February is Black History Month and a time for all of us to recognize and celebrate Black leaders, thinkers, doers and innovators from around the world. We’ve had the pleasure of interviewing many Black influencers and culture changers on The Ghidotti Podcast to learn more about their business or project, the challenges they overcame and the strategies they leveraged to succeed. Check out some of our favorite conversations from the past few years.
Dani Evans: After winning Cycle 6 of America’s Next Top Model in 2006, Little Rock native Dani Evans has seemingly experienced it all during her 15-year modeling career. Tune into this episode of The Ghidotti Podcast to hear why she says she’s just getting started.
Adena White: – Centering voices that are often unheard is an important aspect of Black History Month and Adena White is doing just that with the Blackbelt Voices podcast. She shares more about the origin of the podcast and the value of learning from other people on this episode of The Ghidotti Podcast.
Kara Wilkins: The U.S. Census is often mistaken as just a way of counting everyone in the population, but the data is actually used to make government decisions at every level. Fresh off the 2020 Census, don’t miss this interview with Kara Wilkins of Arkansas Counts about the importance of a complete and accurate count.
Rodney Block: Arkansas musician Rodney Block is one of the state’s most iconic jazz artists and trumpet players. Check out this episode of The Ghidotti Podcast as he and host Natalie Ghidotti discuss music, business, Doug E. Fresh and everything in between.
Staci Croom-Raley: Led by executive director Staci Croom-Raley, Home Instruction for Parents and Preschool Youngsters, or HIPPY, has spent decades partnering with parents to help prepare their children for success in school. She sits down with host Natalie Ghidotti to discuss numerous topics in the education field on this episode of The Ghidotti Podcast.
Tamika Edwards: As a long-time advocate for social justice and equality, Tamika Edwards has become one of Central Arkansas’ most recognized figures associated with women empowerment. In this episode of The Ghidotti Podcast, she sheds light on the importance of a community coming together to promote inclusion and diversity.