Are you a women veteran who feels unseen and unheard? Do you struggle with finding your purpose after service? Sisters-in-Service is a podcast that gives women veterans the platform to talk about those exact issues and more. Hear from other veterans, military spouses and Veteran Service Organizations (VSO) just like you that have overcome their transition from the military. Every Tuesday this podcast encourages women veterans to stand up and be counted because as a group we have a voice. From your host - Cat Corchado - The Voice Connecting Women Veterans
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Dr Madeline Ann Lewis - On the Radio and Television!!
02/23/21 • 37 min
Dr Lewis is an Army veteran, author, speaker, career strategist and business consultant. So she knows how to be successful in life and business. Listen in as we navigate how women can be successful in business and life, how to start your own business and her journey in radio and television.Support the show
"Producer"Jaime Legagneur - Live, Love, Laugh and Zombies?
12/16/21 • 32 min
Producer Jaime ("Jemmy") Legagneur founded the Flint Stone Media Podcast Network as a Florida-focused set of shows aimed at positively impacting my local community. FSMPN is an organic and entertaining collection of podcasts that increases local innovation, explores the arts, and encourages collaboration through insights, information, and a lot of laughs. She is well versed in helping podcasters in getting started and staying motivated to keep their podcasts relevant.
On this episode, I wanted to know the personal side of Jaime. Even thought she is not a veteran, her expertise and insight is helping everyone including veterans to help people start and grow their podcast throughout her courses, ClubHouse, and Instagram.
Listen in as we do lots of laughing (I mean a lot) and discuss her love of zombies, and why she hates her right lung to her love of wanting to skydive but absolutely hates roller coasters. It was a fun podcast to say the least.
Producer Jaime Legagneur is the host and producer of her own show, Business in the Bedroom, and has grown her business producing podcasts and managing podcast networks. She first founded her business, Flint Stone Media, as a digital marketing firm before discovering podcasting in 2014 and launching her first show, Curve the Cube. She began working as a Production Coordinator for the Horse Radio Network in the summer of 2017, eventually working her way up to being their Production Manager. During this time, she honed her podcasting skills and began helping other independent podcasters launch shows, focusing Flint Stone Media to be a podcast production house and winning the 2017 “In Yo Face” podcasting award.
She spent the following years honing her podcasting expertise and founded the Florida Podcast Network in August 2017. A Floridian since 1982, creating a network centered around her home state was a natural fit. She then began growing her FPN vision into a reality, by helping local brands and businesses get into the space and propel Florida’s entrepreneurial prosperity forward through the power of podcasting! Horse Radio Network founder, Glenn “the Geek” Hebert, now travels around the State with Jaime as cohost for FPN’s flagship show, Finding Florida, and they also host Florida Podcasting News. Most recently, she launched People of Florida as her first solo show in over two years!
Since then, Jaime has also been the organizer of the Palm Beach Podcasters MeetUp group and the Director of The Wedding Biz Network. Most recently, Jaime earned the privilege of not only being the first Podcasting Instructor for the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, but also receiving Podfest‘s 2020 High Achiever Award.
Like most Floridians, though Jaime wasn’t BORN in the Sunshine State, she proudly claims it. After first living in Miami for a couple of years, her family moved north to Boca Raton, where she grew up. They planted roots there and witnessed the town develop around them.
Jaime attended Pine Crest Schools in Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale and then studied business at Tulane University (B.S. in Information Systems Management and Finance, minor in Psychology) and law at the University of Virginia.
And, you can find more professional info here: https://flintstonemedia.com/jaime. And, you can find more personal info here: jaimelegagneur.com. 😊😆
Toby Younis - Leaving a Legacy as an Encore Entrepreneur
09/28/21 • 36 min
Have you been contemplating being a content creator - i.e. podcast host, Youtube sensation or do a livestream event?
Do you think maybe it too late or your knowledge of technology is zero to none?
Well let me introduce you to Toby Younis aka as the "Encore Entrepreneur" .
Toby is a Army veteran who does livestream, podcasting and helps others learn their way around a studio and studio equipment.
He helps encore entrepreneurs and legacy livestreamers expand their social media presence using his creative campaign framework. He is a retired but very active encore entrepreneur. His interest is in helping other seniors make an impact using social media tools like live streaming, podcasting, blogging, and publishing books. Listen in as we chat about his Army career and how he got into content creation and leaving a legacy. He has produced and/or directed more than 50 television programs for Public Access Stations in Fairfax, Va, Miami, FL, San Francisco, CA, and Albuquerque, NM.
He is the co-author of the book - "A Gypsy's Kiss - A Treasure Hunt Adventure (Amazon) and an award-winning screenplay winning the coveted Women in Film Award for the narrative short film, "Scratching Kat".
09/14/21 • 36 min
Have you ever wondered why its so hard to find women services in your area?
DeAndria is the founder and executive director of the BattleBetty Foundation. After finding herself homeless in South Carolina and recognizing the huge gap in services for women veterans, she founded the BattleBetty Foundation to help fill in where other services have failed miserably.
She is a disabled Marine veteran who after several attempts to look for support and being told "no" by "veteran friendly organizations", decided to help herself and other women veterans with the BattleBetty Foundation - a place to get direct services, mental health support; and camaraderie with other female veterans. It serves the community by providing female hygiene kits, conducting peer-to-peer support sessions and through community outreach with the VETS-mas event .
Marie Celestin - Sacred Self Care Goddess - Planting Seeds of Wellness
09/07/21 • 45 min
Marie is on a mission to help stressed out women put themselves first on their to-do list.
She is a wellness coach and #1 International Best Selling author featured in the book 1 Habit to Thrive in a Post -Covid World.
She helps women go from b burnout and brain fog to practicing mindfulness, emotional eating to improving their eating habits and prioritizing self-care. Self-care is NOT an afterthought but an intentional mindfulness practice centered on joy.
Connect with Marie:
Order her book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B08TTRRJ3X
Thank you for following my journey as the host of Sisters-in-Service. You can find all my links at the following:
Beyond Military Sexual Trauma (MST) with Amy Street, Ph.D
08/24/21 • 29 min
Dr. Amy Street is the Deputy Director of the Women's Health Sciences Division of the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine. Dr Street's program of research focuses on the examination of sex and gender differences in traumatic stress exposure and stress-related disorders. Her work frequently examines military related stressors including military sexual harassment and assault and combat exposure.
Dr. Street services the Co-Director of WoVeN: The Women Veterans Network - a national peer support network designed to improve social support and quality of life by fostering connections among women veterans.
Elliott McKenzie - The RnB Vet
07/27/21 • 30 min
Elliott is a Marine and combat veteran who entered the service right after high school and spent 8 years in the Marines. After leaving the service, he realized that he may have PTSD, anxiety and depression. After being homeless for a short time, he harnessed his passion for music by song writing, singing and vocal arrangements and developing his own production company called Take notes Productions. He is known as the RnB Vet and his music can be found on all platforms. He released his debut single "Gunshots" in 2017 and his next single "Fight Back" released in Sept 2018. HIs debut album "Therapy Session'" is the start of his amazing journey in the music industry. #rnbvet
Instagram - @elliott_mckenzie
KP Phillips - Veteran, Podcast Host, Change Maker
08/10/21 • 37 min
This weeks interview is with KP Phillips - a fellow veteran and host of The Morning Formation podcast. We will discuss his why of going in the service, his expectations after leaving service and his transition and his why of starting a podcast. Take a listen to his podcast
on all podcast platforms.
Jane Babcock - The Walking Wikipedia of VA Benefits - Part 2
07/20/21 • 15 min
Here we are continuing our conversation with Jane about Women's services at the VA,
transitioning veterans and military spouses, finding your VSO and the difference between a VSO Claims person and a VSO representative.
09/21/21 • 37 min
Mia is a an Air Force Veteran and uses her skills to implement her knowledge of processes improvement for organizations. She is also the CEO of WDOT, LLC - a women's organization with a mission to inspire, cultivate and empower women professionally and personally through education, encouragement and influence.
How many episodes does Sisters-in-Service have?
Sisters-in-Service currently has 120 episodes available.
What topics does Sisters-in-Service cover?
The podcast is about Society & Culture, Military, Personal Journals and Relationships.
What is the most popular episode on Sisters-in-Service?
The episode title 'Dr Madeline Ann Lewis - On the Radio and Television!!' is the most popular with 2 listens, 1 ratings and 1 comments/reviews.
What is the average episode length on Sisters-in-Service?
The average episode length on Sisters-in-Service is 35 minutes.
How often are episodes of Sisters-in-Service released?
Episodes of Sisters-in-Service are typically released every 7 days.
When was the first episode of Sisters-in-Service?
The first episode of Sisters-in-Service was released on Oct 6, 2020.
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