Episode 39 features Ellen Burton. She is a change agent who’s on a mission to support organizations in shifting to a culture of civility in the workplace. Ellen is a certified Executive Coaching skills through Newfield Network. She has worked as an executive pharmaceutical sales consultant and trainer. As a result of her career experiences and current leadership examples, Ellen’s passion for workplace civility escalated. Ellen is a Certified Kolbe Facilitator and a trusted affiliate withTiara International that travels the country as a lecturer and leadership coach. She’s igniting conversations and coaching corporations and universities on various business topics, ranging from Strategies to Managing Generations to Business Communication Skills. During this episode, Ellen shares how corporate culture impacts wellness, productivity, and profit through workplace civility.
To learn more about Ellen’s workplace civility awareness efforts, please visit http://www.coachellenb.com.
Episode 38 features Rhonda Marshall. She is a Chemist, Educator, and Naturalista. After years of using relaxers and other chemical laden products, and high heat styling methods that damaged her hair to modify her natural curl pattern, she felt there had to be a better way. Rhonda developed her own hair product line that incorporated natural ingredients that were especially effective for naturally curly hair textures, Inahasi Naturals.
The products have been used on the set of: ABC’s Blackish (Season 2 and 3), BET’s Rebel, ABC’s Libby and Malcolm, Comcast/Xfinity Women Behind the Scenes Commercial, CW’s Riverdale, CW’s Black Lighting, New Balance Canada Grey Campaign, Comedy Get Down (Kings of Comedy), Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Bright featuring Will Smith, Snowfall, and Last Ship.
One of Rhonda’s proudest accomplishments is when her brand won one of the most coveted awards in the beauty industry: Naturally Curly’s 2017 Editors’ Choice Award for Best Emerging Brand. Rhonda shares her journey of expressing her passion for Chemistry, Education, and all things natural as she continues to develop products for curly hair all over the world.
Download Rhonda’s new e-book for more amazing haircare tips at Inahasi Naturals.
Episode 37 features Erin Browder. She is a Leadership and Organizational Development Consultant on a mission to humanize the workplace. She specializes in executive coaching, leadership development, organizational culture, trauma-informed workspaces, and collaborative practices. She predominantly supports human service organizations such as healthcare systems, school districts, government agencies and non-profits. She has provided strategic site-based support for school improvement and turnaround efforts within the greater Los Angeles area and school districts nationwide since 2011. Erin shares strategies and mindsets on how to practice workplace wellness. A healthy workplace is one where individuals feel valued, supported, provides a positive workspace, and shows respect for other aspects of a person’s life.
Are you ready to up-level your practice of workplace wellness? Check out Erin’s site. http://www.erinaverybrowder.com/
Episode 36 features Chef and Culinary Educator, Emily Ellyn. She is the Home Economics teacher you’ve always wanted! She single handedly started the Retro Rad cooking movement and encourages everyone to dig through their mother’s recipe box, dust off their pressure cookers and crock pots, and take the old and make it new. With her quirky persona and trademark cat-eye glasses, you’ll find Emily cooking at food events around the world, lecturing or hosting special events, and doing brand consulting – all while developing her Retro Rad culinary TV career. Through it all, she’s gained a loyal following. You’ve seen her on “Food Network Star,” “Cupcake Wars” on Food Network and morning news shows across the country – as well as a cameo cartoon appearance on the “Simpsons!” Emily is going to share how being authentic and confidently true to herself consistently has advanced her in her career in culinary arts while enjoying the journey.
Checkout Emily’s tasty retro rad recipes at https://www.emilyellyn.com.