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Arnell Opoku joins host and PDH founder Yvonne for coffee to chat about her new children’s book Yaa’s Book of Affirmations, and how self-affirmation can help heal deep wounds and start the journey towards self-love. Catch up on the latest episode, and every episode here. To learn more about me and my business PinkDollhouse Marketing, visit here. Fo…
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What does it mean to "buy back the block"? On this week's episode, and the last episode in the financial and investment series, Thomas G. Bolen III -Director of Leasing and Brokerage at one of the top DMV companies-joins me for coffee (even though he doesn't drink it) to chat about how he works with small business owners to take their business from…
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Introducing Coffee to Go, where we revisit past interviews featuring creatives and entrepreneurs changing the game in their industry. Joining me this week is Marissa K, the creative mind behind Target while Black and Retail while Black is making it her mission to bring awareness to Black-owned and founded brands from fashion to food. Catch up on th…
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The Negro Motorist Green Book, created by Victor Hugo Green provided Black travelers a guide to safe places to visit while on the road and was published from 1936-1967. The new Green Book Experience is an online destination travel guide and booking service connecting users to Black historical sites and experiences as well as the multi-cultural comm…
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You started the business...now what? Owning and running a business is more than meets the eye. One main area that trips up a lot of small business owners is finances. For many SMBs (small business owners), figuring out the right tools for tracking expenses to open a line of credit can be confusing, especially if you're a solopreneur. On this week's…
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We be getting to the MONEY (everybody mad) Coffee with Yvonne is back! For the FIRST episode of the new year, I sit down with my mom, an HR professional with over 30 years of experience (you can check the receipts), to chat about getting, securing, and keeping the bag; because we're all coming for our well-deserved compensation this year mmkay? Cat…
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What happens when three marketers who (barely) survived Q4 get on the mic to discuss the past year's events? A lot... In this week's episode (and the last episode of the year!) host Yvonne welcomes back content creator and social media strategist Jasmine Smith and her creative bestie and multi-hyphenate Kourtney Pope to the podcast. Oh...and there …
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Eye cream, retinol, facemasks, anti-aging...the beauty industry, whether we want to admit it or not, impacts how we see ourselves. For many of us "elder millennials" our counters are full of products promising to keep our youthful glow intact, but it's time we face the inevitable...we're no longer in our twenties...our skincare needs have changed. …
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The plus-size clothing industry has made strides in recent years but continues to be an underserved market in the industry from shopping in-store to the quality of products offered. This week, creative multi-hyphenate and host of the podcast FashionMabe, Jaimee Rucker, joins me for coffee to have an honest chat about the challenges of being plus in…
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In a world of deep fakes, we're keeping it real with Dr. Zay Ph.D., who returns to the show, to chat about how the luxury goods market can improve the treatment of clients of color, deep fakes vs dupes, and their fave Black-owned brands in the luxury space. Catch up on the latest episode, and every episode here. To learn more about me and my busine…
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Ren-renai-renai-ssance, Renai-PURR, Renai-PURR, Renai-renai-SSANCE! The Renaissance Film is out... Catch up on the latest episode, and every episode here. To learn more about me and my business PinkDollhouse Marketing, visit here. Follow me on social at PinkDollhouse Marketing and Pinkdollstyle on IG and Pinkycreates on TikTok. Chat with you soon..…
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On this episode, join me as I chat with Fela Sol, a body-inclusive yoga therapist (she got degrees ya'll) and Founder of A Seat at The Mat, as we continue our conversation around wellness and mental health. With features in Essence and Afro Punk, Fela continues to break stigmas and create authentic spaces in the yoga community for all to feel welco…
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Coffee with Yvonne is back for an all-new season! On this episode, join me as I chat with Rev. Dr. Tori C. Butler, Senior Pastor of Asbury Town Neck United Methodist Church in Severna Park, Maryland about the intersectionality between mental health and faith. In this episode, learn more about my mental health journey, the power of affirmations, and…
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After a summer of Barbie, and Beyoncé, Coffee with Yvonne is back with an all-new season! Join me, Yvonne, the founder of PinkDollhouse Marketing, as I chat with creatives and entrepreneurs who are changing the game in their industry. Catch up on the latest episode, and every episode here. To learn more about me and my business PinkDollhouse Market…
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Did you know in ancient times kings, queens, and warriors used tattoos to express their cultural pride and loyalty to their people? More recently, tattooing has taken on a new life in pop culture with shows like Black Ink Crew and Ink Master. But what does it take to be successful in the industry? On this episode of Coffee with Yvonne (and the last…
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Everyone knows Harriet, Martin, and Malcolm, but Black History is much more than that. For this week's bonus episode of Coffee with Yvonne, Darnell, and Alyssa, the creators behind Do You Know Black join me for coffee to chat about the impact of Black culture in today's world, why Black history is American history, and even test my knowledge playin…
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For so many of us, our New Year's resolution is to eat healthier, exercise more, and lose weight...but by February those resolutions are out the door and we go back to what we've done before. On this week's episode of Coffee with Yvonne, Jovan Jackson, Founder of PR Fitness Camp, joins me for coffee to talk about why fad diets don't work, body incl…
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Have you ever wondered what creatives talk about when we’re not on social? Welcome to The Group Chat! For this bonus episode of Coffee with Yvonne, Jasmine Smith, and Kourtney Pope, creatives from different industries, join me for coffee and an unfiltered chat on today's trending topics. So grab your coffee and let's chat. Learn more about me and m…
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What does it mean to create your own lane and thrive? Naki Carey joins me for coffee this week to chat about how being a multi hyphenate creative, founder of an accessories line Carey Beauty by Naki, and honorary Disney Princess, as a Black transgender woman provides her the space to build her own table on her own terms. So grab your coffee, and le…
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Have you ever wondered how to find Black-owned brands in Target or other retail stores? Marissa K, the creative mind behind Target while Black and Retail while Black is making it her mission to bring awareness to Black-owned and founded brands from fashion to food. Marissa joins me for coffee to chat about why she started her platform, our love of …
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What's it like raising a creative child? According to my mom, it was never dull. This week, my mom joins me for coffee (she doesn't like coffee but was still down) to chat with me about her journey as a single parent raising a (very opinionated) child, learning how to embrace the unexpected, and encouraging me to find my voice. So grab your coffee,…
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Podcasting as a form of media gives EVERYONE a voice (even those who need to keep their voice in the group chat), more importantly, those who may be silenced in their day-to-day lives. This week, Raffi, one-half of the popular DMV-based podcast, Wait! Don't Do It! Joins me for coffee to chat about building his show with his co-host NuNu, the positi…
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Have you ever wondered what it's like to be in a room full of creatives of color? To show up unapologetically as yourself? Welcome to Culture Con! A homecoming for creatives of color, Culture Con is changing the game and helping to level the playing field providing opportunities for Black and Brown creatives to learn, grow, and connect. Join me as …
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Cats, Lady Gaga, and body positivity are just some of the words used to describe content creator and style changemaker Dani Sauter, founder of Blonde in the District. Join me as I chat with Dani about how burnout and lack of creativity in her 9-5 role encouraged her to start Blonde in the District, why content creation is more than snapping a photo…
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As someone who doesn't know how to swim (we'll get to why in the episode) join me as I chat with the Founder of Black People Will Swim Paulana Lamonier, who taught me a lot about its impact on minority communities, why representation matters, and how we can help change the narrative. So grab your coffee, and let's chat. Learn more about me and my b…
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Did you know ancient Egyptians invented eyeliner? Or that African cultures use special paint to adorn themselves for tribal ceremonies? How about the difference between high-end makeup and drugstore? This week on the season finale of Coffee with Yvonne (I know, I know) I sit down with my friend of more than 20 years and the ONLY one to slay this fa…
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Things I hear all the time "Marketing and PR are the same", no it's not..Join me for coffee as I chat with the Founder and CEO of Spotted MP, Maurisa Potts. We discuss (with a few laughs in between) how the two industries work together, why having a PR rep on your team should be part of your overall strategy and not an afterthought, and the work we…
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Have you ever gone to an event and taken photos in front of a flower wall or attended a festival with a larger-than-life activation that you just HAD to share on IG? Meet Garette Turner, Founder of Brightly Ever After, and the person behind some of your favorite activations. She joins me for coffee to chat about channeling her grief into a thriving…
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Elizabeth Gay, Founder of ípade, DC's FIRST co-working and event space for Black + WOC entrepreneurs, professionals, and creatives. Joins me for coffee to chat about having safe spaces for our community to flourish, and show up as our authentic selves. Have you tried BlackNerd Coffee? Enjoy bold flavor in every sip while listening to the episode! F…
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What's the difference between an i-phone and a professional camera? What time is the RIGHT time to take a picture? Are you a true creative if you don't know how to shoot with a traditional camera? Also, is it bad to over-filter your pictures? This week on Coffee with Yvonne, Brittney Oliver, Founder of B Chique Studio, joins me for coffee, to chat …
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Join me as I chat with Rachel Bishop, one of my closest friends since college; joins me for coffee to chat about Interior Design, the difference between corporate and residential design (there is..), and why creating space for diversity is important for its survival. So grab your coffee, and let's chat Don't forget to jumpstart your day with BlackN…
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Join me for coffee as I chat with my Twitter sis Codi, Founder of Mini Media Marketing, about whether or not Marketing is a safe space for Black women, why reality tv inspires our work and more. So grab your coffee, and let's chat. Enjoy this episode with a cup of BlackNerd Coffee. Find them on Facebook and Instagram at @BlackNerdCoffee. Coffee ner…
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Join me as I chat with Xavier "Zay" Clark for part II of Black fashion, Black culture about the importance of advocating for our space in the industry, and how to "slay" responsibly. So grab your coffee, and let's chat. Enjoy this episode with a cup of BlackNerd Coffee. Find them on Facebook and Instagram at @BlackNerdCoffee. Coffee nerds unite.…
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Join me for coffee as I chat with Ria Garner, Founder of Blanche Media Group about finding her balance while building a business and still making boss moves as a mother and a wife. So grab your coffee, and let's chat. Shop and support Coffee with Yvonne sponsor BlackNerd Coffee on Facebook and Instagram at @BlackNerdCoffee. Coffee nerds unite.…
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In this week's episode, Kim and Keyondra, the founders of essential apparel brand Jolie Noire join me for coffee to talk about the impact of Black fashion, how brands can embrace inclusivity, and why fashion has no size limit. Make sure to check out Coffee with Yvonne sponsor BlackNerd Coffee on Facebook and Instagram at @BlackNerdCoffee. Coffee ne…
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