Episode 23 continues the conversations about money and HBCU media. This edition also features HBCU alumni wisdom from someone who is a volunteer and mentor.
HOW WE LIVE:
The good doctor pays us a visit to talk money. Mildred “The Money Doctor” Dillon provides helpful tips for alumni to manage debt by looking at money they already have. She draws tips from her book Take This Job and Love It. The CPA, author, and speaker is one the of Xavier University of Louisiana nation of alumni.
Find out more about her at YourMoneyDr.com.
HBCU PRIDE NATION:
The HBCU media series continues with Travis Jackson the founder and CEO of HBCU Pride Nation. The organization boasts a youth outreach initiative to promote HBCUs through its foundation. Travis, an alumnus of North Carolina A&T, tells us about HBCU Pride Nation’s public relations and social media efforts.
Visit HBCU Pride Nation to find out more.
OLD SCHOOL WISDOM:
There’s nothing like hanging on the words of old school HBCU alumni. That is why we are pleased to have Jasper C. Brown, Jr., a retired labor attorney and a proud member of the Hampton alumni community. On the podcast, we talk to Mr. Brown about how his alma mater helped him understand the value of volunteering. Most importantly, the mentor has advice for HBCU students to manage encounters with law enforcement in their communities and around the campuses.