How Viola Llewellyn Co-founded an Award-Winning Fintech Company Focused on Financial Inclusion and Growth in Africa and Beyond.
In this 20th Episode of BAM Podcast, the guest interviewed is Viola Llewellyn, the co-founder and President of Ovamba Solutions, Inc. Ovamba Solutions Inc. is
BAM Podcast features Bunmi Akintomide, a Systems Specialist Manager at Salesforce and Entrepreneur. He is the founder of Indy Black Millenials, Shop black Indy, and
This 18th Episode of BAM Podcast is about Social Entrepreneur, Aisha Addo. She is the founder of Power to Girls, a Non-profit organization that focuses
This Episode on BAM Podcast is about Business Coach and Online Marketing Strategist, Sandra Kemayou. She has a master’s degree in Psychology and worked a
The guest featured in this 16th Episode of BAM Podcast is Fatima Sesay, Journalist and PR Strategist. She is the Founder of Inside the Diaspora
How Dr. Prince Ellis’ Dedication to Community Service led to his appointment as a Commissioner to the Ohio New African Immigrants Commission.
This is Episode 15 of the BAM Podcast, featuring Dr. Prince Ellis, a Ghanaian-American Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati Ohio, founder of PERN
Healthrepreneur Series Finale: How Dr. Una, CEO of Award Winning Pediatric Practice Helps Physicians Build and Sustain Profitable Businesses.
In this Final Episode of the Healthrepreneur Series, Dr. Nneka Unachukwu , Pediatrician and CEO of award winning practice, Ivy Leaque Pediatrics in Lawrenceville, Georgia
Healthrepreneur Series Part 2: How Dr. Solawon’s Determination to Excel in the Nursing Field Propelled her to Open her Private Practice
This is the Part 2 of the Healthrepreneur Series on BAM Podcast, which features Dr. Dami Solawon, a Doctor of Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, the
Healthrepreneur Series Part 1: How Dr. Eji Shobowale Decided to Open Her Private Practice Shortly After Residency.
This the 1st Episode in the Healthrepreneur Series on BAM podcast, which features Dr. Eji Shobowale, a Podiatrist who shares her story through undergrad, medical
This 11th Episode is a solo Episode where I, your host, Funke Oladele celebrate 3months since launching BAM Podcast and introduce the Upcoming “Healthrepreneur” Series.
This is Episode 10 of the BAM Podcast and the guest interviewed is Mohamed (Momo) Dione, an Actor. Momo shares details about his journey to
9. How the Founder of Omolewa Cosmetics and Fruit Art USA, Irene Dele-Adejumo Started her Make Up Brand with $2500 and how Investing in Herself as a Chef has led to being Featured on National Television.
This is Episode 9 of the BAM Podcast, the guest featured is Irene Dele-Adejumo, Founder of Omolewa Cosmetics and Chef/founder of Fruit Art USA. Irene
8. How Osayi Lasisi, an Attorney and Author Found Passion in Helping Businesses Grow and Pivot through Digital Marketing.
This is Episode 8 of the BAM Podcast which features guest, Osayi Lasisi, an Attorney, a Digital Marketer, and a Podcaster (Co-host on Another Perspective
7. Meet Dr. Tola T’Sarumi, a Psychiatrist and Fellow at Harvard, whose life experiences propelled to become a Doctor.
– How and when she knew she wanted to become a doctor – How her personal experiences and challenges
3: How Sonnie Njau, Founder of Men Impact Change Honors Minority Men of Excellence through her Non-Profit Organization.
The guest featured in this 3rd episode of the BAM podcast is Sonnie Njau, the Founder of Men Impact Change (MIC), a 501c Organization that
2: How Henry Keculah went from being a Teacher to Starting an Education Consulting Company with $500 and by Winning Pitch Competitions ranging from $1K- $30K.
This is the 2nd Episode and first interview on The BAM podcast and the guest featured is Henry Keculah, Founder and CEO of 4.0.GPA, an
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Amara Enyia, 35, is a candidate in the Chicago mayoral election. She is the daughter of Nigerian Immigrants, was born in Baltimore Maryland and raised
In recent times, Paddy Adenuga, son of Nigerian Business Magnate, Mike Adenuga shared his experience attempting to acquire the Chevron of Netherlands at age 29.
Dr. Adeloye’s story exemplifies the possibility of achieving unimaginable success with tenacity against all odds. This interview covers an amazing woman’s inspirational story of “Total Grace.” as
My name is Kola Olaosebikan, I consider myself as an Internet entrepreneur. I’m a Vlogger at http://www.betamotivation.com, Editor at http://www.kobokofitness.com, and a Contributor at http://www.naijachef.com I am also
29-yr-old Alexis Oladipo from Hackney, East London graduated with a degree in Media and Culture from Roehampton University but found it difficult to get the
“This business will try to convince you that you’re not enough, that you’re not pretty enough, thin enough, talented enough, interesting enough, experienced enough, and
“I wake up every day now just thinking, how can I do more good for humanity?”- Emmanuel Wonder Emmanuel Adewole, popularly known as Emmanuel Wonder is
Dr. Foyekemi Ikyaator is a 31-year old Nigerian who was raised in the United States. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
Chukwunonso Ofili is an artist, entertainer (comedian), and a business owner. This young entrepreneur continues to gain fame on social media through his comedy group and
David Erasmus Kassiane is originally from Tanzania and currently resides in New York City. Despite his professional career as a healthcare executive, David has also
Yvonne Ruke Akpoveta is a multifaceted entrepreneur. She is also an Author, Speaker, Change Management Consultant and a Certified John Maxwell Leadership Coach. She is
“Start small, and then go big”…….Lara Daniels Olubunmi Akindebe, popularly known as Lara Daniels shares her challenges, successes, and goals, as a writer. What is
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie was born in the city of Enugu in Nigeria. She moved to the United States at Age 19 , received a bachelor’s
Ekeh told CNN money “I am leaning toward Yale.” 17-year old Harold Ekeh’s extraordinary accomplishment has been a news buzz recently following his interview with CNN
“You are the water you seek”….. I am H2O In a face-to-face interview with Juliana Fashanu, the founder of IAMH2O, Beyond Africa Magazine’s correspondent was
” My passion was always to come up with something that wouldn’t save my father, since he’d already passed away, but may save somebody else’s
“FORBES AFRICA, working with FORBES magazine in the U.S., calculates that Rabiu’s stake in his commodities and cement empire, plus his real estate holdings in