Get to know one of our co-host of The Process Podcast - Quavon Taylor.
Episode 001: Who is Quavon Taylor?
Get to know one of our co-host of The Process Podcast - Amonté Martin.
Episode 002: Who is Amonté Martin?
Rev. Brown discusses the differences between God and religion, marriage, fatherhood, and how he overcame adversities like the death of his wife.
Episode 003: Trust Him
Rev. James W. Brown
William King Hollis discusses some of the obstacles that he has overcome, including the tragic loss of his mother, being homeless, and finding his passion in motivational speaking, where he aids individuals in discovering their value and purpose.
Episode 004: Fly
William "King" Hollis
Dr. Harrison-Taylor discusses her childhood growing up in Liberty City, the loss of her father, her experiences while attending Florida State University College of Medicine, and her experiences as an OB/GYN resident.
Episode 005: Dr. Mettle
Dr. Crystal Harrison-Taylor
Blaze Carter discusses his community activism, the struggles of coping with the tragic loss of his son - King Carter, growing up in Miami, Florida (Liberty City), and straddling the fence and dodging the street life.
Episode 006: King Carter
Santonio "Blaze" Carter
Delreese discusses the tragic loss of her mother, her experiences growing up in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and the challenges associated with being a law student, wife, and mother.
Episode 007: Choose Love
Tia Coleman discusses her experiences of attending Florida A&M University, surviving a car accident at the same time she found out she was pregnant.
Episode 008: Fancy Cash
Jeffery discusses the struggles associate with growing up without a father in Miami, FL - Liberty City, his college experiences playing football for Bethune-Cookman University, and his journey of pursuing his dream career without pay. From college WR to NFL scout.
Episode 009: Hustle
Tajh Boyd discusses his recruiting process during high school, why he chose Clemson University, his football career at Clemson University, his transition from college to the NFL, and life after football.
Episode 010: Value
Shawanna discusses her experience of serving 16 years in prison due to killing her boyfriend at 15 years old. She also discusses the challenges of being raised by the system, being reacclimated to life outside of prison, and maturing into the woman and entrepreneur she is today.
Episode 011: Triumph Over Trauma
Artis discusses his life experiences of growing up in Miami, FL, living the street life, going to prison, and going to college once he was released. Artis also discusses what it was like to find his purpose in prison and for God to place a calling on his life to be a mentor and public speaker.
Episode 012: Have Faith
Artis Brown, Jr.
Brandon Allen discusses what it was like to grow up in Portsmouth, VA without his mother, his college experiences attending Virginia Tech and Virginia State University, and also his experiences of pursing his PhD at Purdue University.
Episode 013: Make Do
Ky'Eisha discusses what it was like to grow up in Miami, Fl in an abusive home. She also discusses her college experiences, her transition from PWI to HBCU for gradate school, and why see chose to purse a career in law.
Episode 014: President Penn
Preston shares his story of overcoming complacency growing up in Lincoln, NE, overcoming failure, and talks about his book - Define Your Value.
Episode 015: Define Your Value
Brandon Davis discusses what it was like growing up in a single-parent home, attending Florida State University, and stepping out on faith to start multiple businesses.
Episode 016: Just Business
Padric discusses what it was like growing up in Tallahassee, FL, his experiences playing college and professional football, and also shares his journey of pursuing a career as a financial advisor after his football career.
Episode 017: Beast Mode
Kenneth talks about what it was like growing up in Detroit, MI, what it was like to attend Michigan State University, and he also discusses his new film - Sincerely Brenda and shares his experiences of becoming a filmmaker.
Episode 018: Action - Part 1
Sean shares his experiences of growing up in Lansing, MI, attending Morehouse College, and pursing a career within the film industry. He also discusses his film - Sincerely Brenda.
Episode 019: Action - Part 2
Attorney Crump discusses what it was like growing up in North Carolina, what motivated him to pursue a career in law, and what it was like the day he received the call from Travyon Martin's dad after his son's death.
Episode 020: Justice
Benjamin L. Crump, Esq.
Kai shares her experiences growing up in Miami, FL and Detroit, MI. She also shares her story of growing up openly queer, being a woman in corporate America, and why she chose to attend Florida State University even after being denied 3 times.
Episode 021: My Story
Chef Lambo discusses what it was like growing up in Atlanta, GA, going from a private school to an HBCU, and also her experiences of quitting her job to step out on faith to purse her dream of becoming a chef.
Episode 022: Just Do It
BeKura shares her experiences growing up in Newport News, VA, surviving domestic violence and white collar crime. She also discusses voting, community, redemption, music, and black mental health.
Episode 023: Redemption
Tiffany shares her experiences growing up in Chicago, attending the University of Miami, and attending University of Maryland for her PhD. She also discuses identity, why she chose UM, and why she is pursing a PhD in Public Policy.
Episode 024: Made For This
Bree Hill discusses her childhood experiences growing up "on the move" in Texas, Florida, and California. She also discusses building authentic relationships, how she found Christ, and how she found herself and her husband.
Episode 025: Go Hard
Andrea discusses her experiences growing up in a single-parent home in Houston, TX, her experiences attending med school, and the struggles she faced pursing her dream career. Andrea also discusses mental health, what it means to compromise, how to be yourself within your work space, and what it means to trust the process.
Episode 026: Paging Dr. Dre
Dr. Andrea Alexander
Tabaris discusses his experiences growing up in Orangeburg, SC, growing up without his mother, and being raised by an Aunt. Tabaris also shares why he chose to attend South Carolina State University for undergraduate and Alabama A&M University for his master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning.
Episode 027: Believe & Become
Attorney Jamika Wester shares her experiences growing up in New Orleans, LA and moving to Houston, TX after Hurricane Katrina. Attorney Wester also shares what it was like transitioning careers from being a teacher to becoming a lawyer, attending law school, and what it means to trust the process and step out on faith.
Episode 028: Step Out On Faith
Jamika Wester, Esq.
Kendra shares her experiences of growing up in Fort Lauderdale, FL and attending Florida A&M University. She also discusses what it means to form your identity, how to overcome bullying, and how to begin to love yourself as God loves you.