[MBYE 26] Maria Davis-Pierre on Raising Black Kids with Autism, Acquiring a Diagnosis, and Using a Self-Care Journal

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-gq5ac-b150bb MEET THE GUEST: Maria Davis-Pierre is the founder of Autism in Black Inc. She is a therapist, coach, speaker, author, and advocate. After going through the process of getting her daughter diagnosed at 18 months, Maria changed her specialty and began working heavily in the Autism community. In January of 2018, Maria launched her … Continue reading [MBYE 26] Maria Davis-Pierre on Raising Black Kids with Autism, Acquiring a Diagnosis, and Using a Self-Care Journal

[MBYE 25] Faith Clarke on Raising Kids with Autism, Entrepreneurship, and Radical Self-Care

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ypg2h-b13e03 MEET THE GUEST: Faith is a coach, consultant, author, academic nerd, design thinker and her newest venture is midwifery. She helps passionate entrepreneurs with special needs kids birth businesses they love, that fit and finance their busy lives. “Parenting Like a Ninja”, an autism mom’s guide to professional productivity is an Amazon bestseller and … Continue reading [MBYE 25] Faith Clarke on Raising Kids with Autism, Entrepreneurship, and Radical Self-Care

[MBYE 24] Genia Stephen on Agency, Having Vision for Our Children, and the Good Things In Life

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2fsqi-ab9b05 MEET THE GUEST: Genia started young with amazing mentors and a strong mother with a vision. Now, she’s a mother to two sons, a midwife to many, and an activist with a mission to band together with families to joyfully pursue the good things in life. Genia’s a registered midwife, International Board Certified Lactation … Continue reading [MBYE 24] Genia Stephen on Agency, Having Vision for Our Children, and the Good Things In Life

[MBYE 23] Nick and Darlene Abrams on Launching a Business While in the PICU, Showing Up, and Leaning Into Gratitude

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-55amc-aad0d8 The Abrams are a family of 3:  Nick, Dar, and Owen (who is the main CEO of StomaStoma). Owen was born at 24 weeks and spent 5 months in the NICU before coming home for the first time. He was only home a short 2 weeks before going back to the hospital.   He … Continue reading [MBYE 23] Nick and Darlene Abrams on Launching a Business While in the PICU, Showing Up, and Leaning Into Gratitude

[MBYE 21] Abbi Perets on Maternal Mental Health, Raising a Child With a Dual Diagnosis, and Finding Herself After Trauma

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-6huhr-a6c201 MEET THE GUEST: Abbi Perets wants moms to know they don’t have to choose between kids and career. She’s the coach and mentor moms turn to when they want to break into freelance writing and earn great money from home, on their own terms.Abbi combines nearly 20 years of experience freelancing for some of … Continue reading [MBYE 21] Abbi Perets on Maternal Mental Health, Raising a Child With a Dual Diagnosis, and Finding Herself After Trauma

[MBYE 18] Susie Liberatore on Designing Your Day, New Autism Diagnoses, and Building Your Support Team

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-mp3qv-a3d283 MEET THE GUEST: Susie Liberatore is the owner at Visions2images Creative Services. She helps established businesses grow their brand awareness by using digital marketing and professional branding techniques. With over nine years of experience, she brings businesses visions to life, while watching their return on investment increase. Her fields of design expertise are branding … Continue reading [MBYE 18] Susie Liberatore on Designing Your Day, New Autism Diagnoses, and Building Your Support Team

[MBYE 16] Aundrea Caldwell on Self-Restoration, Setting Stretch Goals, and Redefining What It Means To Be An Autism Mom

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2x2w6-a22749   MEET THE GUEST: Aundrea Caldwell is passionate about many things and now it’s all aboutencouraging and supporting Autism Parents through writing, speakingand most importantly - sharing her Autism Journey.In April 2018, Aundrea released her first book, “Wait! Did You Say Autistic?” A Mother’s Journey of Acceptance and Advocacy, which is part-autobiography/part-self help book … Continue reading [MBYE 16] Aundrea Caldwell on Self-Restoration, Setting Stretch Goals, and Redefining What It Means To Be An Autism Mom

[MBYE 14] Jennifer Elia on Homeschooling, Real IEPs, and Advocating For Your Child

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ew2zv-a0d9e6 MEET THE GUEST: Jennifer Elia, homeschool consultant, curriculum creator, blogger, and author, is Founder of Aurelius Cabrini Homeschool Resource Center which is dedicated to giving homeschool moms the tools they need to thrive in their home education career. Jennifer provides one-on-one consulting, personalized and original curriculum plans, and practical advice for those just beginning … Continue reading [MBYE 14] Jennifer Elia on Homeschooling, Real IEPs, and Advocating For Your Child

[MBYE 13] Jeniece Stewart on Autism, Managing Motherhood, and Why We Need to Pay Attention to Special Needs Siblings

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-gvxnq-a0446c ** Listen to the full episode of Mama, Build Your Empire on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify or at http://www.mamabuildyourempire.com! ** MEET THE GUEST: Jeniece Stewart is a small business owner, nonprofit founder, mother of five, speaker, and coach! As a mother of five including a set of twins and one with autism and epilepsy, she … Continue reading [MBYE 13] Jeniece Stewart on Autism, Managing Motherhood, and Why We Need to Pay Attention to Special Needs Siblings

[MBYE 8] Eraina Ferguson on Single Mom Special Needs Parenting, Getting Out Of Your Own Way, and Ending up on a TedX Stage

MEET THE GUEST: Since giving birth to her special needs daughter 19 years ago, Eraina Ferguson was on a relentless pursuit to live the good life. After obtaining three academic degrees, marrying the man of her dreams, and giving birth to her second child, Eraina is now living the good life with them in Los … Continue reading [MBYE 8] Eraina Ferguson on Single Mom Special Needs Parenting, Getting Out Of Your Own Way, and Ending up on a TedX Stage