Everything You Know About Being a Freshman is Wrong - Ep. 01

Aug 22, 2016, 12:30 PM

Welcome to the Keep it 100 Girl Podcast.   My name is Nina Babel and I am the Founder and Host. I keep it 100.    I keep it real and true with real, raw, and relatable storytelling. My name is Nina Babel and I am the Founder and Host of the Keep it 100 Girl show. My podcast is a place where I interview everyday people, like you and me. Each segment pivots off personal real life stories and college experiences. So what makes me different? I celebrate embarrassment.  Think of me as your go to girlfriend.    The EDUCATINGHER podcast series is geared towards African American female freshmen attending a HBCU - Historically Black College and University this Fall.   Each episode represents my passion and purpose to empower African American women and men of all ages to connect with their younger college selves, celebrate the embarrassment, and pass the positivity to one female college freshman at a time.   You wanna act grown? Today, I am dropping the first episode of the epic EDUCATINGHER series, called Everything you Know about Being a Freshman is Wrong. In today’s episode, I have some Howard University Sophomores that want to talk directly to the Class of 2020. I asked these ladies to give me the savage low down on what every female college Freshman should know from day one.   Suggested Tweets   Don’t miss “EDUCATINGHER,” @ninababel new podcast series about educating female college freshmen attending #HBCU20 schools this Fall 2016 @ninababel launches a new #podcast series about the stuff no one tells Freshmen from Day 1 and beyond  @ninababel launches a new #podcast series about the stuff you wish someone told your Freshmen younger self #hbcuradio   ABOUT NINA Nina works as a Social Entrepreneur. She is the Founder of Girlcircle TV on YouTube, EducatingHER, Keep it 100 Girl Podcast, Lifestyle Writer, IT Consultant - NIBA, Modern Edgy Urban by Nina includes her line of t-shirts and greeting cards, and Author-to-Be of What Your Mother Didn't Tell You, But Your Girlfriend Did. Her services include self-worth coaching and motivational speaking. My passion and purpose is to give women of all ages the boost of confidence needed to take their self-worth to the next level.  She physically resides in Washington, DC Metro Area, but mentally on a beach. She is devoted to empowering young women, who are in pivotal times of their lives to celebrate every facet of embarrassment. Nina speaks to young women about socially and sexually awkward topics related love, sex, dating, and sexual health. Nina can be found laughing the loudest, finishing a cup of Cold Stone Creamery, or traveling somewhere exotic with a beach. You can find more of her brand on https://www.ninababel.com.

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