Podcast Episode 9: Conversation Across Generations

Podcast Episode 9: Conversation Across Generations

Four women from the BlackFemaleProject community sit down with inaugural cohort member, Ché Abram, and founder, Precious J. Stroud, to dig into why so many Black women find themselves in roles that are not aligned with their skill levels and discuss the dynamics that result from this trend.

66. Precious Stroud: Flow, Not Fight

66. Precious Stroud: Flow, Not Fight

Matt Scott founder of 180° of Impact invited BlackFemaleProject founder Precious J. Stroud to be in conversation with him about what inspired her to launch the Project and what keeps her motivated to continue to inspire others. WATCH.

Podcast Episode 8: It's Okay to Walk Away

Podcast Episode 8: It's Okay to Walk Away

Multi-faceted Black female professional Gail Fuller sits down with BlackFemaleProject to discuss trends in Black women’s career experiences across multiple industries. Gail shares candidly about her journey and the wisdom that’s come as a result. LISTEN NOW.

Rules of Chésus: Making the System Fit You

Rules of Chésus: Making the System Fit You

In Rules of Chésus: Making the System Fit YouChé Abram shares guidelines informed by her experience as a college student and her career in higher education. These rules have helped her identify and navigate workplace racism while creating a plan to find a more fulfilling position.

Podcast Episode 6: Own Your Value

Podcast Episode 6: Own Your Value

In this episode, Fern A. Stroud speaks about how learning to own her value as an IT professional helped her transition into a new role, give back to the community, and curate an event that celebrates Black excellence through Black winemakers, musicians, and artists. LISTEN NOW.

Vanessa Siverls | Author Interview

Vanessa Siverls | Author Interview

From Vanessa: At dusk staring down the Manhattan Bridge, Chloe and I attempted the impossible: an interview in the streets of Brooklyn. I thought I knew how to share on the fly, but then other memories came up and I was borderline going on a tangent. Lol. But it was great to be in my hometown remembering back to the first time I spoke with Precious...and the rest is history.

The Black Unicorn... Career Reflections with Charmaine Mercer

The Black Unicorn... Career Reflections with Charmaine Mercer

Charmaine Mercer has focused her career on education policy, practices, and tools that advance outcomes for those furthest from opportunity. In The Black Unicorn, Charmaine talks about facing racism in the workplace and how it affected her career advancement.

Women's History Month Conversation with Black Teacher Project

Women's History Month Conversation with Black Teacher Project

An Observed Conversation: Creating Healing Space for Black Female Educators
As we gather hugs and smiles are abundant. I hear, "Hey sis," and "Where do I know you from?" interspersed with "We need this..." There is anticipation and excitement in the air.