The Culture Effect by Historically Black Since
By Historically Black Since
The Culture Effect by Historically Black SinceFeb 09, 2021
Former HBCU Dancer and Beauty Queen- Shelby Patrice Jenkins
On this episode for The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with Kentucky State University alum Shelby Patrice Jenkins about her HBCU experience, the life of an HBCU dancer , and now being the founder of Budget University. Miami Native and HBCU Kentucky State University Graduate Shelby Patrice has the moved to Dallas Texas and made a name for herself. She won the prestige title Miss Texas United States 2016 were she kept the platform adoption and foster care. She then had the opportunity to make headlines as the, Ambassador for Adoption is beautiful were she worked with Warner Brothers as the spokesperson for their movie Storks, headliner for Wendy’s, Ancestry DNA, magazine cover for Adoption Today, and American Airlines. Her endless community services has awarded her Two proclamations as Shelby Patrice Day in Miami, Fl and Grand Prairie, Tx. Shelby has demonstrated leadership and community service. She has spent many hours organizing existing programs and developing a new profound business Budget University. Her business Budget University is a mastermind piece that has a website towards generational wealth and financial literacy. Her talk show “Mind My Money Monday’s”, has featured celebrity guest to give positive knowledge on financial literacy. Historically Black Since is a media platform dedicated to the culture of HBCUs and Black Greek Lettered Organizations. Visit us online at www.hbcusince.com Follow us on all social media platforms @historicallyblacksince
How Hampton University Prepared this Entrepreneur for Business, Life, and More
On this episode of The Culture Effect podcast, we speak with Hampton University graduate Weston Hill, who is the owner of The Tax Bizz.
To learn more about Weston, visit him online at https://thetaxbizz.com/ Follow him on all social media platforms @thetaxbizz
Historically Black Since is a media platform dedicated to the culture of HBCUs and Black Greek Lettered Organizations. Visit us online at https://www.hbcusince.com/
Former NFL Player Lynden Trail SR. Speaks on his HBCU Experience and more
Seven FAMU Graduates Discuss Their HBCU Experience
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with FAMU graduates about their HBCU experience being at Florida A&M University
Empowerment & Education with Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Member- Keith L. Brown
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with Omega Psi Phi member Keith L. Brown aka “Mr. I’m Possible.” About Keith: Named a “World Class Speaker,” one of the top speakers and consultants in Education by “Insight Publishing,” and International Speakers Network, as well as a, “Social Impact Hero,” by, “Thrive Global,” Keith empowers hundreds of thousands of people annually, many of whom are in Colleges, School systems, Supplemental education agencies, Family advocacy agencies, Foundations, Government agencies, Faith Based Institutions, Corporate America and the “I’M POSSIBLE Institute,” where he coaches and trains Speakers, Authors, Entrepreneurs and all those seeking to expand their Impact and Influence Nationally and Globally.
-He has served as a “Client Referral Consultant,” on A&E’s hit television series,” Beyond Scared Straight,” and is a frequent guest on I-Heart and Sirius XM Radio, often serving as an expert on Youth and Family Enhancement, Educational and Social Justice and Improving the Quality of Life for all Human beings, especially the underserved. His community service and philanthropic work includes but is not limited to the following: The Sickle Cell Foundation, National Lighthouse Foundation, Omega Mentoring Program and the South Fulton Arrow Youth Council. He and his lovely wife Wakea, an Elementary School Principal and Child and Family Advocate, are the proud parents of one sensational son, Keon.
Visit him online at http://keithlbrown.com/about-keith/
Entrepreneur and Influencer Kamaya Chapman on her HBCU Experience, Business and More
On this episode of The Culture Effect Podcast, we speak with Florida Memorial University HBCU graduate Kamaya Chapman on her HBCU experience, and entrepreneur life. Follow Kamaya on Social Media @kamayadaplug
From Albany State University to Empowerment Speaker and Women’s Advocate
Follow Diana on all social media outlets @dianawatley
This Spelman College Alum created a book to teach children the ABCs of HBCUs
To learn more about Claudia, visit her online at hbcuprepschool.com