Black Women Talk Work is the podcast candidly exploring the experiences of Black women at work while highlighting our success stories along the way! Join host Myriha Burce as she interviews women across different industries and at various stages of their careers, offering insightful conversation into career pathing, diversity and inclusion, and reimagining the world of work for us, with candor, authenticity and purpose.
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I had such a wonderful experience sharing my story on the Black Women Talk Work podcast. Thank you for providing me - and other women like me - with this platform. 🤎
Enjoyed the conversation with Dr. Kristamarie! It was enlightening and encouraging to hear a black female doctor’s perspective on life and challenges. Those voices need to be heard! This was my first time listening to the podcast, and most definitely will not be my last.
This show came up as a suggested podcast on my feed and because of the title I instantly subscribed but it took me awhile to actually listen to an episode (I have so many podcasts in que that sometimes it’s hard to keep up). Today on my way to the grocery store I listened to the most recent WFH episode and I was amazed. I am a black woman in the corporate space and I felt seen and heard by the conversation. And more importantly I learned something new. Please keep the podcast coming.
I found this podcast and I’m so happy I did it’s tremendous ! Miryha is smart and engaging and her guests drop gems upon gems entertaining and thoughtful I look forward to each new episode
After listening to each episode, I’ve been inspired to do better in all aspects of life. Thanks for showing up and for doing the podcast.
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Black Women Talk Work launched 3 years ago and published 36 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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