Episode 12 - Anuradha Kowtha

Anuradha is, quite simply, brilliant. She is seriously multi talented, from biology to dance to history to Human Design - she just knows so much! I think it comes from being deeply curious about our world and about other people. She’s also one of the most kind people that I have ever met. Above all, Anuradha is a teacher and I have been so blessed to learn from her.

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Episode 11 - Tara Pringle Jefferson and Self-Care

Tara is a self care coach for women and a mom of two. She’s an entrepreneur and an inspiration to me, personally. Tara was the first person I met who took the idea of women taking care of themselves seriously enough to build an entire business around the concept. I will always be grateful that I met her when I did and for her friendship. There’s no one else I could think of for our Mother’s Day episode.

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Episode 10 - Drisana McDaniel and The Beauty of Motherhood

Dru is one of the mamas I miss most from Charleston. She is that friend who is deeply beautiful inside and out and who, by seeing the beauty in you, helps you to see it in yourself. I adore her. Listen and you'll see why.

Drisana McDaniel is the mother of three incredible humans, a career makeup artist, and a co-founding member-owner of the Transformative Teaching Collective — where she facilitates intergroup dialogue around topics of racial and social justice for the purpose of healing.

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Episode 9 - Saira Rao and White Supremacy

This week I’m talking to Saira Rao about politics, race, and change. Saira Rao is a racial justice activist, former congressional candidate, and co-founder of In This Together Media, Race2Dinner and Healing from Hate. Rao's upcoming memoir, BROKEN NEWS, will be published in Spring 2020.

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