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SEGUCATED is a podcast where business, culture, faith, marketing, and media intersect. Produced by SEG Media Collective, this podcast strives to get real with entrepreneurs who are crushing it in their respective industries and living life to the fullest along the way. Our guests share their passion, their challenges and their advice for fellow entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 16: Engineering a Dream, Business and Family. How One Family Built a Multi-Seven Figure Business in under 3 years

In this episode of SEGUCATED, Open Minds’ owners Alicia and Abdul Yahaya discuss collectivism with Open Minds’ families, engineering a different approach to childcare, while balancing a growing family, business and marriage. Learn more about Open Minds Child Development center here:https://openmindscdc.com/ (https://openmindscdc.com/).

23 minJUL 15
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Ep. 16: Engineering a Dream, Business and Family. How One Family Built a Multi-Seven Figure Business in under 3 years

Ep. 15: Black Economics 101 with Dell Gines, Federal Reserves Bank of Kansas City on SEGUCATED.

Black Business Matters. We talk about WHY on our latest episode. Dell Gines, senior community development advisor for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – Omaha Office addresses one of our most pressing barriers to achieving equality: The Racial Wealth Gap. We dive into building and supporting black businesses and a roadmap for economic success in this COVID-19 era. Learn more about Mr. Gines’ work athttps://www.iamdellgines.com/ (https://www.iamdellgines.com/?fbclid=IwAR0fIrV-sLCiXkx5Cvk2ncQpHQDXVbd71r4uUEMqyu8TMm40sl7XsViTOvs). Visit the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City:https://www.kansascityfed.org/. (https://www.kansascityfed.org/) Additional stats:

47 minJUL 3
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Ep. 15: Black Economics 101 with Dell Gines, Federal Reserves Bank of Kansas City on SEGUCATED.

Ep. 14, Building Community for Black Women Entrepreneurs

On this episode of SEGUCATED, we sit down with Makisha Boothe, founder Sistahbiz Global Network (https://www.sistah.biz/)and discuss how she's built a community for black female entrepreneurs. Makisha drops some amazing business tips and nuggets in this interview. You don't want to miss out. Learn more about Sistahbiz here: https://www.sistah.biz/ (https://www.sistah.biz/.)

22 minJUN 9
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Ep. 14, Building Community for Black Women Entrepreneurs

Founder Story, Bayo Adio, AdioFit: SEGUCATED episode 13

Bayo Adio, owner of AdioFit (https://www.adiofit.com/), a group personal training business with a niche that is focused on the busy professional and busy moms. We chat about how he started, a few marketing tips and tricks he’s used to build his business and pivot successfully in the COVID-19 era.

40 minJUN 3
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Founder Story, Bayo Adio, AdioFit: SEGUCATED episode 13

Founder Story, Fanny Fang, Manhattan Asian Market: SEGUCATED Episode 12

On this episode of SEGUCATED, we sit down with Fanny Fang, community leader, activist and co-owner of the Manhattan Asian Market, as she discusses pivoting their traditional brick-and-mortar business during COVID-19, servant and community leadership and her journey from the Big Apple to the little Apple plus a very special announcement!

--MAY 24
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Founder Story, Fanny Fang, Manhattan Asian Market: SEGUCATED Episode 12

Ep. 10: Business & Inclusion in the COVID-19 Era: Benjamin Vann, Impact Ventures Founder

On this episode, we interview Benjamin Vann, Founder and CEO of Impact Ventures, a startup accelerator with a mission to eliminate the social and economic barriers for underrepresented Women and Entrepreneurs of Color launching high-growth businesses and social enterprises. We talk about the new COVID-19 era and how it is impacting underrepresented businesses and how minority-owned businesses can push through this pandemic with a plan to succeed.

--MAY 3
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Ep. 10: Business & Inclusion in the COVID-19 Era: Benjamin Vann, Impact Ventures Founder

Ep. 10: Lessons on Faith and Business, Founder Story, Adrian Herrera, A1-Films

We are excited to launch a new episode of SEGUCATED featuring Adrian Herrera, founder of A1-Films (https://www.a1-films.com/). Join us for a candid conversation as we dive deep into faith, business, marriage and more!

--APR 24
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Ep. 10: Lessons on Faith and Business, Founder Story, Adrian Herrera, A1-Films

Exonerated Central Park 5's Kevin Richardson Interview: SEGUCATED Episode 9

Welcome to another episode of SEGUCATED! Our founder and CEO, Sheila Ellis-Glasper, had the distinct honor to interview Mr. Kevin D. Richardson, one-fifth of the Central Park 5 now Exonerated 5, as the moderator for Kansas State University’s Black Student Union’s Black History Month Keynote event. For those of you who might know his story, and for some of you who may not , he actually had his story portrayed on Netflix in the mini-series “When They See Us” (https://www.netflix.com/title/80200549) just last year. This film has won awards and it's definitely caused a lot of conversations all over the world. So, we're going to do things a little bit differently for this episode, and we are going to playback that interview and we hope that you're inspired and empowered by the message of strength and perseverance that Mr. Richardson has to share with us. Listen below!

38 minMAR 1
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Exonerated Central Park 5's Kevin Richardson Interview: SEGUCATED Episode 9

Ep. 8: The Modern Mompreneur: Balancing Motherhood & Business

Raising a child and a business is hard work! Our guest, KayLee Proctor, owner of Little Apple Doulas, offers advice on balancing it all, creating your village, carving out time for self-care and more! Listen in for tips on building the family and business

44 min2019 MAY 13
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Ep. 8: The Modern Mompreneur: Balancing Motherhood & Business

Ep. 7: What Happens When you Combine Real Estate & Philanthropy with Cameron Ward, Alms Group owner

In this episode of SEGUCATED, we sit down with Cameron Ward, founder of The Alms Group Real Estate and Philanthropy. Cameron offers advice for aspiring entrepreneurs and shares how he started his real estate company, The Alms Group, which gives 100% of po

51 min2019 APR 15
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Ep. 7: What Happens When you Combine Real Estate & Philanthropy with Cameron Ward, Alms Group owner

Latest Episodes

Ep. 16: Engineering a Dream, Business and Family. How One Family Built a Multi-Seven Figure Business in under 3 years

In this episode of SEGUCATED, Open Minds’ owners Alicia and Abdul Yahaya discuss collectivism with Open Minds’ families, engineering a different approach to childcare, while balancing a growing family, business and marriage. Learn more about Open Minds Child Development center here:https://openmindscdc.com/ (https://openmindscdc.com/).

23 minJUL 15
Comments
Ep. 16: Engineering a Dream, Business and Family. How One Family Built a Multi-Seven Figure Business in under 3 years

Ep. 15: Black Economics 101 with Dell Gines, Federal Reserves Bank of Kansas City on SEGUCATED.

Black Business Matters. We talk about WHY on our latest episode. Dell Gines, senior community development advisor for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City – Omaha Office addresses one of our most pressing barriers to achieving equality: The Racial Wealth Gap. We dive into building and supporting black businesses and a roadmap for economic success in this COVID-19 era. Learn more about Mr. Gines’ work athttps://www.iamdellgines.com/ (https://www.iamdellgines.com/?fbclid=IwAR0fIrV-sLCiXkx5Cvk2ncQpHQDXVbd71r4uUEMqyu8TMm40sl7XsViTOvs). Visit the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City:https://www.kansascityfed.org/. (https://www.kansascityfed.org/) Additional stats:

47 minJUL 3
Comments
Ep. 15: Black Economics 101 with Dell Gines, Federal Reserves Bank of Kansas City on SEGUCATED.

Ep. 14, Building Community for Black Women Entrepreneurs

On this episode of SEGUCATED, we sit down with Makisha Boothe, founder Sistahbiz Global Network (https://www.sistah.biz/)and discuss how she's built a community for black female entrepreneurs. Makisha drops some amazing business tips and nuggets in this interview. You don't want to miss out. Learn more about Sistahbiz here: https://www.sistah.biz/ (https://www.sistah.biz/.)

22 minJUN 9
Comments
Ep. 14, Building Community for Black Women Entrepreneurs

Founder Story, Bayo Adio, AdioFit: SEGUCATED episode 13

Bayo Adio, owner of AdioFit (https://www.adiofit.com/), a group personal training business with a niche that is focused on the busy professional and busy moms. We chat about how he started, a few marketing tips and tricks he’s used to build his business and pivot successfully in the COVID-19 era.

40 minJUN 3
Comments
Founder Story, Bayo Adio, AdioFit: SEGUCATED episode 13

Founder Story, Fanny Fang, Manhattan Asian Market: SEGUCATED Episode 12

On this episode of SEGUCATED, we sit down with Fanny Fang, community leader, activist and co-owner of the Manhattan Asian Market, as she discusses pivoting their traditional brick-and-mortar business during COVID-19, servant and community leadership and her journey from the Big Apple to the little Apple plus a very special announcement!

--MAY 24
Comments
Founder Story, Fanny Fang, Manhattan Asian Market: SEGUCATED Episode 12

Ep. 10: Business & Inclusion in the COVID-19 Era: Benjamin Vann, Impact Ventures Founder

On this episode, we interview Benjamin Vann, Founder and CEO of Impact Ventures, a startup accelerator with a mission to eliminate the social and economic barriers for underrepresented Women and Entrepreneurs of Color launching high-growth businesses and social enterprises. We talk about the new COVID-19 era and how it is impacting underrepresented businesses and how minority-owned businesses can push through this pandemic with a plan to succeed.

--MAY 3
Comments
Ep. 10: Business & Inclusion in the COVID-19 Era: Benjamin Vann, Impact Ventures Founder

Ep. 10: Lessons on Faith and Business, Founder Story, Adrian Herrera, A1-Films

We are excited to launch a new episode of SEGUCATED featuring Adrian Herrera, founder of A1-Films (https://www.a1-films.com/). Join us for a candid conversation as we dive deep into faith, business, marriage and more!

--APR 24
Comments
Ep. 10: Lessons on Faith and Business, Founder Story, Adrian Herrera, A1-Films

Exonerated Central Park 5's Kevin Richardson Interview: SEGUCATED Episode 9

Welcome to another episode of SEGUCATED! Our founder and CEO, Sheila Ellis-Glasper, had the distinct honor to interview Mr. Kevin D. Richardson, one-fifth of the Central Park 5 now Exonerated 5, as the moderator for Kansas State University’s Black Student Union’s Black History Month Keynote event. For those of you who might know his story, and for some of you who may not , he actually had his story portrayed on Netflix in the mini-series “When They See Us” (https://www.netflix.com/title/80200549) just last year. This film has won awards and it's definitely caused a lot of conversations all over the world. So, we're going to do things a little bit differently for this episode, and we are going to playback that interview and we hope that you're inspired and empowered by the message of strength and perseverance that Mr. Richardson has to share with us. Listen below!

38 minMAR 1
Comments
Exonerated Central Park 5's Kevin Richardson Interview: SEGUCATED Episode 9

Ep. 8: The Modern Mompreneur: Balancing Motherhood & Business

Raising a child and a business is hard work! Our guest, KayLee Proctor, owner of Little Apple Doulas, offers advice on balancing it all, creating your village, carving out time for self-care and more! Listen in for tips on building the family and business

44 min2019 MAY 13
Comments
Ep. 8: The Modern Mompreneur: Balancing Motherhood & Business

Ep. 7: What Happens When you Combine Real Estate & Philanthropy with Cameron Ward, Alms Group owner

In this episode of SEGUCATED, we sit down with Cameron Ward, founder of The Alms Group Real Estate and Philanthropy. Cameron offers advice for aspiring entrepreneurs and shares how he started his real estate company, The Alms Group, which gives 100% of po

51 min2019 APR 15
Comments
Ep. 7: What Happens When you Combine Real Estate & Philanthropy with Cameron Ward, Alms Group owner
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