The Black Doctors Talk - Podcast

The Black Doctors Talk - Podcast

The Black Doctors Talk podcast provides a platform for scholars and practitioners to share their incredible stories of resilience and their journeys toward success while exploring the depths of their various areas of expertise. Curated by the Black Doctoral Network.

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May 18, 2022 32 min

Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Leona Johnson. Dr. Johnson has extensive experience working with corporate companies such as IBM, Loral, and Lockheed Martin in various positions including Senior Program Management. She began her teaching career as an Adjunct Professor at Howard University. Dr. Johnson has served as an Associate Professor, Department Chair of Psychology, and Assistant ...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Kalinda Ukanwa who speaks to us on the topics of algorithmic fairness and bias and algorithmic decision-making. Dr. Ukanwa is currently in her second career. Previously she was an industrial engineer, financial analyst, and finance executive at Walt Disney, Citigroup, Viacom, and Kaplan. Currently, Dr. Ukanwa is Assistant Professor of Marketing at the U...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Lerone Jonathan Wilder. Dr. Wilder speaks to us on the topic operating with obedience, religion and spirituality, trusting God’s plan with patience, the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and balancing life with self-care. Dr. Wilder is a professor, writer, speaker, and pastor. During the powerful episode, Dr. Wilder expands on several personal and pr...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Keesha Karriem. Dr. Karriem speaks to us on the topic of how to turn opposition into opportunities and creating a space to succeed, being a vessel to support others’ purpose, empowerment through representation, identity trust, and honesty, and emotional intelligence in the workplace. Dr. Karriem is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, government worker,...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Doraine Baul-Pinson. Dr. Baul-Pinson speaks to us on the topics of mental health and mental illness, her connection with mental illness, and the lack of diversity among mental health professionals. Dr. Baul-Pinson is currently an adjunct professor at various universities. She is in private practice as a licensed independent mental health practitioner an...
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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Dexter Purnell. Dr. Purnell speaks to us on the topic of working within both your gift and purpose in life while simultaneously pursuing dreams. Dr. Purnell is an entrepreneur and professor who lives a fascinating life in the world of academia and entertainment. 

 

During the podcast, Dr. Purnell shares how he would be the last person that he thought wo...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Kuryakin Rucker. Dr. Rucker speaks to us on the topic(s) of HR since the pandemic, shifting goals and responsibilities, and supporting companies to meet obligations for the human resources and management field. Dr. Rucker is a licensed attorney, professor, and human resources and management consultant.

 

During the podcast, Dr. Rucker talks about journe...

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During the podcast, Dr. Ayana Martin shares her experiences as a medical science liaison. Presently, Dr. Martin is a Regional Medical Director in Rare Disease with a pharmaceutical company. In her interview, Dr. Martin shares her life and how and why she became interested in science and medicine. She discusses the full circle moment of her life and what drives her in her field and her desires moving forward. She has proven skills i...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Lonnie Morris who speaks to us regarding his work with companies and individuals on facilitation, strategic planning, leadership development, team building, process improvement, conflict resolution and change management.  Dr. Morris is a seasoned scholar-practitioner, professor, consultant and author with more than 20 years of experience in leadership...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Keesha Karriem. Dr. Karriem speaks to us on the topic of how to turn opposition into opportunities and creating a space to succeed, being a vessel to support others’ purpose, empowerment through representation, identity trust, and honesty, and emotional intelligence in the workplace. Dr. Karriem is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, government worker,...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Ashley Townes who speaks to us about sexuality education, specifically regarding black women. She  provides insight on her work as an epidemiologist researcher where she currently serves in a postdoctoral role in Atlanta, GA. Her research focuses on Black women’s sexual experiences and their access to sexuality information and health services. She is a ...
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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Marion McClary. Dr. McClary speaks to us on the topic of Zoology. Dr. McClary is a Professor of Biology and is Chair of the Department of Biological Sciences at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Dr. McClary is a behavioral/physiological ecologist. He is interested in how behavior and physiology influence ecology and how the environment influences behavi...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Kimberly M. Griffin. Dr. Griffin is a professional educator with over 17 years of experience and nine years, specifically, in adult education. She speaks to us on her work with adults as an Associate Dean and an Associate Professor in the College of Education at Piedmont University. Dr. Griffin has always been an advocate for Diversity, Equity, and Incl...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Zelpha M. Taylor. Dr. Zelpha Taylor is an educator with almost thirty years of classroom experience where she has mostly served students of color from schools on the island of Jamaica to the inner city of America. Dr. Taylor speaks on the power and passion of an educator to create change when they accept the call to, not only teach but, ensure all stude...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Kristine Wright. Dr. Wright speaks to us on the topics of social interactions and opportunities to provide new ways of learning for students across the world. Dr. Wright is an educator/sociologist, specializing in African American studies, social stratification (race, class, and gender), urban education, media, and popular culture. She has taught for 20...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Franklin DuBose who speaks to us on the topics of being specific about your desires, perseverance, confidence, and entrepreneurship. Dr. DuBose is a Morehouse man who is a scientist, educator, analyst, and certified project management professional with over 10 years of experience in the nuclear industry. He is the founder of BDM, a consulting firm that ...

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Join us on this week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast which features our guest, Dr. Aaron Armour. Dr. Armour speaks to us on the topics of business intelligence and business development. Dr. Armour is the CEO of Armour Economic Solutions (AES). He is also an international best-selling author, former athlete, military veteran, and entrepreneur.

 

During the podcast, Dr. Armour shares his experience as a business analyst and the coaching...

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This week’s Black Doctors Talk Podcast features our guest, Dr. Matthew Wilmot who speaks to us on the topics of psychology, diversity, community education. Dr. Wilmot is an Afro-Jamaican, LGBTQ, Canadian psychologist that lives in Ohio. His intersectionality and curiosity for knowledge led him from the big city of Toronto, to rural Waterloo, now to suburban Ohio. He is currently a community health educator and research analyst at A...

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Dr. Wilder expands on several personal and professional topics that are sure to enlighten and provoke thought. As a young man, Dr. Wilder realized that life does not always go as planned. Knowing how to sit in silence and wait on the time to move has been a recurring theme. With hopes of having a life in the political arena, the “call” on his life led him into ministry and academia. Being the offspring of parents who ministered thr...

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