By Kate Milne
Age SisterMar 24, 2022
S3 Ep9: Care for Caregivers
What Janice does is help you to find a better way to navigate the challenges associated with aging, and more specifically, for the changes your parents may be facing. She comes to her expertise through both academic and personal experiences. Her Master's degree in Gerontology has given her wide insight into what can be done to assist our seniors in creating the highest quality of life possible, no matter what the challenges may be. As a child of older adult parents, she has had to sift through many options, changes and emotional situations. She can help to bring families together to create peace of mind and accord.
You can find Janice Below:
S3 Ep8: How to Deliver Your Message with Passion, Presence, and Power
Vicki Dello Joio fires up visionary speakers to amplify their charisma and deliver their message with passion, presence, and power. Her methods for both crafting stories AND her focus on the energy behind how they are told have touched and transformed hundreds of speakers to stand and deliver with joy, confidence, and ease.
Find out more about Vicki here: https://www.vickidellojoio.com/
S3 Ep7: The Network Concierge
You can find more about Susan's work at her website: thenetworkconcierge.com
S3 Ep6: Red Cape Rescue
Darcy Eikenberg is on a mission to help us change our lives at work without having to change everything in our lives, especially during times of great change (and face it—when AREN'T we managing change?) She's the author of Red Cape Rescue: Save Your Career Without Leaving Your Job which shows how to get more of what you want without resorting to drastic measures of changing careers or finding a new job—and without sacrificing your health or family life. Her strategies help generate more clarity, confidence, and control—plus, they inspire a bit of courage to help handle our complex lives at work. She’s coached leaders at companies such as Aon, The Coca-Cola Company, State Farm, and Deloitte, and offers encouraging ways to change work for the better, for good. Before launching leadership career coaching firm RedCapeRevolution.com, Darcy was a principal at human resources consulting firm Hewitt Associates (now part of Alight Solutions), where she served on both the Southeast and the North American Communication Consulting Leadership teams. She's been quoted in Forbes, Thrive Global, Mashable, The Ladders, CNN and more. Connect directly through her free Insider Community at RedCapeInsider.com and get the latest stories, career strategies, and free tools.
You can find her latest book, "Red Cape Rescue: Save Your Career Without Leaving Your Job." here: RedCapeRescue.com
S3 Ep5: Learning to be Fearless
An astute observer of behavior, Jacqueline is endlessly fascinated by the messiness of being human, and finds people who are vulnerable and honest about their struggles incredibly interesting and courageous. As the author of When The Crow Sings, The Fearless Factor, The Fearless Factor @ Work and soon-to-be-published Fearless Women Leading The Way, she's explored human behavior and asked tough questions to discover hard truths for more than 35 years. While observing and talking with thousands of people over several decades, she's come to understand that the challenges we all confront are not much different—no matter who you are or what you’re doing in life. She is a writer, a singer, and a global nomad who lived and travelled on three continents developed a passion for martial arts earning a black belt in karate, and now an avid Crossfit athlete. She's an active co-partner in a long-term marriage and along the way, she became the mother of four children who have grown up to be amazing adults. Jacqueline believes that being fearless is not the absence of fear but the courage to take the next step.
You can find her on LinkedIn @jacquelinewales
S3 Ep4: Connection for Communication
Whole-person coaching. Helping you find your way forward. Claudia is an accomplished personal development and relationship coach. Compassionate and insightful, Claudia is a straightforward communicator with the ability to clarify complex situations and help her clients gain new perspectives and improve their communication skills to better connect with the people who matter most.
You can find Claudia here:
S3 Ep3 :Having the Power to Fly
S3 Ep2: Getting Into the Winners Circle
Tammy Alvarez is a visionary who catalyzes leaders to level up their performance for themselves and their businesses. Her spirited “Break all the Rules” approach blends decades of C-Suite experience on Wall Street with a pragmatic, results-based coaching style that helps business professionals create a big impact and love every Monday morning again.
She is an inspirational coach, trainer, and epic storyteller who delivers transformational learning experiences for her global client base. Using her signature coaching programs; corporate and private clients achieve the breakthrough success that produces bottom-line results quickly and sustainably.
Her unwavering commitment to advancing ambitious business leaders compelled her to create the Career Winners Circle – a comprehensive collection of coaching and training programs designed to strengthen leaders so they can grow their careers as far as their ambitions will take them, and continue to thrive once they get there.
During her 20-year corporate career, Tammy became a renowned business transformation and turnaround expert. She held roles as a Managing Director at AIG, First Senior Vice President at Bank Leumi USA, Chief Operating Officer at Genesis10, and Senior Vice President at Bank of America. Each role relied upon Tammy’s vision and leadership to mobilize large, globally diverse teams to drive complex business transformation initiatives.
Tammy is a colloquium lecturer on various leadership topics at Cornell University and has delivered her woman in a leadership program to Cornell’s WE Cornell Entrepreneurial Incubator program (Women in STEM) to strengthen all women with the ambition to share their brilliance with the world. She holds a degree in International Business Administration from American Intercontinental University and serves her clients from her Stamford, CT headquarters and her satellite office in San Pedro, Belize.
You can find her at: https://careerwinnerscircle.com/
S3 Ep1: Strategic Speaking for Results
Elizabeth Bachman is THE go-to person for advanced level training in Speaking, Presentation Skills, Sales and Leadership. With a lifetime spent perfecting the art of presenting, she helps high-level clients master a message that brings
* the Funding they need,
* the Allies they want &
* the Recognition they deserve.
A sought-after speaker and strategist in Silicon Valley, nationally and internationally, Elizabeth works with leaders and influencers who need to become concise and compelling presenters. She helps them present as smart, down-to-earth, loose, friendly—even funny—and still be taken seriously. Elizabeth is the host of the international podcast: Speakers Who Get Results, where she interviews experts on presentation skills, leadership, visibility, and cross-cultural communication. Having spent over 30 years directing such luminaries as Luciano Pavarotti & Placido Domingo in more than 50 operas around the world, Elizabeth brings a wealth of tools to help business professionals become respected presenters. Fluent in 5 languages, she brings her global experience to her clients.
You can find Elizabeth here:
S2 Ep17: Building Partnerships as an Entrepreneur
Anne-Marie has more than 25 years of experience in IT recruitment
After graduating in Management from Concordia University, her early years of experience in recruitment firms led her to open her own agency and, eventually, the path to entrepreneurship.
In 1997, accompanied by a business partner, Louise Laniel, she founded the DELAN company. The two women, a rarity in a male-dominated industry, started their small business in the basement of Louise's house, between the armchairs, the TV and the storage spaces.
Since then, DELAN has only expanded. The company grew through the first corporate placement in May 1997, through the madness around the year 2000 bug, the fall of Dotcom and a takeover in 2010!
Very attached to family values, Anne-Marie strives to make her team her second family. Moreover, after the retirement of Louise, Anne-Marie teamed up with her son, Jean-François Charpentier. Today, DELAN is more than a family business - it is more than 20 employees who bring their uniqueness, their ideas and their strengths to the company.
Involved in the community, Anne-Marie actively participates in the activities of the CCMM, the RFAQ, the AQT and the RéseauAction TI.
She has also given several sessions at conferences, including topics such as the IT labour shortage, and best practices in recruitment or attracting talent at Lavery, Stratégies PME and MTL Connect.
You can find Anne-Marie at:
Fireside Chat - Rethinking the Meaning of Wellbeing
In this episode, I'm sharing my conversation with Melanie Campbell and Donna Carbell in our latest Midlife Women at Work Fireside Chat: Rethinking the Meaning of Wellbeing.
We talked all about:
✔️ Background information (e.g., how midlife is defined, why midlife women are a key demographic focus, current stats on intention to leave, and self-reported health)
✔️ The work-life challenges facing midlife women in the new normal
✔️ How well-being has changed since the pandemic began
✔️ Some of the well-being issues that have shifted for women at work
✔️ Tips and strategies to help continue to progress to more senior positions in the company while balancing work and mental wellness
✔️ Ageism and the impact of gendered ageism
✔️ Ideas for employers especially around including midlife well-being as part of a recruitment strategy
If you would prefer to watch the video version, just visit https://www.cardeahealthconsulting.com/fireside-chat-wellbeing
S2 Ep16: Becoming a Conflict Resolutionary
In 2008, Kristine took an AmeriCorps job running a meal program for unhoused young people.
Almost 50 hungry youth arrived on Kristine’s first night. What happened next was terrifying for
a young, small town white woman. Her purse went missing, there were fights and screaming
guests. Kristine vowed to never return. But then something unexpected happened. A 17-year-
old guest instantly turned the chaos into quiet, polite behavior with a single phrase. This began
Kristine’s journey of learning from those she served, people living in constant threat and
conflict. Through their mentoring and hundreds of incidents, she began to see conflict as a
place to deepen a connection and counter social inequity.
Kristine has since trained thousands of people how to respond not react, lean in and not lash
out. She particularly enjoys working with women who are naturally skilled at de-escalation
after they debunk the false narratives around gender roles. In her free time, she hangs out with
her backyard ducks and sculpts scrap metal.
To learn more about Kristine’s mission to create “conflict resolutionaries” wherever she goes,
Fireside Chat - Rebalancing Work and Life in the New Normal
Flexible, hybrid, and remote work<br />
The work-life challenges facing midlife women in the new normal<br />
Ideas for supporting employees during this time<br />
What employers can do
You can also watch the video at www.cardeahealthconsulting.com/fireside-chat-rebalance
This is the first chat in the series. You can also register for our upcoming session "Midlife Women at Work - Rethinking the Meaning of Well-being" at www.tinyurl.com/cardeafireside<br />
S2 Ep:15 Using LEGO Serious Play at Work
For the past 16 years, in her role as a Trainer, Facilitator and Speaker, Tisha Reid has worked with companies across numerous industries and with people from all over the world, to grow and develop their employees professionally and personally. Through those experiences, and her passion to see people grow into leaders, she decided to start her own training company; REID Training Group. Using her gifts as a storyteller, she expertly weaves in relatable experiences and life lessons to connect and engage with her audience while delivering informative and impactful learning through the use of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® to inspire and motivate others. She is also the founder of Building Tomorrow's Leaders, Today, a six-week program that provides the youth and young adults of today with the skills and competencies needed to thrive and develop into the leaders of tomorrow.
A strong believer in training as a foundation for setting people up for success, Reid loves adding value to others and works within a Servant Leadership mindset. Reid has used her facilitation and development skills to help past clients such as The East Scarborough Storefront, The Scarborough Hub, the Working Women Community Centre, TD Bank, and Clarins Canada and has worked as a Trainer/Facilitator at Carnival Cruise Line, Canada Post, Johnson Controls, and Elections Ontario.
Reid graduated from Seneca’s Adult Education - Staff Training and Development program with High Honours and has also served on the board of directors for the non-profit Black Business and Professional Association as a vice-chair.
When she’s not training people for success, you can find her cooking, travelling, and shopping!
You can find Tisha here:
S2 Ep14: CEO Turned C-Suite Coach
Her Website: www.catherineschoendorff.com/pl/2147567257
S2 Ep13: Galvanizing an anti-racist mindset
Sonia Lewis co-founded ASCRIBE Educational Consulting on February 13, 2009, while sitting in a booth at Stage Coach Restaurant in Sacramento, CA, while having birthday brunch with a friend. They wrote a mission and vision statement on napkins. Sonia channelled how supported she felt at age 7 when she daringly challenged liberty and justice for all. Core to her dream for ASCRIBE was to lean on equity and resources for the most marginalized in the community. A former high school Social Studies teacher and Program Director, Sonia took a leap of faith into the world of entrepreneurship. She is a visionary and isn't willing to accept the norm, as the standard we are forced to accept. Sonia has been described as fearless and unflinching; driven by the integrity of hard work; a dreamer and problem solver; and a bully to the bullies with power and influence.
You can find Sonia at:
S2 Ep12: Own Your Personal Podcast
Terre Short is a human potential developer who has more than 30 years of leadership experience, a Master’s in Business Administration/Healthcare Management, and her Professional Coach Certification (PCC). Terre excels at distilling leadership skills into actionable steps, including precisely choosing the right words to influence and inspire others. She coaches leaders of Fortune 500 Companies on how to look inward and embrace inner wisdom to excel outwardly and overcome challenges. She leans on the content in her book: The Words We Choose: Your Guide to How and Why Words Matter in helping others become their best selves. Through stories and examples, she humorously leads listeners to own their “Personal Podcast” or inner narrative. She speaks on a wide array of topics that all lead to bringing out brilliance – of oneself and those around them. She has been interviewed for various mediums including Fast Company and NPR and her book was a 2020 American BookFest Finalist and won the Bugbee Falk Book Award.
S2 Ep11: Getting the Kids to College
Marilyn Gilbert-Mitchell, MA, MEd, MEd Marilyn Gilbert-Mitchell, a 23-year educator, believes all students can pursue education beyond high school. Though many may not attend college, they all need preparation for productive and positive lives. As founder of MGM College Services LLC, she provides college and career planning services for 7th-12th grade students and families. Since focusing on college planning, Marilyn Gilbert-Mitchell has directly assisted 250+ students in securing 1,200+ college acceptances and over $16.4 million in confirmed scholarships. She expands college knowledge and resources in visits and has toured over 200 campuses. Her life's missions are helping students WIN with college and supporting families through these and other transitions. Gilbert-Mitchell embeds skills and experiences acquired during 30+ years in corporate, college, cultural, community, and high school arenas. Her background is strengthened by a bachelor’s degree in English; three master’s degrees; certified in College Admissions Counseling; and as an Illinois licensed educator. As a serial learner, she is always growing and sharing her expanded knowledge with others. “With proper planning, college is more than possible.”
S2 Ep10: Live in Their World
Robin Rosenberg, Ph.D., is CEO and Founder of Live in Their World, a company that uses, in part, virtual reality to address issues of bias and incivility in the workplace and upskill all employees, as well as leaders in particular, for respectful engagement. She is a clinical psychologist, and prior to starting her company, she had executive coaching and psychotherapy practices, wrote college textbooks, and taught psychology classes at Harvard University and Lesley University. She's combined her interest in immersive technologies with her coaching and clinical experiences to foster in employees a deeper understanding of how and why other people may feel slighted or marginalized, and how to approach such interactions differently.
Her website: https://www.liveintheirworld.com/null-services
Download a free e-book: https://www.liveintheirworld.com/publications
S2 Ep9: War in Ukraine - An Entrepreneur's Story
Anastasia Vladychynska is a Certified Customer Experience Consultant, founder of Vladychynska Consulting, and professor at Kyiv Mohyla Business School. She helps top-tier brands keep their customers through reinventing their employee and customer experience so that they can disrupt their industries. Anastasia has worked with McDonald's, MaxMara, KENZO, BNP Paribas bank, Jabil (Fortune 500) and others with her simple system to revolutionize their company’s customer and employee experience. Her methodology covers everything from strategy to culture to help them through their company service transformations. Anastasia’s customers generate an average of 20-30% more profit after implementing her simple methodology.
Today, Anastasia is helping her 100 girlfriends who (like her) had to flee Ukraine and are stranded now in Europe without accommodation, jobs and support.
If you'd like to help Anastasia and the women that she's supporting, please register for one of her fantastic webinars at: https://vladychynska.com/service_master-classes
Or, visit her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nastya.vladychynska
Her Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anastasia-vladychynska-622443a/
Her Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXXOYKyGpkngUYvn1hqyXKQ
S2 Ep8: How We Nuture Relationships at Work Matters
Lizabeth Wesely-Casella is the Founder and CEO of L-12 Services; a Washington DC firm focused on internal communications and organizational development. She works with businesses to improve workflow, processes, and culture by leveraging the institutional knowledge of existing team members. She is a skilled strategic advisor specializing in attrition mitigation, workflow management, process improvement, and culture. Lizabeth has over 20 years of experience as an administrator and policy and programming consultant. Her work has contributed to successful project outcomes in federal health policy, international program development, and non-profit/association management.
Take her Attrition Prevention Quiz:https://l12services.com/quiz/
Her Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/lizabeth-wesely-casella
Her Website: https://l12services.com/
S2 Ep7: Using Meditation and Gratitude as a Shortcut to Success
Lori Saitz is the CEO of Zen Rabbit and host of the podcast “FINE is a 4-Letter Word.” She’s an award-winning writer, speaker, and broadcaster. And a nationally recognized expert in using gratitude and meditation as shortcuts to success. The most difficult thing she’s ever done is leave a 22-year marriage. That experience inspired her transformational F*ck Being Fine program. Through it, she guides corporate teams and private clients who are finished living in a dumpster fire, to a place of unprecedented clarity, peace, and productivity. When she's not working, you can find Lori in her sanctuary, aka the weight room at the gym. She also loves cupcakes, Thai food and classic rock music.
You can find Lori at:
S2 Ep6: Learning to be Humbitous at Work and in Life
Jocquice "Jae" Spikes is the founder of WiseHAT Consulting, a company that empowers women leaders who feel stuck and burned out in their careers, to find their voice and take back control to excel and generate real opportunities. She is the founder of the Humbitious Woman Academy, a virtual program designed to help women rebuild and take ownership of their careers. This 23+ year corporate leader is well known for being tenacious and passionate about helping women be bold and embrace their true selves. Jae is a recipient of the Career Communications Women of Color STEM Technology Rising Star Award for her outstanding professional achievements. She uses her training and experience to lead women to succeed by teaching them how to change their HAT (Habits, Associations, and Thoughts), to enhance their career.
Jocquie's new book - Humbitious Woman - How to Self Promote in the Workplace Without Feeling Like Your Bragging.
Her podcast - www.humbitiouswomanpodcast.com
Get a complimentary Discovery Call - wisehatconsulting.com
S2 Ep5: Managing Menopause at Work
Our favourite menopause warrior is back to talk all about menopause at work! Teresa Isabel Dias is a pharmacist with 25 years of professional experience. She’s in post menopause now but during her perimenopause, her mood swings were so intense her son asked her if she was bipolar. She became a Menopause Practitioner (NCMP) certified by the North American Menopause Society and founded MenopausED, a virtual women’s health practice, to help women navigate the stages of menopause and live a vibrant and productive life. Teresa is breaking the last health taboo in the workplace - menopause. She’s delivered education and training to the Universities of Waterloo, Toronto, and Brock, Maple Leaf Foods, Stantec, and other major employers.
You can find Teresa here: https://menopaused.org/
S2 Ep1: Why Supporting Women at Work is Good Business
This season I’m talking all about the issues facing midlife and older women in the workplace. According to recent research, the biggest employee loss threat to companies in 2022 is the departure of female mid-level managers (most of whom are in midlife and beyond). Only 68% of women recently surveyed plan to stay in their current roles – a drop of 22 points in only one year. C-suite women are leaving at the highest rate of all. Organizations with many midlife female leaders, or those who are trying to fill the growing employee shortage, should take notice. Join me and my guests this season as we explore what it takes to help women thrive at work.
S2 Ep4: I Move, Therefore I Think
Lara is a mum, entrepreneur, NeuroLeadership coach, fitness coach & head of community for Shine 4women. In this episode, we talked about women's health, our amazing "kit" and the power of women in midlife. You can find Lara at https://www.shine4women.com/
S2 Ep3: What Employers Don't Know About Their Female Talent
Cheryl Cooper is an accomplished IT professional and small business owner with 20+ years of experience in IT management consulting, leadership, coaching, performing ERP system implementations (worldwide) and entrepreneurship. Cheryl is known for her ability to:Act as a liaison between stakeholders, leadership and technical teams. Transform critical business processes into easy-to-implement strategies. Be a gifted listener who has a knack for visualizing business concepts and turning them into beautiful websites and or online courses. Coach, collaborator and mentor women.
Cheryl is passionate about women’s empowerment and currently focuses on helping others:Design thriving online businesses, equipping them with simple to implement strategies, high performing easy to use online website design, course creation and podcasting systems (ie Kajabi, Blooprinted) Embrace successful lifestyles by incorporating consistent mindfulness, self-care/self-love and well-being practices.
Cheryl lives in Alpharetta, Georgia with her family where she practices Qigong, loves taking long walks in nature, cooking delicious gluten-free meals paired with amazing wine and hosts Women’s Empowerment events quarterly.
*episode note: To clarify, a billion women are in perimenopausal age and beyond (not all are actively in the menopausal transition)
S2 Ep2: Do Better, Go-Getter
Denise La’Salle brings over 20 years of experience as a Human Resources Executive and is a true mastermind for teaching others to understand the critical importance of goal setting. She is the founder and CEO of Do Better, Goal Getter, which she created to help business women take their dreams and turn them into goals to fulfil their life's purpose. She is insightful, empathetic, and, most importantly, deeply concerned about the growth and success of the women around her. If you find yourself feeling stuck, unfulfilled, limited, and are ready to tap into your full potential, Denise is available to keep you motivated and relentless towards attaining success. You can contact Denise at email@example.com.
Denise currently has an ebook out called the "3 Simple Principles to Goal Setting" and if you enter the code "Age Sister" you can purchase it for 50% off. https://dobetterbrand.samcart.com/products/3-simple-principles-to-goal-setting-ebookvupjx/
Season Two Trailer
We're looking forward to releasing season two of The Age Sister Podcast in January 2022. This season will be talking all about women at work, specifically the issues that face women in midlife and beyond.
S1 Ep7: Healing with Creativity
S1 Ep6: Menopause Essentials
Teresa Isabel Dias is a pharmacist with 25 years of professional experience. She’s in post menopause now but during her perimenopause her mood swings were so intense her son asked her if she was bipolar. She became a Menopause Practitioner (NCMP) certified by the North American Menopause Society and founded MenopausED, a virtual women’s health practice, to help women navigate the stages of menopause and live a vibrant and productive life. Teresa is breaking the last health taboo in the work place- menopause, and she’s delivered education and training to the Universities of Waterloo, Toronto, and Brock, Maple Leaf Foods, Stantec, and other major employers. She also has written and presented to several pharmacy associations.
S1 Ep5: The Sacred Sisterhood of Sexuality
April lives to empower women and has been doing so for over two decades. As a midwife, she has empowered women through one of the biggest transformations of their lives, their transition to motherhood. April is also an experienced coach and large group facilitator who inspires her community. She's committed to a continuous process of levelling up, and she's built her entire life around this principle. April has embraced and studied extensively the magical side of her sexuality for over 20 years and is now combining all of her talents into the Sacred Sisterhood of Sexuality, an online community of female-identified people to witness and encourage each other to embrace their authentic sexual selves. Join April in the Empowered Sexuality Summit April 26 - May 1
S1 Ep4: Because Dignity is Beautiful
Caroline creates wellness workshops and classes for individuals, corporations, and not for profits. Using modalities such as qi gong, yoga, personal training and group fitness, she believes breath work, movement and mindset can be healing and healthy for ones’ health journey. Using play and fun in workouts has her encouraging clients to explore their surroundings and what feels good. This includes barre, pole dance, aerial yoga and ballet body and play ground workouts. Caroline has been part of community initiatives including serving on the steering committee Carnegie Alley Health Fair in Vancouver’s DTES, teaching bunny yoga classes for Small Animal Rescue, co-founding Qi Day - free Qi Gong treatments and classes for seniors, and Beauty Night Society.
S1 Ep3: The Menopausal Expat
Jane is British married to a Mexican living in Mexico. She is also proudly menopausal. A qualified Coach and Mentor with 30+ years of supporting others to fulfil their potential, and an Intercultural Dialogue Facilitator. She's spent many years working in the UK in the arts and not for profit sector, in roles that enabled her to support marginalised and underrepresented groups to get a seat at the table. In 2020 she founded The Menopausal Expat to support women living an international life with menopause. She's all about finding the "thing" that rocks your boat and creating this next phase of your life as one to be the best you can. You can find more about Jane’s work at:
S1 Ep2: The Table of Life
Kay is an award-winning International Speaker, enthusiastic author and Midlife Strategist, whose clients love her straight-talking and no-nonsense practical holistic guidance in dealing with life at 50+. Kay’s books include: ‘The art of Midlife Stress Busting - Seven Steps to Declutter Your Mind Without Pills or Potions’ ‘How to Clean Your Home Organically - De-Stress Your Surroundings’ ‘Tips and Tricks for Stress-Free Downsizing - A Step by Step Guide to Moving On’ Kay is also a co-author of the six Kindle books in the ‘Quick Fix For’ series, and a contributing author to ‘Hot Women Rock’ and ‘A Journey of Riches’. Originally from Leeds, Yorkshire, the UK in her early 20’s she jumped on board a private yacht leaving Hull marina for sunnier shores in Spain. She refused to swim back. Kay lives a simple, stress-free life by the beach in Mallorca.
You can get Kay’s free Table of Life Guide at https://www.kaynewton.com/free-gift
S1 Ep1 : Happy, Healthy, Sober
An Introduction to Age Sister
Here's a little bit of information to let you know about the Age Sister podcast, launching in February 2021.