#WCW: Lacy Davillier – “I Couldn’t Find A Job, So I Started My Own Business”

Lacy was born and raised in New Orleans, LA and is a graduate of Ursuline Academy. She attended New York University and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Photography and Digital Media. She has studied and shown fine art photography in New York, New Orleans, and Paris and has a love for people and culture … Continue reading #WCW: Lacy Davillier – “I Couldn’t Find A Job, So I Started My Own Business”

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#WCW – Chris-Tia Donaldson “The greatest obstacle I’ve overcome was breast cancer”

I'm wrapping up Breast Cancer Awareness month with another edition of #WCW (Women Creating Waves). This episode I chatted with my dear friend Chris-Tia Donaldson, who is not only an author, a lawyer, a CEO of Thank God Its Natural (TGIN), but she is also a breast cancer survivor.   Not only do we talk … Continue reading #WCW – Chris-Tia Donaldson “The greatest obstacle I’ve overcome was breast cancer”

#WCW – Dr. Brooke Morell- Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology – Chats About #BreastCancerAwareness

  In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I chatted with my dear friend and Professor of Clinical Radiology at LSU Health New Orleans, Dr. Brooke Morell. I learned SOOOOOOO much! Because I am not of the recommended age to start receiving annual mammograms, I had no clue what the process was like, nor was … Continue reading #WCW – Dr. Brooke Morell- Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology – Chats About #BreastCancerAwareness

#WCW : The Good, The Bad & Not So Funny Moments of A Female Comic – Aarona Lopez Interview

Aarona Lopez was born and raised in Chicago, IL. She began stand-up comedy in 2006. She is the creator/host of Velvet Circus - a live comedy show that fuses, stand-up, sketch and musical comedy. Aarona is working her way to become "America's favorite funny girl" with her storytelling, observational humor and musical comedy talent. She … Continue reading #WCW : The Good, The Bad & Not So Funny Moments of A Female Comic – Aarona Lopez Interview