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Third Culture Africans

Zeze Oriaikhi-Sao

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Zeze Oriaikhi-Sao

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Inspiring, motivating, and full of wonder, discover how those who succeed do it. Hear what drives each of our dynamic guests to overcome obstacles and hear stories of their accomplishments.

Latest Episodes

Adebola Williams, Giving Life to Your Voice

Hear from Adebola firsthand about why the focus should always be on the people. He has a true passion for reaching young people and speaking to them using different platforms.

52 MIN6 d ago
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Adebola Williams, Giving Life to Your Voice

Adora Mba, Cultivating African Art on A Global Scale

In today’s episode, Adora reflects on how her home life inspired her love for art, even if her parents didn’t see it as a career. She talks about working in public relations and journalism and being at forefront of bringing art to the mainstream media.

52 MIN1 w ago
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Adora Mba, Cultivating African Art on A Global Scale

Wale Davies, Making Music with Integrity

Wale Davies, also known as Tec, is a creative pioneer and figurehead of the independent music scene in Africa. As a musician entrepreneur, he is a record label owner, a production company owner, video and film director, and talent manager.

80 MIN2 w ago
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Wale Davies, Making Music with Integrity

Efe Edmund Olotu, Invest In What You Care About

Listen to Efe Edmund Olotu’s entrepreneurial journey, and the importance of learning, pivoting, and solving problems come to the forefront.

57 MIN3 w ago
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Efe Edmund Olotu, Invest In What You Care About

Lerato Umah-Shaylor, Passion on a Plate

Hear Lerato's thought processes behind different business decisions she’s made during her career. Everything has been done with the intention to celebrate and start discussions around Africa’s culinary tradition. Lerato celebrates food’s ability to nurture and create relationships with others.

67 MINJUN 1
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Lerato Umah-Shaylor, Passion on a Plate

Arieta Mujay, The Influencer Behind the Influencers

Today’s podcast details Arieta's journey from university student to someone who’s worked with people like Kelly Osbourne, Rihanna, and Kelis.

67 MINMAY 25
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Arieta Mujay, The Influencer Behind the Influencers

Chibundu Onuzo, Expanding the Perspective on Africa

Chibundu and Zeze dive into meaningful cultural conversations, such as tackling cultural ignorance, what defines “Third Culture African,” and the layered meaning behind the question, “where are you from?”

49 MINMAY 18
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Chibundu Onuzo, Expanding the Perspective on Africa

Trevyn McGowan: Bringing African Design to a Global Audience

Trevyn breaks down two aspects of her work. First are the collaborations and relationships fostered in the artistic company. The second aspect is about starting, scaling, and running a design business.

49 MINMAY 11
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Trevyn McGowan: Bringing African Design to a Global Audience

Ernest Danjuma: A Journey to Becoming an African Change-Maker

Ernest Danjuma illustrates there is more than one pathway to success. He has made a journey from construction management to brand design while building a platform to elevate African voices and issues. Now he uses his influence to highlight vital issues and support Africans.

55 MINMAY 4
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Ernest Danjuma: A Journey to Becoming an African Change-Maker

Arese Ugwu: Teaching African Women How to Make Their Money Work for Them

Arese Ugwu is the founder of Smart Money Africa, a personal finance platform targeting millennial Africans, with a mission to educate all Africans about financial literacy. It’s important to Arese Ugwu that women become more self-aware about financial issues. Her passion is rooted in her personal experiences. She had a career in finance, but even with her knowledge about growing wealth and making investments, the reality of managing personal finances was driven home when she became a single mother.

55 MINAPR 27
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Arese Ugwu: Teaching African Women How to Make Their Money Work for Them

Latest Episodes

Adebola Williams, Giving Life to Your Voice

Hear from Adebola firsthand about why the focus should always be on the people. He has a true passion for reaching young people and speaking to them using different platforms.

52 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Adebola Williams, Giving Life to Your Voice

Adora Mba, Cultivating African Art on A Global Scale

In today’s episode, Adora reflects on how her home life inspired her love for art, even if her parents didn’t see it as a career. She talks about working in public relations and journalism and being at forefront of bringing art to the mainstream media.

52 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Adora Mba, Cultivating African Art on A Global Scale

Wale Davies, Making Music with Integrity

Wale Davies, also known as Tec, is a creative pioneer and figurehead of the independent music scene in Africa. As a musician entrepreneur, he is a record label owner, a production company owner, video and film director, and talent manager.

80 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Wale Davies, Making Music with Integrity

Efe Edmund Olotu, Invest In What You Care About

Listen to Efe Edmund Olotu’s entrepreneurial journey, and the importance of learning, pivoting, and solving problems come to the forefront.

57 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Efe Edmund Olotu, Invest In What You Care About

Lerato Umah-Shaylor, Passion on a Plate

Hear Lerato's thought processes behind different business decisions she’s made during her career. Everything has been done with the intention to celebrate and start discussions around Africa’s culinary tradition. Lerato celebrates food’s ability to nurture and create relationships with others.

67 MINJUN 1
Comments
Lerato Umah-Shaylor, Passion on a Plate

Arieta Mujay, The Influencer Behind the Influencers

Today’s podcast details Arieta's journey from university student to someone who’s worked with people like Kelly Osbourne, Rihanna, and Kelis.

67 MINMAY 25
Comments
Arieta Mujay, The Influencer Behind the Influencers

Chibundu Onuzo, Expanding the Perspective on Africa

Chibundu and Zeze dive into meaningful cultural conversations, such as tackling cultural ignorance, what defines “Third Culture African,” and the layered meaning behind the question, “where are you from?”

49 MINMAY 18
Comments
Chibundu Onuzo, Expanding the Perspective on Africa

Trevyn McGowan: Bringing African Design to a Global Audience

Trevyn breaks down two aspects of her work. First are the collaborations and relationships fostered in the artistic company. The second aspect is about starting, scaling, and running a design business.

49 MINMAY 11
Comments
Trevyn McGowan: Bringing African Design to a Global Audience

Ernest Danjuma: A Journey to Becoming an African Change-Maker

Ernest Danjuma illustrates there is more than one pathway to success. He has made a journey from construction management to brand design while building a platform to elevate African voices and issues. Now he uses his influence to highlight vital issues and support Africans.

55 MINMAY 4
Comments
Ernest Danjuma: A Journey to Becoming an African Change-Maker

Arese Ugwu: Teaching African Women How to Make Their Money Work for Them

Arese Ugwu is the founder of Smart Money Africa, a personal finance platform targeting millennial Africans, with a mission to educate all Africans about financial literacy. It’s important to Arese Ugwu that women become more self-aware about financial issues. Her passion is rooted in her personal experiences. She had a career in finance, but even with her knowledge about growing wealth and making investments, the reality of managing personal finances was driven home when she became a single mother.

55 MINAPR 27
Comments
Arese Ugwu: Teaching African Women How to Make Their Money Work for Them
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