Ep. 35 NC A&T State University Alumnus, Denaz Green

On this episode, we speak with Denez Green. He’s a graduate of North Carolina A&T State University. Denaz is a Managing Partner of the Black Alumni Ball, LLC  a formal event aimed to connect Black professionals and influencers. During this episode, we discuss his HBCU experience, his career in architectural engineering and we hear from […]

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Ep. 34 Benedict College Alumna, Chajuanna Gathers

On this episode, we speak with Chajuanna “CJ” Gathers. She’s a graduate of Benedict College. Chajuanna is a higher ed. professional and the founder of “The W.E. Group” a woman’s empowerment group based in Charleston, SC. Her organization’s purpose is to help provide emotional & spiritual healing, overall wellness, and to promote dreams, visions & […]

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Ep. 33 Claflin University Alumnus, Jay Dukes

On this episode, we speak with Jay Dukes. He’s a graduate of Claflin University. And one of the most sought-after Master of Ceremonies in the college/university market. His expert improv skills and contagious energy has helped him grace the stage of hundreds of colleges/universities and entertain large crowds throughout the US. During the episode, we […]

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Ep. 32 Tennessee State Alumna, Koereyelle Dubose

On this episode, we speak with the Werkaholic herself, Ms.Koereylle Dubose. She’s a graduate of Tennessee State University. Koereyelle is an Author, International Speaker, and Serial Entrepreneur. She’s the Creator of Single Wives Club, WERKPraySlay Weekend and host of the Confessions Of A Werkaholic Podcast. During the episode, we discuss her HBCU experience, her impactful […]

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Ep. 31 Florida A&M Alumna, Brianna Weaver

On this episode, we speak with Brianna Weaver. She’s a graduate of Florida A & M University. Brianna is a millennial working in the Sports industry. She currently works as an Inside Sales Consultant for the Atlanta Falcons and when her schedule allows she can be found interviewing some of Atlanta’s brightest stars as an […]

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10 HBCU Podcasters You Should Know

If you can’t tell already, we here at The HBCU Podcast really love Historically Black College & University alumni. And it’s safe to say podcasting comes in at a close second. Podcasting has seen significant growth over the last year and has increasingly become more diverse. According to a report by Edison Research and Triton […]

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