“What’s Your Legacy” The Podcast
Apr 29, 2021
Nina Ingulli is a Certified Fund Specialist, Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor and is certified for Long Term Care. With over 19 years of experience, she now serves as the principle of and a private wealth advisor with Ingulli & Associates. As part of our Building Your Finances series, Nina shares how she helps her clients build a financial legacy.
Apr 22, 2021
Over the next six weeks, Yvette will share a new series on Building Your Finances. For those who want a financial legacy, this series is meant for you. Leading professionals in the fields of finances, tax, insurance and estate planning will provide a road map to your financial success. Tune in and share with your family and friends.
Apr 15, 2021
Yvette talks with Susan E. Fisher, a Certified Financial Planner and a Certified Gift Planning Associate, about her work with charitable estate planning.
As a financial planner, Susan works with high net worth and multi-generational clients throughout the Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery County regions. Susan has functioned as a senior trust advisor, a relationship manager, a planned giving officer and an executive director of a community foundation.
Apr 8, 2021
Yvette’s guest, Robin Robinson, talks about her role as Bucks County Recorder of Deeds. Since being elected in 2017, Robin has brought her own unique creative and energetic abilities to the task of the Recorder of Deeds with initiatives that support the public and preserve part of the rich history of Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Apr 1, 2021
Yvette speaks with fellow estate planning attorney, Maureen Anderson, whose practice is exclusively dedicated to elder law. Maureen’s practice has a focus on long-term care planning, Medicare and Medicaid and other important similar issues. Maureen has extensive experience working on behalf of clients with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias to make sure families needs are addressed in the best possible way for the family.
Mar 25, 2021
Yvette talks with Kelly Elaine Navies who is a Museum Specialist Oral Historian at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC. Kelly talks about how oral history became her passion. It began with a college assignment that resulted in her finding the legacy of her great-great-grandmother born into slavery in Asheville, North Carolina.
Mar 11, 2021
Yvette’s conversation with Allison Young, a former CEO in the healthcare industry, explores the state of the healthcare industry in the United States. What has been and continues to be the impact of COVID-19 on the industry? As a dynamic leader, creative problem solver and IT specialist, Allison shares her perspective on innovative solutions that might help address the challenges, obstacles, and setbacks in the healthcare industry.
Mar 4, 2021
Linda Wolfenson has been in the mortgage industry since 2006. Prior to that time, she was an investment advisor and an equity partner with an investment company. Yvette talks to Linda about her unique qualifications to not only find the mortgage and rate her clients might need, but more importantly, to look at the financial situation of her clients and ensure the best mortgage product is obtained. Many people overlook the importance of mortgage financing in their overall financial portfolio although obtaining a mortgage or refinancing may be their primary investment. Yvette with Linda explores how people might make sounds mortgage financing decisions.
Feb 25, 2021
Yvette discusses the New York Times bestselling book “The Color of Law” by Richard Rothstein with African studies scholar and international development specialist Dr. Tahiya McCoy Nyahuma. Currently a professor in the Sociology Department at Rowan University, Dr. Nyahuma choose “The Color of Law” for her Critical Race Theory class. The book explores the government’s role in racial inequity with the establishment of imposed racial zoning, tax exemptions for racist institutions, racial restrictive covenants, subsidies for builders to create whites-only communities, and other direct government-initiated actions. The book helps inform today’s observation of racial disparity which resulted from an unconstitutional past and which is in need of government-supported remedy.
Feb 18, 2021
Norris Turner recently started Turner Healthcare Quality Consulting after over 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry. In this conversation with Yvette, Norris shares his life philosophy on important questions: How does one conquer fear? How do you know if you’ve made the right career choice? Norris’ captivating business perspective and his comprehensive pharmaceutical background have made and will continue to make a profound difference for his clients’ success.
Feb 11, 2021
Yvette talks with her sister, Deborah Tulani Salahu-Din: poet, writer, educator and specialist in African American literary history. Tulani is an advocate for the study of African American history and culture. She is currently with the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. She returns to What’s Your Legacy? during Black History Month to talk about Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the father of Black History. As a James A. Baldwin scholar, she shares the life and legacy of this great American writer and activist.
Feb 4, 2021
Yvette’s father, Edward Theodore Taylor, died May 30, 2020. In 2014, she interviewed him at her annual Client Appreciation Event on her show, “Today, It’s Your Legacy.” He shares a monumental moment in the integration movement that changed the course of integration history in the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Jan 28, 2021
Yvette’s conversation with Rodlena Sales, staff attorney with Stern Community Lawyering Clinic at Drexel University’s School Law, addresses the important work of public interest lawyers. Rodlena is passionate about her work in underserved communities and for people who otherwise could not afford legal services. She handles issues in employment, housing, real estate, and a myriad of other legal matters.
Jan 21, 2021
Yvette continues her conversation with Tiffany Thomas Smith, Esq. as Tiffany discusses her candidacy for Judgeship.
In a prior episode of What’s Your Legacy? released on December 27, 2018, Tiffany shared her family law practice work – particularly her collaborative approach to divorce. She also talked about her charitable work in Africa. Tiffany is now expanding her commitment to the community in her bid to serve as a Judge on the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.
Jan 14, 2021
Yvette’s conversation with Tyrone M. Robinson, owner of Opportunities To Serve LLC, is filled with great advice for those who want to start a business as well as business owners who want to grow their business. Tyrone, known as the Solutions Architect, uses his wealth of knowledge and expertise to fulfill his passion to serve and help others.
Jan 7, 2021
Yvette begins 2021 by encouraging listeners to not only read more but to think about what stories they might have to share. Her discussion with Bill Hemmig, Dean of Learning Resources and Online Learning at Bucks County Community College, demonstrates how exciting and important the literary process can be.
Dec 31, 2020
It’s been quite a year! In this episode, Yvette encourages listeners to document what happened in your life this year. Because we should share and never forget our stories.
Dec 24, 2020
Yvette talks with Khalid Nasser Stewart who is an artist, teacher, urban farmer and entrepreneur. Khalid’s life and legacy are about being creative in a variety of fields that can serve humanity.
Dec 17, 2020
Yvette takes a jazz journey with Derrick Bayan Amin. Derrick is a jazz pianist, vocalist, composer and producer in the Baltimore/Washington metropolitan area with a commitment to expose communities to the jazz tradition.
Dec 10, 2020
Yvette’s discussion with recently elected Bucks County Coroner Meredith J. Buck explores the many roles Meredith has served. As an attorney, Meredith has been an advocate for her clients, and as a registered nurse, Meredith received the Florence Nightingale Medal: the highest international honor a nurse can receive from the Red Cross.
Dec 3, 2020
Yvette has a lively conversation with her friend from law school, Vedia Jones-Richardson, an Intellectual Property attorney with Olive and Olive in Durham, NC. Vedia is nationally recognized as an authority in the field of technology, computer and internet law.
Nov 25, 2020
Yvette shares some funny aspects of estate planning as she encourages everyone to avoid the pitfalls to preserving their legacy.
Nov 17, 2020
Yvette takes a musical journey with jazz artist Roy Richardson, Jr. to celebrate her firm’s 16th annual Client Appreciation – this year virtually. Roy is an outstanding saxophonist, vocalist, producer and actor. He shares some of his original work and his rendition of some musical favorites.
Nov 12, 2020
Yvette talks with Rosalind Williford, the Global Process Leader of SUEZ. Rosalind’s leadership role in the company’s Diversity and Inclusion program serves as an important part of the legacy Rosalind hopes for her daughter and other African American children.
Oct 29, 2020
In her conversation with Yvette, Jeannine Mitchell, Chair of Doylestown’s Environmental Advocacy Council, demonstrates her passion for environmental advocacy. Jeannine is committed to educating others on the importance of a sustainable ecosystem by recommending resources that are beneficial to all.
Oct 22, 2020
Cherylayne Brown Walker is the director of the Office of Financial Services at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). She is also the president of Bucks County Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, an African American women’s organization dedicated to racial and social advancement through charitable work. Yvette talks with Cherylayne about her personal journey and the international and national initiatives of The Links.
Oct 15, 2020
Sharmain Matlock-Turner, President and CEO of Philadelphia’s Urban Affairs Coalition, shares her experience and commitment to community engagement with host Yvette Taylor. Sharmaine is the first woman to lead the coalition in its 50-year history.
Oct 8, 2020
Yvette has a conversation with the author of The Perfect Fraud, Ellen LaCorte. Her debut novel is suspenseful and thought-provoking. After over 35 years in the field of human resources, Ellen embarked upon a new writing career.
Oct 01, 2020
The important work of our scientific community is highlighted in Yvette’s conversation with Dr. Levi Thompson. Dr. Thompson is not only the Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Delaware and Professor Emeritus at the University of Michigan, but he also consistently applies his in-class teachings to resolve real-world issues pertaining to sustainable energy production and storage.
Sep 24, 2020
For the third season of What’s Your Legacy?, Yvette’s first interview is with Brigitte Walker-Quinn, a healthcare industry consultant and President of the Bucks County chapter of Jack and Jill. When we talk about our children and their future, we want theirs to be a legacy of joy and abundance. What is the role of…
Sep 17, 2020
Yvette opens season 3 of What’s Your Legacy? by addressing three major questions regarding estate planning during a global pandemic.
Jul 27, 2020
Yvette asks her listeners to join her as she takes the summer to reflect and reignite her passion to make a difference, especially amidst our new normal. She hopes the three simple things she recommends will help her listeners find their joy.
Jun 18, 2020
With the recent passing of her Dad, Edward Theodore Taylor, Yvette talks with her sister and brother about the legacy of this great educator, politician, humanitarian, devoted family man and author who wrote Just God And Me, A Korean War Veteran Remembers.
May 21, 2020
Yvette’s conversation with her former Morgan State University political science professor, Dr. Alvin Thornton, is both reminiscent of Historically Black Colleges and Universities’ role in leadership development and of the current plight of maintaining the strong legacy of HBCUs. Dr. Alvin Thornton is an educator, political scientist, historian, and social activist who spent 50 years at Howard University teaching and serving in many academic leadership roles. He is the current chair of Prince Georges County Board of Education in Maryland.
May 14, 2020
Yvette’s conversation with eminent psychologist Dr. Carole Stovall (CEO/President SLS Global) explores ways to address our new normal amid the pandemic resulting from COVID-19. They discuss ways to cope with isolation, social distancing, and wearing masks and the role that we each play as leaders in our households, businesses, and communities.