St. Louis

184: Ed Herman (Brown & Crouppen Law Firm)

Meet Ed Herman, attorney and managing partner at Brown & Crouppen, a personal injury law firm in St. Louis.

183: Judy Sindecuse (Capital Innovators)

Meet Judy Sindecuse, CEO at Capital Innovators, whose top-ranking Accelerator Program provides startups with the resources they need.

182: Kenny DeShields (The Real Love Project)

Kenny DeShields, a singer-songwriter from St. Louis who recently released his first full-length album, The Real Love Project.

169: Charli Cooksey (WEPOWER)

Meet Charli Cooksey, Founder & CEO of WEPOWER. Charli discusses colorism and representation bias, the two distinct and disparate parts of St. Louis, finding personal balance, and much more!

167: Christian Ethridge (Taco Circus)

Meet Christian Ethridge, Chef and Owner at Taco Circus. Christian discusses his entrepreneurial journey, economic mobility for his team, making Taco Circus more than your average “margarita mill,” and much more!

164: J.J. Jones (JOCON Media)

Meet J.J. Jones, Managing Partner at JOCON Media. J.J. discusses going from one podcast to 10, the challenges of managing podcast talent, giving people a voice who have something to say, and much more!

163: Tyrean Lewis (Heru Urban Farming)

Meet Tyrean Lewis, Founder & CEO of Heru Urban Farming. Tyrean discusses his family tradition of farming, ending food apartheid in St. Louis and beyond, what’s next for Heru Urban Farming, and much more!

160: Holland Saltsman (The Novel Neighbor)

Meet Holland Saltsman, Owner at The Novel Neighbor. Holland discusses bookstores in the age of Amazon, hidden gems of the book world, creatively interacting with customers and keeping the business afloat during a pandemic, and much more!

159: T. Moore (Doer House)

Meet T. Moore, Creative Director at Doer House. T. Moore discusses the Black creative movement, offline vs. online presence, his advice for young entrepreneurs, and much more!

158: Khalia Collier (St. Louis Surge)

Meet Khalia Collier, Owner of the St. Louis Surge. Khalia discusses what it’s like being a young, Black, female sports team owner, owning the responsibility of making an impact on her community, what’s next for the Surge, and much more!