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This podcast is all about female empowerment and having those deeper conversations that reveal what truly makes us women who we are. So I want to know what you had to go through to become who you are. What are the lessons you learned from struggle or hard times? When do you know you are a success? It’s about going behind the scenes to talk about women and money. One million more women than men are out of a job because of the pandemic. Women and the family. Women living their dreams. What have you always wanted to do, and what is stopping you? It’s all about helping women be the best they can be!

This podcast is all about female empowerment and having those deeper conversations that reveal what truly makes us women who we are. So I want to know what you had to go through to become who you are. What are the lessons you learned from struggle or hard times? When do you know you are a success? It’s about going behind the scenes to talk about women and money. One million more women than men are out of a job because of the pandemic. Women and the family. Women living their dreams. What have you always wanted to do, and what is stopping you? It’s all about helping women be the best they can be!

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This podcast is all about female empowerment and having those deeper conversations that reveal what truly makes us women who we are. So I want to know what you had to go through to become who you are. What are the lessons you learned from struggle or hard times? When do you know you are a success? It’s about going behind the scenes to talk about women and money. One million more women than men are out of a job because of the pandemic. Women and the family. Women living their dreams. What have you always wanted to do, and what is stopping you? It’s all about helping women be the best they can be!

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Language:

English

Contact:

518-207-4715


Episodes

Kim Wallace

4/12/2022
Attorney Kimberley Wallace of Wallace Turner Law talks to Elaine Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Duration:00:19:10

Mental Health and Black Women

3/29/2022
Achea Redd talks to Elaine about Black women and mental health.

Duration:00:27:56

Chef Jen Peters

3/22/2022
Chef Jen Peters makes gluten-free flours and is hoping to help people who are gluten intolerant live a normal life.

Duration:00:17:02

Palliative Care

3/15/2022
Elaine talks to Dr. Ayesha Sooriabalan, an inpatient palliative care physician at Saratoga Hospital.

Duration:00:17:33

Kathleen Cameron

3/8/2022
Kathleen Cameron, the owner of Diamond Academy, talks to Elaine about body image.

Duration:00:22:07

Dr. Tiffanie Tate Moore

3/1/2022
Dr. Tiffanie Tate Moore grew up in Compton, California. She was the child of drug-addicted parents and was once shot in a drive-by shooting while going to a bible study meeting. She talks to Elaine about perseverance through life's hardships. NOTE: This episode discusses suicide. If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

Duration:00:21:31

Friendships

2/22/2022
Shari Leid is a lawyer, mindset coach, and the author of The Friendship Series. In this episode, she talks about when friendships end.

Duration:00:20:06

Deborah Farmer Kris

2/16/2022
You probably heard the phrase, “children should be seen and not heard.” But Elaine Houston’s guest disagrees with that. Author Deborah Farmer Kris says kids have emotions and as adults, we should always make room to allow kids to express themselves and adults should help them understand those emotions.

Duration:00:15:10

Deborah Cole

2/8/2022
Deborah Cole is an author and photographer who just put out a book about women called "SHE: (Believed She Could So She Did)."

Duration:00:18:09

Sister Sledge

2/1/2022
Debbie Sledge is one of the founding members Sister Sledge -- the group behind the iconic hit "We Are Family." She talks to Elaine about a new family affair. She's joining with the next generation of the Sledge family to form Sister Sledge ft. Sledendary.

Duration:00:20:38

Bonita Mitchell

1/25/2022
Elaine's guest is Bonita Mitchell -- an author, singer and entrepreneur -- who talks about “how faith can sustain you during the difficulties.”

Duration:00:20:28

Pamela Gail Johnson

1/11/2022
Pamela Gail Johnson is the founder of the Society of Happy People. She talks to Elaine about what happiness is and how to recognize more of it.

Duration:00:18:31

Megan Baxter

12/14/2021
Megan Baxter is a Vermont woman who wrote a book titled "Farm Girl: A Memoir" about being true to one’s self and never forgetting who you are and where you came from.

Duration:00:16:46

Amanda Hainline

11/30/2021
The color you're wearing can change your mood and emotions. Elaine talks to Amanda Hainline, the author of the new book "Feel Better in Five Minutes: An Empowering Guide to Gain Control Over Your Emotions."

Duration:00:17:09

Jameliah Gooden

11/23/2021
Jameliah Gooden is the author of "A Needle in a Haystack: How to Find Love in the Rubble." She talks to Elaine about how we are all dating wrong.

Duration:00:21:10

Sarah Lewis

11/16/2021
A local author has a new book coming out Nov. 17. It's called “The Change Agents: Whispers in the Wind” and the author is Elaine’s new podcast guest. Her name is Sarah Lewis and the book is about climate change, but she does it in a way that combines animals and humans saving the planet. As heavy as that topic can be, an even tougher topic that could have derailed the book is fear. Listen to what she has to say about that.

Duration:00:19:17

Thoin Begum

11/2/2021
Thoin Begum is a University at Albany PhD student who discovered that a group of chemicals found in plastics that hold personal care products like shampoo, lotions, and perfume have a negative impact on fertility and women getting pregnant.

Duration:00:19:43

Fern Schumer Chapman

10/25/2021
Her name is Fern Schumer Chapman. She is an author of a book on estranged siblings. We talked about why social media is a dangerous place for estranged siblings because they can see what is going on with the rest of the family and how they have been left out through pictures, posts etc.

Duration:00:18:00

Dorothy Horstkotte

10/19/2021
Dorothy Horstkotte is a volunteer for the Schenectady City Mission. She collects coats for those in need. Last year she collected 100-this year 457! Join Elaine as they discuss volunteerism and how anyone can be a volunteer.

Duration:00:11:39

Amber Bradbury

10/12/2021
Amber Bradbury is an author who wrote a book about the painful process of having elderly loved ones who pass on and her challenge of taking care of her father-in-law who is fighting Alzheimer’s.

Duration:00:20:09