The Lawyer Who Rocks Podcast

Joleen Hughes, founder and owner of Hughes Media Law Group, is a business badass. From music, to technology, to law, Joleen’s done it all, and done it well.

Now she’s sharing what she’s learned and taking her friends along for the ride. On The Lawyer Who Rocks, Joleen chats up fellow entrepreneurs about what they do, how they do it, and what they’ve learned along the way. From founders of startups making waves in tech and media, to authors, musicians and VC’s – The Lawyer Who Rocks is amplifying their badassery with the world at large.

Episode

71

Joleen Hughes

For Kelly Bayett, music was always an escape. As a kid, she would put on headphones and pretend that nothing else existed. With her astounding taste, enthusiasm, and love for the music scene, Kelly devoted her life to music production. She has worked in voice acting, radio, and eventually went on to found her own production company, Barking Owl. As one of the only female founders in music production, she stands out with her booming confidence and pushes the boundaries of the music industry with each project she takes on!

Full transcript found here

Episode

70

Joleen Hughes

In the second part of Aba Kwawu's interview, Joleen and Aba dive into the success of Aba's career in fashion and luxury branding. After studying fashion in London, Aba styled and media trained professional athletes and later founded her own agency, TAA Public Relations. What started as an at-home office turned into a PR Empire. Aba built up elite clients like Cirque Du Soleil and Laduree and created an astounding reputation for her and her brand. Today, TAA is one of the most reputable PR agencies in the world, and it all started with Aba Kwawu.

Full Transcript found here

Episode

69

Joleen Hughes

Aba Kwawu’s path to the fashion industry was full of kicks and turns. In the first of a two-part interview, Joleen and Aba dive into her roots and the core values that made Aba the leader she is today. A first-generation Ghanaian immigrant, Aba’s love for the arts was considered more of a hobby than a career. While she absolutely excelled in genetics and public health, her true calling was fashion so she ditched science and became the only American student at the London College of Fashion. Tune in next week to hear how Aba’s well-rounded education and connections led to a PR empire!

View Full Episode Transcript Here

Episode

68

Joleen Hughes

Growing up, Penny Sansevieri surrounded herself with books and wanted nothing more than to be a librarian. With her love for all things literature, she published her first book 25 years ago and saw a window for herself in the independent publishing industry. Penny is a true publishing pioneer managing book marketing campaigns that have created countless bestselling authors (including The Lawyer Who Rocks!). Penny’s company, Author Marketing Experts, helps self-published authors learn how to market and promote their books and turn their books into a 24/7 selling machine.

View Full Episode Transcript Here

Episode

67

Joleen Hughes

In the second part of Mari Carr’s tell-all interview, we Mari delves into her creative writing process. Collaborating with other authors, Mari found a sisterhood in the writing community. Together they organize workshops and other ‘bootcamps’ in order to learn from each other. But there’s also a plot twist: Mari’s story runs closer to Joleen’s than you may think… tune in to hear the shocking way Mari and Joleen crossed paths, and how Mari’s support of Joleen’s alter-ego has been life-changing.


Archive »

Go to Page: