“What’s Your Legacy” The Podcast
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.