"It's Classy. It's bougie. And a whole lot of ratchet!"
-The Ladies of JungleRose
JungleRose is a podcast curated to amplify the voices of black women. Black women are misunderstood, undervalued, and overlooked. We are often perceived as "ghetto", bossy, unintelligent, angry, promiscuous, less important, and uncultured, just to name a few.
JungleRose serves as a pipeline to challenge the false narrative and showcase the success of black women. This therapeutic space empowers you to navigate and thrive through the black experience.
Each Wednesday, we share experiences and sow seeds about everything from: relationships, finances, culture, spirituality, lifestyle, wellness to personal growth. We help to bolster your self-confidence and self-worth in the spaces you occupy in or outside of life’s jungles to live your best life!
What is jungleRose?
Personal and Professional Relationships
Health & Welnesss
Mental, physical, and social wellbeing
Community oriented dialogue
One hell of an aunt and niece duo Who:
Started from the bottom in New Haven’s infamous Church Street South housing project aka “The Jungle”. The ladies found themselves Grindin’ to the top of their careers with No Guidance. They have the Juice and they are ready to Share Their World through storytelling, conversation, and opinion sharing. It’s a fact that you are going to love them for their Ambition!
Jae SuMone is Working to BALANCE the two WORLDS life has introduced to her...
With a heavy focus on her career, her personal life was forced to take a backseat for longer than the societal norms
Now she walks in the shadows of:
being a 17-year veteran in the world of education
the struggles attached to not knowing shit about running a successful candle line
figuring out her new role as a wife and a secondary matriarch
discovering life in a new town away from her entire support system
accepting the realities of being a mature woman
The juggling continues
Marley is trying to flourish through the bullshit
After being forced to relocate back to her home state of Connecticut, as a result of $200,000+ of student loan debt, Marlisha left a whole ass life behind in California. Now, she is trying to:
navigate a new life in her hometown
discover who she is as a novice medical provider
maintain her long-distance relationship and friendships
reach financial independence
serve as a surrogate parent to her nephew
bloom into the rose she is intended to be