The Get InPowered Podcast by Inclusivus is about individuals, innovators, advocates, activists, entrepreneurs and agents of social change across sectors and industries who are working to transform their communities and the world at large. In each episode, we travel with host Judithe Registre to a different location and talk with InPowered women and men whose stories and work are inspiring change and action and making a transformative impact in their communities. These are people who, through their own personal experiences and a gender equity lens, are working to create more inclusive and progressive communities.
Mvemba Dizolele, writer, foreign policy analyst, independent journalist, and author of the forthcoming biography: Mobutu: The Rise and Fall of the Leopard King (Random House UK), talks about the contributions and importance of Africa in the development of the modern industrialized world.
Judithe Registre, Haitian-born, American-made, and globally-centered, brings you her insights on Black History Month as celebrated in the USA, drawing from her Haitian background, US education, and global travels.
In this episode of the Get InPowered Podcast, Judithe responds to and considers Antionette Carroll and her work with the Creative Reaction Lab.
Antionette Carroll is the Founder, President, and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab, a nonprofit social enterprise that educates, trains, and challenges cities to co-create solutions with Black and Latinx populations to design healthy and racially equitable communities.
Judithe reflects on Diarra Kilpatrick's message of unity through diversity, and how those who work for racial justice can be a beacon of hope to us all.
From ABC's American Koko, Diarra Kilpatrick discusses her story of InPowerment and artistic growth, including how the "business" of show stood in her way to success as she hungered for meatier roles, more challenging work and a truer artistic expression.
Judithe Registre, founder of Inclusivus and the host of The Get InPowered Podcast, discusses the trials and triumphs of the first year of her journey as a podcaster.
Linda Bailey-McWeeney is a Jamaican educator and economist based in New York. Since 2015, she’s been engaged with educators about the status of math education in Jamaica, specifically the fact that many low-income students are not receiving the education they deserve
Liza Moiseeva details her journey to creating GlobeIn, an organization dedicated to fostering fair trade across the world and helping artisans and creators bring their dreams to reality and create stable incomes and lives for themselves and their families.
Judithe is joined by Adebayo Adegbembo, the founder and lead programmer for Genii Games Limited, to discuss the power of language. Genii Games is at the forefront of using mobile apps and video games to foster a love of local culture, specifically native African languages.