TechSoul2023: The Future of Family

I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be a panel speaker at the upcoming Metaverse adventure hosted by the remarkable team of 6GWorld and TechwithSoul!

Join me in a stimulating discussion where tech meets family – as I delve into the pivotal topic of “6G and the Future of Family”! In this panel, we’ll explore the myriad ways the impending 6G revolution will reshape how families connect, communicate, and thrive in a hyper-connected, digital world!

Stay tuned, gather your questions, and let's unlock the potential of #6GTogether! Mark your calendars and get ready for an insightful session filled with tech wisdom and a soulful perspective!

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Mom IS Home: An Amazing Story of Resilience and Victory

In this episode, I spoke with Dr. LaTarsha Holden, 2020 National Mother of the Year®.  She is the mother of 6 and has overcome tremendous obstacles, including homelessness.   Today, she is highly regarded as a speaker and a 12-time author.  Above all, she is a champion for her community, including the homeless.  Her life story is the subject of an upcoming film.  You are sure to be inspired by her story of tenacity and victory and admire her resolve to protect her children in the face of adversity!  (Original air date:  Friday, July 10, 2020)

Guest:  Dr. LaTarsha Holden, advocate, speaker, author/


Home & Family, Part I

What a great conversation we had with today's guests. Our theme was Home & Family: Where Hope, Courage and Dreams are Born. These two phenomenal women have achieved personal and professional success and fulfillment while holding fast to home and the values that shaped them. You'll want to hear what they had to say. (Air Date: November 8, 2019)


Daphne Maxwell Reed – Actor, Producer, Designer, and Author/

Kristi Guillory Reid/Attorney – Policy Analyst, and Author/

Authors’ Roundtable: Her Journey

Today's guests share inspiring life stories as chronicled in their engaging literary works. In CEO of My Soul, by Nicole Cober, Esq., you will follow her rise as a corporate attorney, her courageous launch of an upscale spa and salon and her transition back to corporate law and advocacy for small business owners. Marilyn Thornton's Letters from Edgar's Trunk takes us back to rural Virginia and provides a vivid account of an African American family's everyday life and their treasured connections against the backdrop of World War I and the evolution of race relations, at home and abroad. (Original Air Date: April 14, 2017)


Nicole Cober Esq., Author of CEO of My Soul: The Self-Love Journey of a Small Business Owner and Principal Managing Partner, Cober, Johnson & Romney. 

Marilyn Thornton, Educator, Historian, and Author of Letters from Edgar's Trunk: Tell Them All To Write.

Making Blended Families Work

This discussion, “When 1 + 1 > 2: Creating Blended Families That Work” certainly resonated with our audience.  For the first half of the show, I was joined by Dr. Duane Magnum (aka Dr. Blend), Pastor, Lifestyle Coach, Counselor and Author of Blending to Make It:  Ingredients for a Successful Blended Family.  We talked about the joys and the challenges of bringing partners and their children together to form new loving, thriving families. Next, we heard from Courtney Williams, Blogger and Blended Family Wife/Mom/Stepmom as she shared her experience creating a beautiful blended family and her mission to help others on a similar journey. (Air Date:  May 11, 2018)

Learn more about our guests:

Dr. Duane Mangum:

Courtney Williams: