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!
Deidre Pujols, wife to Los Angeles Angels First baseman Albert Pujols and mother to 5 children, is the co-founder of the Pujols Family Foundation, and founder of Strike Out Slavery, Open Gate International, and Open Gate Kitchen. Deidre is an incredible woman who is doing so much to make the world a better place everyday. Deidre joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her inspiring life story, her journey with Albert and her family, her incredible work, and so much more!
Brittany Schiavone is the founder of Brittany’s Baskets of Hope. Brittany’s Baskets of Hope is dedicated to bringing information, support, community, guidance, and hope to families welcoming babies with Down Syndrome into their lives. Brittany says, “I believe people with Down syndrome can do anything—really, really anything!” And she is proof of that. Brittany and her mama, Sue, join the 1GR podcast to share their story and to talk about Brittany’s Baskets of Hope.
Liz Plachta, co-founder of Ruby’s Rainbow – an organization that works to grant scholarships to adults with Down syndrome and helps them achieve their dreams of higher education while also spreading awareness about DS – joins the 1GR podcast to talk about her own life journey, how Ruby’s Rainbow came to be and the incredible work they do, Down syndrome around the world and World Down Syndrome Day, and so much more! You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode!
Carissa Carroll, founder of Jack’s Basket, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to talk about her life, motherhood, journey with a child who has Down Syndrome, and what she’s doing now to inform the medical community, support families, and celebrate the lives of babies with Down Syndrome.