Life & Style with Francyne – Lakisha Watson-Moore, Creator of “Bougie Black Girl”

#LifeandStylewithFrancyne sat down with Lakisha Watson-Moore, founder of Bougie Black Girl – her blog has close to 60,000 followers. She advocates for the well-being of Black women in every aspect of their lives, from self-care to wholeness. She’s a mother, politico and fitness enthusiast. We’re delving into the erasure of Black women like Breanna Taylor, Atatiana Jefferson, and Korryn Gaines, from the conversation of racial injustice and police brutality. We talk about the Presidential election and the importance of running for office to change the policy and laws.


Life & Style with Francyne – Vince McCraw, President, Detroit Chapter – NABJ

The Black Male Media Project is initiative that was founded by the National Association of Black Journalist. I chatted with Detroit Chapter NABJ President Vincent McCraw, to talk about the webinar “Black Men in Entrepreneurship.” DC-NABJ that will focus on how black male business owners are portrayed in local media and how black businesses are sustaining during the COVID-19 crisis. We will discuss what you can expect during this power-packed event. Given the current climate, you don’t want to miss this!


Life & Style with Francyne – Eve Dionne, Transformational Coach and Author “50 Things My Momma Said”

I had the opportunity to chat with one of my besties, Eve Dionne, Life Coach, Author & Speaker, who’s doing amazing things. From comedic actress to health care consultant , transformational coach and now newly published author of her book ,”50 Things My Momma Said.” We’ll talk about her new book and what it takes to change your life, even now. If you need a dose of inspiration on how to pivot during a pandemic, check out this episode of #lifeandstylewithfrancyne!


Life & Style with Francyne – Kevin Davis, Marketing and Communications Director, Erie Family Medical Centers

This was such a wonderful interview with Kevin L. Davis, whom I’ve known virtually for the last ten years. We talk about his Crush Media Group days, a successful photography he started ten years ago and the journey to where he is now. He’s a branding expert who believes your personal and professional brand are one and equals true authenticity. Learn about his “four bucket” philosophy gives him balance in his personal and professional lives. He currently serves as Director of Marketing and Communications for Erie Family Health Centers, a $70M healthcare organization with 13 locations, 700 staff members, and serves over 82,000 patients each year. He is in charge of brand management, advertising, marketing, and public relations for the organizations. He’s an emerging thought leader, husband, father and philanthropist. Tune in to hear his amazing story and be inspired. Check out his podcast, League of Leaders below where he talks to various leaders around the world:


Life & Style with Francyne – Rochelle Morton, Damsels in Defense

I was excited to sit down and speak with Rochelle Morton, Independent Damsel Director, from Damsels in Defense. She talked extensively about an assortment of non-lethal products (not firearms) that enable women and children to protect themselves against the prevalence of violence, sexual assault, rape and theft. 

She also proposed a bill, HB 4020, that will enable citizens in Michigan to have stun guns. We are currently one of the few states that prohibits them. It is currently sitting on the desk of the Judiciary Committee Chair and she’s urging everyone to contact Rep. Graham Filler to demand a hearing to legalize the use of the stun gun for personal protection. His contact info is below: 

Lansing Office
Anderson House Office Building
N-1197 House Office Building
Lansing, MI 48933
Mailing Address
N-1197 House Office Building
P.O. Box 30014
Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517) 373-1778


Life & Style with Francyne –Jeremy Thomas, Detroit NABJ Black Male Media Project

Turn on any television and you’ll see Black men negatively portrayed in disproportionate numbers. NABJ chapters around the country are hosting events on the same day intended to help change the narrative around the lives and images of black men in the news media and society. This year’s theme is #PostiveReflections to #inspireblackmen. The Detroit chapter will focus on black men and mental health. I sat down with Jeremy Thomas to talk about this upcoming event and what one can expect this Saturday. Opening up dialogue about issues Black men are dealing with is needful in today’s landscape.

Register here
inspireblackmen #positiverefelections #yougoodman #bmmp


Life & Style with Francyne – Kimle Nailer, Founder – Positive S.I.S.T.E.R.S.

In Episode 107 of #LifeandStylewithFrancyne, Host Francyne Walker sits down with Kimle Nailer, owner of Nail-Rite Construction, who has managed to combine her passion for construction, real estate and empowering women in a unique way. She founded Positive S.I.S.T.E.R.S. Self-Improvement Simply Takes Education Redevelopment & Sincerity.) ten years ago. The organization will be celebrating its 10th anniversary during an event “Real Women Like Us” on November 17th. We talk about her journey, wealth-building, real estate and how she’s showing woman how to get money like Cardi B. Okur!!!!! Check out the flyer below for more information on her upcoming event on November 17th.  Thanks for watching!

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Life & Style with Francyne – Latrice Delgado-Macon, The Styling Closet

Episode 105 of #LifeandStylewithFrancyne features special guest Personal stylist and Fashion Group International-Detroit Regional Director, Latrice Delgado-Macon, founder of The Styling Closet. Latrice’s passion for style and fashion started as a little girl and followed her into the music video world. Learn how this young beautiful women’s ambition enabled her to turn a crisis into a golden opportunity. We talk style, fashion, sexy trends and a little Maxwell. Yes, Maxwell. Check out the interview and thanks for watching!



Life & Style with Francyne – Sandra Epps, Sandy’s Land Entertainment

Episode 105 of #LifeandStylewithFrancyne features special guest Sandra Epps, founder of Sandy’s Land Entertainment. She is a Lupus survivor and one of the hardest working women in Detroit, taking care of business, from her premiere face and body painting to the numerous events she organizes to empower women and children. We sit and chat about her upcoming Detroit Doll Show which is in its seventh year and we learn how she balances everything as an entrepreneur. We also learn what’s on her wish list to help her business grow.  We wish her well on her future endeavor as well as the success of the show which I have attended in the past.  You are in for a treat. Check out the flyer below for more information.  Thanks for watching!