Dec 15, 2020
Today’s guest is Lee Ngwenya–writer, documentary filmmaker and host of Conversations with Leelabee, a podcast covering topics ranging from entrepreneurship to mental health.
Lee was born in Zimbabwe but raised in Zambia, and knew early on that a traditional career path wasn’t for her. She attended school in North...
Dec 1, 2020
For today’s episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with brother/sister duo Akinade Adelere and Oyin Aderele—hosts of Pod Save Africa. Pod Save Africa explores the interesting details of our history, our present and our hopes for the future through weekly podcast episodes.
During our conversation, Akinade and Oyin...
Nov 24, 2020
If you’re a student and looking for ways to engage with the continent in an impactful way, this is the episode for you! I had a great conversation with Doing Good Work in Africa (DOWA) Founder Ola Erogbogbo DOWA Fellow Adaeze Okorie.
Doing Good Work in Africa connects brilliant and innovative university students to...
Nov 17, 2020
This is Dear Diaspora’s 50th episode! The podcast launched September 2019 and since then, I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing amazing guests from all over the world. To celebrate this milestone, I’m taking some time to reflect on a few things:
Nov 3, 2020
For today’s episode, I had the pleasure of chatting with Sam
Baddoo, Founder of Fleri—a health insurance marketplace that helps
immigrants protect the people they love, everywhere.
Every year, immigrants across the globe send billions of dollars in remittances to their loved ones in lower-income and...