Kristy Schena, founder of Kids on the Go, joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her life story, how …
McKenzie Gallagher is the co-owner of Rove Estate Vineyard and Winery, she is a wife and mother of 4 children, she’s a cancer survivor, and she’s the founder of H.O.P.E. – Helping Other People Everyday. McKenzie joins the 1GR podcast to share her powerful story, she shares how she was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer – Triple Negative Breast Cancer – and the intense treatment she endured, and how she rose above it all, and how she founded H.O.P.E. to help people in need everywhere.
6-year-old Lily Hake, founder of The Lilypad Project and the little queen from Michigan doing so many incredible things to help others, joins the podcast to talk about The Lilypad Project – which creates and distributes coloring books to children in hospitals, all of the acts of kindness she does including giving out hugs, paying compliments to strangers, helping people in need, cheering up the elderly, raising money to make sure that other kids are able to afford to eat lunch at school, and so much more. Her amazing mama, Amy, also joins us for part of this episode. Don’t miss this special and inspiring episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast!
Rachael Denhollander was the first woman to come forward and speak out publicly against USA Olympics team doctor Larry Nassar. Rachael paved the way for over 500 other women to come forward and together they brought Nassar to justice. Rachael is an attorney, advocate, educator, and author of the new books “What is a Girl Worth?” and “How Much is a Little Girl Worth?” You don’t want to miss this incredible episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast!
Detroit Prosecutor Kym Worthy found out that over 11,000 rape kits in the City of Detroit hadn’t been tested, callously put aside, unacknowledged, and un-prosecuted. Prosecutor Worthy fought for justice for these victims, tested over 11K rape kits, and brought hundreds of perpetrators to justice. And her fight for justice for rape victims continues in Detroit and nationwide.