The Notable Woman is a live show, held on Facebook Live, for women who know they can think, create, lead, and love in a way that’s visceral, experiential, and uncommon can converse, create community, and be a catalyst for a more collaborative world. Season 1 is live now, with Season 2 starting in Fall 2018.
Featured Notable Woman Live! Episodes
Join me and coach Valerie Friedlander in this final episode of season 1 of The Notable Woman Live! where we discuss: Change the World from the Inside Out: The Power You Have to Make a Difference!
Mallory Schlabach talks with me on this episode of The Notable Woman Live! about finding your purpose in a me driven world.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview Madeleine Davis of the Stress Free Family. If you’ve ever been jealous of the stress free mom, the mom who looks like she has it all together, you’ll love this interview with Madeleine!
Interested in holistic nutrition? This is a great interview from The Notable Woman Live! with holistic nutritionist, Katie Kahvo, where we talk food, hormones, and more.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Live! I interview Nadjejda Chapoteau, a coach for women entrepreneurs who focuses on messaging and niches. We chat about how to find your message.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview social entrepreneur, coach, and activist Chandra Brooks on why politics are personal, how they affect your life whether you’re “into them” or not, and why and how to get involved in your local community.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview Patricia Talavera of Sytbiz, and we talk about being in business with her twin and the mindset she needed to make it happen.
In this episode of The Notable Woman Live!, I interview money mindset coach Tonya Rineer, and we talk women and money and self love and self worth.
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.