Motherhood in Black & White

Achieving Equality w/ Sabrina Parsons

September 27, 2020 Black and White Momcast Season 1 Episode 10
Motherhood in Black & White
Achieving Equality w/ Sabrina Parsons
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Motherhood in Black & White
Achieving Equality w/ Sabrina Parsons
Sep 27, 2020 Season 1 Episode 10
Black and White Momcast

Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software, joins the conversation this week.  This episode is a mini-reunion for Kaanji and Sabrina, whose friendship goes back to the late-1980s, when they attended the same, all-girls high school in the Bay Area.  We discuss the benefits of a single-sex education for girls, the legacy of RBG, and tips on how to live an unapologetic life.  Sabrina shares her experiences mentoring female entrepreneurs and advocating for racial and gender equality.  

If you are enjoying the conversation, please take a moment to rate, review, subscribe and share with your friends.  Follow the show @blackandwhitemomcast.

Tara IG: @tatstar

Kaanji IG: @kaanji_irby

Kaanji and Tara are both anti-racism advocates and members of the leadership team for Embrace Action, an anti-racism advocacy and educational nonprofit organization. You can learn more about Embrace Action by visiting www.embraceaction.org 


Tara Bio:
Tara is a bank executive living in North Dallas with her husband and son.   A recovering overachiever that tends to stretch herself a bit thin trying to be all things to all people, she’s learning more and more about how to strive for ordinary.  She loves Beyonce, dancing in the kitchen, inappropriate conversations with her girlfriends, laughing with her family, and hyping other people up.  She’s currently halfway through an MBA program and aspires to serve in a capacity that empowers women in her community.  She is always a work in progress.


Kaanji Bio. 
Kaanji is a coach, anti-racism advocate and practicing attorney.  She’s passionate about engaging people in honest and authentic conversations about the Black experience in America.  California-born and raised and a recovering New Yorker, proud Georgetown alum Kaanji resides in the Dallas suburb of Frisco, TX with her husband and 11-year old son.  A self-professed wine connoisseur and lover of all things Prince, she holds space in the company of amazing friends and a supportive family. 

Show Notes

Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software, joins the conversation this week.  This episode is a mini-reunion for Kaanji and Sabrina, whose friendship goes back to the late-1980s, when they attended the same, all-girls high school in the Bay Area.  We discuss the benefits of a single-sex education for girls, the legacy of RBG, and tips on how to live an unapologetic life.  Sabrina shares her experiences mentoring female entrepreneurs and advocating for racial and gender equality.  

If you are enjoying the conversation, please take a moment to rate, review, subscribe and share with your friends.  Follow the show @blackandwhitemomcast.

Tara IG: @tatstar

Kaanji IG: @kaanji_irby

Kaanji and Tara are both anti-racism advocates and members of the leadership team for Embrace Action, an anti-racism advocacy and educational nonprofit organization. You can learn more about Embrace Action by visiting www.embraceaction.org 


Tara Bio:
Tara is a bank executive living in North Dallas with her husband and son.   A recovering overachiever that tends to stretch herself a bit thin trying to be all things to all people, she’s learning more and more about how to strive for ordinary.  She loves Beyonce, dancing in the kitchen, inappropriate conversations with her girlfriends, laughing with her family, and hyping other people up.  She’s currently halfway through an MBA program and aspires to serve in a capacity that empowers women in her community.  She is always a work in progress.


Kaanji Bio. 
Kaanji is a coach, anti-racism advocate and practicing attorney.  She’s passionate about engaging people in honest and authentic conversations about the Black experience in America.  California-born and raised and a recovering New Yorker, proud Georgetown alum Kaanji resides in the Dallas suburb of Frisco, TX with her husband and 11-year old son.  A self-professed wine connoisseur and lover of all things Prince, she holds space in the company of amazing friends and a supportive family.