What is Community Mental Health, Exactly? || Growing up in Chile for the majority of her life, Lindsey brings a diverse and bicultural set of skills and experiences to her current work as a clinical social worker for Saint Anthony Hospital’s Community Wellness Program. Lindsey works in the community mental health field providing free counseling services to Spanish speaking, uninsured adults. Tune in today as Rachel and Lindsey talk about this specific line of work, the impact she has on her community, and where she’s dreaming of traveling to next.
Meet the Founder of Tribe Alive || Carly Burson is the CEO and Founder of lifestyle brand Tribe Alive, a marketplace for gorgeous jewelry, accessories, and, most recently, apparel, all of which is made by female artisans from Guatemala, Haiti, India, Honduras, and beyond. Tribe Alive was born from a desire to provide safe work environments, dependable income, and the power for women to determine their own futures. Join Rachel as she talks with Carly about how she built her line, how travel influences her vision, and where she likes to eat tacos in her hometown of Fort Worth.
The Arise Box, A New Way Consumers Can Make a Difference || We’re back from our summer break! Today we’re talking with Cassidy Perry, who believes that everyone can make a positive difference in the world in either big or small ways. Because of that belief, she created and launched The Arise Box, an ethical subscription box that benefits human trafficking survivors. Her hope is to introduce people to ethical options for everyday items while empowering survivors to reconnect with their innate worthiness. Listen in as Rachel chats with Cassidy about the concept behind her business, her inspiration for her project, and the fun ways she likes to spend her free time.
One Year Anniversary! || We’re celebrating one year of podcasting! Join Rachel Brown and Allie Marie Smith as they discuss insights they’ve gleaned from co-hosting the past 44 episodes of the Wonderfully Made podcast. They share what their guests have taught them and lessons they’ve learned about God and themselves.
On Hospitality & Life in the Restaurant Industry || Join us today as Rachel interviews Erin Pommer, the Director of Events at Frasca Food & Wine and Pizzeria Locale, both based in Boulder, Colorado. Erin talks about what hospitality means to her, how she got her start in the restaurant industry, and what food-related goals she has for the future. This episode will make you hungry and oh-so-inspired!