Women are the Glue that Hold Society Together - Join Us for Their Stories
Family members, neighbors, teachers, mentors... all have helped to shape the strong, independent women we see today... but that doesn't mean that life hasn't come with its own set of struggles, pitfalls, and setbacks. In fact, those are what make us stronger so that we can overcome the next hurdle!
In an effort to share in that solidarity, we created the Women STaRs Podcast, where we interview strong, determined women about their Struggles, Triumphs, and Reflections on life and career. Interviews are full of inspiration, encouragement, helpful tips, and precious moments of "that's just what I needed to hear."
On the latest episode of the Women STaRs Podcast, we're speaking with Barbara Daniel, publisher and editor of the Cleveland Women’s Journal. Barbara has faced her share of struggles over the years, from suing the City of Columbus for sex discrimination (and winning) to take the civil service exam, to enrolling in college at the age of 40, caring for loved ones in times of sickness, her own battle with a highly aggressive form of breast cancer, and graduating with her Master’s degree at the age of 60. Barbara is no stranger to struggle, hard work, determination, and triumph.
Join us as Barbara shares her story of love and loss, the strength she found by taking refuge in faith and prayer, learning the truth about the inequality between women and men, and harnessing the power to be true to herself. Barbara shares how it’s never too late to start your own business, and how women need to have the courage to ask for what they want – whether it’s a promotion or an opportunity. Join us as Barbara shares this and more on this week’s episode of the Women STaRs Podcast.