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23 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
Tinisha Bonaby aka Freight Train
In this episode, Ocean and Emma from Liberty Hill Jr. High in Liberty Hill, Texas talk with Tinisha Bonaby, aka Freight Train. They discuss roller skating and derby, getting to all 50 states, and dreams for the future.
20 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
In this episode Ashlyn Jarvis & Gabby Vargas from Liberty Hill Jr. High speak with Dr. Kaela Thurman, nurse practitioner and owner of Care First primary care and urgent care center in Liberty Hill, Texas.
42 minutes | May 10, 2021
Welcome to the AGC podcast! This episode was recorded at Glenn High School in Leander, Texas. This episode features Trinity Edgar and Norah Barry from GHS and Karyn Storts-Brinks.
29 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Welcome to the AGC podcast! Our 31st episode was recorded at Leander High School in Leander, Texas. This episode features Nicole Santiago Rojas from LHS and Tracey Flores, Assistant Professor of Language and Literacy at the University of Texas at Austin and Founder of Somos Escritoras. The conversation in this episode is in both English and Spanish.
30 minutes | Sep 15, 2020
Judge Donna King
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 30! In this episode, Brenna and Hannah at Liberty Hill Junior High School speak with Judge Donna King, judge of Williamson County’s 26th district court and administrator of Williamson County’s Mask Brigade. The girls and Donna discuss the difficult decisions required in her job, how it's okay to change your mind as your learn more, and one of our greatest inspirations, Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This episode was recorded during the pandemic while the girls were at home.
38 minutes | Jun 23, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 29! In this episode, Bren and Madelena at Liberty Hill Junior High School, speak with Tara Chapman, beekeeper and founder of Two Hives Honey in Austin, Texas. Tara and the girls talk about working in Afghanistan and Pakistan, our daily impact in the world, and the importance of the queen bee.
16 minutes | Jun 15, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 28! In this episode, Olivia and Grace at Cedar Park Middle School, speak with Karli Isiyel, a designer in Austin, Texas. Karli and the girls talk about the importance of enjoying the journey, deciding to do it afraid, and Texas queso.
47 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 27! In this episode, Haya and Lyndee at Leander High School, speak with Nikki Casadei, salon owner and stylist in Austin, Texas. Nikki and the girls talk about being a survivor, looking at ourselves honestly, and having the courage to make difficult decisions for our own wellbeing. At All Girls Considered, we believe everyone's story matters. We believe that opening a dialogue brings us closer to one another and opens our minds to new ideas. Occasionally, our content may contain references to difficult issues like sexual assault or violence. We'll always try to give you a heads-up first, but feel free to take care of yourself by opting out of an episode or asking someone you love and trust to sit with you while you listen.
31 minutes | May 27, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 26! In this episode, Lauren and Josie at Fulbright Junior High School, speak with Kassie Misiewicz, founder of Trike Theatre in Northwest Arkansas. Kassie and the girls talk about finding your voice onstage, where inspiration comes from, and the importance of trying all the things.
10 minutes | May 20, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 25! In this episode, Jasmine and Reanza at Glenn High School, speak with Valerie Kromas, a videogame designer in the Bay Area.
27 minutes | May 12, 2020
Jennifer y Blanca
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 24! In this episode, Citlali and Janet at Springdale High School in Springdale, Arkansas speak with Jennifer and Blanca, founders of the brand 2 Locas. This is our first episode in both English and Spanish!
13 minutes | May 5, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 23! In this episode, the girls at Cedar Park Middle School speak with film production designer, Leila Dallal.
20 minutes | Apr 28, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 22! In this episode, the girls at Wiley Middle School in Leander, Texas speak with Catherine Melvin, Chief Auditor of Texas Department of Public Safety. The girls and Catherine discuss the importance of family, hard work, and perseverance.
21 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 21! In this episode, Gabriella and Monique at Liberty Hill Jr. High speak with Shantelle Dunn Brannon, Williamson County Emergency Management Services Deputy Director. The girls and Shantelle discuss being the first woman in Williamson County to have her position, making sure you have a seat at the table, and the early stages of the pandemic. This episode was recorded the Friday before the girls left school for Spring Break and then did not return due to COVID-19.
38 minutes | Apr 14, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 20! In this episode, the girls at Crossroads Prep High School talk with Ambereen Shaffie, an environment and energy attorney based in Washington D.C.. The girls and Ambereen discuss organizing to create change, growing up feeling different, and the parallels between how we treat the earth and how we treat women. This is powerful episode about the importance of empowered women and girls, and one we all need right now.
19 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 19! In this episode, the girls at Crossroads Prep High School in Kansas City talk with Deborah Jones, co-owner of Jones BBQ and one of the only two female pitmasters in Missouri. The girls and Deborah discuss knowing your strength, having a backup plan, and being on a famous TV show.
26 minutes | Mar 11, 2020
Welcome to Season 4, Ep. 18! In this episode, Ashlee, Audri, and Bella at Crossroads Prep High School in Kansas City, Missouri have a conversation with tech innovator, Kai Frazier. The girls and Kai discuss the limitations of the traditional classroom, how the places we grow up shape our lives, and the importance of measuring ourselves by our own standards.
13 minutes | Mar 4, 2020
In Season 4, Ep. 17, the girls at Cedar Park Middle School in Central Texas speak with local music teacher, Radha Windham. The girls and Radha talk about music, running all parts of a business, and when people don't take young women seriously.
13 minutes | Feb 26, 2020
In Season 4, Ep. 16, the girls at Leander High School in Leander, Texas speak with Caitlin Martin, a teacher and poet. The conversation is about the way we talk about and to ourselves, and the power in finding your own magic.
18 minutes | Feb 19, 2020
In Season 4, Ep. 15, the girls at Wiley Middle School in Leander, Texas speak with teacher, Ms. Wijeweera (or Ms. Wije, if you're in the know). The conversation is about voice - what happens when you have one and when you lose it. It's literal, it's metaphorical, it's all you want in a podcast episode between women and girls.
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