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Career Perspective – Marquitta Rucker

In this episode of “Off The Top”, we sit down with nonprofit Founder Marquitta Rucker from the SWAT Foundation. Ms. Rucker was inspired to continue the legacy started by her mother to ensure that underserved people in rural locations had adequate access to health services (information, screening, etc.). In addition to operating a nonprofit, Ms.Continue reading “Career Perspective – Marquitta Rucker”

Special Edition – Lashawndra Robinson

In this episode of “Ebony Tree Council – Off The Top”, we introduce our audience to a wonderfully talented Chef / Farmer / Psychologist Ms. Lashawndra Robinson. In addition to learning more about such an amazing person, we will discuss the following topics. Food as medicine Generational wealth Nutrition in the school Checkout the interviewContinue reading “Special Edition – Lashawndra Robinson”

Career Perspective Interview – Kanesha Williams

In this episode of “Off The Top”, we connect with culinary chef and caterer Kanesha Williams. She is the owner of “Dominique’s Comfort Cuisine” where she crafts a unique blend of elegant down home dishes in the Metro Atlanta Area. Kanesha also dedicates her time to being a positive role for young women of colorContinue reading “Career Perspective Interview – Kanesha Williams”

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Special Edition Guest – Charlotte E. Garnes

In this special edition of “Off The Top”, we connect with pioneer entrepreneur and activist Charlotte Garnes. She is the Program Manager of the Bail Project in the state of Georgia where they disrupt the flow of System-Impacted people headed towards long-term and/or generation incarceration. Charlotte is also the Founder of ReNforce.org where she advocatesContinue reading “Special Edition Guest – Charlotte E. Garnes”

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Career Perspective – Dr. Lillian Williams

In this episode or “Off The Top”, we are delighted to connect with Dr. Lillian Williams. In addition to being faculty at Augusta Technical College, Dr. Williams is a successful coach and consultant. We were delighted for her share with our young audience these few yet essential words, “Don’t be afraid to try” Checkout theContinue reading “Career Perspective – Dr. Lillian Williams”

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Career Perspectives – Nicholas Harrison

In this episode or “Off The Top”, we are delighted to connect with Nicholas Xavier Harrison 1. In addition to being corporate Stock Broker with Morgan Stanley, Mr. Harrison is a powerful speaker, community leader and influencer. Nicholas gives an empowering perspective on purpose and fulfillment as someone who gauges the positive impact on thoseContinue reading “Career Perspectives – Nicholas Harrison”

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Year In Review 2021

We are celebrating the first anniversary of our official launch!! Today, we used our podcast (Ebony Tree Council – Off The Top) to highlight the programs that we’ve created along with a few of the poignant moments from Season 1 of the podcast. Checkout our “Year In Review” episode During this episode, we also shareContinue reading “Year In Review 2021”

Series: Food Insecurity Impact

This post was originally published on Medium. Today, we’re opening a new series on food insecurity related issues. Specifically, we intend to use this series to discuss the issues around food insecurities. We will use the first 3–4 submissions to introduce our approach to reducing the impact that food insecurity has on marginalized communities. WelcomeContinue reading “Series: Food Insecurity Impact”

Clear Vision 2021

This post was originally published on Medium. We’ve just completed our annual review in the lab at ETC and felt it necessary to share a few highlights from the session. Certainly, every human on the planet will have testimonies to share about surviving the past 12 months. So, we won’t waste your time pontificating aboutContinue reading “Clear Vision 2021”

The Time Has Come

This post was originally published on Medium. The time has come for Black America to admit a fundamental truth about expectations from the system of government in the United States. …and again, it comes down to the images that we choose to absorb into our consciousness. The images we expect? A holistic governmental (executive, legislativeContinue reading “The Time Has Come”


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