Ashley Asti is a writer, yoga instructor, creator of an organic skincare line, an advocate, an entrepreneur, and a Board Member of the non-profit Brittany’s Baskets of Hope. Ashley’s mission in all of her work is to connect her students, readers, and all those who cross her path to the beauty of their souls. In this episode, Ashley shares her inspiring life story, her incredible work as an author, advocate, creator of an organic skincare line, and so much more. You don’t want to miss this beautiful episode!
Glam4Good’s founder Mary Alice Stephenson, who is also a renowned fashion and beauty expert, style commentator, humanitarian, joins the podcast to share her life story, her journey in the fashion industry, how Glam4Good came to be, she talks about their incredible work, and so much more. Glam4Good’s mission is simple – they give new clothing to those in need. You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode!
Melody Godfred is an author, a mama, and she’s the founder of Fred and Far, and an inspiring global self-love movement. Melody joins the podcast to share her incredible life story, from being born in Iran to moving to the U.S. to being the first in her family to go to college and law school, to leaving her law practice to chase her dreams, to founding a global self-love movement. You don’t want to miss this powerful episode!
June Tanoue, co-founder of the Zen Life and Meditation Center of Chicago, volunteered to teach mindfulness meditation to women at the Cook County Department of Corrections (CCDOC) in Chicago. June’s work has helped the women in CCDOC see their value and purpose, to recognize that they are not the sum of their mistakes, and has helped them realize they are good, beautiful, and powerful beings – that they have the power to make a positive change in their lives and in the world. June truly is a 1 Girl Revolution and she continues to transform women’s hearts and minds through the power of meditation.
Jada was addicted to drugs for many years, but finally went to rehab and got clean. She decided to go back to school and become an esthetician, because she had always loved makeup and beauty. Jada is the founder of the “Beauty from Ashes Project”, which provides beauty and spa services to women in recovery and survivors of addiction and human trafficking.