The 100 Women Project
The 100 Women Project is my response to the election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States. Knowing women who were sexually assaulted by the new President (and no, not the ones you’ve seen in the media) and as a feminist, I was particularly horrified. I decided to create a project for myself that would tell 100 Women’s Stories (you can read more about the project here) because I believe in the healing power of story. Below, you’ll experience women’s stories in video, interview, podcast, and written format.
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Author, Certified Business Consultant, and Speaker Gwendolen Wilder The Notable Woman is proud to present the Super U Summit, 30 empowering women speakers over 10 days. In this Super U Summit Talk, author Gwendolen Wilder gives us her 3 Step Blueprint to...
In this episode of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview Donielle Morris, and we wonder, “What would you do if you weren’t afraid?”
In this The Notable Woman Live! episode, Ashleigh Mueller and I talk about “Rainbow After the Storm,” a project to help mothers process their miscarriage.
Life and business coach Tammie Ramos-Crispino joins me in this episode of The Notable Woman Live! where we chat self-confidence.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview self care tour guide Brittia Kubeczka of Fringe and Fitness, & we talk self care love languages & more.
In this episode on The Notable Woman Live!, I interview Sasha Gray of Scattered Sasha, and we talk all about the importance of the journey we are each on.
Publisher and author Alexa Bigwarfe is on The Notable Woman Live! talking about her she started as a writer, her advocacy work, and her publishing house.
Nonprofit Development Coach and Grantwriter Victoria Thorne on The Notable Woman Live! where we talk about the state of funding in the nonprofit world.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, Cristin interviews boy expert Janet Allison.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Podcast, Cristin interviews domestic violence director Kelley Rainey about intimate partner violence.