Steven Jackson, the youngest elected to the Caddo Parish Commission, tells the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast that Grambling State prepared him for public service.
Alabama State alumna Jamie Coleman joins the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss how her HBCU experience led to a job offer from Google.
Roland and Bethany Criswell are partners in life, business, and service.Their partnership reflects a life of community, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Charlie Nelms joined the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast to discuss HBCU leaders during public scrutiny of their institutions and how they can manage adversity.
After meeting with members of Donald Trump’s administration Dr. Walter Kimbrough discussed the need for HBCU presidents to strike while the iron is hot.
The film “Burning Sands” forces an honest discussion among Black Greek fraternity and sorority members and candidates about hazing.
Deon Rhode joins us on the Podcast to talk about his national Black College tour experience so far and the plan for visits to HBCUs in the future.
We Black Greeks proudly declare that we are committed to community service. The trick is make sure the community service is meaningful.