How I'm Livin' with Chef Babette is the first of a number of podcast by women who are wellness enthusiasts and professionals excited to share their wisdom, knowledge, and experience with our global audience. For us, wellness has several key dimensions that include nutritional, physical, medical, spiritual, mental emotional, relational, environmental, as well as occupational. Financial wellness is another important key to overall well-being.
WWPN features podcasts presented by a collection of women enthusiasts and professionals with an array of experience, knowledge, products and services to help you transform, grow and lead victorious, balanced lives. The founders aim to take the struggle out of the change that leads to the well-being people seek on so many levels day-to-day.You can look forward to a robust network of podcasts providing the audience with inspirational, motivational, and practical tools and solutions to live better, and dream bigger.
WWPN producer Marci Kenon is a former columnist and freelance writer for Billboard magazine and other national publications. She has interviewed numerous artists and executives including Diana Ross, Natalie Cole, Boy George, Jada Pinkest Smith, Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams, Remy Ma, Donnie McClurkin, Boyz II Men, Missy Elliott, Linda Perry of 4 Non Blondes, TLC, Jay-Z, OutKast, Dr. Dre, Daymond John of FUBU fame and “Shark Tank”, rapper Nelly and Russell Simmons hip-hop music icon.
WWPN launches with “How I’m Livin’ with Chef Babette!” a 30-minute podcast that comes out twice a week. Co-host Chef Babette Davis owns Stuff I Eat vegan restaurant in Inglewood, California with husband Rondal Davis. WWPN producer and co-host Marci Kenon checks in weekly with the 65-years-young celebrity chef and fitness enthusiast known as much for her incredible physique as she is known for her vegan soul food platter.
Chef Babette is an entrepreneur and social media darling with lots of experience and strategies to share with you about transitioning into a healthier lifestyle and staying youthful and fit while running a
thriving business and building a stellar brand.
Chef Babette is an unapologetic vegan whose lifestyle changes in exercise and nutrition relieved her of
asthma and eczema. “I used to be so rashed up I didn’t even look human,” the beauty recalls. WWPN producer Marci Kenon co-hosts with Chef Babette and in a second podcast they tag team special guests each week.
Chef Babette’s restaurant clientele includes retired basketball player John Salley, music producer
Jermaine Dupri and Reverend Michael Beckwith, spiritual teacher featured in the book and movie “The
In episode 002, Chef Babette and Marci Kenon tag team music entrepreneur Gilli Moon touching on subjects like the meshing of creativity and business. Gilli Moon has made an art of delivering both with stellar results. She is one of the first independent artists to recognize the marketing viability of the Internet during the time when business people still debated whether or not they needed to invest in a website. Her social media marketing prowess is being recognized and sought by entrepreneurs beyond music and the arts. Internalize the 5 keys to success that she shares in this podcast.
Gilli is also the founder of SongsAlive, a non-profit servicing songwriters around the world since the late 90s. Gilli is one of the first artists to use the Internet to market her music. Her books and blogs on social media and marketing are so insightful that they have caught the attention of entrepreneurs and executives outside of the music realm. This has led Gilli to create her first online academy geared towards the GENERAL entrepreneur.
EP 004 WWPN: How I'm Livin' with Chef Babette! Co-hosts Marci Kenon and Chef Babette chat with Suzanna McGee, raw vegan athlete, and performance and injury prevention specialist with over 25 years of experience. Suzanna is certified by National Academy of Sports Medicine and also holds a Certificate in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University. She is an author of "Tennis Fitness for the Love of it” and “The Athlete’s Simple Guide to a Plant-Based Lifestyle.”
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