WURD Radio · Daybreak 5.13.20 – John Hope Bryant Operation Hope is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial literacy, empowerment and economic education to youth and adults. Founder, John Hope Bryant came on DayBreak to chat with Helanah about the need for community healing, especially during times of difficulty. He says that healing must […]

Business, Education

April 11, 2021

The Power of Financial Literacy

WURD Radio · Daybreak 6.9.20 – Evelyn From The Internets Humor writer and digital storyteller, Evelyn from the Internets, came on DayBreak to chat about her journey in the internet world. As a youtuber who has tons of “Internet Cousins” as followers and subscribers, she describes how she has built her platform on connecting people […]

Creative Art

April 4, 2021

Creative Expressions Through the Internet

WURD Radio · Daybreak 5.19.20 – Rich Medina  Rich Medina has been a professional International DJ for over 20 years! He came on DayBreak to share some tips on what he has learned while growing and navigating the music and business world. As a writer and educator, Rich Medina shares the one thing that never […]

Creative Art

March 28, 2021

The Evolution of Creative Entrepreneurship

WURD Radio · Daybreak 4.30.20 – Jess Grippo Creator of Dance Alone Together, Jess Grippo stopped by the DayBreak show to chat with Helanah about her online platform that encourages people to reclaim their creativity through free-flowing dancing. Dance Alone Together allows you to channel your creative expression through your body with the power of […]

Creative Art

March 21, 2021

Finding Freedom in Dance

WURD Radio · Daybreak 4.28.20 – TuRae Gordon TuRae Gordon, stand-up comedian and veteran to the stage, spoke with Helanah about the importance of having multiple streams of income in the creative industry. Since live shows have been cancelled, TuRae has been able to utilize other avenues to continue providing for himself during this time. […]

Business, Creative Art

March 14, 2021

The Business of Comedy

WURD Radio · Daybreak 4.27.20 – David Cabello Black and Mobile is the first Black-owned food delivery service in the country to deliver exclusively for Black-owned businesses. Founder, David Cabello chatted with Helanah about his journey of building this business and what he has learned along the way. Dropping out of college with his twin […]

Black Community

March 7, 2021

The Power of Food Delivery

WURD Radio · Daybreak 4.13.20 – Feminista Jones With a passion for writing, public speaking and activism, Feminista Jones came on DayBreak to share why documenting our stories and using our voice is so important in today’s world. As a Philly-based author, Feminista prides herself on building community by sharing the stories that carry impact. […]

Creative Art, Wellness

February 28, 2021

Documenting Your Story

WURD Radio · Daybreak 3.31.20 – Wallo267 Known as the “Street Shark” for his creative and innovative business model, Wallo stopped by DayBreak to discuss how he has been able to use financial wellness, entrepreneurship, and technology to achieve his personal goals. As a young teenager growing up in Philly, Walo found himself living an […]

Black Community, Business

February 21, 2021

Claiming Your Riches

WURD Radio · Daybreak 2.17.20 – Allison Davis As an independent sales strategist and consultant, Alison Davis, prides herself on doing sales differently. Alison came on DayBreak to share her passion of helping entrepreneurs and mission driven companies find their personalized sales process. She shares with Helanah the journey it took to realize that being […]

Business, Education

February 14, 2021

Sales Made Simple

WURD Radio · Daybreak 3.12.20 – Chill Moody Chill Moody, philly born lyricist, performer, and emcee came on DayBreak to chat with Helanah about why he believes Philadelphia is one of the best cities for musical talent. After graduating from college, Chill decided to take one year and fully dedicate it to rapping. In that […]

Creative Art

February 7, 2021

Putting Philly On

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