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!
Ashley Asti is a writer, yoga instructor, creator of an organic skincare line, an advocate, an entrepreneur, and a Board Member of the non-profit Brittany’s Baskets of Hope. Ashley’s mission in all of her work is to connect her students, readers, and all those who cross her path to the beauty of their souls. In this episode, Ashley shares her inspiring life story, her incredible work as an author, advocate, creator of an organic skincare line, and so much more. You don’t want to miss this beautiful episode!
Dayle Haddon – model, actress, and founder of Women One, an organization striving to build a world where every woman and girl has access to a quality education – joins the 1GR podcast to share her own life journey, wisdom she’s learned throughout her incredible life, how she founded Women One, she talks about the incredible work they’re doing to educate women and girls around the world, and so much more.
Jess Ekstrom founded “Headbands of Hope”, a headband company that donates a headband to a child battling cancer for every headband bought, when she was in college. Headbands of Hope has continued to grow and evolve throughout the years, and has donated over 400,000 headbands to date. Jess is also a speaker, mentor, and author of the new book, “Chasing the Brightside.” Listen to this great and beautifully bright episode of 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.