In her recent speech at the unveiling of the Obama’s White House portraits, Michelle Obama recognized that moments like these are important for young kids who might be doubting themselves. Obama said that too often in this country, people feel like they must look a certain way or act a certain way to fit in. She discusses how her own story has shaped by her experience as a Black woman, and how sharing her story can help others to see themselves in a place where they can be successful.
In this conversation, Anucha Browne discusses her journey as an executive with deep cross-sector experience and a legacy in women’s college sports. She talks about her recent role as Chief Impact Officer at Tides, where she is responsible for leading the execution and implementation of Tides strategic initiatives. She talks about the organization’s recent focus on shifting and strengthening the power of BIPOC leaders, organizations, and communities. Anucha Browne Sanders previously served as the NCAA’s vice president of women’s basketball, where she set the strategic direction and oversaw the operation and management of its division. Browne Sanders credits the passage of title IX for giving her the opportunity to play basketball at Northwestern university and gain valuable leadership skills.
I invite you to join our conversation as we discuss:
- Michelle Obama
- UNICEF USA
- Title IX
- BIPOC Leaders
- New York Knicks
- Janice Evans Page
- Code Switching
- Racial Reckoning
- Radical Rest
- Cultural Pressure
- Roe vs. Wade
- New Zealand Prime Minister
- Coney Island
Excited to hear more of what Anucha Browne has to say? Find her in these spaces:
Twitter – @nukehoops,
Instagram – @nukehoops
This podcast is hosted by Angela Taylor. Angela Taylor is an equity & inclusion strategist, executive coach, motivational speaker, podcaster, TV Analyst and entrepreneur! She is the co-founder of The DIGNITAS Agency, Principal of Tindall Avenue Coaching and Owner & Chief Indulge Officer of Indulge Boise which is a culinary and cultural experience brand that is the #1 Rated Food Tour in Boise.
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