Trust Your Intuition: An Interview with K.A. by BlackFemaleProject published on 2019-04-03T15:18:07Z **Adult Language** My Black womanness lets me know that what I see and feel is real, that my intuition is ahead of its time, and it’s there to protect and guide me in a system designed not just to ignore me, but to demolish me—demolish my voice, my spirit, my ability to love. - K.A. SUMMARY In this, the final installment of our audio podcast kickoff year, we are thrilled (and you will be too) to introduce K.A. (formerly known as K.C.). In this interview, K.A. shares reflections from her professional journey. At the center of K.A.’s story are her insights on working in nonprofit versus for-profit settings and the pattern of being undervalued and/or disregarded in the workplace that many Black women experience. This episode is sponsored by: PJS Consultants (Become a sponsor today: www.blackfemaleproject.org/donate/) GUEST K.A. (formerly known as K.C.) is new to the Bay Area and originally from North Carolina. A self-described professional wanderer, over the years she's amassed a colorful portfolio carving niches in such fields as education, online retail, property management, and the nonprofit sector. She was introduced to the BlackFemaleProject when a dear friend invited her to join the Fall 2017 roundtable discussion. HOST Precious founded the BlackFemaleProject. The daughter of a teacher and a poet, she combines her business acumen and problem solving ability with her imagination to increase the brand awareness of community-based and public service organizations. Precious currently serves as Principal for PJS Consultants.