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Five Things with Angie B is a weekly podcast featuring interviews with industry leaders, movers & shakers, and entertainers. We ask five questions and engage in conversations that we hope will inspire and enlighten listeners, especially millennials, who want to discover a new passion, be more creative, engage their communities, or launch a side hustle.

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S3- E29 Tony Tiyou Renewable Energy Expert

Our month of all things sustainability continues. This week’s guest is Tony Tiyou joining from London. Tony is the Founder of Renewables in Africa (RiA) which is a clean energy company, providing project origination and project development services, as well as market insights. I call Tony Mr. BBC because he is a regular contributor to several programs on the network. In addition to being an entrepreneur, he is also a published author and public speaker who believes in changing the world through clean energy solutions. In this episode, we talk about his renewable energy career, progress in the renewable energy industry, and much more! Read his full bio here.

S3- E28 Daniel Kleinman Founder of the Seaworthy Collective

Our month of all things sustainability kicks off with Daniel Kleinman, the founder of the Seaworthy Collective, a 501c3 created to empower a community of current and aspiring ocean innovators and entrepreneurs known as Sea Change Makers. In this episode, we discuss the origins of Seaworthy Collective, the blue economy, empathy in ocean conservation, and much more. Read his full bio here.

December's Theme- Sustainability

December’s theme is everything to do with sustainability. I am so excited about the guests this month! We will be discussing ocean conservation, renewable energy, climate change, how you can get more involved, and much more! If you are passionate about sustainability you will love this month. 

S3- E27 Cassandra Rosa: Discovering Clarity

Cassandra is an intuitive life coach and clarity creator. She helps millennials find the clarity they need to create their dream life and business. In this week’s episode, Cassandra discusses finding (but actually rediscovering) clarity and the role thankfulness and gratitude play in that process.

S3- E26 Lasana Smith- Manifesting What You Want

If you want to manifest what you want in life, then one thing you must absolutely do is ignore your reality. Marketing and advertising powerhouse Lasana Smith is on the show today to talk about why and how that works. She shares insights on how everyone, can use the power of manifestation to attract more of the things we do, and less of the things we don’t want in our lives.  This is a longer than usual podcast, but we cover a lot of ground, including how to use the power of manifestation when life seems to be stacked against you. Read her bio here.

S3- E25 Tab Pierce: From Wreckage to Triumph

Tab Pierce is the author of Upsurge: Wreckage to Triumph; Rebuilding Your Personal and Business Life.  Tab was on the show this week to talk about how overcame a colossal business failure. From $750,000 in debt and depression, Tab is here to share his story of how he bounced back, and provide some advice on how others can do it too. Read his full bio here.

S3- Exciting update!

I have an exciting update and you can read a bit more about it here and then tune in!

S3- E24 Jared Schachter: Breaking free from the 9 to 5 job grind

Are you tired of your 9 to 5 job? Do you wish you could break free and do something else? This week my guest is Jared Schachter. Jared is an entrepreneur, investor, and remote worker. He started his career as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company after which he spent a couple of years at Uber where he led their global accessibility program from the San Francisco headquarters. After getting tired of large organizations and the 9-5 grind, he decided to branch off and do his own freelance consulting and that led him to his ideal job. In this episode, Jared shares his story and offers very practical advice to inspire you to finally break free. Read his full bio here. 

S3- E23 Top five travel resources and apps for the times

Today’s episode is a bit different because I don’t have a guest. The reason for that is because I wanted to dedicate this episode to travel, which will be a big theme next month. Traveling is difficult to do right now, especially internationally but that shouldn’t stop my fellow travelers from getting inspired about the next trip. So this week, I am sharing five of my top travel apps and resources that are making me excited about packing my suitcase.

S3- E22 Alexia Georghiou

My guest this week is Alexia Georghiou and we talk about optimism during challenging times and explore how a positive attitude can help us stay on track when life events try to derail us. Want to know how you can be more positive every day? Alexia provides practical tips and much more!  Alexia is the Founder & Principal Consultant at The Resilient Pathway and she is on a mission to innovate with individuals, community leaders, businesses, corporations, and government entities to create change that impacts our overall well-being as a community. Read her full bio here.

S3- E21 Abebe Lewis

This is a surprise episode! Today I am speaking with the one and only Abebe Lewis about the 2020 Launch Music Awards! I am so excited to have him on the show and appreciate him taking the time out of his very busy schedule. The Launch Music Awards (LMA) is taking place this Labor Day weekend and will be a can’t miss event! The super-star packed award show will honor the late Betty Wright, Flo Rida, Pitbull, DJ Khaled, Inner Circle, and 2 Live Crew. The LMA’s will be awarding these legends with an Icon Award for their incredible musical contribution. Get the full details here.

S3- E20 Marisa Lengor

My guest this week is Marisa Senya Lengor. Marisa is Sierra Leonean-American writer and high school English teacher who enjoys holding space to learn, grow, and become shaken out of our comfort zones. In this episode, we talk about meaningful risks, divine appointments, and why we should all be taking more of them in our lives! We also touch on a few other current event topics including the role of policy in the Covid-19 back to school debate and why the topic is so toxic. Read her full bio here.

S3- E19 Satya Patel

Career paths are not always linear. You might start off in one field and end up in something completely different. We are kicking off the new season with Satya Chheda Patel. Satya is the Director of Career Content at Teal where she leads curriculum design for their career programs for job seekers, career transitioners, and professionals seeking career growth. Satya shares the story of her various career transitions and how that led her to her dream job.
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S2-E18 Christian Hernandez

My guest this week is Christian Hernandez AKA The Miami God. Christian is a  vocalist, dancer/choreographer, actor/director and he is highly active in the performing arts community. As a Director of Communications for the revolutionizing organization, Leading With Love, he is a full-on advocate for education, female empowerment, human rights, and community engagement. On this much needed lighthearted episode, Christian and I talk about Leading with Love, the importance of the arts in our lives, and how all of us can tap more into our creative side. Read his full bio here.

Please note the first few minutes had a few sound issues but the sound definitely gets better. Christian has been so kind about my issue. Thank you! 

S2-E17 Commissioner Andreana Jackson

​Excited to have my first politician on the show! Commissioner Andreana Jackson is my guest this week and we are talking about politics, the justice system, George Floyd, November elections, the need for more humanity and so much more! The podcast is longer than usual, but we cover a lot of ground. How do we move on as a society? What can American’s do to serve their communities? When is this going to stop? What will happen next? We welcome your comments.

S2-E16 Beverley Harris-Alvarez

The guest this week is filmmaker, producer, and director Beverley Harris-Alvarez. Beverley’s journey into filmmaking is an inspirational story of pursuing your dreams when negative people and ageism try to keep you down.  For more than 30 years, Beverley worked in various industries. She was a General Accountant, Licensed Insurance Adjuster, Marketing Manager, Logistic Manager, and Purchasing Manager. In 2007, she went back to school to pursue my passion of Film Making.  If you think it’s too late for you to pursue your dream, then tune in!

S2-E15 Lockdown Inspiration

This week we are trying something a bit different. There is no guest, so instead, Angie shares five pieces of content inspired by recent news and the lockdown. In today’s podcast, you will hear clips from two NASA Apollo missions, a breathtaking opera, and two poetry readings. If you have used this time of quarantine to catch up on reading, discover new music, or expand your perspectives, then you will enjoy today’s post. Please read the full notes of the podcast here.

S2-E14 Vincent Raffard

My guest today is Vincent Raffard. He is a French singer-songwriter and the founder of The French Horn Collective band. In addition to being a great musician, Vincent is also really inspiring.  On today’s show we talk about music, resilience and a near-death experience that reminded of him of the most important things in life. We also talk about following your dreams and how much work and effort it takes to make them come true.

S2-E13 Denise Jacobs

How do you deal with your inner critic? Is there a way to stop that voice in your head that keeps you from pursuing your dreams? Can we finally Banish our Inner Critic? This week Denise Jacobs answers these questions and much more. You don’t want to miss this!

Denise is a Speaker + Author + Creativity Evangelist who speaks at conferences and consults with companies worldwide. She is the author of Banish Your Inner Critic, the premier handbook on silencing fears to unleash creativity. As the Founder + CEO of The Creative Dose, she promotes techniques to unlock creativity and help people become engaged contributors, synergistic collaborators, and authentic leaders.  She is also the Head Instigator of The Creativity (R)Evolution, and the founder of Rawk The Web.

Also Denise will be speaking at this upcoming 100% free virtual event:  Speak Aid 2020-  April 20 through April 24

S2-E12 Shereen Campbell

These are unprecedented times and 2020 has been a rough time for a lot of people. My guest today is Shereen Campbell the Founder and Chief Wellness Officer of My Little Magic Shop and she is helping me make sense of what is going on. We cover a lot including:

  • 2020: What the hell is going on?
  • Why Mercury in retrograde gets a bad wrap
  • Saturn Return
  • A new way to get Calm AF

S2-E11 Author Kai Yaniz

Author Kai Yaniz did me the honor of coming on the podcast to talk about her two books, her journey to Becoming 2.0, passive income, being authentic and so much more! Want insights on how to step into your best self? Tune in!

S2-E10 Podcast Host Robert Yaniz Jr.

Do you love movies? If you do, then you are in for a treat! We have the creator and host of the Crooked Table podcast Robert Yaniz Jr.! I was honored to have been a guest on his show and thrilled that he agreed to be on mine! Robert shares insights into his early days of podcasting, the side hustle, finding your creative outlet, and much more!

S2-E9 Innovation City- Guest Spot

I was honored to have been a guest on Innovation City! Where I talk about communications strategy, the “why”, and recovering from worrying. Created and produced by SLAM! Agency in conjunction with Venture Cafe St. Louis and Venture Cafe Miami, Innovation City gives you an inside look at how rapidly business and culture are changing thanks to increasing diversity and inclusion, heightened creativity, and a stronger and better-connected business community.

S2-E8 The Crooked Table- Guest Spot

Hello! A few months ago, I had the opportunity to be a guest on the Crooked Table podcast! This podcast is dedicated solely to movies, and it is one of my favorite topics. It took me a while to post this because shortly after we recorded this podcast, several major life events happened back to back. I graduated from Georgetown University with a Masters and then lost my father a few days later. It’s been a few months now, and I’m back on track and have a few great posts I can’t wait to share. In the meantime, click the button to go directly to my episode.

S2-E7- DrinkTV Guests: Chris, Jared, and Zane!

Hello and thank you for tuning in! This week I had the chance to speak with Chris Burke, Jared Cotton and Zane Lamprey of DrinkTV! DrinkTV is a new streaming network that celebrates drink culture around the world. It was very fun to have these incredibly talented men on the show and you don’t want to miss their choices for the top 5 best cocktails of all time! You can read their impressive backgrounds here and more about the show here. 

S2-E6- Founder of Growth View- Christina Wehbe

Hello and thank you for tuning in! This week I had the opportunity to sit down with Christina Wehbe. Christina is the Founder of GrowthView a strategic column on social and economic impact for the Nigerian Business Day. Christina is also a partner at UrbanEmerge which specializes in impact investment and sustainable advisory services. Christina and I first met in Sierra Leone and I am thrilled she is sharing 5 things with us today about her incredible career so far and why she decided to start Growth View. You can read more about her here.

Welcome to Season 2!

Welcome to season 2! As you probably just noticed, I slightly tweaked the name of the show and in this week’s episode, I explain why. I hope you tune in to learn about five lessons I’ve learned about podcasting so far. I will also share some exciting guest updates.

S1-E5- Guest Spot- Marketing Integration Across All Platforms

[Guest Spot, Communications] Thank you for tuning in! This week I was a guest on the “Market Your Business Like A Pro” podcast. The host Ken Countess and I had a great conversation about approaching your marketing and communication strategy from a strategic, consistent and integrated approach. This podcast, and in all of Ken’s podcasts, have tips to help you grow your business which you can put to work right away.

S1-E4- Music Industry Sensation Mohamed Moretta

[Music, Celebrity] Thank you for tuning in! This week I had the opportunity to sit down with the one and only Mohamed Moretta. Mohamed is the mastermind behind “Just Kool” born from the world famous Kool and the Gang.  If you don’t know the name, yet, its ok because you definitely know the music.  Mohamed has worked on projects with an array of artists including Diana Ross, Rupaul, Gloria Estefan, Jennifer Paige, Marta Sanchez, Carlos Vives, Dolly Parton and Kool & The Gang. Read more here and listen below.

S1-E3- Crisis Communications, Golden Windows and ESG

Thank you for tuning in! This week I had the opportunity to sit down with Sally Curley, the CEO of Curley Global IR (CGIR), LLC, an Investor Relations (IR), Environmental-Social-Governance (ESG) Survey and Corporate Governance strategic advisory firm. From 2010 to 2017, she was named a top IR Officer in her industry by Institutional Investor Magazine. In this podcast, she shares five things you didn’t know about ESG, Crisis Communications and more.

S1-E2 Guest Spot-The Role of Podcasts in Education

This week I had the wonderful opportunity to be a guest on the PowerPress Podcast with host MacKenzie Bennett to talk about the role of podcasts in education. I am extremely passionate about this topic and believe podcasts are a valuable educational resource.  Click here to read the full description and listen in below.

S1-E1 Little Dreams Foundation- Phil Collins

Thank you for tuning in! This week I had the opportunity to sit down with Five-time GRAMMY® Award-winning iconic music legend Phil Collins and Orianne Collins, the philanthropist and designer of her jewelry company of the same name. Orianne and Phil are the co-founders of the Little Dream Foundation, and in this episode, they share five things we didn’t know about their organization!

Podcast Preview: Welcome!

Welcome to my podcast!  This podcast is your number one destination to learn five things you didn’t know from industry leaders and influencers plus get insights into how they effectively communicate with their audiences. Each week, guests from the worlds of communications, branding, philanthropy, business, sports, and entertainment will join me to share their five insights and much more! Click here to learn more or listen below.