In this episode Dr. Key interviews Dr. Edirmanasinghe about her recent journey investing in NFTs. Dr. Natalie Edirmanasinghe is a counselor educator and has an NFT side hustle. She previously was a school counselor for seven years, working mostly outside of
In this episode our guest Kawana Baldwin “Eyelash Keene” shared her perspectives on generational wealth and her journey. In 2005, Kawana began her career with the Michigan Department of Corrections as a Parole Agent, then promoted to a Lead Agent, and
Dr. Omotayo Banjo joins Dr. Key to discuss black immigrant experiences in the United States. A child of Nigerian immigrants, Dr. Banjo is uniquely positioned to write, speak, and educate on topics related to social identity, and social perception, and cultural
Dr. Lynnette Moore joined Making It Plain to discuss black health challenges in the light of a pandemic and racism. Dr. Lynnette Moore, M.D., a physician and wholistic health coach, is board certified in family, internal and obesity medicine. She is passionate about
Dr. Lorie Johnson discusses black women maternal health and addresses issues of the increased rates in which women die during childbirth and fibroids. Dr Lorie Johnson is a Board Certified Ob/Gyn with more than 20 years of experience in her field.