Full-Time Black Woman

86: Becoming A Voice (Guest: Felicia - The Trill MBA Show)

July 25, 2021 Aleese Real & Esha Belle Episode 86
Full-Time Black Woman
86: Becoming A Voice (Guest: Felicia - The Trill MBA Show)
Show Notes

So we already know that black women are typically more ambitious than our female counterparts; however, we often receive the least help as we progress through our careers. All too often, we succeed by trial and error. So today we wanted to talk with Felicia, host of The Trill MBA Show,  who uses her voice and experiences to be a guiding light for other full-time black women in corporate america.

Felicia Ann Rose Enuha is a budding Podcaster, serving Executive Producer and Host of the Trill MBA Show- The Career Management Podcast For Black Women. As the Trillest MBA you will ever know, Felicia’s goal is to help people survive and thrive in corporate America with her uniquely frank and honest humor.

By day, Felicia is a marketing executive who works for global Fortune 500 companies. She holds a BA Degree in Liberal Arts from The University of Texas at Austin, and an MBA degree from Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, where she was a Consortium for Graduate Study in Management Fellow. In addition to podcasting and marketing, the National Black MBA Association Lifetime member also runs the Trill MBA Career Consulting Services, providing group and individual career navigation and interview preparation consulting.

Felicia is extremely passionate about creating opportunities in Corporate America for underrepresented minorities. She expresses her passion by helping current and future MBAs create their dream careers. Hailing from the small city of Victoria, Texas, Felicia firmly believes life is not about where you start.

Visit her at www.trillmba.com or @trillmbashow on the socials.

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