Today’s podcast is FIRE with our guest Ameerah Saine, founder of Brunch and Slay and BAS Media, host of the Brunch and Slay podcast, and creator of the #WeBuildWeWin movement, helping allies take action to bring awareness and goodness to race equality.
We decided to be really real on this episode, covering:
- Stepping into your full confidence as a woman and leader
- Embracing your season of motherhood
- The benefits of failure and disappointment
- Owning your influence
- Honest conversations on race and equality
You do not want to miss Ameerah’s answer to the following questions:
How do you answer the friend who says, “but I’m not a racist…” (39:35)
When people say, it’s not about race, it’s about ___________, what’s your response (42:31)
Ameerah also answers our reader question for today:
“I’m a grandmother raising my 5 month old biracial grandson. How can I best incorporate his heritage into his life?”
I loved the wisdom Ameerah had to share and I left with several “aha” moments about how we can truly be better together!
Here’s the links from today’s episode:
Ameerah Saine is a daughter, sister, wife, and mommy. She is also a friend to many and in each one of these roles she displays her “go-getter” attitude, service mentality and true enjoyment of being a woman and possessing the ability to inspire others.
A graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce, veteran of the Texas Army National Guard, and former Regional Sales Director for Remington Administrative Services, Ameerah has been recognized and awarded for her leadership skills, and service to her country.
With the spirit of service that encompasses her being, Ameerah has set out on a mission to uniquely empower women from many different backgrounds but with similar necessities. Her brainchild “Brunch and Slay” gives women the opportunity to network, and grow, all while being the Fabulous women that they need to be.
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