Dr. Nathalie Guillaume Talks About The Importance of Holistic Health For Women

One aspect of being wealthy is having good health. Dr. Guillaume discusses how women need to create a daily self-care routine to stay nurtured. In this podcast, she also talks about how to listen to your body and the importance of creating a holistic health care plan.  



Dr. Nathalie Guillaume is an alumni of the University of Miami where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry and Foreign Languages. She holds a Master of Science in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine, and a Clinical Doctorate in Pain Management & Oncology from Bastyr University. She specializes in lifestyle medicine with an emphasis on nutrition, meditation and Qi Gong, and is dedicated to promoting the benefits of holistic health to the community. She is currently adjunct faculty for the Graduate School of Oriental Medicine at the New York College of Health Professions and practices in New York City where she is the CEO and Medical Director of Healing Happy Hour.


Diana and Patricia interviewed Dixie Roberts an expert in Influencer Marketing. Dixie discusses how the influencer market has evolved and why it is here to stay.  If you looking to grow your brand with an influencer marketing campaign this podcast is a must-listen. 


As Vice President of Digital Strategy at HangarFour, Dixie Roberts has created innovative digital and influencer campaigns for a wide range of clients in the fashion and lifestyle space, including L’Oreal Paris, Caboodles, Jet.com, Teva, Ritani Jewelers and Modell’s Sporting Goods. Notable career mentions include launching the L’Oreal League, a premier influencer program for L’Oreal Paris which recently launched its 3rd year, and helming the digital rebrand of ‘90s darling, Caboodles. Before joining HangarFour, Dixie spent 3 years as a copywriter creating a blog, webpage, and product content at Warby Parker – her time there coincided with the brand’s rise to become one of the country’s best-recognized retail startups, propelled in no small part by its creative approach to the digital space.  Email:dixiemarie@me.com


This podcast explores the topic of mental illness and how to stay mentally fit in today’s fast-paced society. Patricia and Diana interview Asha Tarry who has 20 years of experience in this field. This podcast is an important listen for women who are dealing with so many stressors as entrepreneurs. The topics include how to stay mentally fit, the importance of building a support system like a community or sisterhood, and why there is a stigma attached to mental illness, and how to overcome that to get the help you need.


Asha Tarry is a certified life coach and licensed psychotherapist. As a treating provider, Asha has the expertise and skill to transform lives. The work she provides as a life coach to individuals, couples, groups and small business entrepreneurs is based in the philosophy that we all need each other to grow and develop as human beings. Asha’s unique approach to life coaching is based on an innate desire to see people succeed and live a life by design, with love and purpose! She is curious, transparent, and supportive of her clients in fulfilling their goals. And with almost 18 years of experience in the industry of social services, who would expect anything less?

As a psychotherapist, Asha has provided counseling to hundreds of clients with challenges in several areas of their lives, including intergenerational trauma, immigrant assimilation and acculturation, sexual, psychological and physical abuse, severe mental illness, and workplace aggression, just to list a few. She has been called upon to discuss mental health issues to both small and large audiences as an expert on health panels, a guest on national radio broadcasts and as a writer & consultant for publications and special projects, including films.


Lecia Biana Clay is an expert and certified jeweler. She brings to this conversation her knowledge and expertise about buying jewelry. You will learn how to buy jewelry that will have the same value 30 years from now. Listen to this podcast and learn how to invest in the best jewelry possible for your wealth portfolio.


Lecia Bianca Clay was born and raised in Essex County. She always had a passion for fashion and extraordinary style. She decided to take on the Big Apple, and study at the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology. While studying at the Fashion Institute of Technology, she was awarded the opportunity to travel to Europe learning the import, and export business in London, Florence, Paris, and Rome. After graduating with an applied science, and bachelor’s degree she then began working as a buyer for Bonwit Tellers, in New York City. Traveling the world buying not only jewelry, but other luxury items, Lecia soon became top buyer, and began winning awards year after year, and was one of the most sought-after international buyers of all times. Because of that passion, she decided to build a career as an entrepreneur. As the founder of the Women That Win Foundation, Lecia realized after experiencing a major breakup of 17 years that she had nowhere to go for help. She quickly found out that working, successful women are looked down upon when in need of free assistance. Women That Win Foundation will be the force behind professional, and successful women in the struggles of life. Together we will stand strong, and come out Winners!


CR Capers, Founder of The Boss Pitch, Talks About The Key Components For Presenting An Effective Pitch to Investors

Are you pitching your business to investors? This invigorating episode will teach you how to create a pitch that will get the right investor interested. CR created The Boss Pitch and each quarter she invites “Bosses”, women who are the CEOs or founders of successful businesses, or women who hold decision making or influencer positions at large corporations.  These Bosses come to listen to pitches from some of the most promising entrepreneurs across all fields of business, from tech, to film to media.  


CR Capers is the CEO of Harlem Film House, a 501(c)(3) organization that operates year-round with film festivals, workshops, theatre productions, live events and business consulting to filmmakers and content creators in underserved communities around the world. The Harlem Film House creates an economic ecosystem by providing filmmakers with funding for film projects while also offering educational services to ensure longevity in their careers in film, theater, and their entrepreneurial pursuits within the industry. CR is also the founder of the Hip Hop Film Festival.

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From this podcast, you will learn how to select the right PR firm for your brand. Sylvia shares the differences between a marketing and PR company.  Also, learn how to create an effective PR campaign on a low budget.


Sylvia Lambe is the founder and CEO of Lambe PR and has more than 20 years of experience in both journalism and public relations. As a BBC award-winning producer and a London nonprofit public relations executive, she has a proven track record of raising awareness for a wide variety of topics ranging from health issues to arts and entertainment events. She is extremely driven after relocating from the UK in 2017. In less than a year, she has worked with a number of clients most notably, the Smithsonian on promoting their nationwide curation project.

Since living in Denver, she has landed coverage in print and broadcast outlets, including CBS, Colorado Public Radio, Denver Post, Urban Spectrum and Denver Weekly News. Exemplary at creating publicity opportunities, she applies her tenacious communication skills to deliver excellent results in the media. Sylvia believes successful PR is about how well you connect with the heart-beating people you’re trying to inform and communicate your understanding back to them.