Founder and CEO Olivia June shares relatable stories behind the friend finding app Hey! VINA. Whether you've had close women friendships or are looking for them, this episode is for you! Olivia shares the funny and touching stories of the VINA's alongside her personal journey and reasons she is venturing to fill the women friendship gap!
Back to school? For some kids and parents, that can also mean back to mean girl culture, overwhelming social media pressures, and navigating a world that hasn't even been invented yet. Superintendent Debbie Jones talks with us about all of this, and how to provide children (and parents) with the tools they need for success.
Take some time for Tribe Tips with our own Loray Mosher as she sits down with three incredible women: Shelley Simpson, Myra Dallas, and Sharon DeLoach, to discuss the importance of building your tribe, taking credit for your work as a woman, and why it’s never too late to become what you might have been.
Josh Price shares stories of the strong women in his lineage. Hear about his grandmother becoming a first female Justice of the Peace, watching his mother handle an abusive boyfriend, and how his sister handled being told that women can’t be surgeons. (*Spoiler alert* she’s now a successful trauma surgeon.)
We talk with the incredible Dr. Tionna Jenkins about the conversations we’re not having surrounding our health, the adversity that led her to found PlateitHealthy, and the importance of self-care and the stigmas that surround it. A Public Health Expert, Plant-Based Nutrition Coach, Blogger & Influencer, she also shares how our tribes play a part in our overall wellness.
Welcome to Season 2 of Tribe Talk! We invite you to sit in on our reflections and conversation about our first year in podcasting. Who we liked, when we flopped, and what we want to do better. Laugh and love with us, and then tell us what YOU want to hear in Season 2!
Anne Shelley helps us navigate the importance of how we talk about sexual harassment & assault and how we can best support one another as the "me too" movement grows. Content Warning: This episode may contain triggering or sensitive material.
"Why doesn't she just leave?" Join us for an important conversation about domestic violence and the importance of our non-judgment. Sandy Wright, Founder of Brave Woman, and Tribe of Women Founder, Amy Robinson, candidly explore this question together while sharing their own stories and experiences with, and supporting, domestic violence and abuse survivors. Trigger Warning: Contains specific stories of abuse.
Dr. Marika Lindholm is the founder of Empowering Solo Moms Everywhere (ESME), a community of 50,000+ solo moms. Learn about how they are building tribes of women around the world, reducing stigmas and stereotypes, and walking the talk of women supporting women!