Y’all, are you ready to lean into a hard topic of conversation with the most empathetic and understanding guest?
*Let’s do this!*
>>Erica Courdae is a 20-year veteran of the beauty industry, salon owner, and DEI coach and consultant and today, she is going to teach us how to be more inclusive leaders in our businesses.<<
*Yes – I just said she’s in the beauty industry AND a diversity coach. This Queen wears a lot of crowns!*
But as a DEI coach, Erica is dedicated to creating a nonjudgmental space where you can explore how your actions, attitudes, and environment support your values and lead to a more inclusive community and world… and that’s what we are discussing today.
In this interview, Erica and I discuss:
- How we can be better allies for the black community
- How we all can be more inclusive leaders
- The power we have as business owners to lead the revolution in a way that larger, top-heavy corporations don’t
I absolutely love this conversation and I’m sure you will too, so click play >>HERE!<<
If you enjoyed this episode, take a picture of where or how you’re listening to this episode and tag me and Erica in your Instagram Story @jasminestar and @ericacourdae! We would love to personally thank you for tuning in.
Erica Courdae has dedicated her life to expanding how others interact with the world through powerful conversations. As an entrepreneur and certified coach, her work is focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), imperfect allyship, and imposter syndrome. This work has taken her into communities and onto national stages as a speaker and educator at noteworthy industry events like AltSummit, ShePodcasts Live, and Being Boss.
Erica is also the owner of an inclusive beauty salon, Silver Immersion, and the host of Pause on the Play, a podcast that features open dialogue on topics like company culture, visibility, and mindset. She lives in Maryland with her two children.