Attorney Venisha Arnold www.venishaarnold.com is Holding Court with “Persistence is The Key! The Podcast!” She provides a platform by sharing stories of inspiring individuals who overcame obstacles & difficulties to accomplish their goals and to win in life!
I sat down to chat with Judge Fredericka Phillips. She is the First Black Female Judge of the 61st Civil Court in Harris County. Judge Phillips was recently re-elected to her 2nd term (Congratulations!). Her interview will be an inspiration to everyone to Never Settle and Practice Persistence! For more on Judge Phillips visit www.frederickaphillips.com.
I sat down to chat with Mrs. Nyanza Moore I originally met Nyanza 8 years ago at a fashion show at Saks Fifth Avenue. Nyanza is an Attorney, Wife, Mother, United States Congressional Candidate, Fox 26 Political Commentator, Socialite, Fashionista & an All-Around Good Person. Click the link for my conversation with Nyanza.
For more on Nyanza visit www.texaspropertyclaims.com
I sat down to chat with Zenobia Harris Bivens. Zenobia is the Managing Partner of the Houston office of Frost Brown & Todd. She is a Northwestern Law graduate. Her law practice focuses on business litigation. Zenobia’s cases have been featured in Forbes Magazine, the New York Times, and the Houston Chronicle. She has been recognized as a Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star, named a Top Woman Lawyer in Texas Monthly, and a Top Houston Lawyer by Houstonia Magazine. The definition of a lady boss! Her interview will be an excellent testament of being strategic, never settling & practicing persistence. For more on Zenobia visit https://frostbrowntodd.com/people/zenobia-harris-bivens/
I sat down to chat with Attorney Amanda Edwards who is fresh off a historic campaign for The United States Senate! Amanda is a Harvard Law Graduate & recently served the City of Houston as a City Council Member At-Large. As you know I’m biased toward lady lawyers (probably because I am one, 😊) Amanda practiced law for years as a municipal finance lawyer. She has practiced law at both Vinson & Elkins LLP and Bracewell LLP. Amanda recently launched a nonprofit that focuses on the elderly which we discussed on the podcast and all her future endeavors and whether she will she run for office again.
Amanda is a For(bes) the Culture Contributor and has been featured on multiple media networks, including: ABC, CNN, MSNBC, Fox Business, Essence, Black Enterprise, The Root, The New York Times, NPR, Politico, and The Texas Tribune, among others. While Amanda has received many accolades for her legal and community work, she finds empowering communities to be her greatest reward.
For more on Amanda visit www.amandakedwards.com.