Today we’re merging two of our classic features, GladiatHer® Wives and GladiatHer® Crush Wednesday, to introduce you to one outstanding woman. She’s a dedicated wife and mother, an entrepreneur and philanthropist and can make a party turn 0 to 100, real quick. To top that all off, she’s a proud graduate of the Real HU. Meet New Jersey’s own, Samantha Romantini Bethea aka DJ Spinvixen… Tell our readers a little bit about yourself. My name is Samantha, I am from Sicklerville, N
It’s not everyday that you meet women who change your life. I’m blessed to have had the opportunity to do just that. Sydney Satchell has gone from being a Division-I athlete to an amputee and an inspiration for so many in a relatively short amount of time. She has found the strength, courage and wisdom to turn her adversity into life lessons for so many. I’m honored to share this GladiatHer® Grads story with you. Where’d you go to school and what sport did you play? I went to
If you ever watched USA’s Necessary Roughness, a show thatclaimed to depict the life a sports and entertainment psychologist, and thoughtyou had a good idea of what a sports psychologists is, I’m sorry to tell you,but you’re wrong. Contrary to the show,
sports psychology is filled with well-rounded, hardworking, dedicated
professionals who are committed to their clients and the field of sports
psychology. It’s been a field that’s
interested me for some time, so when I f
It’s Monday October 28, 2013, and as I sit at my desk, one thing comes to mind—I survived another Howard University Homecoming (HUHC). Trust me, as an alumnus I can tell you that that’s a feat worth celebrating. HUHC is a time to celebrate an institution that has birthed and continues to birth African-American political activists, doctors, lawyers, teachers, theologians, and the list goes on and on. It is a time to celebrate old friendships, milestones and accomplishments.