What is the premise of the show?
The Leadership Blend live podcast is for the individual who wants to be informed. Designed to empower, it seeks to simplify major headlines and bring awareness. Myself and Simone Cherie tackle headlines that effect the every day individual and their families. Guest to the show, bring expertise in subject matter that is or has been discussed in some aspect. Our listeners, leave each broadcast with a deeper understanding of what is or on it's way down the governmental pipeline. Our guest includes: Chief Executive Officers, Politicians, Educators, and many others!
The shows demographic is 25- 34 (primary) and ages 35- 44 (secondary). These age groups, are filled with fresh graduates & early career seekers. Typically, it consists of Millennial's and Generation Z, who seek to be informed, empowered and prepared. Show guest are given the opportunity to share their expertise and knowledge of important subject matter.
How & When can I watch?
The show airs every Monday at 12pm on Facebook Live on the Leadership Blend's Facebook page. Once aired, episodes are loaded on the Leadership Blend's Youtube page. The episodes are then loaded to 10 digital platforms. Those platforms are: iheart, Pandora, Spotify, Apple Podcast, Spreaker, Tune In, Deezer, Podcast Addict, Castbox, Soundcloud, JioSaavn, and Google Podcast!
Newly elected Cobb County Commissioner for District two, Jerica Richardson joins us! She discusses her job as a Commissioner, her background, and her plans for the county!
Welcome to another edition of the Leadership Blend! Today we welcome back, Flynn Broady Jr.! He visited the show for the first time when he was running for Senate. He recently just won the Cobb County District Attorney race and we are excited! We will be discussing what a District Attorney does, why it is such an important office and what's on his agenda moving forward
Welcome to another edition of the Leadership Blend Live Podcast! Today we welcome Licensed Counselor Leo Bryant to the show! He is also the Co-Founder of Fatherless in Georgia. We are discussing the psyche of minority children and the outcomes in education. How does it affect them mentally? Is it a major factor in ensuring their success?