Traci Ruble is a renowned therapist, speaker, and founder of Sidewalk Talk. A few years ago, Traci felt the weight of growing loneliness, violence, addiction, frustration, uncertainty, and inequality in our world, and she decided to create spaces of connection and belonging – on the sidewalks. Sidewalk Talk creates communities of listeners for greater belonging and physical and mental health. Traci joins the podcast to talk about her fascinating journey through life, Sidewalk Talk and their incredible work, mental health and other struggles in 2020, and so much more!
Erin Mitchell is the founder of Nation Unsevered, an Indigenous Ally Organization, and the Program Coordinator for House of the Moon, an Indigenous Women’s Empowerment and Self-Defense Training Program Responding to the “Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls” (MMIWG) Crisis in US and Canada. Erin joins the podcast to share her inspiring life story, how she became aware of the issues facing the Indigenous peoples, the crisis of “Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls” (MMIWG), how she became an Ally for Native Americans and how you can too, and so much more.
Mallory Brown is a worldwide traveler and adventurer, documentary filmmaker, and global humanitarian. She travels the world to tell real-life stories of human connection, with a goal to encourage others to embrace empathy and reignite their own desire to make a difference in the world. Mallory’s latest endeavor, “Walk A Mile,” is a global marathon for women’s empowerment. Mallory joins the podcast to share her incredible life journey, her experiences and stories, “Walk a Mile”, and so much more.
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!
In March 2020, Michelle Brenner was furloughed from her job (Covid-19). Michelle decided to use her $1200 stimulus check to buy ingredients and make lasagnas for anyone who wanted/needed one, including 1st responders, individuals and families in need, etc. To date, Michelle has given away over 1,500 lasagnas – and her “Lasagna Lady” legacy continues to grow. Michelle joins the podcast to share her life story, how the “Lasagna Lady” came to be, how she’s changing the world one lasagna at a time, and more!