Traci Ruble is a renowned therapist, speaker, and founder of Sidewalk Talk. A few years ago, Traci felt the weight of growing loneliness, violence, addiction, frustration, uncertainty, and inequality in our world, and she decided to create spaces of connection and belonging – on the sidewalks. Sidewalk Talk creates communities of listeners for greater belonging and physical and mental health. Traci joins the podcast to talk about her fascinating journey through life, Sidewalk Talk and their incredible work, mental health and other struggles in 2020, and so much more!
Mallory Brown is a worldwide traveler and adventurer, documentary filmmaker, and global humanitarian. She travels the world to tell real-life stories of human connection, with a goal to encourage others to embrace empathy and reignite their own desire to make a difference in the world. Mallory’s latest endeavor, “Walk A Mile,” is a global marathon for women’s empowerment. Mallory joins the podcast to share her incredible life journey, her experiences and stories, “Walk a Mile”, and so much more.
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.
Episode 78: Dana’s Story: Miscarriage, Adoption, A Miraculous NICU Baby, and Supporting Other NICU Families
Dana Griffin-Graves, co-founder of the Baby Buns 4 Life Network, joins the 1GR podcast this week to share her personal life story, the story of how she met her husband Arkell, the heartbreak they experienced from numerous miscarriages, their beautiful adoption story, and the incredible story of how she found out she was pregnant at 18-weeks, the viral “Baby Buns” video, and the miraculous story of her NICU baby, Kaleb. And she talks about Baby Buns 4 Life and the incredible work they do to support other NICU families.
Episode 77: Katie’s Story: Living as a Suicide Loss Survivor and Creating a Community of Love, Advocacy, and Support for Others
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 76: Rebecca’s Story: Trafficked into the Sex Industry, Persevering to Freedom, and Empowering Other Women
Rebecca Bender is a survivor of human trafficking, she’s a speaker, author, innovator, fighter, and she’s the founder and CEO of the Rebecca Bender Initiative (RBI) and Elevate Academy. Rebecca joins the 1GR podcast to share her life story, how she was trafficked for nearly 6 years, how she found freedom and her purpose, what she’s doing now to combat the human trafficking epidemic in our world – and what we can all do! Rebecca also talks about her memoir, “In Pursuit of Love” and so much more!
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, 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 67: Ruby Kate: Granting Three Wishes to The Elderly and Loving Those Who Are Often Forgotten
12-year-old Ruby Kate Chitsey is the founder of Three Wishes for Ruby’s Residents, an organization that grants three wishes to the elderly living in nursing homes, regularly visits them, sends them postcards, and so much more – and they encourage people around the world to do the same. Ruby Kate joins the 1GR podcast to share her story, to talk about her inspiring work, and so much more.
Episode 61: Treger’s Story: Furnishing The Homes of Those Transitioning Out of Homelessness and Loving Those Around Us
Treger Strasberg is the co-founder and CEO of Humble Design, an organization that furnishes the houses of individuals, families, and veterans across the country, who are transitioning out of homelessness into warm, welcoming, and uplifting homes with donated furniture and household goods.
Treger joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to talk about her life story, how Humble Design came to be and the incredible work they do, her family’s TV show “Welcome Home”, and so much more!
Episode 59: Molly’s Story: A Cancer Survivor Supporting Other Women Throughout Their Cancer Journey, So They Can Survive and Thrive
Molly MacDonald, a cancer survivor and founder of the Pink Fund, joins the 1GR podcast to share her empowering and inspiring life story and to talk about the incredible work she does with The Pink Fund. The Pink Fund provides 90-day non-medical cost-of-living expenses to breast cancer patients in active treatment, so they can focus on healing, raising their families, and returning to the workplace. Their work has decreased stress levels amongst those they’ve served and has allowed breast cancer patients in active treatment to focus on healing, which has greatly improved survivorship outcomes. You don’t want to miss this episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast.