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Jun 28, 2020

Last episode we spoke with Awete Tyehimba, owner of Pan African Connection, about reconnecting with our roots...the inspiration behind the reconnecting. One question we asked was where do we begin. It can be quite an overwhelming and daunting task. We’ll be talking about the process of researching your roots with our guest momologist, Bernetta Knighten of BernettaStyle. 

Guest Momologist Bio:  Bernetta Knighten, is a certified Life Coach who helps motivate women in developing a blueprint to follow their dreams. Bernetta launched the non-profit, The Knighten Project in 2015, with a vision to reinvent how everyday people dream by making one big dream come true for people who have hope, but lack the network, resources, and opportunity.

The Midwest native earned her Bachelor’s degree from Alabama State University in Marketing and is a proud ASU Alumni. She is also an Executive Concierge with PwC, PricewaterhouseCoopers in Tampa, Florida. Bernetta has also run her own lifestyle site, for 10 years, which focuses on Family, Fitness and has allowed her to work with big brands such as Disney, Steve Harvey, Home Depot and many more. She also runs an eCommerce business with her daughter, Bailee’s Nail Box and her most recent venture is the podcast, Dream Girl, Dream!

Episode is Sponsored In Part by:  Wife With a Chef Knife

Wife with a Chef Knife is a Black owned/operating company selling Low Carb treats that are perfect for those who are dieting, diabetic including pregnant women with gestational diabetes, low carb, atkins, or keto dieting who are still craving sweets. 

Shipping is Nationwide. Local Delivery is offered in the Atlanta area.

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Episode is Sponsored In Part by:  Bold Believers

Bold Believers United is hosting its fourth annual, C4: Christian, Character, College & Career Summer Camp. Traditionally, C4 is held at Southern Methodist University, but in effort to keep everyone safe from COVID-19, C4 will be completely online. We would love for any 13-17yr olds (7-12 graders) to join us this summer!

Their registration deadline is July 8th.

The C4 camp provides middle and high school students exposure and preparation for college, various career pathways and diverse industry experts who lead workshops, provide mentoring and share expertise throughout the camp. Additionally, students participate in various activities and workshops centered on strengthening their Christian faith, self-esteem, confidence and peer relationships.


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Produced By: Greenville Ave. Recording Studio

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