From Corporate Finance to Professional Basketball Player in Australia: How This Black Girl from Inglewood California Made the Leap Abroad
In episode 25, I interview Valerie Weyland (formerly Valerie Ogoke). Valerie is an explorer at heart, always open to what life may bring. She is a business owner, meditation facilitator, health + wellness coach, and a reiki healer.
In episode 24 of Black Broads Abroad I interview Meryanne Loum-Martin. Merryanne lives in Marrakech, Morrocco where she owns and operates a boutique hotel called “Jnane Tamsna” for almost 20 years.
Why This TV Producer Left Her High Powered NYC Career To Build An Interior Design Lifestyle Store In Tulum Mexico
In episode 23 of Black Broads Abroad, I interview Dominique Michelle Bragg. Dominique was born in Hollywood Hills, California, and was raised in the Cheviot Hills area of Los Angeles.
Why This Retired Army Sergeant Pulled Her Children Out Of Their Hollywood Acting Careers And Moved To Ghana
In episode 22, of Black Broads Abroad I interview, Tiffany Clark. Tiffany aka Yaa ahgee-mahn Opambour, Ohenee’ Yere’, is a retired disabled war veteran, that materialized her goal of leaving the “United” States in 2019.
Why This Attorney Turned Educator Decided To Leave The Divided States And Raise Her Children Overseas
In episode 21 of Black Broads Abroad I interview Truth Smith. Truth currently works at The International School of Tanganyika (IST) as a Secondary Learning Support Teacher, located in the coastal Tanzanian city of Dar es Salaam.
Why This Reality Star Serial Entrepreneur Left Her Marriage And Business Behind To Start A New Life In West Africa
Dana Cody is a reality star, serial entrepreneur, author and now expat, who resides between Ghana and Nigeria. The Miami born beauty who is equal parts brain and hustler was first introduced to the world as a Reality Star.
In episode 19, I interview Stephanie Claytor. Stephanie is the author of Blacktrekking: My Journey Living in Latin America a riveting, coming-of-age story profiling Stephanie’s decision to move to a foreign country by herself not just once but twice.
In episode 18, I interview Tomara Watkins. Tomara is the Founder of Loza Tam, an eCommerce brand of satin-lined headwraps that are handcrafted in Ghana by women entrepreneurs.
How This Musical Theater Major Landed A Dream Job In International Diplomacy And Events Planning In Saudi Arabia
In episode 17 I interview Alexis DeBerry. Alexis is a driven event planner and producer with extensive expertise in corporate, social events and diplomatic relations.
In episode 16, I interview Kenna L Williams, who founded a travel company of the same name in 2017. For years, she conducted the infamous trademarked Dubai Blackout trips as a hobby but friends convinced her to turn her passion of showing people the world into