Fraternity Foodie

Check out our latest podcast interviews (and food suggestions) from all over North America!

Lorenzo P. Lewis: How do we create healthy spaces in terms of mental health for men & boys of color? Featured

Lorenzo P. Lewis has been a keynote speaker at numerous venues across the country—from organizations to universities to government agencies—exploring themes such as toxic masculinity, therapy taboos, and more. He has also presented at TEDxFayetteville and TEDxPointParkUniversity. His work has been featured in countless media outlets including Oprah Magazine, BET, CNN’s Great Big Story, NPR’s Weekend Edition, Revolt on PBS, Black Enterprise, Men’s Health, Huffington Post, as well as brands such as Kenneth Cole and the Minnesota Vikings. He has also made appearances on Love & Respect with Killer Mike, Jay Z’s Roc Nation, Nick Cannon Mornings, The Today Show, The Kelly Clarkson Show, Jordan Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions, and more. In episode 421 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out how Lorenzo almost re-entered the system of mass incarceration at age 17, why he chose HBCU’s and Arkansas Baptist College for his undergraduate experience, why he decided to join Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated, what is the Confess Project and what have been the results thus far, what are some of the Mental Health Advocate and Trainer certifications that he offers, what is his advice to the college students listening now that also want to be thought leaders in....

Randy Rolfe: How do you create a life of balance and abundance? Featured

“You Can Postpone Anything But Love” is Randy Rolfe’s mantra, and the title of the first of a number of bestselling books she has published on parenting and happy healthy family life. She became a lawyer looking to enter diplomacy, but soon discovered she had a gift for helping people directly. Randy founded the Institute for Creative Solutions and has been counseling families, teaching seminars and college level courses, and sharing my thoughts on network TV, radio, blogs and podcasts, ever since. If you want straight talk about how to build happiness around good relationships, health, life balance, parenting or grand-parenting, Randy is here for you! In episode 420 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Randy chose UPenn for her undergraduate experience, her advice for parents of college students, what are some simple dietary steps to feed the brain, stay alert and focused, and even improve memory recall, what is Randy’s advice for college students that want to be successful in any college course, how you can deal with difficult people in your organization, what Shakespeare has in common with good leaders, how you can create a life of balance and abundance, how do you know if....

Dr. Jennifer Nash: What mistakes should students avoid when leading people? Featured

Dr. Jennifer Nash is a Fortune 50 executive advisor, consultant, and author who works with successful executives at ExxonMobil, Ford, Google, JP Morgan Chase, Verizon, IBM, The Boeing Company, other global organizations, and start ups to elevate their performance, evolve into the people leaders they were meant to be, and become the best versions of themselves. In episode 419 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Jennifer chose Central Michigan University for her undergraduate experience, how she was able to develop consultant leadership skills and interpersonal savvy at Deloitte, how she was able to build a big book of business with huge clients, what mistakes students should avoid when leading people, tips when there is conflict within your organization, how we can retain our best members, how college students can improve their social skills, what are the changing environmental factors in the workplace that she talks about in her book “Be Human, Lead Human: How to Connect People and Performance”, and how you can develop your actionable roadmap to become the leader you aspire to be. Enjoy! Link:

Paul Lawrence Vann: How can college students thrive in today’s economy? Featured

Upon retirement from the USAF, Paul Lawrence Vann became an entrepreneur. Paul founded Wealth Building Academy. He is a leadership expert, certified financial manager, speaker, trainer, best-selling author, course creator, and podcast host of Wealth Academy Podcast and leads the YouTube Channel ‘Leadership Is Influence’. Paul’s mission statement is to provide results-focused leadership development expertise to clients. In light of the dynamic workforce changes taking place, he helps organizations to maximize their human potential and improve their bottom line. His new book is titled “Leadership Is Influence”, and it provides a blueprint for people becoming leaders of influence. In episode 418 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out what Paul learned by living in a large family with 10 children, what makes him believe so much in higher education, why today’s youth should consider serving in the US Military, whether the Top Gun movie series was accurate, what it was like working for the Pentagon, what are the three prongs to becoming a leader of influence, why you don’t need the title of leader in order to be a leader, whether leaders are born with leadership abilities or not, what steps students can take to thrive in today’s economy,....