Margaret Taribo is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is the CEO of Distinct Family Services Ltd, an independent business service working with individual, statutory and voluntary services to support and empower individuals, parents, and young people in the community with respect to their social, economic and emotional wellbeing. She started working in the community over 16 years ago through volunteering and has worked as a community development and youth worker and later a parent development coordinator. She is currently project lead for a parent led voluntary group that provides holiday activities for families who have little or no support and is involved in a small action group working to support families with ‘no recourse to public funds’. Margaret is very passionate about what she does and for her nothing is greater than the discovery of one’s purpose. Listen to Margaret share her journey of purpose and be inspired to find your place.
Angela Cudger is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is an award-winning international speaker and coach, a top wellness expert, and founder of Legacy Holistic Health Institute, the only accredited black-owned institute for health coaches in the United States of America. She has been styled the Queen of Wellness, and rightly too. Angela is a walking wealth of information and teaches women entrepreneurs a full circle approach to wellness that has allowed them experience exponential growth in their businesses. As a devout vegan, she endorses the use of whole foods, nutrient dense sources to steer focus, drive creativity and increase productivity in business. She has an impressive background in modern medicine, holistic nutrition, physical fitness and spirituality. Listen as Angela takes us on her journey to becoming an accomplished wellness expert. Be inspired to pursue your dreams and rise to the top in your business and career.
Nefertiti Fisher is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is Founder and CEO of Beautiful One Inc. and Beautiful One Has Come Inc. Nefertiti is passionate about helping brand new startups and small businesses make their unique thumbprint in the business world. She is also an anointed ministry leader, author, personal and business development coach, wife to a United States Marine and mother. Through her not for profit organization, Beautiful One Has Come Inc. she mentors, trains, and empowers young women to know who they are, to be proud of their talents, and be beautiful! She lives by the mantra: standards are meant to be raised not lowered and never shrink yourself to make others feel comfortable with your gift and who you are. In this interview, she shares the devastating effects of diming our lights to let others shine. Listen to Nefertiti and be inspired to be unapologetic about your dreams and visions.
Zena Ibhawoh is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is an innovative legal practitioner with seventeen years’ experience in legal practice. She possesses expertise in capital markets, regulatory compliance, contract negotiations, deal structuring, pensions, company secretarial practice and general corporate and commercial law. She is passionate about helping women and has worked towards the protection of the rights of a low-income mother in tort and criminal cases instituted on her behalf. She is in addition a writer with several publications including, one titled, “Business, Pregnant Women and the Law.” In this interview Zena shares with us her journey to become a lawyer, how the career has transformed her life and how she successfully juggles it with family life. She leaves women with some powerful financial advice which includes goal setting. Where do you see yourself in five years time? Listen to Zena and be inspired to design your future.
Demetria Buie is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a mother, life-story coach, publisher, event host, magazine owner and mentor. She was raised in a small town in Louisiana and by the time she reached eighteen, had experienced many hardships, which rendered her homeless, unforgiving, depressed, and suicidal. She was a high school drop-out, but a strong desire to better her life caused her to return to school and earn her GED after which she began attending John Tyler Community College, studying acting. She is author of over thirty books including the book titled, Refuse To Lose. In this interview, Demetria opens up on the many challenges she has faced; from a mother who did not want or love her, to a father who was an alcoholic. And from a school system and teachers that gave up on her stating that she would amount to nothing, to an uncle who tried to rape her. Demetria saw it all, conquered it all, and shares her story to give hope to other women. Listen to Demetria and be inspired to get up and win! Because you can!
Becky Olodo is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is the Director of Image Branding Consultancy Ltd, a company focused on providing business and personal branding, image management services, workshops and training services. She is a lecturer in higher education with over a decade’s experience in teaching and a member – Board of Trustee & Convenor of Diaspora Leadership Mentoring Summit. Becky is author of the book, ‘Our Miracle’ and the record-breaking book titled: ‘What!!! African Food! Healthy Lifestyle? You’ve Got to Be Kidding Me!’. She is passionate about significantly affecting lives and helping people achieve their goals. Listen as Becky shares her love for what she does and leaves some tips for the woman who wants to brand herself. Image is everything. Be inspired to stand out!
Christine Reidhead is the guest in this episode of DOZ Show. She is a Humanitarian, Professor and Podcaster. As a humanitarian, she is the Founder and CEO of the Nonprofit Organization, AfrikRising, which provides critical resources to the children of Africa who face starvation, educational limitations, and health disparities. A Silicon Valley review has named AfrikRising one of top 50 fastest growing companies in 2019. She also sits on the Board for Habitat for Humanity and Family Promise of Albuquerque and hosts her own podcasts which focus on nonprofits and advocacy amongst other topics. She is Assistant Professor of Business, a Business and Education Department Chair and Faculty Vice President. Listen as Christine shares her journey of transforming her life at the age of 28 by choosing to get an education and how she seeks to provide others with access to education so they can achieve their dreams. Be inspired to dream big!