Female Fights Wildfires with Linda Strader

October 1, 2022By richard-adminUncategorized No Comments

EPISODE SUMMARY My guest today, became one of the first women hired on a U.S. Forest Service fire crew. She holds two degrees: a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, and a Masters in Planning, from the University of Arizona. Summers of Fire: A Memoir of Adventure, Love and Courage, released in 2018 about wildland firefighting. Parade … Read More

Nellie Bly in an Insane Asylum with Tonya Mitchell

October 1, 2022By richard-adminUncategorized No Comments

EPISODE SUMMARY My guest today is the author of “A Feigned Madness,” the story of undercover reporter Nellie Bly’s ten harrowing days inside a women’s insane asylum in 1887. It won the Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award and the Kops-Fetherling International Book Award. She’s a self-proclaimed Anglo-file and obsessed with all things relating to the … Read More

Nurturing a Female Voice with Michelle Davey

September 15, 2022By richard-adminUncategorized No Comments

EPISODE SUMMARY My guest today is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, author, and speaker who is passionate about empowering women. After experiencing her own traumatic events, she pursued a career as a mental health therapist. During her journey, she chose to coach women who had lost their voices. She believes it’s important to begin nurturing … Read More

Writing the 1930s with Jill Caugherty

September 12, 2022By richard-adminUncategorized No Comments

EPISODE SUMMARY My guest today is a Stanford grad with advanced computer science and business degrees. But, since she was a child, creative writing has been her passion. After holding software development, product management, and marketing roles in the high-tech industry for nearly thirty years, she now writes full time. Her short stories have been … Read More

Genealogy As a Muse with Janis Robinson Daly

September 2, 2022By richard-adminUncategorized No Comments

EPISODE SUMMARY My guest today had a career in sales and marketing but found inspiration in a genealogy search on her great-great-grandfather. He took an active part in founding the Woman’s Medical College in Philadelphia. The early graduates of the Woman’s Medical College have remained in the shadows. Their stories needed to be told. So, … Read More