Comeback with SurviveHer: Media Personality and Advocate Lyndsay Levingston

Lyndsay Levingston is a segment producer for the Black News Channel. Prior, she’s worked as an anchor/reporter and host for various news outlets including NY 1 News, BOLD TV and NBC Houston.  Lyndsay also serves as a communications/media consultant for organizations, businesses, and politicians. The Houston native graduated with honors from the University of North Texas and is the founder of SurviveHER …

Comeback to Menstrual Health Awareness: “The Period Doctor” Dr. Charis Chambers

Dr. Charis Chambers is a Pediatric and  Adolescent Gynecologist who not only changes the lives of her patients.  But also brings her knowledge and comprehensive digestible advice to social media as, The Period Doctor, after recognizing an unmet need for medically accurate women’s  health information and minority physician representation in social media outlets. I asked her YOUR menstrual health questions …

Comeback to the Power of Song: R&B Recording Artist TWEET

R&B Recording Artist and Songwriter TWEET stopped by the Comeback Studio to talk about her new single, “NEVA GONNA BREAK MY HEART AGAIN,” her Moscato “Southern Hummingbird” and why she considers Missy Elliott her Guardian Angel. She also gets candid about her setback seasons and what keeps her coming back.  This is a testimony teaching not to miss!  Stream her …

Comeback to Storytelling: “The Queen of Storytelling” Ardre Orie

Ardre Orie is a celebrity ghostwriter, book publishing expert, playwright, film director and CEO of 13th & Joan Publishing House who has written for a host of clients including BRAVO, BET and Grammy Award-winning artists just to name a few.  She sat down with me to talk about how your story doesn’t belong to you and how it’s not for …

Comeback to Being the Change: Activist Zyahna Bryant

Zyahna Bryant was just 15 years old when she started the petition to remove the Robert E. Lee statue in her hometown of Charlottesville. Since then, other statues of the confederacy and oppressors have been removed as well.  Zyahna told me of her journey and what’s next for her, including her brand Black Women Built This, to learn more visit: BWBTBrand.com Check out this episode!

Comeback to Representation: Talent Relations Manager Giselle Phelps

Giselle Phelps is a seasoned talent executive who currently represents a diverse slate of top TV talents & experts, including myself, since launching her boutique firm in 2013. I sat down with her to talk how she used her emancipation to emancipate others and the genesis of this calling coming from her ancestors’ freedom stories. We also talked the lack …

In Times of Transition:

Times of transition can be equal parts exciting and terrifying! This week I reflect on lessons learned from my guests in August and how I’m navigating my next chapter. Check out this episode!

Yodit Tewolde: Legal Expert and Host Talks Comeback and Access

Yodit Tewolde is a well-respected trial lawyer, legal analyst, journalist and fashionista. I sat down with her to talk, her greatest comeback and the lessons she takes with her. We also talk the responsibilities felt by on-air talent of color and how she navigates on “Making  the Case with Yodit,” her primetime show on The Black News Channel  (“BNC”). Yodit …

Kimberly Seals Allers: Founder of Irth App

Award-winning journalist and expert in Black maternal health, Kimberly Allers Seals, joins Comeback to talk Irth App, like the word birth, but the “b” is dropped for bias. Irth is a Yelp-like review and rating platform for Black and brown women and birthing people to find and leave reviews of their OBGYNs, birthing hospitals, and pediatricians. This is the kick …

Designer Byron Lars: In Earnest Official

Byron Lars started designing under his own label in 1991 with a small collection of sportswear of what he refers to as “twisted American classics.” His line has been carried  by such prestigious retailers as Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s. His notoriety also led to his designing a limited edition of designer Barbie dolls for Mattel …