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Mar 7, 2019

Dr. Annise Mabry has been a homeschooling mom for over eight years. She founded an alternative diploma program, Tiers Free Academy, and she empowers parents to understand their legal rights within the homeschool laws of their states. She is the President of The Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation and continues to serve on...


Mar 7, 2019

Dr. Annise Mabry has been a homeschooling mom for over eight years. She founded an alternative diploma program, Tiers Free Academy, and she empowers parents to understand their legal rights within the homeschool laws of their states. She is the President of The Dr. Annise Mabry Foundation and continues to serve on...


Feb 18, 2019

Martina Downey is an executive with more than 35 years of experience in the college publishing industry. She is a singer/songwriter/recording artist who enjoys singing, writing, speaking, theater, opera, and fine dining. She has served her community through active leadership. Martina is a healer at Harriet’s...


Jan 31, 2019

The ZAMI NOBLA Podcast explores vision loss and intersectionality with Tracey Williams Sullivan, J.D.

 Tracey, better known as Trey is a retired law professional with a specialty in the area of commercial insurance technology risks. She was raised and educated in a Chicago suburb, but she practiced most of her career...


Jan 17, 2019

Pat Hussain recounts her childhood in segregated Atlanta and her involvement in various social justice groups, especially her role in the creation of SONG (Southerners On New Ground).

Hussain (b. 1950) was born and raised in Atlanta, where she attended segregated schools until high school. She came from a middle class...