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 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 11.11.19 – Isaac Ewell Issac Ewell is the founder of Onehunted, a platform that exposes young black and brown people to the resources they need to be successful through education and in their careers. As a social entrepreneur, a master connector, and gifted relationship builder, Issac chatted with Helanah about what […]

Black Community, Education

December 6, 2020

Keeping it “Onehunted”

WURD Radio · Daybreak 9.17.19 – Evita Robinson Nomadness Travel Tribe started in 2011 with just 100 people. Today, the organization curates international and domestic trips for over 22,000 People of Color. Founder of Nomadness, Evita Robinson, spoke with Helanah about the community that has been built over the years. Evita describes the beautiful intersectionality […]

Black Community, Travel

November 15, 2020

Travel on a Budget as a POC

WURD Radio · Daybreak 10.21.19 – Paul Best Paul Best, President of Keepers of the Culture, came on DayBreak to share the power behind storytelling. As Philadelphia’s afrocentric storytelling group, Keepers of the Culture focuses on serving the community with educational and culturally-enriched entertainment. Paul took some time to share his connection to storytelling as […]

Black Community, Creative Art

October 25, 2020

Keepers of the Culture

WURD Radio · Daybreak 9.13.19 – Michael Idriss As a rather unique storyteller, Michael Idriss, joined Helanah on DayBreak to speak about what led him to become a tour guide for Katika Experiences. Michael began by sharing his story as a first generation Philadelphian with a father from Sierra Leone. Since African history played a […]

Black Community, Creative Art, History

September 27, 2020

Know Your History, Plan Your Future

WURD Radio · Daybreak 9.12.19 – Tayyib Smith Investor, entrepreneur, and co-founder of Little Giant Creative, Tayyib Smith spoke with Helanah on DayBreak. Sharing the journey of his non-linear career path, Tayyib says that fear of poverty has brought him to the place he is today. As a seasoned entrepreneur, he’s learned that it’s important […]

Black Community, Business

September 20, 2020

Investing in Entrepreneurship is More than a Hashtag

WURD Radio · Daybreak 8.28.19 – Beth Feldman Brandt Beth Feldman Brandt, the Executive Director of Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation, spoke with Helanah on DayBreak about the organization’s mission to support “hands on” art education experiences for the people of Philadelphia. Offering a variety of workshops and grants, all programs at Bartol are designed with […]

Black Community, Creative Art

September 6, 2020

Support the Artists Behind the Art

WURD Radio · Daybreak 8.21.19 – Kevan Turman Self proclaimed relationship manager, Kevan Turman, has been in the fundraising world for over 15 years. He chatted with Helanah on DayBreak about his non-profit, The Brothers Brunch. What started as a birthday celebration, quickly turned into a frequent gathering of like-minded men connecting over cuisine and […]

Black Community, Creative Art, Love

August 30, 2020

Building Community One Plate at a Time

WURD Radio · Daybreak 7.29.19 – Omar Tyree Born in West Philadelphia, his passion for storytelling began as a young child seeing triple feature movies at the theatre with his family. Years later, Omar Tyree has transformed his love for storytelling into 25 published books with over 3 million copies sold worldwide. Now entering into […]

Black Community, Creative Art

August 2, 2020

The Best Way to Self Promote

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