Black Doctors Talk Podcast Ep04: Dr. Kim Brown-Jackson - Success outside of the Academy & Mentorship

Dr. Kim L. Brown-Jackson holds a Doctorate in Business Administration in Quality Systems Management specializing in Health Systems, a Masters in Biomedical Sciences focusing on pathology and molecular oncology with additional Ph.D. research, a professional MBA-Management certificate, an Associate in Biotechnology and Forensic Science as a National Science Foundation Fellow, and a Bachelors in Biological Sciences with a cluster minor in Business Administration.

Join Dr. Brown-Jackson as she shares advice on mentorship and success for scholars and practitioners alike

Ep03: #BlackDoctorsTalk - Dr Donald Garner on Black Male Achievement

“Black and brown male achievement means to have effective and efficient tools to learn” – Donald Garner, MPA, MSW, Ph.D. In an inspiring and open dialogue, Dr. Garner joins the Black Doctoral Network Podcast, to discuss the plight facing African American Males and how the initiatives and teaching framework he is using within the community, his non-profit, and teaching are making a difference.


Dr. Garner graduated from Fordham University, where he received his Doctorate in Social Service, Social Work, and Policy. He attended Florida State University where he received his Master’s in Social Work. Not only is Dr. Garner a research scholar, but he is an Urban Faith Leader, the Director of Programming with the Black Doctoral Network, and is the Founder of The Eagle Academy Foundation which has a primary goal to aid young African American men in becoming successful academically, professionally and socially.

Ep02: #BlackDoctorsTalk - Dr. Fredrick Douglass Dixon on Preserving and highlighting Black History


Dr. Frederick Douglass Dixon is the founding director of the University of Wyoming's Black Studies Center. Enjoy as he details his journey from the southside of Chicago, IL toward becoming a second-generation historian embarking of his mission of redeeming Black history and culture.

Ep01: #BlackDoctorsTalk - Dr. Waajida Small on Women of Color and Leadership

In this episode, We speak with Human Capital Development Leader-Coach-Scholar


Dr. Waajida Small


Dr. Waajida L. Small is the founder and CEO of Capital Conscious U LLC, a leadership development firm focused on helping career and entrepreneur women of color find and align their purpose with their careers and business.  Over the past 15 years as a human resources leader and executive, Dr. Small has helped international organizations design and implement strategies to attract, develop, and retain top talent. Human Capital Development Leader-Coach-Scholar 

In 2016 Dr. Small joined the BDN team to support efforts in human resources, diversity and inclusion, and strategic partnerships.