders on board member recruitment, best practices, and general board governance. She is also the co-founder of Community Enrichment Scholars Foundation where…
 
Mr. Jeff Dess is the Co-Founder of Trill or Not Trill. He’s also a writer, professor, public speaker and emcee of Haitian descent. He is an author of 5 books of poetry, including his latest, Trill Motivation With over ten years of performing and student affairs experience under his belt Mr. Jeff Dess continues to strive towards helping students rea…
 
Patrick Phillips, “The Change Agent,” is a doctoral student, college instructor, urban education specialist, award-winning speaker and author, certified educator, and school social worker. He is a recipient of the President of the United States Volunteer Service Award and the author of The Intentional Student: 17 Strategies To Survive & Thrive In C…
 
Austin Ashe is back to kick off season 2. He is the Associate Director, MIT Sloan Undergraduate Education & PhD candidate at UMass Boston. His research examines using Hip-Hop to inform pedagogy in ways that will make for more engaging, relevant, sustaining, and validating classrooms for students of color and others underrepresented (or unseen) by d…
 
In this episode, Dr. Henry and David Sher discuss Week 2 of the NFL playoffs. A few topics covered include: AFC-- -Pats again? -Chargers most well rounded team?-Passing the torch to Luck?-KC will the sexy big plays work in January? NFC--- Foles ... nuff said - Are the cowboys back? - One more for Brees-Are the Rams the new dynasty?…
 
In this episode Dr. Henry interviews Boston Public School Math Teacher Kwame Sarfo-Mensah. In this interview Kwame discusses why he became an educator, his newly released book Shaping The Teacher Identity, and techniques for engaging the community in the education system, and the importance of increasing the number of Black Male Educators.…
 
Dr. Henry talks with Dr. Monica Hall Porter. Assistant Professor of Biology, Science Program Director, at Lasell College in Newton, Massachusetts. Dr Porter talks about her current work in STEM at Lasell College, MIT, her journey from Texas to Massachusetts, as well as her adoration of Black Panther character Princess Shuri, which is played by Guya…
 
Joi Wade received over $500,000 in scholarships, is currently a junior, studying Public Relations, at the University of Southern California, & the author of You Got Into Where?: How I Received Admission and Scholarships to the Nation's Top Universities. She has over 88,000 fans on her Youtube Channel. Learn about the strategies she used to receive …
 
SB004 An Intellectual Conversation About Hip-Hop_w_guest_Austin Ashe In this Episode, Dr. Henry interviews, Austin Ashe, Associate Director, Undergraduate Education Sloan School of Business at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) & PhD candidate at Umass Boston. His research examines using Hip-Hop to inform pedagogy in ways that will make fo…
 
In this episode, Dr. Henry talks the growth of eSport Scholarships at Colleges and Universities. In “For The Culture” he speaks of the movie Girls Trip influence on Essence Festival. During "Football Talk" he is joined by lifelong friend and New England sports fan Dave Sher to discuss Part 2 of “Where have all the Patriots Gone?” Motivation is from…
 
In this first episode of Swag Bender, Dr. Henry discusses the teacher strikes going on around the country. In “For The Culture” he gives his perspective on the importance of the movie Black Panther and in “Football Talk” he reflects on an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education regarding paying colleges athletes over $500,000 annually. Motiv…
 
In this episode, Dr. Henry shares his disagreement with Neil deGrasse Tyson regarding the cost of breakfast. In “For The Culture” he asks if the “affluenza teen” is too rich for jail? During Football Talk he is joined by lifelong friend and New England sports fan Dave Sher to discuss “Where have all the Patriots Gone?” Motivation is for the Class o…
 
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