Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne’s Pretzels, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her inspiring story of brokenness, loss, courage, confession, innovation, creativity, triumph, and love. Listen to this episode of the 1GR podcast to hear the story behind Auntie Anne’s pretzels and the story that empowered this woman and made her become the 1 Girl Revolution that she is today!
Amanda Riggan, founder of Hungry Heroes, an organization that feeds and supports our nation’s first-responders, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her life story, the story of one of her FedEx deliveries that went viral, her work with Hungry Heroes, and so much more.
Nancy co-founded Los Angeles Habilitation House (LAHH) in 2008 to help people with disabilities find happiness and purpose through work and in their communities. LAHH creates and maintains job opportunities for people with disabilities and helps them to develop, express, and apply their talents and maximize their contribution to the community.
Willa Johnson is a mother and grandmother who quit her job in 2011 to dedicate her life to feeding hungry children. Willa owns a catering business called The Soul Food Kitchen, which funds her work to feed hungry children during holiday breaks (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Spring Break, etc) and the summer months. Ms. Willa feeds hundreds of children every day, and over Thanksgiving break she fed over 450 children a day, and she expects the same numbers or more during the upcoming Spring Break.