Angela Patton, founder of Camp Diva and CEO of Girls for a Change, joins the podcast this week to talk about her life and the incredible work she’s doing to empower young black girls. Camp Diva provides girls with fun activities, cooking, dancing, and important social skills that develop the characteristics of strong women. And Girls for a Change empowers girls by inviting them to design, lead, fund and implement social change projects that tackle issues in their own neighborhoods and around the world.
Jennie Wilklow, founder of Hope for Anna and Harlequin Divas, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast this week to share her own life story, she talks about harlequin ichthyosis and her family’s own journey with it through her daughter Anna, how the Hope for Anna Facebook page started and what led her to start Harlequin Divas, what she’s doing to raise awareness and to help others with harlequin ichthyosis, and so much more. You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode!
Adrienne Gallagher is a wife, mother, entrepreneur, and she’s the founder of Doorstep Drop, a nomination style gift shop that is spreading joy and delivering FREE gift boxes to our healthcare heroes. When the covid-19 pandemic struck the U.S., Adrienne decided to launch a project called Doorstep Drop and to deliver boxes of gratitude, love, and treats to our healthcare heroes during this difficult time. Adrienne joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her story, how Doorstep Drop came to be, more about their incredible work, and so much more!
During this incredibly difficult time, it’s easy to focus on all of the darkness, pain and suffering going on around the world and within our own communities. But, amidst all of this, there are heroes. Look for the heroes, support the heroes, and be the heroes. Here are 15 Things You Can Do to Help Others During the Covid-19 Outbreak.
Shortly after Laura got married, she and her husband quit their jobs, sold their private practice in Denver, and moved to a Native American Reservation in Montana – where they lived as missionaries for two years.