Episode 22 features Julie Colombino. She is the Founder and CEO of REBUILD globally and the CEO of Deux Mains. She is a former foreign aid worker who felt called to respond to Haiti after the earthquake devastated the country in 2010. After months of working in the disaster zone she recognized that simply giving people things could only help so much, she needed to work with the community to rebuild their lives and livelihoods. Julie developed a team of like-minded visionaries that created a social entrepreneurial ecosystem that works to end poverty. By empowering people to make and sell products that the global community purchases because they are valued products, not out of sympathy but dignity restored. Deux Mains is owned and operated by the survivors. Julie is going to share how she’s courageously working to end generational poverty through education and job training in Haiti.
Episode 21 features Amanda Aeropagita. After working in the corporate world of law firms and owning her own business as a Litigation Paralegal. Amanda reevaluated her true passion and realized her talent and way of thinking was in Interior Design. Amanda then returned to school and worked for variety of home furnishing stores. Next, she launched her own company, Interior Motive Design. Tune in and listen to Amanda share her journey to helping her clients discover their Interior Motive.
Episode 20 features Nikole Morrow-Pettus. She is an accomplished and creative celebrity make-up artist with 25 years of experience in media, fashion, and print. Nikole has travelled the globe to exhibit the newest and current looks in hair and make-up. Nikole’s work can be seen in magazines such as Allure, Architectural digest, Southern Living, and Jezebel Magazine. She chats about the importance of the image that you portray professionally and personally.
Episode 19 features Dalan Vanterpool a private banker from the British Virgin Islands. He spends most days advising high net worth clients, or helping young professionals build more meaningful careers as host of Focus The Fire podcast. Over the past 15 years, school, work and play allowed him to experience diverse cultures in the United States, South Africa, Latin America, and Europe. Since 2012 Dalan has been leading d Spot Jazz, a movement to advance music, poetry and other performing arts in the Caribbean. As a musician he specializes in saxophone, with training in theology and jazz. Dalan shares how self-discipline helps him balance art and corporate work.