Back to school? For some kids and parents, that can also mean back to mean girl culture, overwhelming social media pressures, and navigating a world that hasn't even been invented yet. Superintendent Debbie Jones talks with us about all of this, and how to provide children (and parents) with the tools they need for success.
Take some time for Tribe Tips with our own Loray Mosher as she sits down with three incredible women: Shelley Simpson, Myra Dallas, and Sharon DeLoach, to discuss the importance of building your tribe, taking credit for your work as a woman, and why it’s never too late to become what you might have been.
Josh Price shares stories of the strong women in his lineage. Hear about his grandmother becoming a first female Justice of the Peace, watching his mother handle an abusive boyfriend, and how his sister handled being told that women can’t be surgeons. (*Spoiler alert* she’s now a successful trauma surgeon.)
We talk with the incredible Dr. Tionna Jenkins about the conversations we’re not having surrounding our health, the adversity that led her to found PlateitHealthy, and the importance of self-care and the stigmas that surround it. A Public Health Expert, Plant-Based Nutrition Coach, Blogger & Influencer, she also shares how our tribes play a part in our overall wellness.
Welcome to Season 2 of Tribe Talk! We invite you to sit in on our reflections and conversation about our first year in podcasting. Who we liked, when we flopped, and what we want to do better. Laugh and love with us, and then tell us what YOU want to hear in Season 2!
Join us for our first mini-episode of Tribe Stories! Hear the story of two friends who took a significant life challenge and created a lasting holiday tradition that brings community, comfort, and joy to all who give and receive, year after year.
Join us for our first mini-episode of Tribe Tips where Anne Shelley helps us navigate the importance of how we talk about sexual harassment & assault and how we can best support one another as the "me too" movement grows. Content Warning: This episode may contain triggering or sensitive material.
"Why doesn't she just leave?" Join us for an important conversation about domestic violence and the importance of our non-judgment. Sandy Wright, Founder of Brave Woman, and Tribe of Women Founder, Amy Robinson, candidly explore this question together while sharing their own stories and experiences with, and supporting, domestic violence survivors.
Join us for an inspiring interview with Dr. Marika Lindholm, founder of Empowering Solo Moms Everywhere (ESME), a community of 50,000+ solo moms. Learn about how they are building tribes of women around the world, reducing stigmas and stereotypes, and walking the walk of women supporting women!
In this episode we talk with Susan Shapiro, author of 13 books on women and relationships, about what women feel and how they get what they need from relationships. We also get some great self love Tribe Tips from Transformational Coach Laurie Benson.
In this interview we talk with filmmaker, Erin Bagwell, about her new documentary about women entrepreneurs, "Dream, Girl." We also had the pleasure of visiting again with the Song Suffragettes and collecting more stories from them while they were in town for the Bentonville Film Festival!
What is "fierce"? Fierce is real. In this interview we talk with best-selling author, Susan Scott about how to be a "fierce" individual and the importance of conversation within our tribes. We also hear some Tribe Tips from Martha Germann of Mindful Institute Inc. on how to go beyond survival and thrive.
In this episode we reach across the world to India to talk with app founder, Able Joseph about Heel the World- an app for women who want to "join the tribe of fabulous women who support, inspire, and empower." We also hear from veteran and women's rights activist, Steve Cifelli, and his Tribe Stories.
Listen in for our interview with the lovely ladies of the Song Suffragettes, a group of young singer/songwriters in Nashville. We'll also introduce our "Tribe Stories" segment and get to hear clips of stories gathered from Laurie's trip to the Women's March on Washington.
Welcome to our new episode format where we feature a guest interview and introduce a new segment! In this episode, we talk with Karenann Terrell. Karenann has first-hand experience with the impact of women supporting women in her career that includes roles as CIO of Wal-Mart and Baxter International. Sharing stories and personal experiences, she relates how easy falling into "mean girl culture" can be and what it looks like to call it out. She also talks about shoulders - those she's been...
In part 2 of the Tribe of Women “origin story,” founder Amy Robinson and Laurie Marshal discuss the winding road of starting a movement, how the merging of “my tribe, your tribe, and the tribe” makes us stronger, and the evolution of a Tribe Talk conversation. We cover the fundamentals of the “3 Pillars of Tribe”, what we mean when we say we are addressing “Mean Girl Culture” and why “More Good Men” are part of a movement about women supporting women. We share where Tribe of Women is now...
Founder Amy Robinson tells part one of the origin story of Tribe of Women- how she was inspired to take a stand against the acceptance of "mean girl" culture and imagine a world where all women support each other.