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All Girls Roar- The Podcast

All Girls Roar- The Podcast

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All Girls Roar shines a spotlight on trailblazers, ordinary people doing extraordinary things. We find out about their inspiration, challenges and motivations.
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#4 All Girls Roar- The Podcast - The Sports and Human Rights Advocate Amazin LeThi

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#9 All Girls Roar- The Podcast The Rally Racing Driver Khyati Mody
No good ever came from bunking off school was something I heard growing up all the time. However that wasn't the case for Khyati Mody. In fact it was bunking off school that led her to discovering a new passion and skills in driving. As a child racing was always something Khyati loved, that and Michael Schumacher and his red Ferrari and it is here her love affair with driving began. It was bunking off school to go karting that led to a chance encounter with India's multiple national champion Rayomand Banajee. He spotted her potential and took her under his wing to coach her. From karting, she progressed to formula racing, autocross, and cross country and rally. At 22 Khyati Mody, decided to press the accelerator and live her dreams of making a professional career in rally driving. In our conversation Khyati talks about some of the reactions she has faced from male drivers, including one who refused to take his podium place after she beat him. She also talks about her plans to race in Europe and how she wants to use her platform to encourage more women to take up the sport. You can find Khyati on the following platforms: Instagram- @thekhyatimody Please do subscribe, review and rate us. You can find us on Instagram @allgirlsroar and Twitter @allgirlsroar We would love to get some more ratings and reviews- they really make a difference.
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August 24, 2021
#8 All Girls Roar- The Podcast The Badass Mother Runner Bev Logan
Like many people I hated PE at school and it turns out so did my guest this week- the fantastic and inspiring  founder of The Badass Mother Runners Club Bev Logan.  So how did someone who hated sport so much end up creating an online community for runners? Bev Logan set up Badass Mother Runners when she was in the depths of depression and now has a thriving community of runners from all walks of life supporting each other through their running journeys. In our conversation Bev talks about what led her to set up The Badass Mother Runners Club and how she's so proud of the community which started at her kitchen table and offers genuine support without judgement to so many people. We also touch on the #WEWILL campaign raising awareness of harassment of women runners and how women and young girls are often conditioned from a young age to look out for their safety in a way their male counterparts never have to. Bev is hilarious fun, honest, humble and was a joy to talk to. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did. You can find Bev on the following platforms: www.badassmotherrunners.co.uk www.facebook.com/badassmotherrunners www.instagram.com/badass_mother_runners_club Please do subscribe, review and rate us. You can find us on Instagram @allgirlsroar and Twitter @allgirlsroar We would love to get some more ratings and reviews- they really make a difference.
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August 10, 2021
#7 All Girls Roar- The Podcast- Living through a Military Coup in Myanmar Kaye Lin
Imagine a day when without warning your electricity is cut off, you have no access to the internet and police can enter your house and arrest you without a reason. That is what life is like during a military coup.  Journalist and communications expert Kaye Lin knows first hand after experiencing this during her last visit to Myanmar. This podcast episode is a nod to Kaye's love of the country she was born in. She talks about growing up in Myanmar and how the country had changed when she returned years later. In our conversation Kaye talks about the melting pot of cultures, the hope and opportunity of Myanmar and the Myanmar Dream. Please do subscribe, review and rate us. You can find us on Instagram @allgirlsroar and Twitter @allgirlsroar We would love to get some more ratings and reviews- they really make a difference.
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July 26, 2021
#6 All Girls Roar- The Podcast- The GB and England Rifle Shooter Ruth Mwandumba
What does a British rifle shooter look like? I bet the image you have in your head is nothing like shooting star Ruth Mwandumba and that's why All Girls Roar were thrilled to have her on the show. Ruth is breaking barriers as one of the very few black athletes in competitive shooting, She became the first black person to represent her country and hopes to inspire others to take up the sport. In our conversation Ruth talks about how she was first introduced to the sport and why she loves it so much. She also touches on some of the challenges she has faced with negative stereotyping and a lack of diversity in the sport. She also talks about her role models and how she feels about being a role model. Ruth hopes to increase diversity within shooting sports across the UK and has been working alongside British Shooting to make this a reality. Whilst training Ruth also is studying for a PhD in Epidemiology. You can find Ruth on Instagram @ruthmwandumba and on Twitter @ruthMwandumba  Please do subscribe, review and rate us. You can find us on Instagram @allgirlsroar and Twitter @allgirlsroar We would love to get some more ratings and reviews- they really make a difference.
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July 12, 2021
#5 All Girls Roar- The Podcast- The Train Driver Heather Waugh
Why are there still so few women in the rail industry? As Scotland's only female freight train driver, Heather Waugh opens up about the opportunities for women in the rail industry and how there's a place for everyone in the industry. Heather drove passenger trains for 15 years before switching to freight trains and talks about unconsciously trying not to bring attention to herself as a way of conforming in the industry and the journey she has been on to use her voice more to encourage women to think about careers in the industry. Heather unravels some of the myths around careers in rail and explains why diverse workplaces can only benefit everyone. You can find Heather on Instagram @waugh.heather and on Twitter @heather_waugh Please do subscribe, review and rate us. You can find us on Instagram @allgirlsroar and Twitter @allgirlsroar We would love to get some more ratings and reviews- they really make a difference.
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June 28, 2021
#4 All Girls Roar- The Podcast - The Sports and Human Rights Advocate Amazin LeThi
Meet Amazin Lethi, a global Vietnamese LGBTQ sports and human rights advocate and a former competitive bodybuilder. Breaking barriers and all the rules Amazin shares how sports has shaped her life through adversity. Amazin talks candidly about growing up as a transracial adoptee in a white household that didn't really embrace her heritage, and reveals some of the racism she encountered as a child., how having an athlete's mindset helped her to overcome homelessness and challenging periods in her life and why she is so passionate about LGBTQ and Asian visibility in sports organisations. Amazin talks about how East Asian voices are often invisible in terms of the broader community and  how representation needs to be reflected at the top of organisations as well as in the lower levels. The conversation with Amazin, is honest, eye-opening and inspiring. You can find Amazin on Instagram @amazinlethi and on Twitter @@amazinlethi Please do subscribe, review and rate us. You can find us on Instagram @allgirlsroar and Twitter @allgirlsroar We would love to get some more ratings and reviews- they really make a difference.
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June 14, 2021
#3 All Girls Roar- The Podcast - The Aspiring Astronaut Abigail Harrison
Aspiring astronaut Abigail Harrison also known as Astronaut Abby is on a mission literally to make it to Mars. She has spent over a decade working towards this goal and along the way inspiring young people interested in space and STEM. She has received numerous awards and accolades for her work and dedication, including recognition as one of Forbes’ 2019 30 Under 30. She has now also turned her talents to writing a book called Dream Big! How To Reach For Your Stars" to help as many young people as possible start reaching for their own stars. She has also founded a non- profit organisation The Mars Generation inspiring millions around the world about the importance of STEM and space. In our conversation Abby talks about about her passions and dreams and also touches on some of the challenges she has faced and how she has dealt with them. She is passionate about helping young people to explore careers in the space industry and talks abut why representation is so important to her. You can find Abby on Instagram @astronautabbyofficial and on Twitter @@AstronautAbby Please do subscribe, review and rate us. You can find us on Instagram @allgirlsroar and Twitter @allgirlsroar
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May 31, 2021
#2 All Girls Roar- The Podcast The Explorer Lucy Shepherd
From mountain ranges to rainforests Lucy Shepherd is an adventurer extraordinaire.  She's a mountaineer, Arctic explorer and Jungle survivor all rolled into one. In this episode Lucy charts her career, and we explored her motivations, fears and hopes for the future. Lucy opens up about near-death experiences what it means to be brave and also gives some top tips about how you can bring a little adventure into your life.  You can find Lucy on Instagram @lucysheps and on Twitter @Lucysheps Subscribe, review and rate us. You can find us on Instagram @allgirlsroar and Twitter @allgirlsroar 
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May 17, 2021
#1 All Girls Roar- The Podcast - The Race Engineer Leena Gade
I talk to incredible trailblazers who share their stories, challenges and motivations. Be inspired by their journeys and learn how they achieved their goals In Episode One- we meet Leena Gade, Multimatic’s Vehicle Dynamics Centre Manager & Race Engineer. She's also lead Audi to victory in Le Mans In 2011, becoming the first female race engineer to win the 24 hours race. She and her team won again in 2012 and 2014. In this episode she talks about navigating her career, dealing with disappointment, resilience, being a role model and how engineering can help shape the future. So kick back and enjoy this insightful conversation.
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May 04, 2021