Ashley Novoa, founder of the Chicago Period Project, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her life story, how the Chicago Period Project came to be, and more about their incredible work to empower women and combat period poverty around the country.
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.
Jenny DePaul and her family sat around their dining room table one night, discussing what they considered to be true …
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!
Shortly after Laura got married, she and her husband quit their jobs, sold their private practice in Denver, and moved to a Native American Reservation in Montana – where they lived as missionaries for two years.