On a Mission is BACK, y'all. It is time for Season 3, and we're ready to bust the doors off. Today we are talking with Gabrielle Blair. You might know her from blogging and social media as Design Mom. She is a powerhouse in the world of blogging and design. She has six (!) children …
Wondering what it would be like to have a woman deacon at your Catholic parish? One who has a day job as a medical doctor? Let’s daydream together while we listen to Lydia Tinajero Deck. This is On a Mission - Episode 16! https://molleendupreedominguez.podomatic.com/rss2.xml Resources Lydia mentioned: Watch Lydia’s testimony as part of the Prayer …
If you’re like me, some days you just throw up your hands in frustration with the Catholic Church and just start cursing… before you do that today, it’s time to listen to Casey Stanton.
Today I’m talking with Anna Mahony. She is an activist with Moms Demand Action and a mother of two. In our conversation we talk about the organization, which she calls just “Moms” and how setting gun violence activism as a priority in her life has focused her public advocacy.
Did you ever come into prayer with so much heaviness, grief, or misery that you just couldn’t put it into words? You might just need Fran Pratt.
Today I’m talking with Cameron Bellm. About a year ago, she started publishing her writing on Instagram- and, y’all, it blew up!
Dr. Kellie McElhaney is the founding director of the Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. She started her career in banking, which she calls a heavily masculine industry, where women were compelled to exercise leadership in a masculine way. She is fighting the good fight in the corporate world to insist that yes - welcoming different skill sets, different personalities, different genders, and different ethnicities into the board room is not just a nice thing to do, but that it’s in fact good for the bottom line. Something business types like to hear 🙂 She’s the author of a book called Just Good Business.