Caitlin Crosby is an actress, singer, speaker, author, and she’s the founder of The Giving Keys. The Giving Keys is a social enterprise that hires people experiencing homelessness to make their beautiful, inspirational jewelry – and helps them transition out of homelessness. Caitlin joins the podcast to talk about her new book, “You Are the Key: Turning Imperfections into Purpose”, her life, The Giving Keys, finding your purpose, helping others, and her journey through life as a woman, a wife, a mother, and a CEO.
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!
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.
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!
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.