Chuck and Janice Taitel: "I never thought very much. I just did things. It was always easy."

Chuck Taitel (82) talks with his daughter Janice (57) while walking on the treadmill which launched his company's rise to success. After a life as an inventor and athlete, he suffered a series of strokes affecting his visual perception and...

Meet and Greet, with Malik

During this interview with Malik Spraggs, we talked about his business plan to grow his small company into a worldwide brand and how his interest began to designing custom t-shirts.

Finding Success 1 Taco at a Time

This interview is set on the career path of Javier Anaya. He talk about the struggles he had in the past and what he does for the community.

A Teen Mom Who Continues Her Journey and Never Quits

Aniya Callaway( age 15 on the right)Interviews her Grandmother; Teresa(age 58 on the left) who explains their family history. Tells us a brief description about her being a teen mom and what she went through. Her dreams as a OBGYN...

Slowing Down with Alyssa

As an educator and entrepreneur, Hashimoto's disease and environmental illness made Alyssa face human limits long before the coronavirus outbreak forced us to shelter-in-place. She talks about self care in a revolutionary way because learning to reconcile her passion with...

“We were our own little support group”

Growing up in a family of eight, Lolly and her older brother, Tom, had the same congenital eye disease. He started a high-end cab company and three radio stations, ran for public office, and was a model for Lolly, showing...

Interview With Granny

This was a short interview with my granny that focused on the highlights of her life and her career as a dog groomer.

Soledad Vargas’s Story

The people in this interview is Sophia Ochoa (the interviewer) who is 15 years old, Soledad Vargas (the person getting interviewed) who is 79 years old, Rene Ochoa (translator) who is 45 years old. Sophia Ochoa is the grandchild of...

Janai speaks with Dj Hayze about career choices and what’s up next!

Dj Hayze is a local Dj in the DMV area, he also travels around the world as headline Dj for Carnival Cruises. Being a Dj is hard and setting yourself apart is key. Dj Hayze tells us how he did...

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Tatiana Cox Lopez and Mario Cruz

Tatiana Cox Lopez (37) and her husband and business partner, Mario R. Cruz (47), discuss the stresses of having a two-month-old baby during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, sustaining their family during the pandemic yet being able to establish...

Achievement through sacrifice

Hello my name is Wesley Feldman, I am fourteen years old, and I’m interviewing my mom, Dawn olmstead, on January 6, 2020, in Los angeles. As a hard working woman, my mom has earned everything she has achieved, and she...

Monique talks with 91-year old Adolf Armijo about what inspires him and how he has influenced so many people during his lifetime.

Adolf shares his amazing life story (so far!) ...and how he has flourished in each stage of his life...from being a 12-year-old rancher in New Mexico, moving to San Francisco when he was 19, chasing his dream of becoming a...

The Yellow Submarine by Maxwell Thomas

The Yellow Submarine was in Huntingdon, Tennessee, here its story.

Career Interview

Today, I am sitting down with a local business owner who had decided to share her thoughts and idea for her career.

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Yvonne Bryant Johnson and Kiplyn Primus

Kiplyn Primus (60) has a conversation with fellow entrepreneur and Atlanta Business League member Yvonne Bryant Johnson (74). Yvonne says she loves her work and is having the time of her life.

Sustain Abilities

Eileen talks about her company and how it’s changed her life for the better.

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Harrison Watkins and Roselyne Swig

Harrison Watkins (33) reminisces with his grandmother Roselyne Swig [no age given] on her vast knowledge and experiences as a businesswoman, mother, and grandmother.

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Liliane Lemani and Emeliana Salama

Friends Liliane Lemani (38) and Emiliana Salama (51) talk about their interests in starting businesses in the United States, and reflect on their experiences selling goods and materials while they were at a refugee camp in Namibia.

Telling HERstory Podcast Episode 9: Two Peas in a Pod

Jennifer Lind, granddaughter of Rosa T. Beard, talks with Mrs. Deidre Brown Collins, former Debutante (1991) of the Rosa T. Beard Debutante Club.