Today’s episode features T.V. writer, producer and
award-winning filmmaker, Felicia Pride. Felicia has written on Ava
DuVernay’s “Queen Sugar,” and is currently a producer on
“Grey’s Anatomy” in addition to developing shows with FX and
In 2020, Felicia’s film Really Love, for which she is
This week’s episode features Renée Watson, #1 New York Times
Bestselling author, educator, and community activist. With a focus
on Black youth and particularly Black girls, Renée’s poetry
and fiction explores themes of home, identity, and the
intersections of race, class, and gender. Her children’s
Natalie and Derrica’s work championing the voices of the Black
and missing and their families was recently highlighted in a
four-part HBO Max documentary series by Emmy-Award Winning Geeta
Gandbhir and award-winning...
This week’s episode features Latoya Drake, Head of Media
Representation at Google. Latoya landed in the world of media after
pivoting from her path to law school and quickly finding herself
immersed in the world of messaging, soundbites and ultimately
becoming the voice and face for global corporations.
Black Women Talk Work is the podcast candidly exploring the experiences of black women at work while highlighting our success stories along the way! Join host Myriha Burce as she dives into diversity and inclusion through the lens of black working women. Featuring interviews with women across multiple industries and at various stages of their careers, Black Women Talk Work offers insightful conversation into career pathing, the state of corporate for black women and how they continue to carve their own paths to success.