Najah Bazzy is a Transcultural Clinical Nurse Specialist and founder of Zaman International. Zaman International serves the basic needs and empowers marginalized women and children through relief and development programs. Zaman International collects and distributes food, clothing, and housewares to women and children in need, they provide job skills training and literacy instruction, and they have partnered with hundreds of organizations on a range of initiatives and funded overseas relief projects bringing safe water and humanitarian relief to hundreds of thousands of people.
Ms. Kathryn Hall-Trujillo joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her incredible life story, her passion for helping women and building a network of support for women, and how she founded The Birthing Project USA and SisterFriends, and more about the great work that these organizations do.
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!
Susan Ramirez, founder of Austin Angels – an organization that walks alongside children in the foster care system, as well as their caretakers – joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her story, the story of how Austin Angels came to be and the beautiful work that they do, and so much more.
Laura co-founded Decoding Dyslexia Maryland after her daughter was diagnosed with dyslexia. Laura joins the 1GR podcast to share her own personal journey with dyslexia, her daughter’s dyslexia and how she advocated for her, and now how she’s helping other parents and individuals educate the public and advocate for people with dyslexia.