Inspirational Women

Inspirational Women is a weekly podcast that features women who are leaders in their field, entrepreneurs, authors or women carving new paths in education, the environment, charities, crime prevention, health care, domestic issues, and youth outreach.

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Inspirational Women

1-13-19: Allison Tenney, Ignited Womxn Summit, Feb 9 in Seattle, www.ignitedwomxnsummit.com

Allison Tenney is the founder of Seattle Ignited Women Project, an event dedicated to redefining what success and strength means as a woman. For any of us who want to be instruments of change in the world, this is the experience that is essentially like a lab where we learn some things, test them out with a group of women seeking to also be a force of change in the world, and then continue to collaborate with new found friends and connections to put the solutions into action. The next Ignited Womxn Summit is Saturday, February 9, 8:30-4 in the Capital Hill area. www.ignitedwomxnsummit.com
00:31:07 1/13/2019

Past Episodes

Elizabeth Emens is a Law Professor at Columbia University, a mother of 2 youngsters, and now author of an important new book: Life Admin--How I Learned to do Less, Do Better and Live More. The book is important because it is an education--one that provides insight into the things /stuff of our own life, it presents experiences of others, and thus the means of making our life work more efficiently for ourselves. 'Life Admin' is a great term to cover all the time it takes to deal with all the extra things in our life, such a an insurance company to navigate the costs and issues dealing with claims. Or dealing with the cell company when things are flying north with our necessary device. Information is power! www.elizabethemens.com
00:30:44 1/6/2019
Elizabeth Primamore is Professor of English at City University of New York, and an author, most recently of 'Shady Women: Three Short Plays'. Elizabeth uses the plays to discuss some of the events of this past year including the Me 2 movement, and the various ways women have been encouraged to find their voice, to address the issues that have impacted them/us over time. www.elizabethprimamore.com
00:29:21 12/30/2018
Eileen Heisman is President and CEO of National Philanthropic Trust, and a recognized expert on charitable giving. Eileen has a few tips about this for us--to include taking the $$ we earmark for charity, and donating a larger sum to fewer organizations. Eileen shares about work life balance and finding the work that brings us fulfillment. www.nptrust.org
00:32:24 12/23/2018
Rabbi Sara Berman is a broad certified Chaplain, a certified instructor in Mental Health First Aid, and is now manager of spiritaul care at Providence Tarzana Medical Center. Rabbi Sara is also a writer and share insights from her new book-- From Sorrow to Strength: My Journey with Depression. One in Five of us is affected. Rabbi Sara's book is a wonderful gift that helps us to embrace compassion, and be both a support and advocate for more attention and better treatment for mental illness. www.rabbisaraberman.com
00:31:11 12/16/2018
Kate Atherley is a talented and creative woman. Her hobby--knitting, has become her work, and it seems like great fun. Kate comes from a Mathematics and Software background, and combining all these things seems quite creative in itself. Kate's story about her life path which included working for Microsoft, and has evolved to transferring the math knowledge to her love of knitting. She relates the results in her latest book: The Knitter's Dictionary--Knitting Know-How from A to Z. Knitting is and continues to grow as a hobby for many people. The book is a great gift idea for any level of knitter. Kate will be at Seattle Yarn in West Seattle through the weekend.
00:31:15 12/9/2018
Gina La Roche Co author of " The 7 laws of Enough: Cultivating a Life of Sustainable Abundance". Gina and her coauthor, Jen Cohen, guide us though 7 principles, including "I am enough", to "I belong" and "Joy is Available". This is sage direction is a world that clamors for more and more stuff. The book is presented as a workbook that we can use as a journal. When we find that we truly have all we need for our personal life, we have the potential to live in harmony in the planet, with all life. Gina offers 3 questions we might use at a dinner table during the holiday period, that can be supportive and encouraging: 1. what are a few highlights of the past year. 2. what are the lessons learned. 3. what are your hopes and dreams for the coming year. www.sevenstonesleadership.com
00:30:54 12/2/2018
Figgy Pudding Caroling Competition invitation! Jeannie Falls and Zoe Freeman, 2 of the leaders at the Pike Market Senior Center inform us of some of the services offered to Seniors--such as wellness support, daily lunches, the food bank. Figgy Pudding is a major fund raiser that supports the services, and in offering them build a community where the people involved feel needed, and want to do their part in giving back. And Figgy is a time of festivity and fun in the city, with WARM very actively involved. www.pikemarketseniorcenter.org/figgy-pudding
00:31:42 11/25/2018
It's about the Jingle Bell Run 2018! This major event, the largest Jingle Bell Run in the country, is critical in raising important funds for the work of the Arthritis Foundation. The amazing, Medical Honoree Dr. Laura Matsen Ko, started her involvement at age 8! Her orthopedic surgeon dad inspired her to follow in his footsteps, and now she performs hip and knee replacements, as well as working with persons living with arthritis to be able to live their best life. Adult Honoree, Laura Genovees was diagnosed at age 27, and now finds her mission to be advocacy and education, to help others who are living with this condition--that affects 1 in 5 people, not discriminating by age, or economics, or ethnicity. And Ashley Moise (mo-ease) is the Development Director for the local office of the Arthritis Foundation. She adds to the invite to join in--Sunday, December 9, Westlake Park--get those jingle bells ringing. This year a 12K has been added...but there's something for everyone! And donate even if we can't be there. www.jbr.org/seattle
00:30:40 11/18/2018
Supporting the important life saving, life-giving work of the March of Dimes. A new mom, Everly Babineaux shares her quite new experience of baby Jace entering the world at 25 weeks--truly a miracle. Not too many years ago, little Jace would not have stood a chance of being here. But all the research and education instigated by and largely supported by March of Dimes (our donations) has and continues to evolve and make it possible for these little premies to get a good start in life. But the March of Dimes is also looking and education and Prevention, how to have moms carry their babies to term. Kristen Johnson, a certified nurse midwife speaks to this, the work being done to create community among young women, who are often far from familty, to have the support, and receive education for a healthy pregnancy. Support for the March of Dimes impacts each of us. www.marchofdimes.org
00:31:28 11/11/2018
Susanna Liller is an organizational development consultant and executive coach, and now also an author. Susanna's new book: You Are a Heroine: A Retelling of the Hero's Journey, captures Susanna's personal and professional life, her work facilitating workshops and retreats for women. It's a guidebook, and is perfect to use with a journal, and to consider reading and working through it with a group of friends. Not too soon to be thinking of special holiday gifts! www.susannaliller.com
00:30:50 11/4/2018

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