In the world of fashion, Felita Harris, the Chief Revenue and Strategy Executive and co-founder of Raise Fashion, shines as a dynamic, courageous, and empathetic leader who harnesses her privilege to advocate for equity and inclusivity. Her journey serves as a powerful example of the impact one can have when their privilege is used for the betterment of society.
Join Felita and Amber as they dive into the art of building strong networks based on trust and authenticity. Felita generously shares her own journey in the fashion industry and how she and her organization use their privilege to support BIPOC designers and interns. The discussion also touches on the delicate balance between a successful career and the responsibilities of motherhood, as well as the power of embracing your unique style. Throughout this eye-opening episode, Felita emphasizes the importance of reciprocity in funding requests and passionately believes in using her privilege to empower the BIPOC community.
Get ready to join these 2 amazing women in this engaging conversation that explores privilege, equity, and the incredible impact of individuals like Felita who are committed to making the world a fairer place for everyone.
"I truly believe that the center of relationships is truth. I build relationships based on trust and what I can add to the person's life and network." - Felita Harris
"We all deserve a chance, but we all don't get the opportunity." - Felita Harris
"I define style by how people want to identify and show up in the world." - Felita Harris
"Being really clear about why you're asking is super helpful. And people don't always realize that I can't show up like I'm asking just for me. I have to be asking for us." -Amber Cabral
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Great listen/watch. People really underrate how important emotional intelligence is in business. Hopefully more people will listen and utilize some of the information shared.
Wow! I couldn’t get enough of this. Wished it were longer. The conversation is real, authentic and can absolutely be life changing if you soak the info in. Just finished listening to the episode with Tieko Nejon on emotional intelligence and Amber asked the best questions. Tieko answered so thoughtfully and broke it allll the way down for us. Kudos to both of you. I am sharing this podcast with so many people.
Just finished the first episode (whispers: via YouTube) and I was NOT ready for the conversation to end. So I came on over to the apple podcast streets to subscribe and listen again on my commute to work. While this is not the work I’m exclusively dedicated to, I want to increase awareness around equity so I can be more intentional in my practice personally and professionally. This conversation is an absolute resource that I have the PRIVILEGE (time) to tap into and I look forward to digging into new episodes every week.
Amber has a genuine ability to bring out the authentic aspects of topics that many of us must want to sit down and have a conversation about! Refreshing, compelling and yes, entertaining — can’t wait for each episode to drop and I even feel more equipped to expand on these topics in my own circle!