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Dose of Togetherness with Bitch Talk Podcast

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Dose of Togetherness with Bitch Talk Podcast

Monday, August 17

12:00pm-1:00pm PDT

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We're in a moment where we have more time than we used to. What do you do with it? How can you leverage it to become what you want? Join the Founders of the Bitch Talk Podcast for an enlightening.

The women of the Bitch Talk Podcast, Erin Lim and Angela Tabora, will share their story of timing and pursuing their passion during the time of the COVID pandemic. Join the conversation and bring your passion with you.

There will be a guided meditation from life coach Meredith Bell focused on grounding you to this moment in time and ends with breakout groups.

Bitch Talk Podcast has been hosted and produced by women of color since 2013. No topic is off-limits, especially when the whiskey starts to flow. Coming straight from the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, Bitch Talk is intended for all ears. With more than 400 episodes available for download, enjoy interviews from politicians, actors, directors, comedians, musicians, and more. Even if you just want a little basic bitching—we’ve got you covered.

Meredith Bell is a positive, intuitive, and action-oriented partner to individuals who want to live more impactful and personally meaningful lives. Through her coaching, she helps people identify how to contribute their talents to work that matters, show up authentically and confidently in their work and relationships, and nurture personally fulfilling lives outside of work. Meredith previously led HR and US Operations for the award-winning social enterprise MyAgro, designed sustainability & social impact education for Net Impact, and conducted research on leadership of social movements and activist organizations at Stanford. Having seen firsthand the struggles that even passionate, talented individuals can face in the impact sector, she’s committed to supporting these leaders to work toward change in a way that’s both impactful and personally sustainable.

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Health/Wellness Interactive Ritual Lecture/Panel/Conversation