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Join Nikki for another episode of A Black Woman Podcast with special guest, Tabitha Brown!
Tabitha Brown satisfies the hunger of millions with her unique approach to veganism and her wholesome, comedic personality. From teaching people new recipes, giving a word of wisdom or enjoying a good laugh, she has become “America’s Mom” to her 13 million plus followers.
The North Carolina born, Emmy-nominated actress, vegan food personality, mother and wife is a two-time, New York Times bestselling author, multi-NAACP Image Award Winner and received her honorary doctorate from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She has acted in notable theatrical features on major networks such as Showtime’s, “The Chi", Executive produced and hosted Food Network’s first-ever, vegan cooking competition show, “It’s CompliPlated” and co-created and hosts her own Emmy-nominated children’s show, Tab Time.
Taking various business ventures by storm, she is the Co-founder and CEO of her own healthy haircare line Donna’s Recipe, has launched multi-category product lines with major retailer Target and never fails to bring sunshine to everyone’s kitchens with her signature McCormick seasonings blends and mixes…because that’s her business!
Above all, Tabitha teaches us about having faith, perseverance, paving our unique path to achieving dreams and being our authentic selves.
Listen in as she chats with Nikki about what freedom really means, what it's like starting with just an idea and how faith and purpose is in everything she does.
A Black Woman's Podcast is a production of Buy From A Black Woman. A Nonprofit Organization that educates, empowers and inspires Black Women Business Owners and the people who support them. We provide a number of educational tools and resources aid in ensuring that Black Women Business Owners not only start a business, but stay in business.
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