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

WURD Radio · Daybreak 3.6.20 – Ursula Rucker Philly Native, artist, poet, and activist Ursula Rucker came on DayBreak to chat with Helanah about the simple ways we can all find and implement joy in our lives. Bringing people together through her mission of love, Ursula shares with Helanah the many ways that we can […]

Creative Art, Love

January 31, 2021

The Value of Grace

WURD Radio · Daybreak 12.13.19 – Alysia Lee Alysia Lee, Founder of Sister Cities Girlchoir came on DayBreak to chat with Helanah about the impact the El Sistema inspired choral academy has on young girls. Operating in three states, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey, Alysia shared that the goal is to use music as a […]

Creative Art

January 24, 2021

How Music Brings Us All Together

WURD Radio · Daybreak 12.3.19 – Patrick Beckley Patrick Beckley, Environmental Engineer and founder of Finor X, spoke with Helanah of DayBreak about the environmental changes in the U.S. and how his company is committed to educating communities on taking action. With a focus in merging art, history and urban fashion, Finor X educates on […]

Civic Engagment, Education

January 17, 2021

Creating Culture Through Connection

WURD Radio · Daybreak 12.2.19 – Nada Alwadi Helanah of DayBreak spoke with Nada Alwadi, journalist, writer and researcher based in Washington D.C. Nada shares the intersectional truth of being a Bahraini woman and working in the media with an emphasis on women’s political empowerment. Nada also shares with Helanah her sentiments on being a […]

Civic Engagment, Travel

January 10, 2021

The Intersection of Political Cultures

WURD Radio · Daybreak 11.29.19 – Toni Okamoto Toni Okamoto, the author of “Plant Based on a Budget Cookbook,” stopped by DayBreak to share her personal process of living a vegan lifestyle and how she does it on a budget! Toni was introduced to vegetarian and vegan diets early on in life. At this time, […]

Nutrition, Wellness

January 3, 2021

Plant Based on a Budget

WURD Radio · Daybreak 11.27.19 – Joanna Lovering Founder of Copper + Rise, Joanna Lovering is a fashion style coach, an organizational psychologist and a public speaker. She joined Helanah on DayBreak to share her personal story of finding her purpose in the fashion industry, to help everyday people look stylish and confident no matter […]

Creative Art, Love

December 27, 2020

Confidence Through Personal Style

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