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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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United States

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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!

Twitter:

@WNYT

Language:

English

Contact:

518-207-4715


Episodes

Lurissa Lawson

5/11/2021
She’s a master hair artist-creating work for film, print and videos. But, owning her talent didn’t come easy for Lurissa Lawson. Lurissa joins Elaine for a fascinating conversation on perseverance, risk taking and owning your gifts.

Duration:00:40:50

Liz Joy

5/4/2021
A real and raw discussion on the headlines in the news today and what’s fueling her perseverance as she makes another run for office.

Duration:00:57:30

Dr. Brenda Robinson

4/27/2021
“Would more African Americans get the COVID-19 vaccine if more of the those doing the vaccinations looked like them?’’ Join Elaine Houston and Dr. Brenda Robinson of the Black Nurses Coalition for a riveting conversation on the race disparities with the COVID-19 vaccines.

Duration:00:29:07

Beverly Yuen Thompson

4/20/2021
Are you a woman who hides her tattoo at work? More and more women are getting tattoos despite the stigma. Join me for an interesting conversation with a Beverly Yuen Thompson, a woman who wrote a book on women and tattoos.

Duration:00:31:05

Andrea Williams

4/13/2021
Andrea Williams is a transformational speaker who believes women can move from the caterpillar stage to the butterfly moment if they first start to love themselves now. That means love how they look, how much they weigh, and what they know. Join Elaine Houston for a stimulating discussion on loving the skin you’re in.

Duration:00:26:30

Mariana Riccio

4/6/2021
She’s only 15 but already has learned arguably the most valuable lesson in life. That lesson is on how helping others can enrich your own life. Elaine Houston sits down with the teen from Schalmont High School to talk about why it’s important to be of service to other people.

Duration:00:24:43

Dottie Pepper

3/30/2021
She’s had a stellar career as a professional golfer and went from golf to analyst. Elaine Houston sits down with Dottie Pepper and talks about Dottie’s mentor, her transition to analyst and whether women are refusing to accept the status quo.

Duration:00:30:20

Madison Mackey

3/23/2021
We’re talking girl-power! Madison Mackey, age 16, is raising money to keep girls in Africa in school.

Duration:00:16:07

Jammella Anderson

3/16/2021
Jammella Anderson believes food is a right not a necessity. So she started the Free Food Fridge during the heart of the pandemic, putting out large refrigerators throughout the Capital Region. Her work has come to the attention of the people of Time magazine. Elaine sat down with her to talk about how she’s changing people’s lives.

Duration:00:17:24

Carolyn McLaughlin

3/8/2021
My first guest is the Honorable Carolyn McLaughlin. She’s been in politics for 30 years. But she started out researching nuclear arms! So why did she go into politics, and why might this pandemic allow her to do some of the most important work in her political career on behalf of others?

Duration:00:18:45