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Funke Oladele is the founder of Beyond Africa Magazine. An Entrepreneur, Writer, Public Speaker, Health Professional, and Mentor who is passionate about success inspiration and helping people achieve the best version of themselves.

7. Meet Dr. Tola T’Sarumi, a Psychiatrist and Fellow at Harvard, whose life experiences propelled to become a Doctor.

In this Episode, Dr. Tola discusses the following; –        How and when she knew she wanted to become a doctor –        How her personal experiences and challenges contributed to her decision to choose psychiatry  –        How the stigma associated with mental health is a barrier to…

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6. Finding Opportunities and Hope Amidst COVID-19 Crisis and How BAM Podcast Launched during the Lockdown

This is BAM Podcast’s first Solo Episode and sixth episode, where I, your host, Funke Oladele bring a message of hope and encouragement to my listeners audience amidst the COVID-19 crisis.  In this episode, I share; –        What I have been able to do during the COVID-19 Lockdown period –     …

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4: How Licensed Masters Social Worker (LMSW), Jonathan Baiden honed in on his entrepreneurial skills and mindset to start a Social Service Agency.

In this 4th Episode of BAM podcast, the guest featured is Jonathan Kwaku Baiden, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the Founder of Baiden & Associates, a social service agency that specializes in supervised visitation to ensure the safety of children.  Johnathan discusses the following points in this episode,  –          How…

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5: How Jummy Ogunyemi, the Founder of Glammed Naturally Oil Started Mixing Organic Oils and Hair Products that has Helped Thousands of Women Across the Globe.

The guest featured in this 5th Episode of BAM podcast is Jummy Ogunyemi, the founder of Glammednaturallyoil, a company that produces organic hair products to improve hair and has proven to help thousands of woman around the world. Jummy has a Masters degree in Law but has channeled her passion into entrepreneurship as she found…

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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 honors minority men who are making positive impact in their communities, nation, and globally. MIC also coaches young boys to develop positive values that will propel them toward being successful…

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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 Education Consulting Company  Henry went from being a High School teacher to owning his own company that focuses on investing in students toprepare them for college, starting from the 6th…

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Amara Enyia, the Chicago Mayoral Candidate Endorsed by Chance, the Rapper.

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 University Park, Illinois. Enyia earned Ph.D in Education Policy and a law Degree focused on international and environmental law from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Enyia, has worked…

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25 Lessons Learned from Paddy Adenuga’s Battle to Acquire Chevron Netherlands.

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. This was an exceptionally inspiring and well written story with many lessons to learn. This article highlights 25 major lessons learned from Paddy’s story as listed below; Don’t be comfortable…

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OjaExpress- The Ethnic Food Delivery app.

Please tell us about yourself, background and education My name is Boyede Sobitan. I was born and raised in Chicago Illinois but my parents are originally from Nigeria. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in nursing and Master’s in Health Administration from the University of Illinois-Chicago. What is Oja Express and how did it come…

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