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Created by Sheri Nicole, Black Woman Working is a podcast that informs, connects and protects the spirit, honor, and vulnerability of black women as they work on and through life's adversities and possibilities, while sharing their stories, growth, and accomplishments!

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...on educational entrepreneurship

This episode of Black Woman Working is focused “...on educational entrepreneurship.”Our guest is Dr. Davida Anderson. You will also hear a #BWW favorite and past cohost Dr. Constance Foreman, as she stopped by the table for a little time. Davida is the Founder and Executive Director of Strong Sister,Silly Sister, Inc., as well as a writer, life coach and motivational speaker. Davida will inspire you to create a legacy right where you are and affirms the importance of community building at educational institutions for retention and for the development of underrepresented and minority individuals. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

65 MIN2019 DEC 31
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...on educational entrepreneurship

Episode 9 Dedication

The December dedication is posted for @blackwomanwork... Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication of the December 31, 2019, podcast episode wraps up the 2019 3-part series on Black Women in entrepreneurship.” October focused on the makeup industry; November focused on the nail and spa industry; and December will focus on the concept of educational entrepreneurship. The featured guest is Dr. Davida Anderson, motivational speaker, life coach, writer, and founder and executive director of Strong Sister, Silly Sister, Inc. (SSSS). SSSS is a 501( c)(3) non-profit organization, whose goal is to encourage ethical behavior, academically, socially, spiritually, and professionally. The primary focus of the program is for African American young ladies entering their first-year of a collegiate environment. Strong Sister, Silly Sister is designed to encourage ladies to achieve academic success by choosing the right life brand, being their best self and impacting others to do the same. Topics include leadership, faith, sisterhood, health, appropriate sexual conduct, healthy relationships, appropriate dress for school, party and work. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

5 MIN2019 DEC 26
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Episode 9 Dedication

...on brand resiliency as a small business owner

This episode of Black Woman Working is focused “...on building resiliency as a small business owner.”Our guest is Mrs. Monica Abernathy, a small business order on the south sider of Chicago.Monica and her family owns A Polished Work, Nail Spa Lounge.Monica shares the importance of believing in your talents, pursuing your dreams and changing the narrative.Also as today, November 30, 2019, is Small Business Saturday, I hope you will get out and support your local businesses! For small business owners, their business is not just a business. To them, it is an extension of who they are. Giving the local businesses within your community a chance is crucial to not only their survival, but to give them an opportunity to win you over as a customer. This year, step out of your comfort zone and stop by your local bakery, coffee shop, or nail salon and support your neighborhood store. Shopping local matters because it affects the entire community. More money spent at local stores means more m...

55 MIN2019 DEC 1
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...on brand resiliency as a small business owner

Episode 8 Dedication

The November dedication is posted for @blackwomanwork ... Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication of the November 30, 2019, podcast episode is “...on entrepreneurship.” The featured guest is Monica Abernathy, @mon227 ... a successful business owner on the south side of Chicago. Six years ago, Monica anD her husband created A Polished Work Nail Salon and Lounge. @apolishedwork integrated Monica’s passion for nails, programming and building community. This business venture also allowed Monica to expose her daughters to ownership, diversity and the importance of generational wealth. Please check out the dedication and listen to the full episode posting November 30, 2019! This dedication and episode of @blackwomanwork also highlights the importance of living organ donation and for individuals to get tested to be placed on the donor registry. It’s time to gear from an amazingly talented #BWW who has taken ...

4 MIN2019 NOV 24
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Episode 8 Dedication

....on building your brand in a new space

This episode of # BWW is “...on entrepreneurship.” Moreso, this episode focuses on creating your brand within a new space. The featured guest is Rejae Clopton, @rejae_chanelle ... an up and coming talented MUA based out the Chicago land area. Rejae has taken a leap and has begun to use her natural talents, interests and passions to work... and is creating a path for herself in the MUA field. Please listen to the episode as Rejae shares how she decided to “leap” towards manifesting her dreams to work in special effects on a major production team and what she is doing now to ensure when that door opens, she is ready. And yes, we talk about makeup and moisturizers... but we also integrate family and faith into the overarching conversation of dream catching, career changing, and how to turn a defeat into a triumph. The door is closed for many of us and many are pacing the floor... hoping for more. Listen to Rejae’s story of how she opened the door and begin to recreate her next ste...

60 MIN2019 NOV 1
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....on building your brand in a new space

Episode 7 Dedication

The October dedication is posted for @blackwomanwork ... Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication of the October 31, 2019, podcast episode is “...on entrepreneurship.” The featured guest is Rejae Clopton, @rejae_chanelle ... an up and coming talented MUA based out the Chicago land area. Rejae has taken a leap and has begun to use her natural talents, interests and passions to work... and is creating a path for herself in the MUA field. Please check out the dedication and listen to the full episode posting October 31, 2019! This dedication and episode of @blackwomanwork is one you don’t want to miss...let’s start to believe in ourselves and our ideas and actualize then into a career! As the saying goes, “ If you don't have big dreams you'll end up working for someone who does!” It’s time to gear from an amazingly talented #BWW who has taken her idea out of her mind and put it to work! I hope this epi...

3 MIN2019 OCT 19
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Episode 7 Dedication

...on Dating: The Black Male Perspective

New Episode Posted! The topic of the September 30, 2019, podcast episode is “...on dating from the Black Male perspective.” The episode featured two BWW guest hosts, Crystal Koren and Dr. Constance Foreman, @ckorenp @dr_ccf . The BWW guest hosts engages 4 black men for nearly two hours around the concept of dating. Dr. C and Crystal Koren dived into how males have been conditioned to approach relationships. They clarified the differences between "Situationships and Relationships,” covered social media's influence on the dating process: sliding in the dm's, posting pics together, and more! You asked #blackwomanworking for it...and now we have delivered it! Enjoy this special double episode feature! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

105 MIN2019 OCT 1
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...on Dating: The Black Male Perspective

Episode 6 Dedication

Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication will post a week or a couple days before the episode. The topic of the September 30, 2019, podcast episode is “...on dating from the Black Male perspective.” The episode will feature two BWW guest hosts, Crystal Koren and Dr. Constance Foreman. The BWW guest hosts will create dialogue with a diverse group of men around the concept of dating. They are preparing to have a lively and honest discussion regarding the nuances of dating, companionship, and marriage. Dr. C and Crystal Koren will dive into how males have been conditioned to approach relationships. They plan to clarify the differences between "Situationships and Relationships", cover social media's influence on the dating process: sliding in the dm's, posting pics together, and when it's time to transition from IG and Snap chat to coffee shops and film festivals, and lastly what is needed to build and susta...

3 MIN2019 SEP 20
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Episode 6 Dedication

...on Financial Health and Wealth

Episode 5 is posted for @blackwomanwork will share the conversation with Danielle Davis, a great friend, colleague and financial educator. Danielle, known on all social media platforms as the Financial Freedom Educator shared her tips and tools toward a healthier relationship with personal finances. In the episode, I was able to ask Danielle about positive and negative generational lessons, ways to get on top of credit card debt and even some side hustles. Additionally, Danielle is offering all listeners of this podcast a 10% discount for her services throughout the month of August. So please enjoy, listen and afterwards reach out to to Danielle Davis, the Financial Freedom Educator and the guest of this episode of Black woman Working…on Financial Health and Wealth. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

50 MIN2019 AUG 1
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...on Financial Health and Wealth

Episode 5 Dedication

Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication will post a week or a couple days before the episode. The topic of the July 31, 2019, podcast episode is “...on financial health and wealth.” The featured presenter, Danielle J. Davis, is a recognized and proclaimed financial freedom educator. Danielle has helped countless individuals decrease personal debt and increase personal and financial happiness. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

5 MIN2019 JUL 21
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Episode 5 Dedication

Latest Episodes

...on educational entrepreneurship

This episode of Black Woman Working is focused “...on educational entrepreneurship.”Our guest is Dr. Davida Anderson. You will also hear a #BWW favorite and past cohost Dr. Constance Foreman, as she stopped by the table for a little time. Davida is the Founder and Executive Director of Strong Sister,Silly Sister, Inc., as well as a writer, life coach and motivational speaker. Davida will inspire you to create a legacy right where you are and affirms the importance of community building at educational institutions for retention and for the development of underrepresented and minority individuals. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

65 MIN2019 DEC 31
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...on educational entrepreneurship

Episode 9 Dedication

The December dedication is posted for @blackwomanwork... Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication of the December 31, 2019, podcast episode wraps up the 2019 3-part series on Black Women in entrepreneurship.” October focused on the makeup industry; November focused on the nail and spa industry; and December will focus on the concept of educational entrepreneurship. The featured guest is Dr. Davida Anderson, motivational speaker, life coach, writer, and founder and executive director of Strong Sister, Silly Sister, Inc. (SSSS). SSSS is a 501( c)(3) non-profit organization, whose goal is to encourage ethical behavior, academically, socially, spiritually, and professionally. The primary focus of the program is for African American young ladies entering their first-year of a collegiate environment. Strong Sister, Silly Sister is designed to encourage ladies to achieve academic success by choosing the right life brand, being their best self and impacting others to do the same. Topics include leadership, faith, sisterhood, health, appropriate sexual conduct, healthy relationships, appropriate dress for school, party and work. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

5 MIN2019 DEC 26
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Episode 9 Dedication

...on brand resiliency as a small business owner

This episode of Black Woman Working is focused “...on building resiliency as a small business owner.”Our guest is Mrs. Monica Abernathy, a small business order on the south sider of Chicago.Monica and her family owns A Polished Work, Nail Spa Lounge.Monica shares the importance of believing in your talents, pursuing your dreams and changing the narrative.Also as today, November 30, 2019, is Small Business Saturday, I hope you will get out and support your local businesses! For small business owners, their business is not just a business. To them, it is an extension of who they are. Giving the local businesses within your community a chance is crucial to not only their survival, but to give them an opportunity to win you over as a customer. This year, step out of your comfort zone and stop by your local bakery, coffee shop, or nail salon and support your neighborhood store. Shopping local matters because it affects the entire community. More money spent at local stores means more m...

55 MIN2019 DEC 1
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...on brand resiliency as a small business owner

Episode 8 Dedication

The November dedication is posted for @blackwomanwork ... Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication of the November 30, 2019, podcast episode is “...on entrepreneurship.” The featured guest is Monica Abernathy, @mon227 ... a successful business owner on the south side of Chicago. Six years ago, Monica anD her husband created A Polished Work Nail Salon and Lounge. @apolishedwork integrated Monica’s passion for nails, programming and building community. This business venture also allowed Monica to expose her daughters to ownership, diversity and the importance of generational wealth. Please check out the dedication and listen to the full episode posting November 30, 2019! This dedication and episode of @blackwomanwork also highlights the importance of living organ donation and for individuals to get tested to be placed on the donor registry. It’s time to gear from an amazingly talented #BWW who has taken ...

4 MIN2019 NOV 24
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Episode 8 Dedication

....on building your brand in a new space

This episode of # BWW is “...on entrepreneurship.” Moreso, this episode focuses on creating your brand within a new space. The featured guest is Rejae Clopton, @rejae_chanelle ... an up and coming talented MUA based out the Chicago land area. Rejae has taken a leap and has begun to use her natural talents, interests and passions to work... and is creating a path for herself in the MUA field. Please listen to the episode as Rejae shares how she decided to “leap” towards manifesting her dreams to work in special effects on a major production team and what she is doing now to ensure when that door opens, she is ready. And yes, we talk about makeup and moisturizers... but we also integrate family and faith into the overarching conversation of dream catching, career changing, and how to turn a defeat into a triumph. The door is closed for many of us and many are pacing the floor... hoping for more. Listen to Rejae’s story of how she opened the door and begin to recreate her next ste...

60 MIN2019 NOV 1
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....on building your brand in a new space

Episode 7 Dedication

The October dedication is posted for @blackwomanwork ... Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication of the October 31, 2019, podcast episode is “...on entrepreneurship.” The featured guest is Rejae Clopton, @rejae_chanelle ... an up and coming talented MUA based out the Chicago land area. Rejae has taken a leap and has begun to use her natural talents, interests and passions to work... and is creating a path for herself in the MUA field. Please check out the dedication and listen to the full episode posting October 31, 2019! This dedication and episode of @blackwomanwork is one you don’t want to miss...let’s start to believe in ourselves and our ideas and actualize then into a career! As the saying goes, “ If you don't have big dreams you'll end up working for someone who does!” It’s time to gear from an amazingly talented #BWW who has taken her idea out of her mind and put it to work! I hope this epi...

3 MIN2019 OCT 19
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Episode 7 Dedication

...on Dating: The Black Male Perspective

New Episode Posted! The topic of the September 30, 2019, podcast episode is “...on dating from the Black Male perspective.” The episode featured two BWW guest hosts, Crystal Koren and Dr. Constance Foreman, @ckorenp @dr_ccf . The BWW guest hosts engages 4 black men for nearly two hours around the concept of dating. Dr. C and Crystal Koren dived into how males have been conditioned to approach relationships. They clarified the differences between "Situationships and Relationships,” covered social media's influence on the dating process: sliding in the dm's, posting pics together, and more! You asked #blackwomanworking for it...and now we have delivered it! Enjoy this special double episode feature! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

105 MIN2019 OCT 1
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...on Dating: The Black Male Perspective

Episode 6 Dedication

Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication will post a week or a couple days before the episode. The topic of the September 30, 2019, podcast episode is “...on dating from the Black Male perspective.” The episode will feature two BWW guest hosts, Crystal Koren and Dr. Constance Foreman. The BWW guest hosts will create dialogue with a diverse group of men around the concept of dating. They are preparing to have a lively and honest discussion regarding the nuances of dating, companionship, and marriage. Dr. C and Crystal Koren will dive into how males have been conditioned to approach relationships. They plan to clarify the differences between "Situationships and Relationships", cover social media's influence on the dating process: sliding in the dm's, posting pics together, and when it's time to transition from IG and Snap chat to coffee shops and film festivals, and lastly what is needed to build and susta...

3 MIN2019 SEP 20
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Episode 6 Dedication

...on Financial Health and Wealth

Episode 5 is posted for @blackwomanwork will share the conversation with Danielle Davis, a great friend, colleague and financial educator. Danielle, known on all social media platforms as the Financial Freedom Educator shared her tips and tools toward a healthier relationship with personal finances. In the episode, I was able to ask Danielle about positive and negative generational lessons, ways to get on top of credit card debt and even some side hustles. Additionally, Danielle is offering all listeners of this podcast a 10% discount for her services throughout the month of August. So please enjoy, listen and afterwards reach out to to Danielle Davis, the Financial Freedom Educator and the guest of this episode of Black woman Working…on Financial Health and Wealth. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

50 MIN2019 AUG 1
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...on Financial Health and Wealth

Episode 5 Dedication

Each episode of Black Woman Working is inspired by an experience shared by or shared with Sheri Nicole. The dedication will post a week or a couple days before the episode. The topic of the July 31, 2019, podcast episode is “...on financial health and wealth.” The featured presenter, Danielle J. Davis, is a recognized and proclaimed financial freedom educator. Danielle has helped countless individuals decrease personal debt and increase personal and financial happiness. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blackwomanworking/message

5 MIN2019 JUL 21
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Episode 5 Dedication
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