It was obvious we needed each other.
Jessica started her podcast to see if she could grow her online business. Someone invited her on a podcast and instantly she was hooked. She wanted to be a guest on more, but when she took a look at business shows, she found that they were a lot of “young, white dudes interviewing other young, white dudes.” Exasperated, she started her first podcast and instantly gravitated to other women who were also podcasting then.
After attending a conference, she started a Facebook group called “Women Who Podcast” and added the other amazing women podcasters she spent time with, including Elsie Escobar. Little did she know that Elsie was a podcasting veteran who knew TONS of women who wanted to join the group, and she had been thinking about starting a women's podcasting group.
To make a long story short, Elsie had some amazing ideas, Jess was great at helping them come to life. Together they are dedicated to helping women overcome whatever obstacles stand in their way in order to be able to express themselves, specifically through the medium of podcasting.
- In leading with integrity
- In providing a space where women lift each other up
- In respectful debate
- In inclusion and diversity
- In being mindful of our carbon footprint
- That Every. Voice. Matters.
ACCESS FOR ALL
We are always seeking ways to create more accessibility – for our podcasts, for technology, for anyone who wishes to listen that currently doesn’t have the means.
We don’t just podcast. We read and report the latest in industry news, information, changes, and best practices.
We’ve worked incredibly hard to cultivate feelings of trust, support, inclusion and safety in our group. Members have said it’s the one place they feel safe to ask anything related to their show.
We want to make sure you have access to the most up-to-date knowledge there is, whether it’s us teaching or one of our many colleagues.