Ep. 44: Building & Maintaining a Network, with Career Coach & Speaker, Alyson Garrido
Ep. 43: Nisha, Creator of RainbowPlantLife & Director of Content, Hungryroot
Meet Alyson, a Career Coach & Speaker
Alyson Garrido is passionate about helping professionals advance their careers and find jobs they will enjoy. As a career coach, she partners with her clients to identify their strengths and create a path toward a more fulfilling career.
Ep. 42: Toni, Entrepreneur, Visibility Strategist, Speaker & Author
Meet Nisha, Creator of RainbowPlantLife & Director of Content, Hungryroot
Nisha Vora is a food blogger, food photographer, content creator, and the face behind RainbowPlantLife, a popular vegan Instagram account, blog, and YouTube channel. After graduating from Harvard Law School and working as a lawyer for nearly five years, she turned in her casebooks for cookbooks and launched a career in her dream world of food.
Ep. 41: Starting a new career with no 'experience?' How Erin learned the language of the profession before making a career transition
Meet Toni, she is an award-winning entrepreneur, visibility strategist, speaker and author.
With over 20 years of public relations experience, Toni is known for garnering high-level exposure and her unique approach to building big brand awareness. Her work has landed her clients on The Today Show, The Food Network, USA Today, LA Times, and O Magazine, to name a few.
Ep. 40: New Things Are Coming to Permission to Grow
Erin taught as an early childhood special education teacher before transitioning into a new field as a learning specialist in a hospital setting. Join us for this weeks first technical episode where we quickly break down some helpful tips to help you learn the language and/or gain experience in a field where you are technically brand new to the space.
Ep. 39: Getting Unstuck with Kelsie Brunick
New things are coming to Permission to Grow - listen to this weeks episode to learn what's on the horizon for this community!
Ep. 38: Meghan, Entrepreneur & Digital Project Manager
Meet Kelsie, Creator & Host of Permission to Grow
Kelsie is the creator and host of Permission to Grow, a weekly podcast focused on women in career transition, having conversations with each other to learn how we can eliminate the ideas of who we should be and instead give ourselves permission to grow!
Ep. 37: Didi, Clinical Therapist (LMSW)
Meet Meghan, Entrepreneur & Digital Project Manager
Meghan Dicklin knows it’s possible to run a business and raise a family without losing your mind, but very much acknowledges it take a lot of work and a great support system. She has lived at the intersection of marketing, business operations, and innovation for over a decade and uses this expertise to create more time, more wealth, and more connections for business owners raising young children.
Ep. 36: Abby, Health Educator & Freelance Writer
Meet Didi, Clinical Therapist
"Yá’át’ééh, shi eiya Didi Josea yinishye. Honágháahnii nishli, Dibéłzhíní bashishchiin. Tódich'ii'nii dashicheii, Tódich'ii'nii dashinali.
Hello, my name is Didi Josea. I am of the One-Who-Walks-Around clan, born for the Black Sheep clan. My maternal grandfather is the Bitter Water clan, my paternal grandfather is also of the Bitter Water clan. As a Clinical Therapist, I offer guidance to those suffering from substance use and mental health disorders in a facility that offers medically-supervised detox services alongside a two-week comprehensive psychological, psychiatric, and medical assessment.
Ep. 35: Rachael, Social Good Strategist & the Founder of Defining: Good
Meet Abby, a Health Educator and Freelance Writer
Abby is a health educator and freelance writer currently living in Washington, DC.
The best career decision she's ever made was quitting her job. When she’s not trying to make the world a healthier place, you can find her taking selfies with her cats (Mila and Rupert), hunting down the best-grilled cheese, or picking up every penny she sees because they remind her of her grandfather.
Meet Rachael, Social Good Strategist & Founder of Defining: Good.
Rachael Parker-Chavez is a Social Good Strategist and the Founder of Defining: good, which exists to inspire and equip passionate people to generate positive impact through business. She helps business owners create purpose-filled brands and authentic nonprofit partnerships; working with business owners one-one-one and through digital tools and resources.