In the latest podcast, we journey through diverse and empowering voices, crossing through compelling stories that challenge our perspectives, inspire change, and drive the conversation on crucial issues. From advocating women’s rights to challenging ‘hustle culture,’ the spectrum is broad, deep, and rich in insights.
Our episode begins with Catherine Dunphy, a fervent women’s rights advocate, writer, poet, and humanist. Catherine, the founder of the Kimberley Project, discusses her commitment to the early intervention and prevention of gender-based violence. Her dedication and passion shine through as she recounts the efforts of her organization to implement social-emotional learning programs in childcare centres and kindergartens (Learn more about Catherine Dunphy and her work).
We then navigate somewhat uncharted territory with Jacki Yovanoff, delving into the world of polyamory. Often misunderstood, polyamory can be a hard topic to approach, but Jacki’s experiences of over a decade in non-monogamy provide invaluable insights. She shares her journey and how polyamory has genuinely aligned with her relationship orientation (Discover more from Jacki Yovanoff).
Our regular contributor, Anne Brodie, enlightens us with her film review expertise, discussing the latest Mission Impossible movie and reviewing the compelling ‘The Miracle Club.’ Anne’s words are a treat for film and TV enthusiasts seeking a dose of entertainment buzz (Check out Anne’s latest reviews).
We also journey with Tanzila Khan, whose story epitomizes empowerment and resilience. Tanzila, a recognized entrepreneur, activist, public speaker, author, and filmmaker, refuses to let her disability limit her. As the recipient of the prestigious Amal Clooney Women’s Empowerment Award, Tanzila shares her experiences and insights on solo travel as a woman with a disability (Explore Tanzila’s empowering journey).
Then, we meet Lara Wellman, an experienced coach who is an ardent advocate for self-compassion. Lara challenges the relentless ‘hustle culture,’ offering a refreshing perspective on what we perceive as ‘laziness.’ Her forthcoming book, ‘You’re Not Lazy,’ delves deeper into this subject (Learn more about Lara’s work).
Finally, we have Clare Kumar sharing her expertise on productivity and inclusivity. Clare provides guidance on advocating for our own needs effectively and handling sensitive conversations without becoming defensive. Her thoughts prompt us to consider our own productivity and how we approach inclusivity (Read more about Clare’s insights).
Week after week, What She Said aims to shed light on these inspiring stories and experiences. Together we spark conversations, encourage understanding, and promote a more inclusive, compassionate world.