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TWE PODCAST: Catherine Anaya Talks Self-Confident Kids with Karen Shell and Money Protection with Catherine Scrivano

Catherine Anaya, Karen Shell,and Catherine Scrivano

Catherine Anaya, Karen Shell,and Catherine Scrivano

By Catherine Anaya/October 9, 2019

Don’t miss a BRAND NEW episode of The Women’s Eye podcast with Catherine Anaya as I talk with Karen Shell. She is the founder and executive director of Kids in Focus, a nonprofit organization that gives at-risk youth a camera, a mentor and new lens on life with skills that foster self-confidence and empowerment.

Karen started mentoring at-risk children in the early 1990’s. For 20 years, she worked with kids and their families in various volunteer and mentoring roles. Her passion stemmed from her own childhood experiences that were similar to the children she served.

Karen Shell with Kids in Focus/Photo: Scott Hays

Karen Shell with Kids in Focus/Photo: Scott Hays

I talk with Karen about the difference she noticed in the children she worked with and how she believes her whole life has been about preparing her to create Kids in Focus.

Karen at Kids in Focus photo event/Phoenix

Plus, Karen will share how Kids in Focus is poised for explosive growth and how you can help.

Also in this episode, you’ll meet a regular contributor to The Women’s Eye podcast, Catherine Scrivano.

Catherine Scrivano and host Catherine

Catherine Scrivano and host Catherine

Catherine is President of CASCO Financial Group in Phoenix, Arizona. She founded her business to help people create the financial strength necessary for achieving their dreams and Building Money Power.

In this episode she talks about the importance of having a personal document locator (below) and why it should be shared with loved ones who may need to settle your affairs someday.

Personal Document Locator from Catherine Scrivano

Plus, Catherine and her CASCO Financial Group is kindly providing that document to you, for free! Thanks, Catherine!

Click HERE to download it now.

For more information about Karen and Kids in Focus, check out:

Website: http://kidsinfocus.org
Instagram: @kidsinfocus
Facebook: @KidsNFocus
Twitter: @kidsinfocusphx

Kayden,  Kids in Focus | Karen Shell

Kayden,  Kids in Focus

Michelle, Kids in Focus | Karen Shell

Michelle, Kids in Focus

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TWE RADIO: CNN International Anchor Natalie Allen On the State of Journalism and Inspiring Women

The Women’s Eye Radio host Stacey Gualandi talks with Natalie Allen, the award-winning broadcast journalist for CNN International on the state of journalism and inspiring women.

TWE RADIO: CNN International Anchor Natalie Allen On the State of Journalism and Inspiring Women

Natalie Allen, a CNN International Anchor discusses living out her dream job reporting many of the world’s biggest news and environmental stories as an anchor for CNN, MSNBC, and The Weather Channel.

CNN International Anchor Natalie Allen/Photo: Elaine's selfie

Natalie Allen, CNN International Anchor

Stacey Gualandi, TWE Radio host with guest Natalie Allen, a CNN International Anchor/Photo: Selfie

Stacey Gualandi, TWE Radio Host

By Stacey Gualandi, August 24, 2018

Don’t miss a BRAND NEW episode of The Women’s Eye Radio with host Stacey Gualandi and my guest, Natalie Allen, the award-winning broadcast journalist for CNN International and host of the 12th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference on August 27th in Las Vegas, Nevada.

For over 25 years, Allen has been living out her dream job, reporting many of the world’s biggest news and environmental stories as an anchor for CNN, MSNBC, and The Weather Channel.

Natalie Allen at Women's Leadership Conference, Las Vegas/Photo Courtesy WLC | The Women's Eye Magazine and Radio ShowWhile she says she never intended to be on television, it was her perseverance and love of storytelling that kept her on the beat. She jokes, “On my deathbed, I’m going to say I just didn’t learn enough.”

As someone who has watched CNN since day one, I have always admired Allen’s career. She admits this is a difficult time to be in the media business with many journalists feeling “beat up,” but she explains how networks are keeping their integrity in check and conveying that through their reporting.

After shooting, writing, and producing a 3-part series of her own on child trafficking in 2011, Allen says what now “feeds her soul” is getting out in the real world with real people and doing stories herself.

Women's Leadership Conference Logo/Photo Courtesy WLC | The Women's Eye Magazine and Radio Show

What also feeds her soul is the opportunity to inspire other women. This year marks Allen’s fifth time as host for the Women’s Leadership Conference. It’s a chance to address a momentous year for women’s issues like #MeToo, pay equity and how to help women move ahead.

Be sure to tune as Allen gives advice to “Natalie wannabes,” describes overcoming insecurity and emphasizes the importance of a good eyeliner.

Stacy Escalante, pr for WLCLV, Natalie Allen CNNi, Stacey Gualandi, The Women's Eye/Photo Courtesy Stacey Gualandi

Stacey Escalante, Natalie Allen, Stacey Gualandi–The Women’s Leadership Conference/2018

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