Let’s celebrate Black Women in Podcasting!
We are thrilled and honored to highlight these amazing podcasters – each one a Black Women with a powerful voice, generous heart and inspiring life. Read their introductions in their own words. It’s all about connecting and celebrating together!
All Black Women Podcasters are invited to be included here, year round. So, if you’d like to be added to this list, message me HERE with your intro and link. Plus, feel free to introduce yourself in this thread in our Women in Podcasting Group HERE.
See our BIPOC Women in Podcasting list HERE.
Leadership Purpose with Dr. Robin
I am a zone of genius locksmith and strategist for high achieving women leaders.
I help high achieving women leaders who find themselves stuck at the top of the wrong ladder of success… They are the first… or one of the first… to gain their particular achievement (for example, first woman in their department… first in the family to… or one of the first in the company’s history to…). Despite their success, they feel stuck, unfulfilled, and empty in their work.
I help them to unlock their zone of genius, so they can get unstuck and move into a new way of being that gives them more meaning, purpose, and fulfillment… without having to leave their job.
I’m Colette Correa—a passionate Senegalese-French-American podcaster.
I’m the podcaster host of ??? ?????? ???????? ???????—a podcast dedicated to inspire and encourage you to experience a deeper intimacy with God and to be transformed by His word in your everyday life.
Dr. Davina’s Dots is all about short but sweet and powerful messages that make meaning out of the mundane and turn the ordinary into extraordinary ways to connect the dots in life.
Words of Heart
Just using the power of my voice for good!! Basically embody being warrior for change. The essence of my podcast Words of Heart is to encourage others & remind them that they are a warrior.
So Cal Voices with Angela Ross
My podcast features candid conversations exploring news, culture and politics that impact southern Californians. You’ll hear relevant, compelling and inspiring stories on leadership, equity, perseverance and resilience, mental health, arts and entertainment.
The SSW Podcast
My podcast is one I cohost and it explores the view point of two clinical social workers examining social change, social justice, activism, oppression and racism from a social worker mindset.
A space for Black women and Black men to learn, listen, and uplift everything about Black hair. The podcast discusses the resurgence of the Natural Hair Movement, Black hair discrimination, trending hairstyles, and much more.
The host, Ms. Autumne-Jae, is a licensed cosmetologist and shares helpful tips and advice about how to maintain a healthy hair lifestyle. Ms. Autumne-Jae also shares her personal journey in learning how to love her natural 4C textured hair and hopes that listeners learn to embrace their natural hairstyles, too.
Visit thehairverythingpodcast.com learn more and follow @the_hairverthing_podcast on Instagram.
Dr. Erika by Design
Ladies it’s time to take back the reins. If you are tired of living in your comfort zone and ready to rediscover the life you were designed for then you have come to the right place. This is a show focused on highlighting amazing women who are stepping out of the box, saying screw the expectations of society, and living on their own terms. Our guests are entrepreneurs, small business owners, CEOs and more. We talk about their journey, their struggles, their fears, and their successes. Each episode will bring you motivation and inspiration; provide support and tips; and we sprinkle in a dose of laughter and maybe even some tears along the way.
Check out the Dr. Erika by Design podcast. We are on YouTube, Spotify, and Apple.
A show about relationships. We talk about dating in the 21st century and about life. Right now we are dealing with a pandemic, so we need ways to occupy ourselves and this show shares various ways we can cope with Covid19, and ways to connect with others for the future.
Stay At Home Mom? Yea Right!
Hey! I’m a Stay at home mom who is rarely home! I have a podcast where I chat with parents about their inspiring lives and journeys. I’d love to be added to your esteemed list of Black Women podcasters.
Do It On Purpose with Chantelle
Do It On Purpose with Chantelle is a podcast all about finding purpose, being passionate about your hustle, and being intentional about every thing you do! The podcast is real and filled with motivation! Take a listen.
Mamma’s Morning Cup
On this podcast hang out with Quinn and guests who are also fellow mommas will bring candid conversations covering the 5 pillars of: Inspiration, Family, Health, Careers, and the love of Books. Momma we need to fill up our cups while juggling careers, our dreams and a family. Momma’s Morning Cup is a weekly Podcast just for you to set your week up with; intentional stories, joy, laughter and a moment to yourself.
A weekly show that provides podcasting pointers for newbies and as well as veteran podcasters. In addition to the podcast, I also have a YouTube Channel which also provides podcasting pointers. I offer individual and group coaching sessions and am launching a podcasting studio in Middletown, DE on April 8th.
Blog Your Way to a Business Profit is a weekly show in which I provide blogging tips and trends that will help new and veteran bloggers turn their passion into a profit.
This podcast is a place of conversation about real life from a thought-provoking stance. Topics are variable promoting positive rhetoric. Also, if you have an event, non-profit or business etc; you’d like to promote get featured for a segment here on Quietly Queen to discuss your perspective or expertise! From politics, education, religion, dating, and societal issues; everyone is welcome! Email feedback guest request to: email@example.com Also available on iHeart Radio?
The Meade musings is a podcast for everyone ,it is a podcast where everyday people share real life experiences of living with difficult illnesses and disabilities.
Our aim is to break societal stigmas on people living with disabilities and reduce the impact on mental health for everyone by getting more people to talk about these social issues, illnesses and disabilities.
This is the journey of two best friends, who met on account of both being named Ebony. Becoming close and growing to realize how oddly similar their stories are, a friendship soon blossomed into a sisterhood. Both navigating the ins and outs of womanhood , listen in as they connect with friends, associates and strangers sharing experiences both high and low.