Chris and Omari talk about the frustrations of growing as a team doing something they love.
Window Seat, hosted by The Adams Morgan Youth Leadership Academy, highlights the successes of premier business & community leaders in order to bridge the gap of awareness and access to promote upward mobility. By interviewing leaders within our community we aspire to inspire future generations with limited access to greater opportunities.
This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
Chris and Omari talk about the frustrations of growing as a team doing something they love.
The owner of an international Database Institute, Neway IT Solutions, talks about the inspiration that led to him teaching his first class and how he grew into a multi-million dollar company. Jason also expressed some views about race that got the whole studio hyped!
The intimacy, pleasure and relationship strategist is a co-owner of Hart’s Desires, a chain of erotic boutiques in the Washington, DC and Maryland area. Shani uses her boutiques as the launching pad for her educational platform which focuses on women and sexuality, sexual health and wellness, and liberated sensuality. Shani is proud to be a resident sex guru by experience and education. She isn't afraid to share that most of her learning comes from having a lot of sex; while, her knowledge comes from formal education. She is an ISEE trained sex educator, speaker, and sexuality coach. Shani hopes to help women remove the shame and guilt surrounding their sexual desires and needs. She loves sharing her spicy sex tips, tricks, and resources with those who are ready to listen and learn while having fun.
The percussionist talks about how he built his DOPE (Definition of Percussion Entertainment) brand by living by his own rules and doing what he loves. Malik details how he grew from a street performer in DC's Chinatown neighborhood to performing for Erykah Badu and with Swizz Beatz.
ANGIE ANGE, your Royal Hypeness, the first lady of DC radio blessed the full service studio and dropped more than a few gems right here on the Window Seat podcast!
The Emmy award winning meteorologist discusses her love of the atmospheric sciences, her Trinidadian culture and she also shares with us her Jay-Z story!
CEO and Founder of twenty3n1, Dontrell Britton grew up in Adams Morgan as a native Washingtonian. He has always been passionate about sports, competition, and fitness. As a young adult Dontrell was involved in some criminal activity which led him to prison. While serving a 5 year sentence, Dontrell was not only thoroughly rehabilitated but also discovered new, and innovative workouts that dramatically transformed his physique. It wasn't long before "Trell The Trainer" was born! He began teaching these same techniques that helped hundreds of inmates to get ripped. Released in 2015 on good behavior, Trell The Trainer continued to pursue his passion for training launching his company in the summer of 2016. Since then "Trell The Trainer" has helped a 1,000+ clients to get in shape and hires returning citizens as trainers to teach his signature class "23/1'. Trell The Trainer has been featured on ABC's Channel 8 , Fox 5 DC, Essence Magazine, Washingtonian Magazine and a list other local public! ations. He Also includes Celebrities such as Pusha T and Shy Glizzy as clients. His objective is to motivate and inspire his peers and community to embrace fitness and wellness as a way of life.
Nigel Okunubi - A native Washingtonian and founder of AMYLA (uh-my-luh) formerly known as the Adams Morgan Youth Leadership Academy which serves the youth of the Adams Morgan community where Nigel was raised. Nigel has worked as a service provider and consult for several reputable local and national organizations, often assisting with strategic planning, program development, improving economic opportunities and identifying sustainable community partnerships. Including being a central figure in bringing The Line Hotel to Adams Morgan where AMYLA's headquarters are now located.
Chris is joined by DJ Krisis for a conversation on Astrology. Follow him at @globalkrisis on Instagram.
Rashid Hughes is a Mindfulness Teacher and Coach. He is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of the Institute of African American Mindfulness (IAAM). IAAM is a D.C. based non-profit that provides community-based programs dedicated to providing opportunities for African Americans and People Of Color to practice living mindfully and in community. Rashid believes that all beings, without exception, are fundamentally good and whole.
Photographers Owen Hart & Dayo Kosoko aka Mr. Hype discuss chasing passion, overcoming obstacles and following your inner voice.
Veteran and Dual Licensed Barber Arlanza "AJ" Lewis II discusses his life, PTSD, sexuality and many other topics in this intimate conversation.
Dionne Reeder, Candidate for at Large Council Seat, Washington, DC
The guys take a week to talk amongst themselves.
Today's guest on Window Seat is Secunda Robertson - CFO of The Rokewood Group, a financial management services company that provides education services on how to manage your money your credit and your overall lifestyle by promoting financial Health and education. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sam served 25 years in prison and is currently doing GREAT work at Christ House and with young people in the community. Not much he hasn't seen but more importantly not much he wouldn't give to impact the lives of others. Powerful elder in the community.
Catharsis on the Mall was initiated and originally organized by a group of individuals in Washington, DC, acting in accordance with Burning Man’s ten principles. We are not formally affiliated with Burning Man, although many of our contributors identify with the Burning Man community at large. We sought a local experience that integrated the best of our burner values with the immediate desire for political and cultural change that brings people to DC
This week's guest is Scott Cecil, Operations Director, Minority Cannabis Business Association.
The Ragbaby Exchange was founded by Sherri Lumpkin. The purpose is to create a safe and warm environment that encourages participants to use doll making as a tool for self-reflection. The Ragbaby Exchange also has an international component where ragdolls made by volunteers are sent overseas to young children who don’t have access to dolls.
Betty Aldworth joined the SSDP team in February 2014 as Executive Director and has since led the organization through its most substantial growth: the member base and campuses on which SSDP is present have doubled; staff and offices supporting those members have tripled; global presence has quadrupled; and as a result the policy change and education efforts members are leading have grown immeasurably.
Olympic swimmer Faith talks about intention, motivation and hop.
Tune in for a powerful conversation about healing from domestic abuse with Iya Ifanika Omowale, Amtyah Asili & Krystal Glenn.
Chris & Omari are joined by Dr. Victor Kidd. They discuss a wide variety of topics including family, health and mental well being.
This week on Window Seat, Chris and Omari discuss some of their favorite books and podcasts.
Rashid is a dedicated Mindfulness Facilitator and Trauma Tapper who is committed to empowering individuals in underserved communities in Washington DC.
Omari, Chris & Jack the Producer recap Season 1 of Window Seat.
Hear the incredible story of veteran and wounded warrior Lisa May on Full Service Radio.
Kimberly Pendleton, Women’s Empowerment Coach & Women’s Studies Professor, is this week's guest on Window Seat.
DMV rapper Ciscero drops by Window Seat to talk about music, spirituality and his career goals.
Nil Irvin, Mario Sacase & Daniel Blackman join this week's episode of Window Seat to talk about how men can do a better job in affecting women's rights.
Donald Stevenson has worked to serve and uplift his community for over 10 years. He's this week's guest on Window Seat.
Tune in this week as Maimouna Youssef hosts a special Women's History Month conversation with Ra Brown, Poet and Author of "The Alpha Woman's Bibel", Jay Mills, Rapper and licensed DC cannabis grower & Ayana Gregory, Singer/Songwriter, activst and daughter of the late, great Dick Gregory.
Professor Robin Marcus and Audri Scott Williams, Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives, District 2, Alabama, join this week's episode of Window Seat hosted by Maimouna Youssef.
This week on Window Seat, Mumu Fresh is chatting about natural Chinese and Kemetic remedies to create long term wellness, physical fitness, vegan living, and mental health with acupuncturist and nutritionalist Dr Kokai Patterson and Stic Man of Dead Prez.
Learn about love with the Duncans this week on Window Seat. Alfred Duncan is a Grammy and Emmy-nominated artist & Sherrell Duncan is a certified fitness trainer and speaker. The two were introduced by a mutual friend in 2007 at a nightclub in Washington, DC. The rest is history.
Do you drive with both hands on the wheel? Do you stay off social media? Do you not have any childhood friends. You might not be trusted! Tune in to Window Seat and hear more.
Learn more about blockchain and bitcoin this week on Window Seat. Guest Obi Ukaegbu, CFO of OWO World, has a Diverse background in product & competitive strategy, financial & technical analysis / support, and product development roles in fintech, E-Commerce/start-ups and financial services with Fortune 500 clients in New York City, Washington DC, and Paris.
This week on window seat, the guys chat with the founders of Grass & Co, a smoke shop selling CBD products in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.
Welcome to Window Seat, a program presented by the Adams Morgan Youth Leadership Academy. On the first episode, singer/performer Maimouna Youssef hosts an in-depth conversation about home schooling and parenting.