Pipelines Through The Gram

Sinopse

This is Pipelines Through The Gram, which presents those who are on the journey or have made it to where they are at now. You will hear from those in the medical field.

Episódios

  • Episode 11: Aaron Lawson aaronlwsn

    Episode 11: Aaron Lawson "aaronlwsn"

    03/01/2020 Duração: 55min

    Aaron Lawson better known as aaronlwsn is a young Nigerian contentpreneur and speaker from Dallas, Tx. Take a listen in and hear about his journey from Nigeria to the United States. He has managed to at young age understand his vision towards success.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 10: Charles Omenihu/NFL

    Episode 10: Charles Omenihu/NFL

    28/04/2019 Duração: 31min

    I had an opportunity to sit down with Charles Omenihu, former University of Texas football player. Charles is projected to be drafted very highly and has a bright future at the next level. Charles was born in Houston but grew up in Dallas, Tx. He is also Nigerian. One of the most captivating thing I learned about Charles was his matured perspective and what the journey of playing football has made him to be. It is important that we study and understand others journey towards success and Charles is a step in the right direction.  You can find and follow him on IG @comenihu Also we learned this week after the interview that Charles will be a Houston Texan and keeping his talents in the state of Texas. God has a plan indeed.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 9: Dr. Arumala

    Episode 9: Dr. Arumala

    28/03/2019 Duração: 41min

    Dr. Ruthie Arumala is an OBGYN who recently completed her residency program. She is from Nigeria and grew up in Maryland. She is about medicine, fitness, and motivation. She recently launched a podcast called Pretty-in-pink-podcast. You can go to itunes and check it out. She has found a new home in Dallas Tx where she will be practicing as well as impacting her environment. She was able to share her success and her challenges. I think that many can be able to take a thing or two about being resilient and accepting of change which is what Dr. Arumala had to do to become a success. You can find her on IG: @i.am.dr.arumala --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 8: Obiora Anozie

    Episode 8: Obiora Anozie

    11/03/2019 Duração: 40min

    I had the opportunity to sit down with Obiora who identifies himself as a "liaison between culture and corporate." Obiora is one of the special creatives that I have gotten to know and it was neat to get into his mind to see what essentially his focus is. Obiora mentions that relationship and connecting with human which has enabled his outreach. Also it has been able to allow him to tap in his purpose.  Follow him on IG @obiaura   --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 7: Interview with Toby Ebozue Executive Producer from Dallas, Tx

    Episode 7: Interview with Toby Ebozue "Executive Producer" from Dallas, Tx

    04/03/2019 Duração: 01h03s

    Toby is a producer from Dallas, Texas. I had the pleasure to interact with Toby because his journey was very special to me. He is a young Nigerian in the community and it is atypical to be a going this route most of the time. I value his drive to succeed and wanted him to share with he world how he has been able to become so accomplished so far.  Find him on IG @tobyebozue --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 6: Foundation w/ Dr. Nnaemeka Nweke

    Episode 6: Foundation w/ Dr. Nnaemeka Nweke

    28/11/2018 Duração: 05min

    This was a phone call extraction on the topic of foundation. Here Dr. Nnaemeka Nweke also known as Doctorsmessage was able to share his outlook on foundation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 5: Dr. Gerald Onuoha

    Episode 5: Dr. Gerald Onuoha

    26/07/2018 Duração: 57min

    Dr. Gerald came on here and talked about the cultural disparity in the field when it come to African population and by African meaning the compilation of African decent with African Americans. He exercised his thoughts as some one whose has an Igbo father and an African American mother. He talks about what he has experienced from both spectrums and shared his concerns when it comes to gaps between the two. Highlighting how it exists in the field of medicine when it comes to working congruently and building ourselves for the better. We got a chance to hear his tribulations and why he is so passionate about being involved in the community. Hope you enjoy this informative segment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 4: Dr. Obyno

    Episode 4: Dr. Obyno

    27/06/2018 Duração: 01h05min

    I had an opportunity to interview Dr. Obyno also known as @obynodaddymuna on IG. Brief background, he schooled in Nigeria and was able to tell us his journey back to the states. This episode would be insightful for those in Nigeria trying to come over for residency! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 3: One on One w/ Dr. Benjamin Chukwurah

    Episode 3: One on One w/ Dr. Benjamin Chukwurah

    30/04/2018 Duração: 42min

    I had a sit down interview with a 4th year pharmacy student Benjamin Chukwurah to get an in depth message about his journey. Dr. Chukwurah is a very profound speaker who has a lot of lucrative projects in mind for the future. He is also a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity Inc. He is currently finishing at Howard College of Pharmacy. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 2: Dr. Tosin and Dr. Adeyeye

    Episode 2: Dr. Tosin and Dr. Adeyeye

    27/04/2018 Duração: 01h08min

    Dr. Tosin Odunsi-Akanji is an OB/GYN resident in her final year. She presents her journey and shared how she overcame the loss of her husband in her journey. She demonstrated great strength and brought great positivity. Dr. Abi Adeyeye is a Dentist doing her residency in St. Louis. She demonstrated how every go through is not a sacrifice but more so what you need to get to where you need to be. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

  • Episode 1: Dr. Ekpo and Dr. Oluwo

    Episode 1: Dr. Ekpo and Dr. Oluwo

    25/04/2018 Duração: 58min

    This is the first Pipelines Through The Gram that was recorded and converted into a podcast so that we can spread this experience. Hope you enjoy the substance and take away from these powerful women. Dr. Elizabeth Ekpo IG: @ekpothegreat Dr. Esther Oluwo IG: @estothebesto --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pipelines-through-the-gram/support

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