International Black Summit Interview Series

International Black Summit Interview Series

The International Black Summit Interview Series is a Podcast that interviews current and past participants and facilitators of the International Black Summit. The Podcast explores their Summit experiences and the ways in which they use the Summit Tools and Distinctions in their lives. The International Black Summit, Inc. is a 501c3, 100% volunteer-led organization. Founded by, attended by, and delivered to people of Black African descent committed to empowering and transforming the lives of people of Black African descent around the world. The purpose of the International Black Summit is to provide an opportunity for participants to bring into being their vision for the Black community and the world.

Episodes

September 14, 2022 90 min

September 11, 2022
Black Summit Interviews
Season 1, Episode #6 - Dr. Mwangaza Michael-Bandele

In this podcast episode, Glenn Greenidge and Grace Lawrence interview  DR. MWANGAZA MICHAEL-BANDELE   about how she effectively uses the Summit Tools and Distinctions in her career, in her life, and in the Summit.

Dr. Mwangaza Michael-Bandele—veteran educator, facilitator, and higher education administrator—is an executive leader and elite ...

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August 14, 2022
Black Summit Interviews
Season 1, Episode #5 -  Lorraine "Dr. Rain" Warren, PhD

In this podcast episode, Glenn Greenidge and Grace Lawrence interview LORRAINE "DR. RAIN" WARREN, PhD  about how she effectively uses the Summit Tools and Distinctions in her career, in her life, and in the Summit.

Dr. Rain's career as a facilitator, educator, and trainer in peace-building, dialogue, and conflict mediat...

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July 24, 2022
Black Summit Interviews
Season 1, Episode #4 - Malika Redmond

In this podcast session, Glenn Greenidge and Grace Lawrence interview Malika Redmond about her work as a former Youth Facilitator of the International Black Summit and as a leader in women's rights, racial justice, and youth empowerment who has effectively used the Summit Tools and Distinctions in her career, in her life, and in the Summit.

Malika Redmond i...

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June 5, 2022
Black Summit Interviews
Season 1, Episode #3 - Ted Marsh

In this podcast session, Glenn Greenidge and Grace Lawrence interview Ted Marsh about his work as a community Elder and master coach who effectively uses the Summit Tools and Distinctions in his work and in his life.

Baba Ted Marsh is a community Elder and a master coach committed to transforming the narrative of the peoples of African descent.  For over 30 years, he...

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April 3, 2022
Black Summit Interviews
Season 1, Episode #1 - Adrienne Coddett

On April 3, 2022, we recorded the first International Black Summit Interview Podcast.  In this inaugural podcast session, Glenn Greenidge and Grace Lawrence interview Adrienne Coddett about her work as an educator and sports coach in Ottawa, Canada who effectively uses the Summit Tools and Distinctions with Black youth.

Adrienne Coddett is a community activi...

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