Despite the uncertainty around us, it’s been quite a year of accomplishments for Ayesha Curry. While gracing the cover of Domino’s Fall Style issue, the food enthusiast, philanthropist, and mother of three released her second cookbook, New York Times best-seller The Full Plate: Flavor-Filled, Easy Recipes for Families With No Time and a Lot to Do; appeared at the Democratic National Convention; and hosted an Instagram Live cooking demo with Vice President–elect Kamala Harris. This year has marked many serious milestones for Ayesha, including launching her media platform and magazine, Sweet July, which champions female entrepreneurs and people of color, and planning for the imminent opening of her retail environment in downtown Oakland, California. Along with that, her nonprofit foundation, Eat. Learn. Play., which she cofounded with her husband, NBA superstar Steph Curry, is doing incredible work to support children in need through this moment of global pandemic and remote schooling. Her work and vision are an inspiration, as is the way she decorates, feeds her family of five, and communicates with her fans. Listen in as Ayesha shares how she uses her platform to amplify diverse voices…and for that, we are all grateful.