Host Marsha Jews speaks with journalist, author, and public speaker Claire Shipman; writer, director, play producer, and survivor leader and trainer Stacy Jewell; and Robert J. Benz, who is responsible for policy, programming and strategic development at Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives.
The Ladies of Listen up bring you a conversation about entrepreneurship. They speak with Derrick Muhammad about diversity in entrepreneurship. Then, Percy Addo of Insource LLC talks about the hustle, struggle, and success of becoming a young entrepreneur. Davy J, owner of Lunch Table, also joins the conversation.
RelationSHIFT Experience host Changa Bell spends the hour honoring two amazing women of Baltimore: Jamie McDonald and Sheldona Stokes.
Jamie McDonald is the CEO of Generosity Consulting, and Chair of Baltimore’s Light City festival. Shelonda Stokes is a graduate of Morgan State University's Electrical Engineering program, the CEO and producer of GREIBO media, and a curator and organizer for the African American Heritage festival.
Host Faraji Muhammad opens the show with highlights from last week’s HBCUs Night in Annapolis Prep Rally. Muhammad reported live from the rally, and spoke with a few student leaders. Then, a Women’s History Month segment with Nerra Muhammad, the sports report on Rolling with Ramos.
This week on the RelationSHIFT Experience, host Changa Bell does Life coaching, live in studio! Bell will discuss tools such as S.M.A.R.T Goal Development, The Circle of Influence, Motivational Interviewing, and Powerful Questions to help guide you to your personal destination of success or happiness.