In this week’s episode, we bring to you a special edition of the podcast in observance of February 7th being National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, Chris is talking with Kecia Johnson, better known as Kecia J.
Kecia Johnson is an author, AIDS educator, Talent Manager and Truth Strategist that travels the country sharing her story with the masses. With over 7 years of HIV/AIDS activism work, Kecia is most known for her direct and real life way of educating folks about the virus. After starting in the music industry at the age of 19, almost 2 years into finding her way in her career, Kecia found herself diagnosed with AIDS and near death.
If you’ve ever wanted to write a book or share your story on a larger platform, Nikki shares several principles on why and how you can go about doing that…This is a fast paced high energy interview that I really believe you will enjoy.
Nikki is the CEO of Nikki Woods Media and Victoria Street Publishing. In short, she specializes in providing the tools, support, and platforms for transforming writers into published authors. With more than 20-years of traditional media experience as a best-selling author, on-air personality and senior producer of the Tom Joyner Morning Show, the most successful syndicated urban radio show in history, Woods has mastered the art of visibility-reaching more than 10-million people daily.
In this week’s episode, Chris talks with Dawn Shestko, Dawn serves as a solutions-focused life and executive coach that helps people by encouraging them to widen their scope; to see and consider all available options; to focus time and energy on solutions, and a lot of what you’ll hear in the conversation is how she helps clients actively participate and to be a leader in their own lives.
Chris talks with magazine publisher James Thomas who is continuing to have success in an industry that many others have failed in and James has been able to do this while successfully juggling the responsibilities of being a husband of 20-years and a father.