Katrina Adams - Own The Arena

OWN THE ARENA


On this Shapers of Influence episode we are joined today by a very special guest, former President and CEO of the United States Tennis Association, champion tennis player, sports commentator and now author, Katrina Adams. She discusses her new book ‘Own the Arena’ and delves into the contentious US Open 2018 Women’s Finals between Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams.

 

YOUR JOY OVER EVERYTHING

 

On this episode of The Shapers of Influence Podcast, Marketing intern Ebony Baker leads the discussion on Black Mental Health and Taylor’s partnership with The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation. Joining her are Ariel Smith, Strategist, Joshua Bull, Senior Art Director, and Sabrina Lynch, Senior Vice President of Strategy as they dive deeper into their involvement with BLHF, the importance of Black mental health, the generational impact it has had on black people as well as the country; and finding the joy over everything. 

UNCF, HBCU, & the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Scholarship Program

As the Taylor Team gears up for UNCF’s Virtual Walk , take a listen to this interview on Sirius XM’s “Laura Coates Show,” which aired in March. In the clip, Tony Signore, CEO & Managing Partner of Taylor and Founder of the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Scholarship Program, speaks with Coates about the importance of basic human rights, equality, and education, and especially the impact of HBCUs.

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Own The Arena 

On this Shapers of Influence episode, we are joined today by a very special guest, former President and CEO of the United States Tennis Association, champion tennis player, sports commentator and now author, Katrina Adams. She discusses her new book ‘Own the Arena’ and delves into the contentious US Open 2018 Women’s Finals between Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams. 

 

Partnering With the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation 

On this episode of the Shapers of Influence Podcast, Marketing executive Ebony Baker leads the discussion on Black Mental Health and Taylor’s partnership with The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation. Joining her are Ariel Smith, Strategist, Joshua Bull, Senior Art Director, and Sabrina Lynch, Senior Vice President of Strategy as they dive deeper into their involvement with BLHF, the importance of Black mental health, the generational impact it has had on black people as well as the country; and finding the joy over everything.

 

UNCF, HBCUs, & the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Scholarship Program 

As the Taylor Team gears up for UNCF’s Virtual Walk for Education, take a listen to this interview on Sirius XM’s “Laura Coates Show,” which aired in March. In the clip, Tony Signore, CEO & Managing Partner of Taylor and Founder of the Frederick Douglass Bicentennial Scholarship Program, speaks with Coates about the importance of basic human rights, equality, and education, and especially the impact of HBCUs. 

 

Authenticity, Compassion, & Trust: Reasons to Support HBCUs 

On this episode of the Shapers of Influence Podcast, we are joined by Taylor’s Marketing Coordinator Ebony Baker and United Negro College Fund’s Vice-President of Strategic Partnerships and Institutional programs, Leader of the Institute for Capacity Building, and Morehouse graduate, Ed Smith Lewis. Both Ebony and Ed are graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, so listen as they discuss the importance of supporting HBCU’s, allyship, and what makes these institutions so significant. 

 

A Conversation on Allyship 

Two Taylor colleagues came together to discuss Allyship. Nathalie Wilson, Marketing Coordinator, spoke with writer, author, performer, storyteller, and Senior Copywriter, Joel L. Daniels about the state of allyship across the nation. Listen to Joel’s insightful words on racial injustice, inequality and how to make an uncomfortable conversation comfortable.