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Best Womenofimpact podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Womenofimpact podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Denise Hamilton is the founder and CEO of WatchHerWork, a learning platform for professional women and the leaders who support inclusion. Whether it is a thoughtful discussion about inclusion in organizations, developing female leadership, navigating change or the future of work, she presents practical, actionable concepts that catalyze change in p…
 
Sydney Jackson-Clockston is the owner of Sydney Starr Travel and is a Responsible Travel, Retreat Coordinator, and Business Strategist with The Kite+Dart Group. She has found a unique way to disrupt the travel industry. Sydney recently started Living History Tours as an opportunity for experiential learning. The knowledge learned during tours is ap…
 
Coping with Coronavirus Bonus Episode & Self-Care Toolkit: Dr. Xochitl (Lisa) Vallejos is a professor and professional counselor. Dr. V is the author of the book "Shattered: How everything came together when it all fell apart." She is also an anti-oppression advocate, trainer and consultant. In This Episode: How to create some normalcy in an abnorm…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com IG: @That'sWhatSheDidPodcast FB: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com Send your suggestions for women to feature on the show to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Angelica Maria Aguilera Angelica Maria Aguilera is an international touring Chicana poet and teaching artist. She com…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com IG: @That'sWhatSheDidPodcast FB: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com Send your suggestions for women to feature on the show to Tangia Renee. Featured Guests: Saira Roa and Regina Jackson Saira Roa and Regina Jackson are friends who decided to do something unusual after an e…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com IG: @That'sWhatSheDidPodcast FB: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast Website: That'sWhatSheDidPodcast.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest Shereen Lani Younes: Shereen is a Syrian-American director, filmmaker, artist, and writer. As a filmmaker…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Sunny Red Bear-Whitcombe Adopted at two days old into a non-Native family, Sunny Red Bear grew up on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in South Dakota with an incredibly strong desire to know her…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Adri Norris Adri Norris is a Denver-based artist with a less than typical background – immigrant, military veteran, and queer artist. Adri is perhaps most known for her Women Behaving Badly series o…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Ianne Fields Stewart Artist-Activist Ianne Fields Stewart, who has appeared on the hit FX show Pose among other features. She is a black, queer, and transfeminine New York-based storyteller working …
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. NEW WEBSITE COMING SOON! Featured Guest: Lucy Diaz In This Episode: Innovating women's pro cycling by making bold moves Why equity in sports is more than just prize winnings How the sport is changing things to supp…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature on the show to Tangia Renee. In this final episode of Season 3 learn how a story Oprah once told finally motivated me to create this show. Find out how to get this show back for another season. That's What She Did Podcast is listen…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. There is only ONE episode left! If you want the show back for Season 4... Let me know by leaving a review, sending me an email, or commenting on social media. Featured Guest: Lamanda Ballard Lamanda Ballard is the …
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Krystal Covington Krystal Covington is the CEO & Founder of Women of Denver, a social enterprise association helping professional women develop their business skills, build confidence, and earn thei…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Shahira Qudrat Raised amidst two cultures, Afghan-American and proud Muslim woman Shahira N. Qudrat found herself at odds with her identity. In her debut novel, Authenticity in America: A Memoir of …
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Catherine "Cat" de Medici Jaffee Catherine de Medici Jaffee is the founder of House of Pod, a podcasting incubator and audio hub that wants to be the largest audio community in U.S. But... she belie…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Rebekah Henderson Rebekah Henderson a.k.a. The Tan Tigress is a rebel storyteller who believes that "the revolution will be art." The art she creates comes in the form of thought-provoking documenta…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: China Tolliver China Tolliver was a guest of the show during season 2 when she was in the process of starting a podcast show. She had a plan, was doing the work, but then... no show. Listeners have …
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions, comments, and suggestions for women to feature to Tangia Renee. Featured Guest: Sita Kaylin After finishing a degree in Pre-law, Sita Kaylin became a stripper - law school never happened. Now, Sita is a veteran sex worker releasing her book, Anything But A Wasted Life, with all…
 
Contact the Show: ThatsWhatSheDidPodcast@gmail.com Send your questions or comments to Tangia Renee A gifted writer and public historian, Velma Maia Thomas, is preserving and telling the stories of notable and unsung African-American people in history. Velma created the nationally acclaimed Black Holocaust Exhibit, a collection of original documents…
 
Dr. Dawn Karima is a two-time Global Music Award Winner, and Native American Music Award Winner for her CD, THE DESIRE OF NATIONS. This Indigenous Artist Activist Award Winner is also an Indigenous Music Award nominee for her CD, The Stars Of Heaven and for her radio talk show, A Conversation With Dr. Dawn Karima. She is an author and has a new boo…
 
In season 1 of the podcast, we profiled Bhagya and her incredible work with Children's LoveCastle based in Bangalore, India. Her work has been about serving the most underserved students in India. Now, I have the pleasure of interviewing her on the show. She's giving us an update on how the organization has grown and where they are gong from here. …
 
I can't believe Season 2 is at a close. For this last episode I have special guest, Michelle Y. Talbert. She an attorney, small business maven, and the original co-hostest with the mostest of this podcast! She came back to give us an update and some inspiration. She's doing cool things to support women in business and you need to learn more. This m…
 
Business diva, Shauna Armitage, is on the podcast today talking about women, business and success. We chat about: How getting fired from a job can be just the thing you need to move forward. Why women should redefine their roles as working women and moms for themselves. Why building a community is a crazy important step in business success. How to …
 
Writer, activist, teacher and poet, Suzi Q. Smith, is on this week and we talked about ALL the things. From our shared love for, and always complicated relationship with hiphop, the important role of poets and activists in the current political context, the selling of "wokeness" and the supreme importance of self-care. Continue your learning: Meet …
 
Representation matters in every industry and in every office. Every day women are making an impact in small ways that lead to big change. Today on the podcast, we have two women making an important impact in their individual spheres of influence, impacts with the potential to lead to huge change for many people. Good friends of the podcast, Valerie…
 
Laura Escalante and Camila Antonia started, Dinero Diaries, a financial blog, an online program that helps millennial Latinos learn how to manage their finances after a conversation following salsa dancing made them both realize they had some money questions. Now Laura and Camila are taking the money lessons they've learned and made them accessible…
 
China Tolliver is a former doula turned podcaster. She was inspired to start the Birth Control Podcast after witnessing several incidents in the birthing room where women were not listened to by their doctors or even experiences obstetric violence. With Birth Control Podcast she is creating space for marginalized women to tell their stories. China …
 
Tangia Renee and guest, Representative Leslie Herod, of Colorado House District 8 discuss being the first openly LGBTQ representative in the Colorado legislature, how we eventually end up with more prisons than apartments, and the Caring 4 Denver ballot initiative - an initiative that aims to raise $45 million per year to fund mental health and add…
 
In this episode, I'm honored to have Rosemary Rodriguez, CEO of TogetherWeCount.org and the former state director of Obama For America, Senator Michael Bennet, and Denver City Council among other important roles. Today we're discussing voter suppression, the mysterious US Census and how it impacts the everyday lives of EVERYONE in the country from …
 
In this episode, Analise Harris, CEO of the nonprofit Curls On The Block, shares how her experiences as a special education teacher inspired her to start an after-school program to support girls of color in feeling empowered turned into a nonprofit and entirely new path in her own life. We talk about how Curls On The Block is empowering girls to em…
 
Lizelle van Vuuren, Founder of Women Who Startup and Women Who Startup Foundation, joins me in a candid conversation about why representation matters for women, women of color, and other marginalized groups. We cover what it feels like to be tokenized, being a woman in tech, and wishing LinkedIn was a thing when we were in college. This week we cov…
 
The story of how a teacher, following a tragedy, reinvented herself to create a thriving business that connects women and empowers women. We cover how fear can show up as creative procrastination, the power of women when they connect and getting out of your own way. In this episode, we profile woman of impact, Mary Jo Gorman. She's a doctor, women'…
 
We all struggle with our self-confidence, but there is a way through. In this episode, leadership transformation coach and author, Kassandra Vaughn, talks to us about mastering our confidence and inviting our fear to dinner. Woman of Impact Profile: Raquel Cespeda Born in Harlem to Dominican parents, award-winning journalist, cultural activist, pod…
 
In this episode, I chat with Stacey Ferguson, CEO of Be Blogalicious, the premier platform for multicultural women influencers. Stacey tells us how to find the social platform that works best for you and your business. We also talk about how women of color can make more money by talking about money, and specifically why influencers shouldn't be afr…
 
If you've seen the Black Panther movie, then you are familiar with the Dora Milaje, the elite all-woman warriors tasked with protecting the king, the throne and the kingdom. Well, these bad ass on-screen sisters are based on some bad ass off-screen sisters, the Dahomey Amazons of current-day Benin, Africa. As we wind up Women's History Month, we en…
 
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