Alchemy 1.01 Cultivating a Shift in Racism

Cultivating a shift in racism from the inside out with activist and coach Anita D Russell

Hosted by JJ Stenhouse, Producer Alchemy 1.01 | Uk Health Radio
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Creating heart-centered business for wellbeing with Korinne Le Page and cultivating a shift in racism from the inside out with activist and coach Anita Russell

“I bring you chat with experts, businesspeople and health professionals all creating positive change for wellbeing in society as well as advice on how to minimize the health impacts of emotional, spiritual, physical, mental patterns and practices.” 

—JJ Stenhouse, Producer Alchemy 1.01

Exclusive Interview from Dendy Media

Anita Speaks with Dendy Media.

In this exclusive interview Anita speaks with Dendy Media through her personal story, her work, her definition of success, and her most recent publication, Cultivating Change from the Inside Out.


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It’s an honor to speak with you today. Why don’t you give us some details about you and your story. How did you get to where you are today?

Metaphorically my life has been filled with doors, bridges, and choices that called for action on my part to either move forward or risk being stuck in limbo. When I dissect my life, I recognize that as I moved from one season to another, the key was formulating my own definition of success. In my journey through doors and across bridges, I passed through five distinct seasons of my life: a traumatized little girl, an awakening adolescent, a nurturing young adult, an evolving grown woman, and the liberated woman I see in myself today.

These seasons have all been stepping stones to a higher purpose. Along the way I came to terms with trauma, guilt, and depression, a boulder that had blocked my path for decades. Along the way I made career decisions that moved me from a scientist in basic research to pharmaceutical R&D. From pharmaceutical R&D, I moved into learning and development, leadership in diversity and inclusion, and project leadership. On the last leg of my corporate career, things began to change in my work environment, and I came to realize that I was being called into a different purpose for my life going forward.

So, I walked away and began to build The Place to SOAR, a social enterprise dedicated to cultivating change through daily growth and personal development for the purpose of unleashing human potential. Hence, my work as a life coach. 

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Cultivating Change from the Inside Out

Kindle Edition available at the $2.99 Book Release Price through March 31, 2021. Grab your copy today!

Learn more about Anita’s most recent book, Cultivating Change from the Inside Out: The Power of Being Human. The book empowers the idea that dismantling racism is an inside job.

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It is dedicated to my grandsons, Zane and Cairo, whose lives I pray will be free from the need to protest for their right to exist as humans in Black skin, and whose dreams will not be systematically broken or deferred.

—Anita D Russell

Engaging Interview with WSA Bookstore

Anita Speaks with Tracey Ehman from WSA Bookstore.

In this interview Anita speaks with Tracey Ehman about her most recent book, Cultivating Change from the Inside Out: The Power of Being Human. The book empowers the idea that dismantling racism is an inside job.

Anita is a 2x author in the Voices of the 21st Century book series published by Women Speakers Association (WSA).

Kindle Edition $7.99 Book. Grab your copy today!

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Take a journey towards antiracism by cultivating change through personal transformation, accountability, responsibility & intentional connection to others.”

—Anita D Russell

Six Figure Chic Podcast with Anita Russell

I really enjoyed the conversation with the women from the Six Figure Chic Podcast. Hosted by Cherie Griffith-Dunn and Niokioh Wright-Smith. —Anita D Russell, MEd, CPLC


Check out the 6 Figure Chic Podcast on YouTube.

Anita is committed to doing BIG things—building community, inspiring change and giving back. She founded The Place to SOAR as a social enterprise dedicated to cultivating change. To SOAR is to step and redesign, to disrupt limiting beliefs and empower deep self-knowledge to get unstuck in life. She is an international bestselling author. Her most recent collaborative publication is Voices of the 21st Century: Resilient Women Who Rise and Make a Difference.

Her next independent book, Cultivating Change from the Inside Out releases on March 23. Anita is a John Maxwell Certified life coach and international bestselling author with career experience in multiple disciplines including pharmaceutical R&D, learning and development, and leadership. She resides in Pittsburgh, PA. Author Page anitadrussellauthor.com

Podcast – Give It Up with Margo Hinton

Undoubtedly, Margo Hinton is one of my absolute favorite people. We met a couple of years ago at at community event at Propel School on the North Side of Pittsburgh. Her energy, excitement, and passion can be heard with every word that she speaks. We are also connected as Premier Members of Women Speakers Association Pittsburgh. As the Global Business Connector for WSA Pittsburgh, it is my honor to have Margo as a member of my leadership team. It was my pleasure to be a featured guest on the Give It Up with Margo Hinton Podcast on Urban Media—along with two other WSA members in Pittsburgh, Yasmin S Brown and Jackey Collier, also on my leadership team.


Meet Margo Hinton

Margo is a High School and Collegiate Hall of Fame basketball star. She is an author, entrepreneur, teacher and coach on a mission to transform the lives of young people.  She has been a teacher and a coach for 28 years, inspiring children to find and follow their passion.  Margo has coached basketball, softball and volleyball. She’s helped her student’s dance, sing, draw, run, drum and shoot their way toward success.

Margo has a book, a blog and a podcast which all highlight her desire to inspire others.  Her children’s book is titled Lailah’s Lesson:  You Can Do Anything!  The book encourages our youth to believe in themselves.  Her blog is called Best Thing I Heard Today, where her goal is to infuse positive messages around every day conversation.  Her podcast is Give It Up.  Margo and her guests discuss sports, education and community engagement and leave the listener with actionable steps to be applied in their own lives.