Ms. Kathryn Hall-Trujillo joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her incredible life story, her passion for helping women and building a network of support for women, and how she founded The Birthing Project USA and SisterFriends, and more about the great work that these organizations do.
Actress, director, film maker, professor, human rights advocate, and creator and director of the documentary, “26 seconds”, Kelly Galindo, joins the #1GirlRevolution podcast to talk about her life, work, and the endemic issue of #humantrafficking in the US and abroad. Kelly shares the eye-opening experiences she has had through her work to cover the issue of human trafficking worldwide – and explains what we can all do to bring an end to this modern day slavery.
Rachael Denhollander was the first woman to come forward and speak out publicly against USA Olympics team doctor Larry Nassar. Rachael paved the way for over 500 other women to come forward and together they brought Nassar to justice. Rachael is an attorney, advocate, educator, and author of the new books “What is a Girl Worth?” and “How Much is a Little Girl Worth?” You don’t want to miss this incredible episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast!
Sherry McWilliam, co-founder of Eden Ridge Farm – a farm that donates almost all of the produce they grow to those in need, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast. Each year, the garden – which is literally in Sherry’s backyard – grows and donates thousands of pounds of fresh, organic produce to those in need, and after only a couple of years, the farm has donated over 10,000 pounds of fresh produce! Don’t miss this inspiring episode of the 1GR podcast!
Detective Kim Bogucki, co-founder of The If Project, joins the #1GirlRevolution podcast to talk about her life, work, and time in law enforcement, how the If Project came to be, more about the If Project’s incredible work, and so much more.
The If Project is an innovative partnership between law enforcement, currently and previously incarcerated adults, and community leaders to build commonality, reduce misperceptions, and serve as a deterrent to recidivism and future incarceration.