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 on empowering girls with focus on mentorship. Aisha has recently developed a ride sharing service, Drive Her app which is tailored to women to promote safety and empowerment. Aisha is…Read More
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 few years in the mental health field before transitioning to become a Business Analyst. With an entrepreneurial mindset right from childhood, Sandra has ventured into several businesses over the years…Read More
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 Consulting, Co-founder of the African Professionals Network, and a member of the New African Immigrants Commision in the state of Ohio. Dr. Ellis is an Associate Professor of Economics and…Read More
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 shares her entrepreneurial journey. Dr. Una went from being a great clinician with no idea how to run a business to a serial entrepreneur. Armed with her depth of experience…Read More
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 CEO of Caring Hearts Medical Services in Houston Texas. In this Episode, Dr. Solawon shares the following; 1.) How her family background served as the foundation for being success-driven…Read More
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 school, residency, and the events leading up to starting her own practice. The details of the interview session are highlighted below; – How she started out college…Read More
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. These are the highlights discussed in this Episode; The process leading up to launching BAM Podcast How I launched BAM Podcast in the heat of COVID-19 and lockdown The tools…Read More
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 becoming an Actor as highlighted below; – How he discovered his passion for acting earlier on in life – How he had to convince his parents of his desire to…Read More
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 discusses; How her love for putting make-up on herself and others led to her to discover the need for darker shades of makeup for women with dark skin tones.How she…Read More