Founder of 1 Girl Revolution, Kate Bryan, hosts this special episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast, celebrating the first year of 1 Girl Revolution. Kate talks about the past year, the women we’ve had the honor of meeting and interviewing, what she’s learned, how the platform has evolved, and she shares some teasers for what is to come in 2020, and more.
Ali Hord has a powerful story of overcoming alcoholism and trauma – and how the power of breathing helped her heal. Ali now works as a Breathwork instructor and now helps others overcome addiction, trauma, difficulties, struggles, and so much more. Watch this interview to learn more about Ali’s story and her work.,, and check out her interview and mini-breathworks session on the 1 Girl Revolution podcast.
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.
Jada was addicted to drugs for many years, but finally went to rehab and got clean. She decided to go back to school and become an esthetician, because she had always loved makeup and beauty. Jada is the founder of the “Beauty from Ashes Project”, which provides beauty and spa services to women in recovery and survivors of addiction and human trafficking.
Lily Hake is the creator of The Lilypad Project, which makes coloring books and delivers the coloring books and crayons to kids in hospitals. Lily is 5-years-old and started the Lilypad Project to make sure that every kid in the hospital felt loved and had something to do.