Welcome to Part 2 of 3 part series with Jason Wiley. This episode was supposedly a pre-production meet-up that was made in the stars to be a gift of an episode that it is today.
Continue on listening and learn about the difference between fostering and adopting a child, how Jason dealt with the grief of loss every step of the way.
- Fertility misconceptions towards Black people
- How Black couples tend to wait first to get settled before trying for a baby
- How the food we eat and our modern lifestyle can also be a factor
- Jannet Jackson having a baby at 50
- Traveling to be able to find the right specialist
- The “waiting” part with insurance is detrimental
- Difference between fostering and adopting
About The Show:
A Tribe Called Fertility is a platform to share conversations about maternal health, black families, and their experiences around fertility. Our mission is to provide support and possible solutions to decrease birth disparities for black babies and maternal mortality outcomes for black women.
Read more about the hosts and their birth stories in Our Stories page.
About Jason Wiley:
With over 10 years of experience in the entertainment industry, Jason has been responsible for creating, developing, and executing a variety of marketing programs. Working with numerous successful artists, entertainers and cultural icons has challenged Jason to create a variety of multi-level marketing strategies that focused on the greatest exposure and financial return for both the artist and the company. Strategies for each artist had to be different and unique in order to cut through the competition and successfully reach a paying consumer that in today’s world is less inclined to spend money on music. It was only through proper analysis, planning, budgeting and strategizing that Jason was able to meet our financial goals and successfully launch artist careers, albums, and brands on a domestic and international level.
Marketing multi-dimensional artists whose daily activity have an influence on their brand has driven Jason to not only be able to create long term plans, but also able to revise marketing efforts quickly and effectively.
Through the years, Jason has been responsible for forecasting budgets, budget analysis, business development, media planning, ad creation, strategic planning, project management, team management and building while overseeing implementation of all marketing efforts.
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