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Dear Sonali Letters To A Daughter I Never Had – At the Well Woman Show this month we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women in recognition of International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month. Intentional or unconscious bias makes it difficult for women to move forward. It is not enough to know that bias exists. Action is needed to level the playing field. Today I’m interviewing Jaime Gloshay, Co-Director of Native Women Lead, where she leads key capital expansion, fundraising and advocacy efforts while leading program development, international development and evaluation oversight.
Jaime previously led Accion’s Native Lending program, managing a portfolio of over $1 million, and supported the development of Nusenda Co-Op Capital’s initiative to pilot relationship-based lending. In 2019, she was appointed to chair the New Mexico Census Commission’s Tribal Subcommittee, which activated an $11.5 million state investment to ensure a complete 2020 census. Jaime holds a bachelor’s degree in Native American studies and political science and a master’s degree in public administration from the University of New Mexico. Jaime is a citizen of the Navajo, White Mountain Apache, and Kiowa nations. She is a mother of three children who lives in the territory of Tiwa. Jaime enjoys hiking, visiting his ancestral homeland, and reading for recovery.
Dear Sonali Letters To A Daughter I Never Had
Race and ethnicity widen the gender pay gap: In 2020, the median annual earnings of full-time, year-round Native American women were 60% of those of non-Hispanic white men, according to an analysis by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research. (September 2021, IWPR #C505 Facts). Are there other data or information sources you use that you would like people to know about? This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is #breakthebias, and the campaign explores the everyday challenges women still face in the workplace and in society.
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The Well Woman Show thanks The Well Woman Academy™ for their support at /academy. Join us at the Academy for community, mindfulness practices, and hands-on support to live your Well Woman life. Giovanna Rossi’s Well Woman Show interviews high-achieving professional women who have overcome anxiety, burnout and insecurity to become healthy, fulfilled and empowered. We share our challenges and successes as women leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, daughters and sisters. In Just Giovanna episodes, she shares ideas and workouts based on mindfulness, feminism, and her 20+ years of working with women who are reclaiming their power and living with joy and ease. Whether it’s physical or mental health, balancing life, work and family, professional development or financial success, the Good Woman strives to achieve the highest level of well-being. Each episode is filled with tips and best practices for women who are doing something innovative to make a difference in other people’s lives and maintain a sense of well-being while doing it all!
Giovanna Rossi interviews high-achieving professional women who overcame anxiety, burnout, and insecurity to become healthy, fulfilled, and empowered. We share our challenges and successes as women leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, daughters and sisters. In Just Giovanna episodes, she shares ideas and workouts based on mindfulness, feminism, and her 20+ years of working with women who are reclaiming their power and living with joy and ease. Whether it’s physical or mental health, balancing life, work and family, professional development or financial success, the Good Woman strives to achieve the highest level of well-being. Each episode is filled with tips and best practices for women who are doing something innovative to make a difference in other people’s lives and maintain a sense of well-being while doing it all!
This week I’m interviewing Dr. Marissa G Frank. An educational psychologist and national speaker, Dr. Franco is known for studying and communicating science in ways that resonate with people deeply enough to change their lives. She is a professor at the University of Maryland and is the NY Times bestselling author of Platonic: How The Science of Attachment Can Help You Make-and Keep-Friends. She writes about friendships for Psychology Today and has been a noted communications expert for major publications such as The New York Times, The Telegraph, and Vice. She talks about affiliations with corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and universities across the country. We discuss: Why don’t friendships happen organically? Overcoming the personal fear of being rejected. Why belonging is at the heart of true friendship. But first, I want to tell you about the upcoming Women’s Summit, which I will be co-hosting. Fall Women’s Summit October 27, 2022 8:00am – 11:30am in Albuquerque Event Link https://www.bizjournals.com/albuquerque/event/167871/2022/2022-fall-womens-summit First we’ll hear the keynote speech from Jen Paul Schroer, Cabinet Secretary, NM Department of Tourism. Then I’ll share the Well Woman Life® system—a combined strategic and heart-centered approach to leadership. Aspiring women leaders as well as seasoned professionals can use it to identify their challenges and find tools to overcome them. Immediately following, we’ll be hosting roundtables directly related to the Well Women Life® Framework where you’ll learn new skills/tools and connect with other businesswomen. PROGRAM 8:00-8:30a Registration and Networking 8:30a Welcome 8:35-8:55a Keynote: Jen Paul Schroer, Cabinet Secretary, Department of Tourism North America 9:00-9:20a Well, Woman Life® Framework with Giovanna Rossi 9:30-11:30p Round Table Discussions You can find out where you are and get free tools to help you at wellwomanlife.com/quiz As always, all links and information are at wellwomanlife .com/298show The Well Woman Show thanks The Well Woman Academy™ for their support at wellwomanlife.com/academy. Join us at the Academy for community, mindfulness practices, and practical support to live as a good woman.
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Hello Well Woman! This week on the Show, I interview NINA SIMONS, Co-Founder and Chief Communications Officer of Bioneers and head of its Leadership Everywoman program. Over the course of her career spanning the neophyte, social entrepreneurship, corporate, and philanthropic sectors, Nina has worked with nearly a thousand diverse women leaders across disciplines, race, class, age, and orientation to foster mutual learning, trust, and leadership development. . She co-edited Moonrise: The Power of Women Leading from the Heart and authored Nature, Culture, and the Sacred: A Woman Listens for Leadership—released as a second edition in 2022 with an accompanying discussion guide and embodied practices. The first edition won the Nautilus Awards in the Women in the 21st Century and Social Change and Social Justice categories. Both books are used to inspire and ignite learning in individuals, groups, and classrooms. Nina serves on the Advisory Board of Daughters of the Earth and in 2017, along with her husband and partner, Kenny Ausubel, received the Goya Award for “pioneering work to advance nature-inspired innovations to restore the Earth and our human community.” Past recipients include Bill Gates, James Lovelock and Deepak Chopra. You can find tonight’s show notes at wellwomanlife.com/297show. The book she recommended was Luminous Darkness: An Engaged Buddhist Approach to Embracing the Unknown by Deborah Eden Toole The Well Woman Show is grateful for the support of The Well Woman Academy™ at wellwomanlife.com/academy. Join us at the Academy for community, mindfulness practices, and practical support to live your life as a good woman.
On this week’s show, I interview Joanne Lamignon Sanford. She is the executive director of the New Mexico Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, a local liaison to a national community of faith-based organizations and believers committed to achieving reproductive justice through education, organizing and advocacy. NM RCRC is committed to raising religious voices wherever faith, politics and our reproductive lives intersect. Joan is currently working with clergy and faith leaders across the state to shift the abortion conversation toward compassionate support for women’s access to a full range of reproductive health services, including abortion. Joan graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1984 with a BA in Education and was a teacher for 15 years prior to working at NM RCRC. She lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico with her partner of 25 years. She is the mother of two adult children and enjoys spending time with her grandchildren. She won several awards at GLSEN’s local queer baking fundraiser. You can find tonight’s show notes at wellwomanlife.com/296show. The Well Woman Show thanks you for supporting The Well Woman Academy™ at wellwomanlife.com/academy. Join us at the Academy for community, mindfulness practices, and practical support to live as a good woman.
Welcome to the Well Woman Show, I’m your host Giovanna Rossi. on this week’s show, I speak with Terrelyn Massey, executive director of the Southwest Women’s Law Center in Albuquerque. Terrelyn holds a J.D. from the University of New Mexico School of Law and an M.A. in Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Austin. She is a Navajo citizen originally from Piñon, Arizona and has lived in New Mexico since 2003. Terrelyn also previously served as the Executive Director of the Navajo Department of Human Services. Terrelyn practiced law as an attorney at Johnson Barnhouse & Keegan, LLP and