Hailey Scheinman, co-founder of Livy’s Hope and President/CEO of the Epilepsy Foundation’s Kids Crew, joins the podcast to share her inspiring life story, her twin sister Livy’s story and what it was like growing up with a sibling with epilepsy and other health concerns, she talks about Livy’s Hope, Lemonade for Livy, and her work with the Epilepsy Foundation, her episode of Marvel’s Hero Project on Disney+, and so much more! You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast!
Lacey Buchanan is a wife, mother, attorney, and superwoman – who’s video of she and her son, Christian, went viral and started a revolution of kindness, hope, and love. Lacey joins the podcast to share her inspiring life story, her journey through motherhood, as well as the story of her son, Christian, who was born with a rare form of cleft lip and palate, as well as cleft eyes, which left him completely blind. Lacey talks about the viral video, the community they brought together, and so much more!
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!
Elena Pauly and Brooke Pagé, founders of WAGS of SCI – Wives and Girlfriends of (Partners Who Sustained) Spinal Cord Injuries, join the 1 Girl Revolution to share their stories, their own personal journeys with their partner’s spinal cord injuries, how they became friends, and how WAGS of SCI came to be. Elena and Brooke talk about the incredible work they’re doing with WAGS of SCI, the amazing community WAGS of SCI has created, and so much more! You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode!
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