This episode is a conversation with sister podcaster, Michelle Elizabeth Brown, who lives in Detroit, Michigan. In addition to being a podcaster, Michelle is a public speaker, poet, author, and activist. She is a force for change!

She was born and raised in Detroit graduating from Cass Technical High School then went on to attend Wayne State University. 

Through her career, creative endeavors, and volunteer work, she has used her strength to assist, inspire, and move people and organizations to be the best they can be. Mixed with her desire to help others she also finds her dedication to uplifting those often left on the fringe of society: especially women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community.

Michelle has worked as a consultant to small businesses, non-profit organizations, and individuals in the areas of accounting, business management, and marketing.

The force within Michelle is her voice, and as a public speaker and activist, she has used her voice to educate, inform, and uplift diverse groups of people in a variety of areas. 

 

You can find Michelle’s podcast, Collections by Michelle Brown at the following links:

Official website

https://www.collectionsbymichellebrown.com

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/CollectionsbyMichelleBrown

Soundcloud

https://soundcloud.com/user-23922431

Collections by Michelle Brown Interview with Mary Anne Adams

https://soundcloud.com/user-23922431/cbmb-mary-anne-adams-interview

 

Collections by Michelle Brown Interview with Angela Denise Davis

https://soundcloud.com/user-23922431/angela-denise-davis-ukelele-griot



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