Category - Women’s Empowerment Week

20
Mar

Women’s Empowerment Week – Brittany Estes

Our last (but certainly not least) woman of this month’s Women’s Empowerment Week is a very special one. All of our social media is in her hands! Moreover, Brittany both embodies and exudes love and service without a second thought. She is also quirky and fun, looks like Katy Perry, and has her own YouTube …

18
Mar

Women’s Empowerment Week – Holly Hoechstenbach

Whether writing or working at the tanning salon, Holly has a knack (and a passion) for sharing love, faith, and inspiration – all to make people smile. Check out why in the answers she gave us! 1.) What is your current occupation and/or any recent volunteer work, advocacy groups, you’re involved in or support? I …

17
Mar

Women’s Empowerment Week – Aimee Williams

When times that are meant for celebrating turn into grieving, Aimee has dedicated her love and time to women who need some empowerment. Her answers below definitely reflect her compassion. Read about what made her inspire us: *Content warning: mention of late term pregnancy loss, stillbirth* 1.) What is your current occupation and/or any recent …

16
Mar

Women’s Empowerment Week – Alina Stevenson

Alina has a special heart for a population that is often forgotten about: homeless sexual assault survivors. Learn more about why we picked Alina: 1.) What is your current occupation and/or any recent volunteer work, advocacy groups, you’re involved in or support? I am currently a law student at University of Oregon. I am involved …

14
Mar

Women’s Empowerment Week – Mikaela Carson

Mikaela Carson is known for so much more than her role as Miss Northwest in the realm of Miss America pageants. She is smart, intelligent, funny, kind, selfless, creative, hardworking, genuine, and open about her positions on gender studies and mental health. Check out her answers to our questions below! 1.) What is your current …

22
Feb

Women’s Empowerment Week – Aeriel White

Our last and final shout-out for this month’s Women’s Empowerment Week is a special one, because it’s someone from our own team. Aeriel White, Executive Director of Still Standing, was chosen by the team as a surprise. Here’s what two of the leaders had to say about her: “I chose to end my week with …

21
Feb

Women’s Empowerment Week – Mya Canty

Mya Canty is Marketing Director Josh Jones’ second pick of Women’s Empowerment Week! Josh picked her for “her work with kids, positive attitude, and her outlook on life. She’s extremely caring and uses her time for bettering anyone she comes info contact with.” Mya is an Americorps member at Overfelt High School in San Jose, …

21
Feb

Women’s Empowerment Week – Aliya Waldman

Aliya Waldman is Social Media Director Brittany Estes’ third Women’s Empowerment Week pick! Brittany’s third pick was an easy one because, “I see her amazing photographs daily, and I was so inspired by her diverse group of models. She’s featured models of all sizes and color, so I am excited to see how she’s going …

20
Feb

Women’s Empowerment Week – Jenna Winslow

Jenna Winslow is Executive Director Aeriel White’s second Women’s Empowerment Week pick! Having met Jenna at Lindenwood during her Criminal Justice career, Aeriel chose Jenna for one simple and profound reason: “She’s not afraid to break boundaries!” 1.) What is your current occupation and/or any recent volunteer work, advocacy groups, you’re involved in or support? …

19
Feb

Women’s Empowerment Week – Mariah Stewart

Journalist Mariah Stewart is Social Media Director Brittany Estes’ second pick for the Women’s Empowerment Week. The two went to college together (both majoring in Journalism), and were close colleagues reporting on the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, MO. Brittany chose Mariah because, “the girl got tear-gassed for crying out loud! If that doesn’t show …

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