08 Nov Where Do We Go From Here?
This week I’m honored to bring some perspective in the storm of this election. I’m honored to welcome Diane Diaz, Lesley Batson, Queen LaLa, Tiffany Scott, and Tee-Ta Walker to the pod. These ladies are accomplished and open to having open conversations around race, trauma, and what we need to do to move forward.
Here’s the deets on my guests:
Diane is a Speaking Coach and Personal Brand Strategist with Speaking Your Brand®. Diane regularly speaks on personal branding, LinkedIn strategy, and women’s empowerment. Diane has a Master’s degree in Business Administration, with years of experience in branding, marketing, and public speaking. She is also an Ironman triathlete and enjoys fitness and listening to podcasts.
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Email: [email protected]
Lesley Batson launched Rebel Rock Wealth, a strategic financial consulting firm that teaches independent thinking professionals and small business owners, the WHOLE truth about money and helps them implement strategies to control and build the wealth style they desire. Lesley is licensed in several states and meets with clients from Florida to California virtually. She loves Hamilton the Musical, playing golf, and taking up space on the beach.
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Queen LaLa is the host and reigning Queen of The Palenque Podcast. Queen LaLa is a griot, or storyteller (see Palenque Podcast Episode 6-The Grio), preserving and passing down history and knowledge. As an educator herself, she recognized the miseducation and lack of education of the history of People of Color. As well as, the damaging role this plays in reinforcing racism and stereotypes while also desensitizing others to historical inequities that are still manifested today. Queen LaLa’s lessons enlighten and inspire fellow Palenqueros to become voices for change. Mix together Social Justice, Black History, Hip-Hop & some Miami 808s and you’ve entered The Palenque!
Get to know Queen LaLa and visit The Palenque, https://linktr.ee/ThePalenque , Where Voices for Change Gather! #ThePalenquePodcast
Tiffany Scott has always been driven to deliver more. More effervescence, more initiative, more success.
The Australian native honed her skills working as a Brand and Marketing Director for powerhouse international brands, re-injecting life and vibrancy into a household name as iconic as Speedo.
She left the corporate world to follow her passion – community building. Her strength is identifying and fostering the DNA of local and global communities. That has become her super power. You hold the KEY, but she’s here to empower you to unlock it and take the next steps for greater impact.
She is an entrepreneur, sisterhood advocate, co-founder of the podcast Conversations with A Black Girl and A White Girl and founder of the international community organization Sister Suppers. The common factor? Everything she does is with soul.
“I am a native of Seattle, Washington currently residing in Orlando, Florida.
I am involved with Inspiring Greatness – ‘being better than normal’ (https://twitter.com/TeeTaWalker). In addition, as regards to race, having courageous conversations. I have a podcast for that: https://blackgirlwhitegirlconversations.com. However, for my ‘day’ profession, I’m a Brand Strategist with my Branding Boutique Agency