The Illuminate Podcast Episode Archive

Episode 120: Drew Whitcomb and WearTesters

How you can find good reviewers online for any product you’re thinking about buying?  This episode shares the story of Drew Whitcomb, cofounder of WearTesters, a leading shoe, apparel and sporting goods review website and YouTube channel. Before WearTesters, Drew worked in sales and marketing at various startups, PayPal and General Mills.  In this conversation, … more »

Episode 119: Kalela Williams; Always Aspire

Kalela Williams is the Director of Writing at Mighty Writers. Mighty Writers is a nonprofit organization where they work with more than 3,500 kids annually to write with clarity. All of their programs are free to the kids that they serve. Kalela has worked with non-profits for more than a decade, instituting literary, artistic, cultural … more »

Episode 118: Sarah Lacey- Empowering Women through Story and Connection

Sarah Lacey is the founder of Linking Indy Women which is an amazing community and networking group where each month men and women gather to hear inspiring women in business around the city share the story. You leave all of these events feeling connection, encouragement, having advice and strategy and most importantly you leave inspired.  … more »

Episode 117: Molly Lieberman – “Loop it Up”

Molly Lieberman is the Founder and Executive Director of Loop It Up Savannah, a community arts and enrichment non-profit which provides art, STEAM, yoga and mindfulness, gardening, cooking, and other enrichment workshops and experiences to children and families throughout Chatham County. Loop it Up programs give young people opportunities to explore and express who they … more »

Episode 116: Arreon Harley-Emerson – “Equity Sings”

Composer, conductor, equity coach, and nonprofit strategist committed to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging – meet this week’s guest and Black History Month episode, Arreon A. Harley-Emerson. Mr. Harley-Emerson is the Director of Music and Operations of the Choir School of Delaware where he is responsible for the musical components of the renowned Choir School … more »

Episode 115: Sara Miller – The power of mentorship

Sara Miller is an education advocate and has spent the majority of her career serving high school kids as they apply to college. She worked in the admissions department for Purdue University for five years before shifting to working for a tutoring company. She now works for Green Halo Scholars and that tutoring company is … more »


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