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Byron Allen Fireside Chat – Black Enterprise Entrepreneur Summit 2018
On this episode of “Good Looking Out,” host Karen Civil is joined by men’s lifestyle influencer Jovel Roystan, seven-time Emmy nominated media maven Kela Walker, and the 2017 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Alvin Kamara of the New Orleans Saints. Together, they hear a pitch from a celebrity barber with a controversial yet potentially game-changing product for men trying to combat hair loss. Kela sticks around to break down the Simple Facts of being a social media influencer, and they field a question from a Complex viewer. Hold on to your wigs!
In this episode, Jonathan and Jason discuss how they’ve struggled and managed to succeed despite battling with depression and anxiety.
Growing up, Dajae never saw anyone like her represented in the world of STEM. But after attending Missouri University of Science and Technology as a college athlete, she pursued her love for engineering. Today, she’s an engineer at the NASA facility in Pasadena, California, working hard to ensure that other young women are given the opportunities to pursue their own careers in STEM. Using music, she rhymes and raps about math and science, making STEM fun and accessible for the next generation.
Jason Mayden – Founder of Super Heroic, a company that creates children’s play and sports clothing designed to entertain, delight and surprise every child talks about why he would rather create strong children than fix broken adults. Mayden is a former lead designer for Brand Jordan. https://superheroic.com/
Rodney Williams is the co-founder and CEO of LISNR, an advanced, near-ultrasonic data transmission technology that enables communication between devices – all you need is a microphone or speaker. Rodney, who was born partially deaf, used his hearing disadvantage to identify a communication issue with phones early on and build this new sound technology. Watch as we follow him on a day-in-the-life through New York City and discover where he goes, what he does, and what makes him tick. Produced by WIRED Brand Lab for Perry Ellis
It’s no surprise that Silicon Valley has a diversity problem — all you have to do is look at the latest employment stats. But onstage at the our 2018 Code Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., these women were challenged to identify a single (okay, some offered a couple) solutions. Kara Swisher talks with Aileen Lee, managing partner of Cowboy Ventures, Sukhinder Singh Cassidy, founder of Boardlist, and Megan Smith, the former Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. and now the founder of Shift7.
At Dooky Chase’s Restaurant in New Orleans, a hearty bowl of chef Leah Chase’s gumbo is an authentic taste of history. Widely known as the queen of Creole cuisine, Chase has served her Southern fare to world leaders and celebrities alike over her 71-year career, and she continues to cook today at age 94. Though her gumbo and fried chicken are legendary, her restaurant—a culinary landmark—made history of its own by serving as a meeting place for the civil rights movement of the 1960s. So come hungry and eat up; you won’t taste comfort food like this anywhere else.
On episode 39 of #ThePlaybook, Rashad Jennings, former NFL running back, author, and winner of Dancing With The Stars, chats about: – How he went from a 270 lb. fifth string running back (with asthma) to the NFL – Giving a commencement speech that got crashed by Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn – Getting inspiration from looking at an NFL trash can – How to get your products in the hands of the top athletes ————- David Meltzer is the CEO of Sports 1 Marketing, one of the world’s leading sports & entertainment marketing agencies, which he co-founded with Hall of Fame Quarterback Warren Moon. Prior to S1M, he was CEO of the world’s first smartphone, the PC-E Phone, and later became CEO of the world’s most notable sports agency, Leigh Steinberg Sports and Entertainment. David is an award-winning humanitarian, an international public speaker, best-selling author, and is profiled by national publications such as Entrepreneur, Forbes, ESPN, Bloomberg, CNBC, Yahoo, SB Nation and Variety.