When Women Speak

When Women Speak

By Jasmine Partida

An activist and digital strategist, host Jasmine Partida speaks with women leaders about what holds women back, what walls do they consistently see women hit, and what are ways we can come together and breakthrough. We often speak of glass ceilings, but we rarely talk about the walls boxing us in and holding that ceiling up. It is past time we come together and tear down those walls, lift each other up, and hold space for each other’s stories. Join me as I explore, inspire, and empower women to find their voice, and speak their truth.


07/23/20

The Tale of Two Marches with Elika Bernard

Elika Bernard founded the Black Women's March in response to the racism in the organizing of the 2017 Women's March. Jasmine organized with the 2017 Women's March. This is the story of those marches, and how it led to their friendship.

06/06/20

When Schools Don’t Want to Talk About Race, with Twiana Armstrong

How do we use this watershed moment to demand equity and inclusivity in our educational space? President of the nonprofit “See MY Child”, Twiana Armstrong discusses what it looks like to create a learning environment that allows Black Students to thrRead more

06/03/20

Ep 11: Leadership Unapologetically on Purpose with Lourie Abadia

Lourie Abadia discusses the internal struggles that hold women back from truly living their potential in their careers, and what it means to LEAD: unapologetically, on purpose. Lourie Close-Abadia is the Founder of Living Up Close; an organization Read more

05/22/20

Ep 10: Financial Freedom with Carmen Rosas

Carmen Rosas is an attorney, single mama, author, speaker, and international legacy coach. She is globally known for her work with ambitious women who want more out of life.  Listen in as Carmen lays the roadmap for building your financial freedom. Read more

05/15/20

Ep 9: How do we separate from past trauma with Nia Ridgle

Licensed mental health therapist Nia Ridgle speaks on how to break past cycles of abuse, generational trauma, and why your own mental health should be a central piece of your parenting. Nia's life story is one like many others, where we find ourselRead more

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