Sheletta Brundidge is the founder and Bad Ass Boss Lady of SHElettaMakesMeLaugh.com, an online podcasting company that provides culturally competent commercial production. Sheletta is an Emmy award winning comedian, radio host, television anchor and newspaper columnist.
With her podcast shows, social activism and best selling autism children's books, Sheletta is living up to her reputation as a change maker.
Cameron & Brandon Brundidge
Cameron and Brandon are two autistic siblings as well as each other’s best friends. The brother-sister duo enjoy talking about their favorite books, toys and traveling the country in their family’s RV. They’re Sheletta’s kiddos so you know there will be lots of comedy mixed into the conversation.
Dr. Verna Cornelia Price
Dr. Verna Cornelia Price is a human potential expert, executive coach, award winning international speaker, and best-selling author. Dr. Verna has empowered people to excellence for over 20 years through workshops, conferences and one-on-one mentoring. Because of that, Dr. Verna is in high demand and has both national and international corporate clients in Guatemala, Mexico, Switzerland, The Caribbean, The Netherlands, Dubai, and China.
Dr. Verna also Founded Girls Taking Action, a mentoring and empowerment program impacting young girls around the world!
For more on Dr. Verna, log on to her website.
Jeanette, Evette, & Tina
Jeanette, Evette and Tina are three Dallas based friends who, after all their children went of to college, decided to throw caution to the wind and hit the road. These J.E.T. Setting Divas have traveled the world together visiting all seven continents and hundreds of cities. There is no bucket list for these ladies because they are living their best life in real time. They hope to inspire other women to pursue their passion whether it’s traveling to foreign lands or starting a small business.
For more on the J.E.T. Setting Divas log on to their website.
Lambers Fisher is a Marriage & Family Therapist and national speaker on the topic of multicultural awareness and diversity. With over 20 years of therapeutic experience, Lambers brings his positive, empathetic and non-judgmental perspective to the often delicate and difficult topic of diversity, equity and inclusion. Lambers specializes in providing encouraging, practical and shame-free strategies for reducing unintentional cultural offenses and repairing cross-cultural personal and professional relationships. For more information on Lambers’ Diversity Made Simple training, visit www.LambersFisher.com
Anissa is the owner of Arubah Emotional Health. Before founding her successful therapy center, she was bankrupt with four children to raise alone. But using Biblical principles, she was able to rebuild her financial future and provide generational wealth for her family. She teaches others how to become financially resourceful on her Becoming The Bank podcast.
Chaz Sandifer is the CEO/Founder of theNEWmpls which focuses on affordable fitness, wellness and nutrition. Bringing her holistic approach to the community, Chaz is able to teach others how to break generational cycles, instilling that fitness is fun, quality nutrition is king, and wellness is key to a healthy future. You can find out more about Chaz by visiting www.thenewmpls.info.
Brandon is the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health
Executive Director. He has a consulting and training background in
addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Historical and
Intergenerational trauma, Social/Emotional Intelligence (EQ),
Leadership, and Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI). Brandon
holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Minnesota, a master's
in Community Psychology from Metropolitan State University, and a
master's in Psychotherapy (MFT) from Adler Graduate School.
Brandon is also a 2013 Bush Foundation Leadership Fellow.
Today, he provides the MACMH staff and board with the leadership
and vision necessary to keep MACMH at the forefront of Mental
Health education and advocacy. He lives by the motto of “Live life
with Purpose on Purpose.”