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    Dr. Naeema began her undergraduate college career in Los Angeles at the University of Southern California. 13 years later, as a wife and mom of three, she returned to graduate school to earn her Doctorate in Chiropractic from Life University. Recently, she celebrated her 5th anniversary as founder and owner of Elevate Family Chiropractic in Roswell, Georgia. As a woman of color, she understands the disparity that exists in health care for Black and Brown families and EFC proudly serves those in the greater North Atlanta area. 

    Dr. Naeema is also the founder of Elevate Now! Podcast where she champions women to pursue their passions with practical advice, resources & more. She is on a mission to create a community of women actively chasing after their dreams.

    In 2022, Dr. Naeema released her debut memoir, Raised As A Lie, which chronicles her true-life experiences with racism, identity, worthiness, trauma, and, ultimately, healing. She has appeared before audiences virtually, locally, and internationally, delivering the message of hope. 

    “It’s my greatest desire to impact little brown and black girls or anyone that has ever felt invisible & encourage them to stand up within their vulnerability to realize they are worthy of EVERY DAMN THING!”

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How to Find Your Truth 🏆 Dr. Naeema Olatunji on The Atlanta Late Night Show Season 2 (Ep.3 - Pt. 2)

How to Find Your Truth 🏆 Dr. Naeema Olatunji on The Atlanta Late Night Show Season 2 (Ep.3 - Pt. 2)

This podcast is the second part of our interview with Dr. Naeema Olatunji. ➡️ Dr. Olatjunji is discussing how she found her truth amidst being biracial and straddling two different cultures. Dr. Olatjunji is a business owner, and author of a new book called Raised as a Lie, which discusses topics such as self-worth, identity, and racism. She details her life journey and how she came to be and accept herself, as well as others. ➡️ This was particularly difficult when she found herself not being white enough for white people or black enough for black people in America and learning that everything she thought she knew about herself was a lie. Check out this podcast if you are also in search of your own truth or just interested in the topic. 💬 What was the biggest lie you uncovered in your life that shook your sense of identity? 👉 We appreciate every thumbs up and would love it if you’d consider subscribing to the channel! Thank you so much for visiting 👋 ******************** 🎙 Welcome to the official YouTube channel of The Atlanta Late Night Show 🎙 Do you ever do or think things you wouldn’t want to admit publicly? ➡️ Here we discuss the weird thoughts we all have when we’re afraid of judgment. You’ll get a sense of what it’s like when people are entirely, and uncomfortably honest and see if other people had the same thoughts, you may have been afraid to admit. But be warned, the jokes will fly! This show introduces guests to problematic scenarios and questions that make them think and open up about their most personal and sometimes hilariously shameful moments. ➡️ The guests range from musicians to authors, to comedians, and more. Check out this podcast to see if your thoughts are normal, or to see what kind of things comedians do and think about when they aren’t on stage. 📍 Join the show if you’re in the Atlanta area! 🎬 Subscribe to our channel and hit the bell to never miss a video 🔔 ******************** 👍 Let’s Connect! Follow The Atlanta Late Night Show on your favorite social media: Instagram ➡️ TikTok ➡️ 📧 Contact us anytime: ✨ And don’t forget to subscribe to the Channel! ******************** #CodesWitching #Racialidentity #TheLateShow #AtlantaLateShow #FunnyPodcast #FindYourTruth #DrNaeemaOlatunji
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