Episode 96: Abbey and Molly: American Ninja Warrior, Alopecia, and Carving Our Courage

Abbey and Molly Steffl

Abbey and Molly Steffl have been featured on “American Ninja Warrior” and are the founders of Carve Out Courage, which empowers kids across the country and encourages courage and resilience. Abbey and Molly join the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share their inspiring life stories, their journey with cleft lip and palates, alopecia, bullying, resilience, courage, “American Ninja Warrior”, and so much more. You don’t want to miss this powerful episode with this dynamic mother and daughter duo!

Episode 93: Hailey: Sister Love, Epilepsy Awareness, and Helping Others

Hailey Scheinman and her twin sister Olivia

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!

Episode 86: Lori: Inside-Out: Empowering Education Within Jail and Prison

Lori Pompa is a professor at Temple University, and she's the founder and Executive Director of the Inside-Out Center and Inside-Out programs around the world

Lori Pompa, a professor at Temple University, and founder and Executive Director of the Inside-Out Center and Inside-Out programs around the world, joins the podcast this week to share her inspiring story, her incredible organization and the Inside-Out educational program that brings together campus-based college students and incarcerated students for semester-long courses held in prisons, jails or other correctional facilities. 

Episode 82: Michelle: Changing the World, One Lasagna at a Time

Michelle Brenner-The Lasagna Lady

In March 2020, Michelle Brenner was furloughed from her job (Covid-19). Michelle decided to use her $1200 stimulus check to buy ingredients and make lasagnas for anyone who wanted/needed one, including 1st responders, individuals and families in need, etc. To date, Michelle has given away over 1,500 lasagnas – and her “Lasagna Lady” legacy continues to grow. Michelle joins the podcast to share her life story, how the “Lasagna Lady” came to be, how she’s changing the world one lasagna at a time, and more!

Episode 79: Brittany: Bringing Hope to the Families of Babies with Down Syndrome

Brittany Schiavone is the founder and Visionary-in-Chief of Brittany’s Baskets of Hope

Brittany Schiavone is the founder of Brittany’s Baskets of Hope. Brittany’s Baskets of Hope is dedicated to bringing information, support, community, guidance, and hope to families welcoming babies with Down Syndrome into their lives. Brittany says, “I believe people with Down syndrome can do anything—really, really anything!” And she is proof of that. Brittany and her mama, Sue, join the 1GR podcast to share their story and to talk about Brittany’s Baskets of Hope.

Episode 77: Katie’s Story: Living as a Suicide Loss Survivor and Creating a Community of Love, Advocacy, and Support for Others

Katie Hardy, Founder of Six Feet Over and Suck it! Suicide

Katie Hardy, the founder of Six Feet Over and Suck it! Suicide, suffered the loss of 8 friends and relatives to suicide, including her mother. Desiring to serve others who had suffered similar losses, Katie created Six Feet Over and Suck it! Suicide, in order to prevent suicide and to support those who had lost loved ones to suicide. Katie joins the 1GR podcast to share her life story, her personal experiences as a suicide loss survivor, and the story of how Suck It! Suicide and Six Feet Over were born, and more about the great work they do.

Episode 75: Angela’s Story: Empowering Young Black Girls To Change the World Through Education and Innovation

Angela Patton, Founder of Camp Diva and CEO of Girls for a Change

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.

Episode 74: Krista’s Story: Transforming The Lives of Women and Their Families, One Step at a Time

Krista Linden, Founder of Step-by-Step

Krista Linden – wife, mother of 7 daughters, and founder of Step-by-Step – joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast this week to share her story and to talk about the incredible work of Step-by-Step. Step-by-step strives to help every woman see her pregnancy as a catalyst for positive change and believes that at the heart of every family is a built-in, powerful force to fight against generational cycles of crime, poverty, and abuse, and a force to establish healthier individuals and families, and more vibrant communities. Step-by-Step is an innovative organization and social enterprise, and it is truly transforming the lives of so many.

Episode 66: Katie’s Story: Finding Meaning and Purpose, and Spreading Kindness Through Hair, Community, and Love

Katie Steller, Owner and Founder of Steller Hair Company

Katie Steller, owner and founder of Steller Hair Company, a values-driven hair salon in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Steller Connect, a creative community-centered event space; Steller Kindness Project, which spreads kindness through numerous community efforts; and The Red Chair Project, which provides haircuts to the homeless and to those in need, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her inspiring story, more about her incredible work, and how we can all find meaning and purpose, and how we can spread kindness and love throughout the world.