106: Begin 2019 with an Evolutionary, Meditational, Inner Journey with Dr. Anna Huff and Dr. Teresa Reyes Castillo, Founders of Being Centered & Authors of Awaken Love

106: Begin 2019 with an Evolutionary, Meditational, Inner Journey with Dr. Anna Huff and Dr. Teresa Reyes Castillo, Founders of Being Centered & Authors of Awaken Love

Dr. Anna Huff and Dr. Teresa Reyes Castillo are married, licensed clinical psychologists running a holistic practice in the big apple. They go one step beyond psychology taking their clients into an evolutionary meditational inner journey through soul-journey coaching in collaboration with a clairvoyant, medium, and energy healer. They are also recent author of Awaken Love, published earlier this year by friend of the show Jenn T. Grace’s company Publish Your Purpose Press. Their book helps readers gain a greater level of intuitive awareness about the soul connection that exists within all relationships.

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105: Celebrate 50 Years of the Advocate Proudly with David Millbern, Emmy Nominated Actor-Producer

105: Celebrate 50 Years of the Advocate Proudly with David Millbern, Emmy Nominated Actor-Producer

David Millbern is an Emmy nominated actor-producer delivering thrillers like, The Nurse, comedies like Hush Up Sweet Charlotte, and sit-coms like From here! starring EMMY-winner Juliet Mills. He has won the prestigious Sabre Award for producing Live from the Daytime Emmy’s Red Carpet and is the producer of the critically acclaimed documentary, A Long Road to Freedom: The Advocate Celebrates 50 Years narrated by Laverne Cox, which chronicles a half-century of the fight for equality, as well as the publication that covered it all.

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104: In a World Where You Can Be Anything, Be Kind with Molly Adele Brown, Singer-Songwriter

104: In a World Where You Can Be Anything, Be Kind with Molly Adele Brown, Singer-Songwriter

Molly Adele Brown is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter who works actively in her community, devoting time and energy to helping the local homeless community. After becoming an advocate for the Only Human Organization, she was inspired to write a song based on their mission of kindness and social entrepreneurship. The song is entitled, “Only Human,” and like all of her other songs, it underscores her belief that everyone deserves to be treated with respect and feel loved – a message that she says is, “pure and simple.”

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103: Stitch Social Responsibility into the Fabric of Your Business with Michael Kajubi, McBern Tours & Travel Founder

103: Stitch Social Responsibility into the Fabric of Your Business with Michael Kajubi, McBern Tours & Travel Founder

Michael Kajubi is the founder of McBern Tours and Travel, an inclusive tour company providing premium tour services in Uganda and throughout East Africa. He started his business in 2013 with the intention of supporting the McBern Foundation which helps marginalized aging adults and young people who have survived some form of family rejection because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Michael’s business mantra is TRIP – transparency, responsibility, integrity, and professionalism.

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102: Learn Why Diefendorff Is America’s Next Great Watch Company with Founder & CEO, James Reeves

102: Learn Why Diefendorff Is America’s Next Great Watch Company with Founder & CEO, James Reeves

James Reeves is the head watch designer, accountant, supply chain guru, warehouse manager, human resources professional, blog writer, ad copy writer, and chief photographer for Diefendorff. And in his spare time he also takes on other roles for Diefendorff like web site design, database management, public relations, sales, customer fulfillment, customer relationship management, internship program coordinator and leadership development. In other words, he's an entrepreneur at heart at is thrilled that each day - and each hour - is different from the last. He also has an amazing and very old dog.

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101: Learn How Your Book Can Help Your Business with Brad Graber, Award Winning Author

101: Learn How Your Book Can Help Your Business with Brad Graber, Award Winning Author

Brad Graber is the author of the award-winning novel, The Intersect, set in Phoenix in 2010 which follows the lives of strangers as they make powerful life-long connections. His second novel, After the Fall, was released in May 2018 and is the story of a teenager being raised by her grandmother who goes on a journey to find her family. Brad spent 30 years in healthcare and is a former Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a Certified Medical Practice Administrator through The Medical Group Management Association. Brad currently lives in Phoenix with his husband Jeff and their 15-year old miniature poodle, Charlie. 

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100: Celebrate the Out Entrepreneur’s 100th Episode by Honoring International Transgender Day of Remembrance #TDOR2018

100: Celebrate the Out Entrepreneur’s 100th Episode by Honoring International Transgender Day of Remembrance #TDOR2018

In celebration of the podcast’s 100th episode, we are airing a special panel discussion featuring local transgender, non-binary, and ally community leaders committed to expanding economic opportunities through the PDX Trans Works Project. Airing this panel discussion is timely given that today is the International Transgender Day of Remembrance – an annual observance memorializing those who were murdered due to anti-transgender hatred. The day also honors those who are still surviving, thriving, and committed to building a better world affirming of transgender people. If you are an #OutBoss curious as to how you can expand economic opportunities for transgender people, you don’t want to miss the this episode!

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099: Join the #BelongingMovement with Rhodes Perry, Founder & CEO of Rhodes Perry Consulting and Author of Belonging at Work

099: Join the #BelongingMovement with Rhodes Perry, Founder & CEO of Rhodes Perry Consulting and Author of Belonging at Work

Learn about Rhodes Perry’s new book, Belonging at Work, as the brilliant Shawn Price, host of the popular podcast Chasing Fifty stars as the show’s guest host. When you tune in, you’ll have the opportunity to join a movement of passionate leaders, change makers, movers, and shakers working together to cultivate workplace cultures where everyone can show up as their authentic selves, where their differences are celebrated as a source of strength, and where their contributions are valued. This episode encourages & empowers you to establish a bold vision of what a healthier workplace could be, and it offers a blueprint for the future of work. Join the #BelongingMovement today!

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098: Live Podcast Recording! Harness Your Rainbow Superpowers & Gain a Competitive Advantage at Work with Panelists from the 2018 NGLCC Business Leaders Conference

098: Live Podcast Recording! Harness Your Rainbow Superpowers & Gain a Competitive Advantage at Work with Panelists from the 2018 NGLCC Business Leaders Conference

During this live podcast recording, hear from some of today’s most inspiring LGBTQ entrepreneurs interviewed at the NGLCC’s annual leadership conference in Philadelphia. The conversation explores what it takes to have an out boss mindset, and how to gauge when to come out to business partners, colleagues, clients, etc. (even for those who are implicitly out). We then spend a good amount of time discussing how to leverage our rainbow superpowers gleaned from years of lived experiences to build a thriving business. If you’ve ever wondered if, or how, your LGBTQ identity offers a competitive edge in the world of business, this live podcast recording is for you!

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097: Fuel Your Social Enterprise with Your Passion & Past Work Experience with Sonia Fay Stolfo, Founder of the Afrikan Clothing Co.

097: Fuel Your Social Enterprise with Your Passion & Past Work Experience with Sonia Fay Stolfo, Founder of the Afrikan Clothing Co.

Sonia Fay Stolfo identifies as a queer entrepreneur who has made Portland, Oregon her adopted home for the past decade. Equipped with a degree in Economics and several years of nonprofit experience, she hatched the idea to start the Afrikan Clothing Co., a social enterprise based in Kenya. The business is dedicated to producing custom fit women’s clothing while investing profits back into the community through projects that support young women and girls. She is currently working to secure seed funding for her business, and believes in its immense potential to lead the way forward for conscious business practices.

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