Olympia D

About TheOlympiaDShow

After a short stint in Tampa, Florida, Olympia D. returns to the Queen City resuming her role as the Assistant Program Director and Midday Personality for WOSF-FM 105.3 RNB. Each day, from 10am until 3pm on 105.3 RnB, she looks forward to catching up with her listeners just like old friends...picking up exactly where they left off. Her goal is to put a smile on everyone’s face while helping you to forget the worries of the world. Olympia will give you the latest ENJ (Entertainment News Juice), breaking news, and her unique twist on the world we live in with her quick wit and an identifiable laugh!

As a mother to her daughter named Brilliance, Olympia D understands the challenges that parents face as they strive to raise the brightest and most well-rounded kids possible. Her journey of raising her daughter, Brilliance, inspired her to build a parenting platform entitled, Raising Brilliance, for parents everywhere. Olympia D’s Raising Brilliance, shared valuable information about various programs and activities that exposed children to positive new ideas and environments that enriched their educational and social skills. Raising Brilliance aired every Friday night at 8pm on WBTV /Bounce TV Channel 1255 on Time Warner Cable. Yet, she still found the time to lend her time and talents to organizations like Susan G. Komen, A Better World, The American Cancer Society and St. Jude. The motto that she lives by is, “turn your negative into a positive situation!”

Olympia loves working with the community. This is evident in her passion for real estate, another avenue in which she helps homebuyers and sellers achieve their dreams. As the mother of Brilliance, a bright young lady in training, Olympia seeks to provide the same inspiration she gives to her daughter. Olympia’s priority is to inform, educate, and motivate women of all ages to be wealthy and healthy.

So the next time you’re rolling through Charlotte, NC, tune into 105.3 RnB weekdays from 10am -3pm on 105.3 RnB for lots of laughs, fun, and transformative thinking as we all turn our negative into a positive situation and check her out and follow her on FaceBook, Instagram and Twitter @TheOlympiaDShow!

As we welcome the month of March, we also welcome longer days. We gain more daylight in March than in any other month! Sunrises get earlier and sunsets get later. Each day this month we gain 2 minutes and a couple seconds of daylight. We will have gained over an hour of daylight by next month. Daylight […]

If you’ve been making sure to pay your monthly rent on time, it could boost your credit. All major credit bureaus announced they’ll allow rent payments to count toward credit and loans. Experts say factoring in rent payments could have a positive impact in as little as 10 days. Currently, this can only be done […]

UNC Charlotte says that masks will be optional inside the classroom starting March 7. On Feb. 25, The UNC System issued guidance that all campuses within the system make face masks optional in indoor settings effective March 7. Masks will no longer be required in classrooms or other academic spaces. Those who are unvaccinated or […]

When parents send their children off to school, they do so in hopes that they will be safe throughout the day. Parents of students at West Charlotte High School are “disappointed” after hearing about another weapon being brought on campus. A student was found with a gun on Friday, Feb. 25. Principal Donevin Hoskins confirmed […]

For the first time since Decemeber, Mecklenburg County’s COVID-19 positivity rate has decreased below 10 percent. As of Feb. 23, the county’s positivity rate was down to 8.6%. Although this is a good sign, experts say they wouldn’t go as far to say that the pandemic is ending. Mecklenburg County health leaders warn that many people […]

Have your allergies been bothering you out of nowhere recently? Well, it may be due to all the pollen in the air. Pollen counts are increasing as we approach spring. Tree pollen typically begins in late February, meaning early spring allergy symptoms. If you suffer from allergies, be sure to keep your windows up and […]

Gas prices are up! The current average gas price in North Carolina is almost a dollar higher than the average price this time last year. The average gas price in Charlotte is currently $3.48. Although gas prices may not be decreasing anytime soon, there are some locations in the Charlotte area with cheaper prices. Read […]

It may be difficult to find free testing locations that work with your schedule. Here are some testing locations and times in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area: Friday, Feb. 25: Atrium Health 4222 Beam Road Charlotte, 28217 11 am – 4 pm StarMed – StarMed F 4001 Tuckaseegee Rd, Charlotte, 28208 9am – 6pm Register Online MAKO – […]

Charlotte Girl Scouts will be selling fewer cookies this year due to supply chain issues. The shortage is currently impacting troops in the Girl Scouts, Hornets’ Nest Council. This council covers eight counties, including Anson, Cabarrus, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Rowan, Stanly, Union, and York. The Samoas, S’mores, Trefoils, and Adventurefuls cookies are all in short supply. CEO of […]

The month of February may feel like it flew by, but there’s still time to celebrate Black History Month! Here’s a list of upcoming  Black History Month events in the Charlotte area: Thursday, February 24 & Friday, February 25 Black History Month Sip & Paint (R&B Edition) Time: 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm Location: Bobbee […]

Beginning March 7, CMS students will no longer be required to wear masks indoors. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools board unanimously voted to lift the mask mandate on Tuesday, Feb. 22. The board is following state and local COVID-19 mask recommendations. Due to federal regulations, masks will still be required on buses. Individual students, staff, and visitors […]

The transition of SunTrust and BB&T to Truist caused major problems for southeast customers. Customers reported having issues using their new debit cards. The Truist merger took place on Feb. 19. Customers were told to activate their new cards on Feb. 21. For some customers, they found that they could still not use their cards […]