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We are locals supporting local. Prescott Woman Podcast celebrates the women leaders within our community. Every month join our hosts as we introduce you to women that are making a difference in business, health, education, non-profits, and more. If you are interested in learning about dynamic women that are working to create a balanced community, this is the podcast for you.
Thank you to Rocket Feather Creative for helping us put together this podcast with interviews, editing, and production.
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Spring is in the air despite the occasional snowstorm. Love is in the air, despite the social distancing. It must be time to talk weddings! Weddings are the most universal and meaningful ritual in our culture and Prescott is the perfect place for two people to get hitched. Charles and I got married here, surrounded by our friends and insight of Granite Mountain. It’s a weekend we’ll never forget.
What’s it like combating an entrenched problem like homelessness during a pandemic? What skills and mindset make the difference in good times and bad? How does one get selected Prescott Woman of the Year? Find out from Coalition for Compassion and Justice Executive Director, Jessi Hans. In 2018, Jessi and her team set the bold (Crazy?) intention to end homelessness in Prescott.
For many local teens living in low-income households or families affected by addiction or homelessness, this feeling was a distant dream until they met the team at Teen Closet. Staff and volunteers work with teens not only to find the perfect look and fit but to build relationships that let young people who are living with big challenges know that they are not alone, not forgotten.
On this month’s episode, you’ll learn a lot about the heart and how a local “rock star” Cardiac Electrophysiologist is using the latest hi-tech methods, collaborative leadership, and deep compassion to heal hearts and people.
What is NACOG? We’ve all heard of it. Most of us can’t seem to remember what it stands for. But after this episode of the Prescott Woman Podcast, you will know and remember, thanks to Teri Drew, the smart and savvy director of the Economic/WorkForce wing of NACOG, the Northern Arizona Council of Governments.
What will school look like this fall? How do our school administrators make the decisions that will affect families with children and by extension, our whole community? Get the inside view in this episode of the Prescott Woman Podcast with PUSD Superintendent Joe Howard and Assistant Superintendent Mardi Read.
What makes Prescott (and the rest of the Quad Cities) strong? What makes us unique and successful when things get tough? Our first episode attempts to answer those questions.