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Katrina Walker Returns To “Conversations Of A Sistah”


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We’ve heard just a part of her story before and now Katrina Walker is returning to “Conversations Of A Sistah” to discuss her rise and challenge from the darkness of Domestic Violence.

An Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and Motivational Speaker, Katrina Walker converted what she knows verses what she’s experienced, into a motivational tool for success! When life gives you lemons, you spin that negativity and make lemonade. And this motivational speaker is proof that through pain there’s purpose.

Tune into “Conversations Of A Sistah” tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on blog talk radio as we sit down with Ms. Walker to hear her personal stories that demonstrate that anything is possible. For over the past two decades her philanthropic, hands-on support has helped turn hardworking individuals into successful business owners; providing them with step-by-step guidance on how to start a business, hire employees, manage a budget, select locations, and take advantage of marketing to realize their full earning potential.

All “Conversation links” in this post make it possible to access the show!

Hope you’ll be there…….so we’ll see you on the air!

31 thoughts on “Katrina Walker Returns To “Conversations Of A Sistah””

  1. Morning….this question is for the ladies, have you ever been hit or beaten by your man? since we talking domestic violence 😛

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      1. Hey ladies………guud morning…..a man should never hit a woman. I don’t care what the circumstances or situation is. it’s never ok.

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      2. Yes I can admit I was once in a violent relationship. I was married to the fool and that’s fa sure. But he was bossy and abusive. I had a hard time getting rid of his ass but I did 🙂 yes indeedy sweeties

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  2. October is domestic violence month, truth is, the awareness gets drowned with breast cancer awareness. that seems to be more vital than the domestic issues. IMO

    I’ll be tuned in either way.

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    1. I think that this is a subject/topic that we all can relate too at some point and time in life.
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      No Not really! and um No NOT ME!

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      1. I think that this is a subject/topic that we all can relate too at some point and time in life.
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        I agree. Maybe not personally but a friend or a relative.

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      2. In Katrina’s case she witnessed her mom being abused and then her husband mentally abused her and cheated on her. so I agreed with Tracy when she said it’s generational.

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