Episode 109: Amy: Empowering Women Through Graffiti Art, Jewelry, and Community

Amy Peterson, Co-founder of Rebel Nell, Teach Empower Achieve (T.E.A.), and The Congregation

Amy Peterson, the co-founder of Rebel Nell, Teach Empower Achieve (T.E.A.), and The Congregation, joins the 1 Girl Revolution Podcast to share her inspiring life story, she talks about how she went from working in sports to starting numerous social enterprises, and she talks about all of the incredible work she does through Rebel Nell, T.E.A., The Congregation, and more.

Amy is an incredible woman, who does so much to empower others, elevate women’s voices, their stories, and their lives, and Amy and those around her are transforming the world every single day. Amy joins the 1 Girl Revolution Podcast to talk about how Rebel Nell came to be and more about their incredible work, what T.E.A. is and how other businesses can work with them to empower women, how she decided to open The Congregation and the community that it has created, and so much more. 

You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode. You will love Amy and everything she’s involved in.

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Episode 216: St. Francis Ministries and St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf in Uganda – Rannah

This week on The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast we welcome our friend Rannah to the show, founder of St. Francis Ministries + the St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf in Uganda. You may be familiar with Rannah and her work because we’ve covered her through the years, but this is a powerful, inspiring, and in-depth look into how Rannah decided to go to Uganda and how St. Francis Ministries and the St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf in Uganda came to be. 

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