Tamara Franklin Gets Interactive with Scripps

Tamara Franklin, executive vice president of Digital for Scripps Networks Interactive, is the highest-ranking black woman at the company, she talks about her life-changing shifts in her personal life while she maintained her focus and efforts to keep the company moving. Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, author of "College Secrets," talks about strategies to pay off your college loan debt. People will be surprised by the options that are out there. And Vanessa Bell Calloway, actress who recently ended a one-woman stage play, "Letters from Zora," pays respect to Harlem Renassance writer Zora Neale Hurston. And finally, we profile Makini Brereton, owner of Makini Regal Designs, who offers a few early tips to holiday decorations.