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Olivia Wherry speaks with influential female leaders about how they created their life successes, overcame obstacles, and broke through the glass ceiling to get to where they are today. This podcast seeks to inspire and connect the future generation of leaders by sharing personal stories and advice from Boss Ladies who have made it to the top. Olivia’s conversations include corporate CEO’s, entrepreneurs, artists, influencers, athletes, and more - all who teach the value of chasing your drea ...
 
The Kootenays is a diverse region in the South East corner of British Columbia, Canada. Dense forests, rich farmland, high mountain peaks, and fresh clean rivers and lakes surround people from all walks of life who live, work and play here. Some of them also make a lot of really great music! This show is dedicated to the musicians and people who work alongside them to create a music scene that is as diverse and unique as the region they call home. This is the Sound Of The Kootenays!
 
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Jennifer Brown is a leading diversity and inclusion expert, dynamic keynote speaker, best-selling author, award-winning entrepreneur and host of The Will To Change podcast. In this episode, Jennifer shares strategies for corporate leaders to create a more diverse and inclusive workplace, where their employees can feel comfortable bringing their ful…
 
“It’s so important to be compassionate and understanding with yourself” Angie Tebbe is the founder and CEO of Rae Wellness, a nutritional supplement company dedicated to helping women feel their best from the inside out and to supporting women so that they always have the strength and confidence to achieve their goals, big and small. Growing up, An…
 
“Stay informed, but please, don’t forget about your own personal wellbeing.” Christina Ryan is the CEO and Chief Nursing Officer of the Deaconess Women’s Hospital in Newburgh, Indiana. Today, she and her team are on the frontline fighting COVID-19 and working hard to protect their patients. In this episode, Christina shares the importance of going …
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 10 The Hillties (Craig Beauchamp & Sam Matthews) The Hillties are a 6 piece funk/rock/reggae/jam band from Nelson BC. They are about to release their new album titled Sunshine on April 20. To celebrate the release of the album there was a tour booked across British Columbia and Alberta, but in the wake of the Corona…
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 9 Adham Shaikh Adham is a Slocan Valley based electronic music producer who has been blending the sounds of many cultures into his vibey grooves since the early nineties. He's traveled around the world performing and recording with some of the most interesting and diverse musicians across a multitude of genres. He i…
 
Cat Kreidich is the SVP of Commercial at Sony Music Entertainment. In this episode, Cat walks us through her journey from a musician to a leader in the music business. Cat’s career has blossomed in an ever-changing industry as she has worked on bridging the gap from physical to digital. Cat shares her advice on how to advocate for yourself in the w…
 
Abby Stein is an American transgender author, activist, blogger, model, rabbi, and speaker; she is the first openly transgender woman raised in a Hasidic community. In this episode, Abby discusses her extraordinary journey of self-discovery and self-fulfillment within the context of her fundamentalist roots: by taking a 180 degree turn and deconstr…
 
Adette C. Contreras is Co-founder & CEO at Tinsel Experiential Design, Founder & CEO at In Wild Pursuit. She is a Manila-born, Chicago-raised, and Brooklyn-based graphic designer and entrepreneur. Her mission as an immigrant woman in the creative field is to propel the changing face of business, challenge the conventional views of entrepreneurship,…
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 8 Bennu St. Clair Al catches up with Bennu St. Clair at Sincerity Sound Studio as she's wrapping up the recording/mixing sessions for her debut single "People of The Earth". Co-Produced with Barry Jones, this song is her urgent transmission for change. Bennu opens up wide and talks about the writing of the song, the…
 
Kelsea Bauman, star of the indie film VANILLA, is a director, producer, writer, and actor with a social justice bent. She is driven by a love of stories and their integral connectedness to all forms of art. In this episode, Kelsea discusses the challenges of coming out from behind the scenes and being in front of the camera in VANILLA, her percepti…
 
Mallory Schmoll, registered store manager at one of Walgreens’ specialty pharmacies, was 2018’s Next Generation Pharmacist Specialty Pharmacist Award winner. Following a life changing trip to Kenya, Mallory has dedicated her career to the field of HIV in community settings as well as specialty pharmacy care. In this episode, she discusses the value…
 
Kimberly Ayers Shariff is the Chief Administrative Officer of American Ballet Theatre, one of the world’s premier dance organizations. She has navigated her career marrying her professional ambition with her affinity for strategic thinking and the arts. In this episode, Kim discusses inclusion, diversity, and equity in the workplace, the value of k…
 
Amanda O’Donnell is the Chief Operating Officer of VoteRunLead, a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that trains women to run for office (and win). Before stepping into her current role, Amanda spent over a decade as a founding partner of Control Group, the company which had the winning bid on LinkNYC, transforming all pay phones in NYC …
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 7 Cam Penner Cam has been polishing and realizing his musical identity for well over 20 years. In this feature interview, he shares a full career perspective with stories about his roots growing up in Manitoba, discovering and cultivating a talent for music, building and managing his band The Gravel Road for over 10…
 
Nicole Centeno is the founder and CEO of Splendid Spoon, a holistic wellness brand that is rethinking the way people eat and relate to food through ready-to-eat, plant-based meals. In this episode, Nicole explains the trials and tribulations of starting a business and reminds listeners of the importance of having a supportive group of peers. She al…
 
After over a decade on Wall Street, Cornell University professor Dr. Susan S. Fleming pursued a “second career” focused on researching and reducing gender bias in the business world. In this episode, Dr. Fleming discusses what she learned as a female executive in finance as well as strategies for identifying and dismantling systemic gender biases i…
 
Kristina Vogel is the Chief Operating Officer at Modus. Kristina navigated her way through Silicon Valley in the 90s as a database engineer. In this episode, she discusses the culture of engineering and how it changed throughout her time in the field. She explains what product development was like before agile practices were implemented and the neg…
 
Amanda Sobhy is a Professional Women’s Squash player currently ranked number 1 in the United States and 13 in the world. For over a decade, Amanda has tirelessly pursued her passion for the sport while mindfully balancing her personal and academic life. She is an advocate for equal pay and practices in the squash community. In this episode, Amanda …
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 6 Feature Interview: Craig Korth Craig is one of Canada's premiere bluegrass musicians who brings an energy and flair and quick wit to every project he touches. From his roots in Alberta where he founded critically acclaimed bluegrass bands Jerusalem Ridge and Widow Maker, to settling down to raise his family in Nel…
 
Nasya Kamrat, CEO and co-founder of the certified women-owned, digital content business Faculty, has navigated a successful career as a woman in a traditionally white, male dominated industry. In order to establish and expand her brand, Nasya has leaned into both partnering with men, as well as building a network of collaborative female leaders. Sh…
 
Sound of the Kootenays Episode 5 *Explicit Content = Language Feature Interview - Ferdy Belland Ferdy is a Cranbrook based bass player and journalist who has recently been tapped to join Canadian rock icon Bif Naked's band. They have already toured across Canada once and are gearing up for multiple gigs at sea aboard the Trailer Park Boys Cruise in…
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 4 Feature Interview: Allison Girvan Allison is a Nelson based choral conductor, music and theatre educator and versatile vocalist. She has been featured on albums and in concerts with Canadian Tenor John McDermott and released 2 solo recordings in collaboration with her husband, composer Don Macdonald. She shares he…
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 3 Feature Interview: Justin Hines Justin has released 4 full length albums in his 10 year career and toured around the world. When the time came for him to take a break from music, he and his wife settled in Grand Forks BC and opened a board game cafe. Check out his fascinating story and hear music from each of his …
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 2 Feature Interview: Jesse Lee Jesse Lee is one of Nelson’s busiest musicians playing bass for numerous acts as well as playing solo guitar shows and keeping dance floors grooving as vinyl DJ Rafferty Funksmith. Jesse tells the story of how he connected with such prominent acts as Brian Rosen and the What Now, Shane…
 
Jen Hensley is the President of Link at Intersection. Listed as one of Crain's 40 Under 40 in 2018, Jen is currently building the world's fastest free wi-fi network. In this episode, Jen shares the story of her career, including the mentors and role models that guided her along the way. Jen uses her personal experiences to advise listeners on how t…
 
Sound of the Kootenays - Episode 1 Feature Interview: Paul Hinrichs Paul shares the story of his journey in the music industry, from being a young dedicated live music fan following touring bands like Dave Matthews Band and Phish through to his most recent position as the Kaslo Jazz Etc. Festival’s Executive and Artistic Director. Kaslo Jazz Etc. F…
 
Podcast 5 - Inside the Writers Room - Executive Producer John Stephens, Co-Executive Producer Joshua Safran, Producer Amanda Lasher and Story Editor Lenny Rosenfeld talk about what really goes on in the writers room when breaking the latest stories for Gossip Girl.
 
Podcast 4 - Stories that Never Happened - Executive Producer John Stephens leads the discussion about stories that were conceived in the writers room but never brought to screen in this must listen for all true Gossip Girl fans.
 
Podcast 3 - Guest Stars - Executive Producer John Stephens, Co-Executive Producer Joshua Safran and Supervising Producer Jessica Queller talk about the amazing guest stars who have graced the Gossip Girl screen, including Michael Kors, Tinsley Mortimer and Wallace Shawn.
 
Podcast 2 - Gossip Girl Voiceover - Executive Producers Stephanie Savage and John Stephens along with Co-Executive Producer Joshua Safran discuss writing Gossip Girl VO and Kristen Bell's participation with the show.
 
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