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TWE RADIO: Authors Sharlee Jeter and Dr. Sampson Davis On Unleashing “the Stuff” Within Us

TWE Radio host Stacey Gualandi talks to authors Sharlee Jeter and Dr. Sampson Davis about “The Stuff,” their first book collaboration.

TWE RADIO: Sharlee Jeter and Dr. Sampson Davis On Unleashing “the Stuff” Within Us

The STUFF–Unlock Your Power To Overcome Challenges, Soar and Succeed by Sharlee Jeter and Dr. Sampson Davis

Sharlee Jeter and Dr. Sampson Davis, authors of "The Stuff"/Photo: Sam Maller

Dr. Sampson Davis and Sharlee Jeter/Photo: Sam Maller

By Stacey Gualandi/July, 2018

Don’t miss a BRAND NEW episode of The Women’s Eye Radio with Stacey Gualandi! Authors Sharlee Jeter and Dr. Sampson Davis talk about their first collaboration, The STUFF–Unlock Your Power To Overcome Challenges, Soar and Succeed.

Sharlee Jeter is the President of the Turn 2 Foundation, a non-profit formed by her brother, Yankee baseball legend Derek Jeter, that helps young people turn away from drugs and turn toward healthy lifestyles. Dr. Sampson Davis is the New York Times bestselling author, philanthropist, speaker and ER physician. Together, they have created The STUFF Movement to help us discover the hidden strengths within.

“The stuff” is an inner fortitude, and both authors know of what they speak. They’ve lived it. Jeter was diagnosed with cancer at 21 while attending college. Instead of giving up, she stayed in school and got treatment.

Fifteen years later, she is surviving and thriving. And Dr. Davis grew up in a crime-ridden New Jersey city, and faced time behind bars, yet went on to become a successful doctor and internationally-known motivational speaker and the founder of The Three Doctors Foundation. Oprah even dubbed him “the premiere role model of the world!”

"The Stuff" by Sharlee jeter and Dr. Sampson Davis/Cover provided by Gallery BooksThis interview couldn’t have come at a better time for me as I’ve been tackling several difficult issues with my family, dog and health, seemingly all at once. Both Jeter and Dr. Davis certainly offer pathways to answers on how not to give in to life’s nasty curve balls.

In the STUFF, Jeter and Dr. Davis take readers through 11 elements (i.e. “push limits,” “choose to hope,” “forge a motivation statement”) that will highlight how to overcome any obstacle. The authors say finding the Stuff can be learned, but it can’t be hurried…all you have to do is turn it on.

To find out more about The STUFF and how to unleash it, join the movement at www.thestuffmovement.com

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TWE RADIO: Fashion Designer-Turned-Author Sigrid Olsen On Redesigning Her Life

Fashion Designer-Turned-Author Sigrid Olsen On Redesigning Her Life

My Life Redesigned: Embracing Change, Aging Gracefully, and Finding Magic in the Simple Things

Sigrid Olsen on her book My Life Redesigned: Embracing Change, Aging Gracefully, and Finding Magic in the Simple Things and her Inspiration Yoga Retreats

Sigrid Olsen, author My Life Redesigned/Photo: Courtesy Sigrid

Sigrid Olsen holding one of her creative designs

By Stacey Gualandi/June 29, 2018

Don’t miss a BRAND NEW interview with author Sigrid Olsen on The Women’s Eye Radio with Stacey Gualandi. Olsen talks about her one-time fashion empire, her Inspiration Yoga Retreats and her new memoir “My Life Redesigned: Embracing Change, Aging Gracefully, and Finding Magic in the Simple Things.”

Sigrid Olsen came to our attention thanks to Sue Podbielski, a TWE contributor, who had the opportunity to attend one of Olsen’s Inspiration Retreats recently in Tulum, Mexico. Podbielski says it was so life-changing, she wanted everyone to know about Sigrid!

Sigrid Olsen's book, My Life Redesigned/Photo Courtesy Sigrid OlsenOlsen is the nationally known woman behind the successful fashion design empire SIGRID OLSEN for nearly three decades. But after multiple life upheavals: the demise of her fashion line, a breast cancer diagnosis and the death of her husband, Olsen had to face midlife head-on. She wasn’t “forced into retirement,” says her good friend broadcaster Jane Pauley, but “forced into reinvention.”

Now, through her personal story, Olsen writes about reconnecting with a long dormant yoga practice and how she “lost herself in meditation until the layers of stress peeled away and she could breathe again.” Her book offers an 8-step happiness checklist, and “inspiration for anyone seeking to find … balance and beauty in the world.”

Sigrid Olsen, author My Life Redesigned, Embracing Change/Photo Courtesy Sigrid Olsen

To find out more about her book My Life Redesigned, her retreats and her new business Designs For Living, you can check out www.sigridolsen.com

Sigrid Olsen, author My Life Redesigned/Photo Courtesy Sigrid Olsen

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TWE RADIO: Ben’s Bells Founder Jeannette Maré Changes the World with Kindness and a Wind Chime

Jeannette Maré, Founder of Ben’s Bells.

Ben’s Bells, changing the world with kindness and a wind chime

Jeannette Maré, Founder of Ben’s Bells.

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Jeannette Maré, founder of Ben’s Bells

By Stacey Gualandi/May 17, 2018

Don’t miss a BRAND NEW interview on The Women’s Eye Radio as Stacey Gualandi catches up with Jeannette Maré, the founder of the Ben’s Bells Project in Tucson, Arizona.

In 2002, Jeannette’s Ben died suddenly before his third birthday. As a way to deal with her devastating grief, this teacher-by-trade began making clay wind chimes that contained bells and tiny messages of kindness. [Read More…]

TWE RADIO: Directors Betsy West and Julie Cohen On Their Groundbreaking Movie “RBG”

Betsy West and Julie Cohen, Directors of RBG/Photo: Myles Pettengill, Courtesy Magnolia Pictures

Filmmakers Betsy West and Julie Cohen/Photo: Myles Pettengill, Courtesy Magnolia Pictures

By Stacey Gualandi/May 10, 2018

Don’t miss A BRAND NEW interview on The Women’s Eye Radio  with Betsy West and Julie Cohen, the award-winning documentary filmmakers behind the Sundance Film Festival favorite “RBG.”

RBG Poster/Courtesy magnolia Pictures“RBG” stars U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the 85-year-old warrior of women’s rights, feminist icon and pop culture phenomenon now known affectionately as the “Notorious RBG.” 

Three years ago, West and Cohen decided to join forces –  along with a talented team of creative females – to bring Justice Ginsburg to the big screen.

Having each interviewed Justice Ginsburg for separate projects years ago, they believed that RBG was having her moment in 2015 and wanted to capture her rising popularity, especially with millennials.

Little did they know that while filming, this diminutive Bronx-born, opera-loving jurist with the big dissents, would become a symbol of gender equality rights.

“RBG” Trailer/Courtesy Magnolia Pictures

West and Cohen are successful journalists, network news producers and documentary filmmakers in their own right. And as a news junkie myself, I was already a big fan of their work at ABC, CBS and NBC, and documentaries like Makers and The Sturgeon Queens, so I was thrilled to talk with them for the first time.

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Both women share their journey documenting Justice Ginsburg’s groundbreaking legal rulings; her 56-year marriage; her dream of nine female Supreme Court justices (“Justice Ginsburg is highly optimistic…”); and her first reaction to Kate McKinnon’s Saturday Night Live RBG impersonation. Her exercise routine is remarkable, some 20 push-ups at a time and that’s just for openers.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s workout routine from “RBG”/Courtesy Magnolia Pictures

“RBG” is a love story, a her-story lesson, and, after seeing it three times, I believe it’s the only superhero movie that really matters at the summer box-office. Oh, and P.S., I predict one man will get involved with this film. His name is Oscar.

“RBG” is in theaters across the country now. To find out where, go to www.rbgmovie.com.

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Supreme Court Justices 1993/Courtesy Magnolia Pictures

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TWE RADIO: Author Laurie Burrows Grad On Grief, Widowhood and Recovering from Loss

Author Laurie Burrows Grad On Grief, Widowhood and Recovering from Tragic Loss

The Joke’s Over, You Can Come Back Now — How This Widow Plowed Through Grief and Survived

Author Laurie Burrows Grad On Grief, Widowhood and Recovering from Tragic Loss, talks to Stacey Gualandi about her new book “The Joke’s Over, You Can Come Back Now — How This Widow Plowed Through Grief and Survived”

Laurie Burrows Grad author and husband Peter/Photo: Courtesy Laurie Burrows Grad

Laurie Burrows Grad and Peter Grad at Night at Sardi’s fundraiser, 2005/Photo: Alex Berliner©Berliner Studio/BEImages

By Stacey Gualandi/May 2, 2018

We have a  BRAND NEW interview on The Women’s Eye Radio that you will not want to miss!

The Joke's Over, You Can Come Back Now: By Laurie Burrows GradFood writer and cookbook author Laurie Burrows Grad has written an emotional memoir, The Joke’s Over, You Can Come Back Now — How This Widow Plowed Through Grief and Survived,and candidly shares her heartbreaking journey from “normal” to “acceptably different” with honesty and her well-known sense of humor in tact.

Burrows Grad and Peter, her husband of 47 years, shared a tremendous bond; theirs was a true love story. “We called each other five times a day!” When Peter died suddenly in 2015, Burrows Grad was thrust into widowhood, the life she knew forever altered.

My parents were also soulmates who were married 47 years when my father died over 8 years ago. I wanted to read this book in order to better understand not only how Burrows Grad coped in the wake of her tragic loss, but also to help my mother accept the grief she still feels.

Inspired and encouraged to journal by Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg, who also lost her husband David unexpectedly, Burrows Grad wrote a blog for Huffington Post titled Demoted to Lunch in reference to a shift in her social status as a widow.

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Laurie and Peter on their wedding day/1968

The post went viral, which led to three years full of articles (earning her the new moniker “Grief Blogger”) and ultimately this book.

Burrows Grad said writing about the taboo topic of grief gave her an unexpected mission:

“Creating meaning from loss is my resurrection from the debris of my heartache.”

With The Joke’s Over… she provides the ultimate grief toolbox of tips, the “3 H’s: Honesty, Humor — and Chutzpah,” and even the daunting challenge of dating (as Laurie calls it, “dumpster diving!”)

And while she will never lose the connection to her dear husband, Burrows Grad devotes a chapter to You Know You’re Getting Better When

This is one of the definitive self-help guides on grief as “the great equalizer” for widows of any age and will be a great aid for anyone suffering a difficult loss.

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TWE RADIO: Mary Latham Turned Tragedy into a 50-State Trek to Find “More Good” Stories

Mary Latham is on the trip-of-a-lifetime as she travels to 50 states in America to find as many stories of human kindness that she can.

Road-tripper, photographer and future author Mary Latham!

Mary Latham, adventurer and founder "More Good" movement/Photo provided by Mary Latham

Mary Latham, founder of the “More Good” movement

By Stacey Gualandi/April 11, 2018
Photos Courtesy Mary Latham (@MaryLath)

Don’t miss a BRAND NEW interview on The Women’s Eye Radio as I track down road-tripper, photographer and future author Mary Latham!

Mary Latham is on the trip-of-a-lifetime as she travels to 50 states in America to find as many stories of human kindness that she can. I first heard about Mary’s mission after a Women’s Eye follower read about her in a local newspaper. Mary was in Pleasanton, CA, at the time – just one of many stops on a 19,000 mile journey that began in October 2016.

Mary Latham and mom Pat/Photo provided by Mary Latham

Mary and Pat, her mom

As someone who feels overwhelmed by all the negative news on a daily basis, I was fascinated to hear just how Mary tackled this challenge, and wondered, could she actually find enough positive stories of people paying it forward?

Listen up and you’ll hear about her remarkable trip and how she depends on the kindness of strangers.

Mary Latham, founder "More Good" movement/Photo: Selfie

Mary talks to Stacey from CA.

The idea was borne in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy in 2012. Mary was devastated by the horrible news, but it was her mother, Pat, who offered the perfect advice on coping: “There is always more good news out there; you just have to look for it.” Shortly after, her mother lost her battle with cancer.

That’s when Mary decided to create the “More Good” road trip to compile stories into a book that will be donated to hospital waiting rooms for people needing hope. And mostly, to honor her mother.

Now with 25 states to go, Mary continues driving in her mom’s old blue Subaru, staying with total strangers, and meeting fascinating people with touching tales to tell.

Mary shares what motivates her, why this undertaking is a difficult challenge, and how she learned “the most important work that we do is the work we do with our heart.”

To join her “More Good” movement, be a host, submit a story of human kindness or to find out where Mary is “on the map”, go to her moregood. today website!

Just a reminder that April 15 is Good Deeds Day! Their website indicates that 93 countries worldwide have taken part in it. Now that’s more good news!

Mary Latham and the men that fixed her car in California/Photo provided by Mary Latham

Mary with the men who repaired her car for free in CA

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TWE Radio: Foreign Correspondent Atia Abawi Humanizes Global Refugee Crisis in New Novel

Atia Abawi, journalist, author/Photo Provided by Atia Abawi | The Women's Eye Magazine and Radio Show

Foreign correspondent Atia Abawi in Helmand Province, Afghanistan
covering a burn of confiscated drugs

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Don’t miss a BRAND NEW interview on The Women’s Eye Radio as I chat with author and foreign network news correspondent Atia Abawi about her just released second Young Adult novel,  A Land of Permanent Goodbyes.

A mutual photojournalist friend introduced me to Atia. After reading her book I had quite an emotional reaction to the refugee experiences she describes. I wanted to talk with her to get a better understanding of a crisis that cannot be ignored.

Author Atia Abawi's bok, Land of Permanent Goodbyes provided by Atia to TWE | The Women's Eye Magazine and Radio ShowThis award-winning journalist is based in the Middle East and researched the global refugee crisis extensively to tell a timely story of one teenage boy and his family’s fight for survival in war-torn Syria.

It is a gut-wrenching tale that doesn’t shy away from the unspeakable violence, the “hunters” and the never-ending search for safety.

For Abawi, A Land of Permanent Goodbyes hits very close to home as she was born a refugee to Afghan parents in West Germany and raised in the U.S.

Her family’s decision to flee war in Afghanistan helped her to understand the plight of families who must try to outlive a tremendous loss.

With this book, Abawi hopes to create empathy and raise awareness of a crisis that is happening in real time. Abawi says many tears were shed writing this story, but she says it was a story that needed to be shared. Take a listen to her story!

To find out more about Atia: www.atiaabawi.com.

Atia Abawi, foreign correspondent, in Afghanistan/Photo provided by Atia Abawi | The Women's Eye Magazine and Radio Show

Atia traveling to a story with NATO forces in Afghanistan

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TWE RADIO: WomenStrong International Founder Dr. Susan Blaustein Launches Safe Cities for Women Campaign

Dr. Susan Blaustein, founder of Women Strong/Photo: Provided by Susan Blaustein

Dr. Susan Blaustein at WomenStrong site in Madurai, southern India

By Stacey Gualandi/March 5, 2018

Be sure to tune in to Stacey’s BRAND NEW interview on The Women’s Eye Radio – to coincide with Women’s History Month – with Dr. Susan Blaustein, the founder and Executive Director of WomenStrong International, an organization dedicated to eradicating urban poverty in Ghana, India, Haiti, Kenya and the United States.

logo for WomenStrong Internation, founded by Dr. Susan Blaustein

With a doctorate from the Yale School of Music, Dr. Blaustein was on track to be a music composer, but after working on a fellowship and traveling abroad, she began reporting on poverty and social injustice that she witnessed first-hand, “whether in the Philippines, Cambodia, Burma (Myanmar), or while watching an earlier generation of Rohingya Muslims pour in from Burma into already overwhelmed Bangladesh.”

dr. Susan Blaustein, founder of Women Strong with Project Director at their site is Kisumu, Kenya/Photo: Provided by Women Strong

Dr. Blaustein with WomenStrong project director in Kisumu, Kenya

This author-professsor-and former journalist saw a need to combat the hardships women and girls are facing around the globe. Through WomenStrong, Dr. Blaustein is providing the tools they need to survive and thrive. You’ll hear how she’s accomplished this on the podcast.

Now into its fourth year, the organization just launched a new anti-violence campaign “Cities for Women” in conjunction with International Women’s Day on March 8. Check out this very informative #CitiesforWomen infographic.

For Dr. Blaustein, WomenStrong is a labor or love and she is committed to make it her life’s work…what she calls “Women’s Work.”

Susan Blaustein founder of WomenStrong International at Dhan/Photo: Courtesy WomenStrong

Dr. Blaustein helping children at their Dhan site in India

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TWE Radio: Documentarian Sally Colon-Petree On Finding Purpose and Changing the World

Sally Colon-Petree, documentarian, " Women Like Us/Photo Courtesy Sally Colon-Petree

By Stacey Gualandi/Feb. 3, 2018

A BRAND NEW conversation on The Women’s Eye Radio with host Stacey Gualandi and Sally Colon-Petree, Dream On Productions founder and the director of Women Like Us. Three Journeys. One Mission. To Change the World.

Sally Colon-Petree poster for her documentary Women Like Us/Poster provided by SallyThe self-taught filmmaker has worn many hats – host, actress, singer, and producer – but now she has found her life’s mission: to shed light on what is happening to women around the world.

Her debut documentary, Women Like Us, is a labor of love that took the mother of two girls to Africa and all over the US. She filmed “unimaginable social injustices young women face,” including sex trafficking, female genital mutilation, teen suicide, poverty and bullying. The timing of the film couldn’t be more perfect in the current #MeToo/Times Up climate.

I met Colon-Petree late last year at a Las Vegas screening of Women Like Us I hosted with Deluxe Version Magazine. It was an opportunity to hear her personal journey and to learn what I – and all of us can do – to make a difference for women across the globe.  Now anyone can host these “Empowerment Forums” to promote the film and inspire a call to action.

Listen as Colon-Petree candidly talks to me about her mother’s inspiration; how she overcame trauma; how she “found herself” while filming; and why she went to shoot her next doc in post-Hurricane Maria Puerto Rico.

“I want people to be aware, not to live in fear,” says Colon-Petree.

To find out how you can host a screening, go to www.womenlikeusdocumentary.com.

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TWE RADIO: Inspirational Speaker Holly Dowling on Finding Clarity, Grace and Courage

Holly Dowling, author and inspirational speaker/Photo Courtesy Holly Dowling | The Women's Eye Magazine and Radio Show

Holly Dowling

By Stacey Gualandi/January 23,2018

A BRAND NEW interview with Holly Dowling, the author of Hollyisms. Let Your Light Shine! 50 Inspirations in 140 Characters or Less, on The Women’s Eye Radio with host Stacey Gualandi. This is the “Hollyism” that really spoke to me: “Life is not about work; rather your work should bring you life and brighten your life.”

Holly Dowling, inspirational speaker, author of Hollyisms, Let Your Light Shine | The Women's Eye Magazine & Radio ShowThis one-time cruise director is now an award-winning corporate keynote speaker and inspirational thought leader. (We’d like to add the Princess of Positivity!)

Through her motivational talks, Holly truly inspires and is “a walking testimony that it’s never too late to live your dreams and goals.”

During this interview, you will learn about Holly’s own personal challenges and breakthroughs (she says you can “be bitter or better”); her mantras for success (“Tell me no, watch me go!”); her three pillars of power; and why you should get rid of those New Year’s Resolutions!

To learn more, check out hollydowling.com. If Holly has her way, you’ll be chanting, “Wow is me, not whoa is me” in no time!

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Cardborigami Inventor Tina Hovsepian’s Unique Plan to End Homelessness

Tina Hovsepian – Inventor of Cardborigami: A Unique Solution to Ending Homelessness.

Tina Hovsepian – Inventor of Cardborigami: A Unique Solution to Ending Homelessness.

Tina Hovsepian – Inventor of Cardborigami: A Unique Solution to Ending Homelessness.

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Be sure to tune in to Stacey’s BRAND NEW interview for The Women’s Eye Radio with Tina Hovsepian (@TinaHovsepian), the inventor of Cardborigami, origami-inspired homeless shelters!

Seeing a need to combat the ever-present homeless problem in Los Angeles, this full-time architect created a solution: a collapsible, transportable cardboard shelter.

In just seven years, it’s the invention that keeps on giving. In addition to helping people get off the streets and back on their feet, Cardboragami shelters are now being used to help those impacted by natural disasters, most recently in Mexico following the devastating earthquake.

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Tina Hovsepian

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Tina Hovsepian in Cardborigami Shelter

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We first profiled Tina and Cardborigami for The Women’s Eye in 2015; now she is one of several women who are featured in the recently released 20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS as a proponent for change who is taking action around the world.

TWE BookKeep an eye on her because this young innovator is just getting started!

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Author Sukey Forbes Shares Her Story of Mid-Life Reinvention

Sukey Forbes – Author of The Angel in My Pocket: A Story of Love, Loss, and Life After Death.

Sukey Forbes – Author of The Angel in My Pocket: A Story of Love, Loss, and Life After Death.

Sukey Forbes – The Angel in My Pocket: A Story of Love, Loss, and Life After Death – Dealing with Grief

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A BRAND NEW interview with Sukey Forbes, author of “The Angel in My Pocket: A Story of Love, Loss and Life After Death,” on The Women’s Eye Radio with host Stacey Gualandi.

Sukey advocates for her special cause of helping people deal with the process of grief, and is among a group of women featured in the newly released “20 Women Changemakers: Taking Action Around the World” who are making a difference across the globe.

We first profiled Sukey here in 2014 following the release of her memoir, a candid and emotional journey of a mother’s grief following the sudden death of her 6-year-old daughter Charlotte.

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“The Angel in My Pocket: A Story of Love, Loss, and Life After Death”

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Sukey Forbes,
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Now Sukey is recapturing the joy of life with two new writing projects on mid-life reinvention. She tries to answer the question: “What does one do when they gaze into the second act of their life and want to make it a true adventure for learning, expanding, and loving?”

You’ll be surprised to hear what Sukey is doing now for her second act.

Listen to Sukey Forbes’ Interview and more TWE Interviews from The Women’s Eye Radio Show on iTunes.

Doniece Sandoval, Founder of Lava Mae Leads a Mobile Hygiene Revolution for the Homeless

Doniece Sandoval – Founder of Lava Mae.

Doniece Sandoval – Founder of Lava Mae.

Doniece Sandoval – Lava Mae – Bringing Showers to the Homeless

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A BRAND NEW conversation on The Women’s Eye Radio with host Stacey Gualandi and Doniece Sandoval, founder of Lava Mae, which brings showers and dignity to the homeless.

We first profiled Doniece and her organization for The Women’s Eye in 2014; now she is one of several women who are featured in the newly released “20 Women Changemakers: Taking Action Around the World.”

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“Doniece Sandoval”

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Lava Mae Bus

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After observing an overwhelming number of homeless individuals in San Francisco who were stripped of their dignity without a simple daily shower, Doniece launched Lava Mae almost five years ago, by retrofitting buses into mobile showers. This “radical hospitality” has been transformative in improving services for those less fortunate and changing the face of homelessness in San Francisco.

Her approach to solving an overwhelming problem is catching on in a big way across the country. Lava Mae has branched out to Los Angeles, now offers “Pop-Up Care Villages,” and shows others how to follow her lead with BUILDIT toolkits.

Doniece shares why she went a whole week without showering, who are the people Lava Mae serves, how we can all spread this service to other communities and what it feels like to be called a “superhero” by her daughter.

We are also thrilled to announce that on October 7th, Doniece will be included in a panel including Stacey, as well as author and moderator Laurie McAndish King, at  Book Passage in Corte Madera, CA, as part of the launch of “20 Women Changemakers: Taking Action Around the World.”

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NEW TWE Radio: Author Laurie McAndish King on “Your Crocodile Has Arrived: More Stories from a Curious Traveler”

Laurie McAndish King – Author of “Your Crocodile Has Arrived: More Stories from a Curious Traveler”.

Laurie McAndish King – Author of “Your Crocodile Has Arrived: More Stories from a Curious Traveler”.

“Your Crocodile Has Arrived: More Stories from a Curious Traveler”

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Stacey has a BRAND NEW interview for The Women’s Eye Radio with Laurie McAndish King, the award-winning author of the just released “Your Crocodile Has Arrived: More Stories from a Curious Traveler.”

Never one to pass up a challenge somewhere around the world, Laurie has been a little busy since last we profiled her three years ago with her debut, “Lost, Kidnapped, Eaten Alive: True Stories From a Curious Traveler.” Not only is she an accomplished author and essayist for numerous publications, Laurie has also contributed over a dozen stories for The Women’s Eye site.

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Laurie McAndish King

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“Your Crocodile Has Arrived”

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In her first book, she wrote about surviving an accidental marriage to a Maasai warrior in Kenya, coffee made from animal poop in Bali, and a kidnapping in Tunisia. Now she shares the inspiration for her newest memoir: meeting 20-foot earthworms in Australia.

You’ll hear more fascinating tales about “alien spaceship propulsion,” chocolate massages, saving orphaned elephants in Sri Lanka, and, of course, near-extinct giant earthworms.

Laurie gives advice on what to write about, why she hates traveling and what’s on her bucket list. And we’re excited that on October 7th (7pm) at Book Passage in Corte Madera, CA, Laurie will be moderating a panel including Stacey, as well as Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval, as part of the launch of “20 Women Changemakers: Taking Action Around the World.”

But don’t worry; she won’t be serving earthworms.

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NEW TWE Radio: Changemaker Maggie Doyne On Her Groundbreaking Nepali School

Maggie Doyne – Founder of BlinkNow in Surkhet, Nepali

Maggie Doyne – Founder of BlinkNow in Surkhet, Nepali

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Stacey just did a BRAND NEW interview for The Women’s Eye Radio with Maggie Doyne, founder of BlinkNow in Surkhet, Nepal and the 2015 CNN Hero of the Year.

We wanted to find out about Maggie’s new activities since we last chatted with her for our book 20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS about her groundbreaking children’s home and school in the Kopila Valley. Currently Maggie has 53 children and many more people in her extended family there.

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Maggie Doyne

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Maggie was in Los Angeles speaking at the Yellow Conference, a unique gathering for women who want to make an impact and work for something bigger than themselves.

And that Maggie did! Traveling to the poverty-stricken valleys of Nepal ten years ago at age 19, she saw a huge need for education, nutrition, shelter and love for the orphans living in this destitute area.

As she approaches the upcoming 10th anniversary of her non-profit BlinkNow in December, she talks to Stacey about what BlinkNow has accomplished, how they keep growing and expanding and the exciting adventures ahead for them.

Her personal news surprised us! You’ll find out all about it when you hear her talk about her life as “chief executive mom” and new book and documentary.

As Maggie says, “In the blink of an eye, we can all make a difference.” Enjoy this chat. She has terrific advice on how you, too, can make a difference.

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New TWE Radio: Bestselling Author Jane Heller On Her Caregiver’s Survival Guide

Jane Heller – New York Times Bestselling Author

Jane Heller – New York Times Bestselling Author

Jane Heller – New York Times Bestselling Author

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Don’t miss the BRAND NEW talk on The Women’s Eye Radio as Stacey Gualandi chats with New York Times bestsellng author Jane Heller about her invaluable book on caregiving,  You’d Better Not Die or I’ll Kill You–A Caregiver’s Survival Guide to Keeping You in Good Health and Good Spirits.

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Jane Heller

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“You’d Better Not Die or I’ll Kill You”

Stacey catches up with Jane, one of our featured 20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS, to give us an update on her caregiving journey and mission to help people who find themselves caring for a loved one and needing advice.

Jane decided to write this unique survival guide when she was faced with her chronically ill spouse’s ongoing medical condition and saw how little information was available.

She calls the ever-increasing need for support a “silver tsunami.” Her book continues to be a bible for people confronting the challenges, stresses and strain of caregiving for loved ones.

20 Women Changemakers Book | Jane Heller | The Women's Eye Magazine & Radio ShowWriting this book was a big departure for Jane, who is the author of 16 novels of romantic comedy including her most recent one Three Blonde Mice. She continues to lecture on healthcare and urges readers to feel free to contact her at janeheller.com if they need advice or have questions.

To read more about Jane, you can find her story in our book on Amazon.

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Brand New TWE Radio: Award-Winning Photographer Paola Gianturco

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Paola Gianturco – Wonder Girls: Changing Our World

Wonder Girls: Changing Our World

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NEW INTERVIEW WITH HOST STACEY GUALANDI!

Don’t miss the BRAND NEW interview on The Women’s Eye Radio as Stacey Gualandi chats with award-winning documentary-photographer Paola Gianturco about her newest book, Wonder Girls: Changing Our World.

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Paola Gianturco and Alex Sangster

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“Wonder Girls: Changing Our World”

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Paola talks about how she and her 11-year-old granddaughter Alex Sangster collaborated to highlight the work of fifteen girl-led nonprofit groups in thirteen countries. These girls, ages 10-18, are transforming the world in amazing ways with their imagination and courage.

Paola is one of our featured 20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS. She has been shining the light on the life-changing work of girls and women around the world through her books  In Her Hands, Women Who Light the Dark and Grandmother Power. 

Her latest book, Wonder Girls, (available for pre-sale) will be published on Oct. 10, 2017, the day before International Day of the Girl Child.

Her photographs will be exhibited from Sept. 1 to Nov. 30 at the World Affairs Council in San Francisco. Check them out if you are in the area. Thanks for listening!

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TWE Radio 109: Vivian Glyck & Lea Haben-Woodford

June 25, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Brand New Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya. Our guests are self-made entrepreneurs who are having an impact on the lives of people from Africa to Arizona.

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Vivian Glyck

Vivian Glyck, has helped thousands of women and girls in Uganda and Senegal through her Just Like My Child Foundation and talks about how you, too, can make a positive difference in the world.

 

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Lea Haben-Woodford

Joining her is Lea Haben-Woodford, the founder of SmartFem Media Group and the author of the new book “Lead Share Empower.” She discusses how people can bounce back from great adversity as she has and accomplish almost anything.

 

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TWE Radio 108: Judy Robles, Anthony Robles, and Becca Longo

June 18, 2017

Listen below to The Women’s Eye Radio Show podcasts with our host Catherine Anaya. We call our guests “Unstoppable Champions and Changemakers.”

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Judy Robles and Anthony Robles

Judy Robles raised one of these unstoppable athletes, her son Anthony, who was born with one leg and became a 3-time All-American wrestler. He is the author of “Unstoppable–From Underdog to Undefeated” and a motivational speaker. Both Judy and Anthony will talk about their special relationship and how to rise above adversity.

 

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Becca Longo

Joining her is Becca Longo, recent Arizona high school graduate, who is believed to be the first female in history to receive a college football scholarship at a Division II school. She’ll be talking about her special award and what’s ahead for her on the football field.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: June 11, 12 2017

June 11, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Encore Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Dr. Lisa Strohman

Dr. Lisa Strohman, the founder of the Technology Wellness Center, talks about the global addiction to technology and what we can do about it.

 

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Debbie Gaby

Debbie Gaby, co-founder of Sleep America and now philanthropist extraordinaire, discusses her new book, “In My Wildest Dreams“, about her journey to success.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: June 4, 5 2017

June 4, 2017

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Sister Adele O’Sullivan

Sister Adele O’Sullivan, founder Circle The City, talks about her unique medical center for the homeless in Phoenix.

 

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Michelle Steinke-Baumgard

Michelle Steinke-Baumgard, the creator of One Fit Widow and Live the List, discusses her journey back from grief, losing 70 pounds through exercise and how others can cope during difficult times.

 

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Encore TWE Podcasts: May 28, 29 2017

May 28, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the ENCORE Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests have made their mark as broadcasters and believe in giving back to the community.

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Danielle Williams

Danielle Williams, the co-host with Catherine of “Arizona Daily Mix,” a lifestyle talk show in Phoenix, talks about how she worked her way up in the radio and television business and how she strives to make a difference.

 

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Kim Covington

Joining her is Kim Covington, a news anchor and reporter for over 30 years, discusses her lifelong passion to give back and her calling to be a community advocate after she was seriously injured in a traffic accident and left her career in television.

 

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Encore TWE Podcasts: May 21, 22 2017

May 21, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Encore Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are inspirational and make it their mission to spread positivity.

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Renie Cavallari

Leadership expert Renie Cavallari, author of seven books including “Aspire to Shine,” will talk about how to put a stop to global whining and how to unleash the great potential in all of us.

 

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Kylie Hunts-in-Winter

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Kate T. Parker

Joining her is Kate T. Parker, author of the national bestseller “Strong is the New Pretty,” discusses her journey to photograph young girls 5-18 year old who are brave, fearless, joyful and more.

Kylie Hunts-in-Winter is in our studio to talk about making her mark in the world as a martial arts champion at age 14 and her many challenges and achievements.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: May 14, 15 2017

May 14, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Encore Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are dynamic crusaders for children.

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Trish McCarty

Innovative educator Trish McCarty, founder of the Starshine Academy, talks about her search for the perfect school for her kids and how she came up with the idea for “school in a box.”

 

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Dr. Kellie Warren

Joining her is Dr. Kellie Warren, the CEO of Florence Crittenton in Arizona,  discusses her dedication to empowering young girls at risk and to making sure that every girl matters.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: May 7, 8 2017

May 7, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the ENCORE Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Jill Kimmel

Stand-up comedian Jill Kimmel, sister of talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, talks about what it’s like to build a career in what’s been considered a male-dominated profession.

 

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Liz Vassey

Joining Jill is actress/writer Liz Vassey, whose new passion is making documentaries that matter. She discusses “The Human Race“, a new film she’s in the process of producing. Liz is out to prove that it’s never too late to start exercising whether you are 50 or 90, or to become a marathon runner!

 

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TWE Radio 107: Danielle Williams & Kim Covington

Update–August 11, 2017

Missed this program? Listen below to the podcasts from The Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya. Our guests have made their mark as broadcasters and believe in giving back to the community.

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Danielle Williams

Danielle Williams, the co-host with Catherine of “Arizona Daily Mix,” a lifestyle talk show in Phoenix, talks about how she worked her way up in the radio and television business and how she strives to make a difference.

 

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Kim Covington

Joining her is Kim Covington, a news anchor and reporter for over 30 years, discusses her lifelong passion to give back and her calling to be a community advocate after she was seriously injured in a traffic accident and left her career in television.

 

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TWE Radio 106: Renie Cavallari, Kylie Hunts-in-Winter, and Kate T. Parker

Aug. 19, 2017

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Renie Cavallari

Leadership expert Renie Cavallari, author of seven books including “Aspire to Shine,” will talk about how to put a stop to global whining and how to unleash the great potential in all of us.

 

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Kylie Hunts-in-Winter

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Kate T. Parker

Joining her is Kate T. Parker, author of the national bestseller “Strong is the New Pretty,” discusses her journey to photograph young girls 5-18 year old who are brave, fearless, joyful and more.

Kylie Hunts-in-Winter is in our studio to talk about making her mark in the world as a martial arts champion at age 14 and her many challenges and achievements.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: April 16, 17 2017

April 16, 2017

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Lindsay Wadleigh

Lindsay Wadleigh has been living with cystic fibrosis since she was a young girl. She’ll talk how she now runs marathons, teaches a spin class and how she battles her disease with great optimism and perseverance.

 

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Aleena Valdez

Aleena Valdez, who is a budding entrepreneur at age twelve. She runs her own business, Aleena’s LemonAid Stand, and donates a portion of sales to children with cancer. She’s creating the Girls for Progress Conference, and will discuss how this gathering will inspire young girls.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: April 9, 10 2017

April 9, 2017

TWE PODCASTS FEATURING LETITIA FRYE AND DENA PATTON

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Dena Patton is an award-winning transformational coach who will talk about “igniting change” in people, especially entrepreneurs.

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Letitia Frye, a motivational speaker, humanitarian and auctiontainer, who will discuss how to overcome traumatic situations and how to succeed no matter what obstacles you are experiencing.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: April 2, 3 2017

April 3, 2016

Missed our show? Listen below to the ENCORE SHOW of The Women’s Eye Radio with guest host Catherine Anaya! This program is all about fixing the world and making it a better place.

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Chrisie Funari

Joining Catherine is Chrisie Funari, the founder of the Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children, who will talk about how she is fighting to help families with children who have pediatric cancer in the memory of her daughter, Ava.

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Rosemary Ybarra-Hernandez

Also on the program, Rosemary Ybarra-Hernandez, whose goal is to stop the Latino drop-out rate with her Aguila Youth Leadership Institute. She will share the secrets to her success and how her organization has helped get Hispanic students into top colleges and universities across the country.

 

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Brand New TWE Podcasts: March 26, 27 2017

March 26, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Brand New Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are dynamic crusaders for children.

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Trish McCarty

Innovative educator Trish McCarty, founder of the Starshine Academy, talks about her search for the perfect school for her kids and how she came up with the idea for “school in a box.”

 

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Dr. Kellie Warren

Joining her is Dr. Kellie Warren, the CEO of Florence Crittenton in Arizona,  discusses her dedication to empowering young girls at risk and to making sure that every girl matters.

 

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Brand New TWE Podcasts: March 19, 20 2017

March 19, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Brand New Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Jill Kimmel

Stand-up comedian Jill Kimmel, sister of talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, talks about what it’s like to build a career in what’s been considered a male-dominated profession.

 

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Liz Vassey

Joining Jill is actress/writer Liz Vassey, whose new passion is making documentaries that matter. She discusses “The Human Race,” a new film she’s in the process of producing. Liz is out to prove that it’s never too late to start exercising whether you are 50 or 90, or to become a marathon runner!

 

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Encore TWE Podcasts: March 12, 13 2017

March 12, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Encore Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Nely Galan

Nely Galan, has written the book “Self-Made: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant, and Rich in Every Way” on that topic. Nely was the first Latina president of a U.S. television network, Telemundo.

 

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Kristin Arnold

Team-builder Kristin Arnold, an entrepreneur who is the award-winning author of several books including “From Boring to Bravo.” Kristin was one of the first female graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. She’ll discuss how to build strong, extraordinary teams.

 

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Encore TWE Podcasts: March 5, 6 2017

March 5, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Brand New Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Lauren Jenai

Lauren Jenai, who helped build CrossFit to the popular exercise regimen it is today, talks about Manifest, her new concept for people who have fallen through the “fitness cracks.”

 

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Tiffany Lee Gaston

Fitness personality Tiffany Lee Gaston who has her own wellness brand and book, “From Broken to Badass–Turning My Pain into Power.” She discusses her years of struggle dealing with abuse and body image to her life now as wife, mother, writer and motivational speaker.

 

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Encore TWE Podcasts: February 26, 27 2017

February 26, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the encore show of The Women’s Eye Radio with guest host Catherine Anaya! This program is all about fixing the world and making it a better place.

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Bogi Lateiner

Master mechanic Bogi Lateiner, founder of 180 Degrees Automotive, who broke stereotypes and opened her own business, a full service auto repair shop. She’ll talk about how she wants to empower others to reach their goals.

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Kathi Juntunen

Kathi Juntunen, co-founder of Chances for Children with her husband Craig, who went to Haiti a family of two and returned with a family of five including three adopted children. Find out how she’s changing the world and families through the foundation.

 

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Encore TWE Podcasts: February 19, 20 2017

February 20, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the encore show of The Women’s Eye Radio with guest host Catherine Anaya! Our special guests have transformed their lives and are helping others in amazing ways.

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Sunny Wight

Sunny Wight faced a stress-induced breakdown and survived through the practice of mindfulness. She’ll explain how and what her non-profit mindfulnessfirst.org does.

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Stacey Beck

Stacey Beck, founder of Pitch4Kidz, who rebuilt her life after the death of her Major League baseball player husband, Rod, from addiction. Her organization helps children living in families impacted by substance abuse.

 

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Brand New TWE Podcasts: February 12, 13 2017

February 12, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Brand New Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Nely Galan

Nely Galan, has written the book “Self-Made: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant, and Rich in Every Way” on that topic. Nely was the first Latina president of a U.S. television network, Telemundo.

 

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Kristin Arnold

Team-builder Kristin Arnold, an entrepreneur who is the award-winning author of several books including “From Boring to Bravo.” Kristin was one of the first female graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. She’ll discuss how to build strong, extraordinary teams.

 

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Brand New TWE Podcasts: February 5, 6 2017

February 6, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Brand New Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Lauren Jenai

Lauren Jenai, who helped build CrossFit to the popular exercise regimen it is today, talks about Manifest, her new concept for people who have fallen through the “fitness cracks.”

 

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Tiffany Lee Gaston

Fitness personality Tiffany Lee Gaston who has her own wellness brand and book, “From Broken to Badass–Turning My Pain into Power.” She discusses her years of struggle dealing with abuse and body image to her life now as wife, mother, writer and motivational speaker.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: January 29, 30 2017

January 29, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Encore Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Dr. Lisa Strohman

Dr. Lisa Strohman, the founder of the Technology Wellness Center, talks about the global addiction to technology and what we can do about it.

 

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Debbie Gaby

Debbie Gaby, co-founder of Sleep America and now philanthropist extraordinaire, discusses her new book, “In My Wildest Dreams“, about her journey to success.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: January 22, 23 2017

January 23, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Encore Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Sister Adele O’Sullivan

Sister Adele O’Sullivan, founder Circle The City, talks about her unique medical center for the homeless in Phoenix.

 

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Michelle Steinke-Baumgard

Michelle Steinke-Baumgard, the creator of One Fit Widow and Live the List, discusses her journey back from grief, losing 70 pounds through exercise and how others can cope during difficult times.

 

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ENCORE TWE Podcasts: January 15, 16 2017

January 15, 2017

Missed our show? Listen below to the Encore Women’s Eye Radio Show with Catherine Anaya airing this weekend. Our guests are taking action by shining a light on causes they believe in.

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Christina Tetreault
Photo Credit for Christina Tetreault: Morgan Mclane

Christina Tetreault, is a journalist and former Miss Maricopa County who co-founded the “Commit Campaign“–a unique movement created to erase the stigma associated with mental illness and to reduce the suicide rate.

 

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Lorraine Tallman

Joining her is Lorraine Tallman, the founder of Amanda’s Hope Rainbow Angels and the creator of Comfycozys for children with cancer going through chemotherapy.

 

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