Three Kidney Transplants, Life on Dialysis - Bradly Grizzard

Episode 2,  May 14, 2020, 02:06 AM

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Bradly discusses his experience having three kidney transplants, being the youngest person on dialysis wherever he went and his battle with depression.

Bradly discusses his diagnosis, diet as a teen and dialysis. The path toward his first kidney transplant.

Bradly Grizzard is the Co-Founder and Media Director of A Wise Way, an educational platform for youth which interviews professionals and uses their experiences to direct people to a specific career. In his time with A Wise Way Bradly has helped raised thousands of dollars for the Boys and Girls Clubs in his hometown and has run successful “proof of concept” career hubs that have impacted thousands of youth at the Los Angeles Convention Center with YoMo-LA and Mobile World Congress-LA.

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Audra was burned at a year and half, had six surgeries between the ages of 2 and 16 and did not look at herself in the mirror until she was 25 years old. As a person, who has experienced trauma and was left with physical remnants of it, she was then able to do the work necessary to embrace her scars and become empowered by them. Because of her experience Audra wrote her song “Scars”, created the I’ve Got Scars Baby! Podcast and has been performing and holding personal empowerment workshops across the country.

From Detroit native to Los Angeles artist and producer, Audra has also performed at such venues as the Disney Music Hall (LA), The Kennedy Center (Washington DC), The World Children’s Festival of Theatre (Copenhagen, Denmark), The House of Blues Sunset (LA) and The Comedy Store (LA), Laugh Factory (LA) and The Comedy Union (LA).

As a Producer, Audra has worked for several network TV shows including: America's Got Talent, Steve Harvey's Big Time, and The Tom Joyner Show as well as shows on Netflix, BET and VH1. Audra then took her creativity to the stage as the writer and producer of her first play entitled, The Cage at the Stella Adler Theatre in Hollywood to several sold out shows.