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GIRLS CHRONICALLY ROCK PODCAST

GIRLS CHRONICALLY ROCK PODCAST

By Keisha Greaves
GIRLS CHRONICALLY ROCK WILL DISCUSS EVERYTHING THAT COMES TO HER MIND, WHETHER IT IS TALKING ABOUT HER MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY, DATING, UPCOMING EVENTS, AND OF COURSE HER BUSINESS GIRLS CHRONICALLY ROCK.
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Fashionably Tardy-by NATALIE TREVONNE & LISSA LOE
Keisha Greaves is our first Stiletto Award Nominee, and she is here to set the record straight! Girls Chronically Rock! Her mission to make her mark on the world through adaptive fashion is contagious, so join us as we take you through the journey. Kiesha owns a non-profit, Trust Your Abilities, and a business and clothing line, Girls Chronically Rock. She has even begun work with her alma mater to give college students an opportunity to design adaptive fashion in the classroom, and she has big hopes to expand this effort. Girls Chronically Rock is a movement! To make a purchase or learn more, visit https://www.girlschronicallyrock.com, or on IG @GirlsChronically_Rock, or on Twitter @GirlsChronical1. Also check out Trust Your Abilities at https://www.trustyourabilities.org. To stay up to date with everything that Kiesha is working on, search for Kiesha Greaves on Facebook and LinkedIn. This episode was brought to you by the FT dream team, which consists of Natalie Trevonne – Creative Director, Lissa Loe – Producer, Mia S. – Graphic Designer, Jeremy Jeffers – Theme Song Creator, and Gold Fingaz – the best sound engineer around! Stay connected with us on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter @FTOnTheScene! Also, check out the artists who provided music for this episode. “Discover” by Ikson | https://soundcloud.com/ikson | https://www.instagram.com/iksonofficial | https://www.facebook.com/iksonmusic | https://twitter.com/Iksonofficial “Adventure” by Ehrling | https://soundcloud.com/ehrling | https://www.instagram.com/ehrlingoffi... | https://www.facebook.com/ehrlingmusic All content © 2021 Fashionably Tardy.
18:33
April 3, 2021
Rocking Chronic Illness with Keisha Greaves-By Kristy Martin
Rocking Chronic Illness with Keisha Greaves Keisha Greaves is a motivational speaker, the founder of Girls Chronically Rock, and the Massachusetts State Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Girls Chronically Rock (www. girlschronicallyrock.com) offers inspired fashion celebrating Muscular Dystrophy and other chronic illnesses. Over the past few years, Keisha has been featured in Good Morning America, Today Show, WCVB Chronicle, ABC News, Thrive Global, Politico, Improper Bostonian, Boston Voyager, Herself 360, Liz on Biz, among other outlets on and offline. One of Keisha’s proudest moments is being featured In Today Style Heroes among other celebrities such as: Gabrielle Union, Drew Barrymore, Debra Messing and more. Another proud moment of Keisha is being featured on Channel 5 ABC Chronicle sharing her story. She’s lent her voice to audiences at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Center in Charlestown, Massachusetts General Hospital, the Boston Muscle Walk, local “Fill the Boot” events, Cambridge City Hall, and Girl’s Night Out for Muscular Dystrophy – a Boston-area fundraising event held by NextonScene. In this episode of The Self Project Podcast: * What Muscular Dystrophy is, specifically Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy * Not knowing how your body is going to feel every day * How Keisha balances chronic illness with everyday life * Symptoms of Muscular Dystrophy and how Keisha was diagnosed during grad school * The importance of a community that gets what you are going through * Keisha’s work in adaptive fashion for those with disabilities Where to find Keisha: Visit her website: www.girlschronicallyrock.com Visit the website for her non-profit, Trust Your Abilities www.trustyourabilities.org Find her on Instagram: www.instagram.com/girlschronically_rock www.instagram.com/trust_your_abilities_ Find her on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/keisha-greaves-7a1000b Find her on Facebook: www.facebook.com/keishagreaves Check out her podcast: www.anchor.fm/keisha-greaves Podcast Platforms and Links: Apple Podcast Link: bit.ly/theselfprojectstudioapple Spotify Podcast Link: bit.ly/theselfprojectstudiospotify Google Podcast Link: bit.ly/theselfprojectstudiogoogle Podbean Podcast Link: bit.ly/theselfprojectstudiopodbean The social media platforms that I advertise on are: Website: www.theselfprojectstudio.com/podcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/theselfprojectstudio Instagram: www.instagram.com/_kristymartin As well as my email list!
00:59
January 5, 2021
Make Meaning Podcast-By Lynn Golodner-Interviewed Keisha Greaves
When many people receive life-altering medical news, they don’t see it as an opportunity. Keisha Greaves does. As the founder of Girls Chronically Rock and an inspiring advocate for the disability community, Keisha embraced her situation and let it motivate her to live her best life. In the latest episode of the Make Meaning Podcast, Keisha speaks with host Lynne Golodner about being diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy while in graduate school and using such initially devastating news as motivation to start the fashion brand she’d always dreamed of. In this episode, Lynne and Keisha Greaves discuss: Muscular Dystrophy Why it’s never good to Google diagnoses & symptoms The changing nature of fashion Why it’s ok to wear sweatpants in a pandemic – and any time Recycling clothes Adaptive clothing Face masks as fashion Links and Resources Girls Chronically Rock “Sweatpants Forever,” New York Times, August 6, 2020 Betsey Johnson Aldo Shoes Tufts Medical Center Weight Watchers Zappo’s
27:26
December 28, 2020
Kae's Son (Eric) & Friends! (Wayne & Byron)-Interview with Brooklyn Incubator
On this Radio Show, I was interviewed by Byron about being apart of the Brooklyn Incubator founded By Rafael and Maria of Brooklyn, New York. In this interview, we discuss the upcoming fundraiser for the Brooklyn Incubator happening online on Wednesday, December 16th from 6-7pm.  You can purchase a ticket here at :https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brooklyn-fashion-incubators-2020-virtual-fundraiser-tickets-130036120537
01:00:16
December 11, 2020
Guest Keisha Greaves Girls Chronically Rock-with GIRLS GONE GAB with Mackenzie and Cierra!
This week we sit down with founder & CEO of Girls Chronically Rock, Keisha Greaves to talk about the challenges of living with muscular dystrophy, how she has used her diagnosis to help others through her love of fashion, and how people of all abilities can be allies for the disability community. You won't want to miss this special guest. We also include a quick Bachelorette commentary & explain why Cierra goes MIA in this episode. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/19-guest-keisha-greaves-girls-chronically-rock/id1522942519?i=1000499579380 https://www.girlschronicallyrock.com https://trustyourabilities.org/
01:00:13
December 4, 2020
Create a brand that sparks a movement-By Jasmine Clarke-Blackxecutive
When Keisha Greaves was diagnosed with a chronic illness at the height of her college studies, she found herself immersed in a journey of self-acceptance. Little did she know she would soon create a brand that would not only uplift her spirits but create a movement for those across the world experiencing the same. In this episode, Founder and CEO of Girls Chronically Rock, Keisha talks about coming to terms with her chronic illness, continuing her dreams of pursuing fashion, and being an activist for black disabled lives. Keisha Geaves, Founder and CEO of Girls Chronically Rock Gems from this convo: Changes in your personal life don’t have to affect your career and business goals. Find a way to adapt. Create for people like you. If you need a product, someone else does too. Create it. Sell it. Build a community around it. Use your story about your business, the cause, and your purpose to empower someone who may be going through the same struggles. Make choices that are good for all consumers, not just the ones you immediately think of. Adaptive fashion is a great example of how friendly fashion is good for all consumers not just some. Confidence is a muscle. Flex it in whatever ways you need to feel a boost. Seek and find the mental health resources you need to be a healthy business owner. Owning a business is a lot, especially if you’re doing it alone. Talk to someone. Find and support entrepreneurs on a similar path as you. When someone wins. We all win. Resources referenced in this conversation: Girls Chronically Rock The Fears of a Black Disabled Woman in America How to be an ally Women Helping Women Entrepreneurs Facebook Group Want to add Keisha to your network? Find her on Instagram at Girls Chronically Rock and Facebook at Girls Chronically Rock. Entrepreneurshipfashiondisabled livesadaptive fashion
50:55
November 23, 2020
From Denial to Inspiring Thousands - Living with Muscular Dystropy-By Hannah Hocking
For today's episode of the podcast, I was joined by CEO & Founder of Girls Chronically Rock and Non-profit org Trust Your Abilities. Her name is Keisha & she was diagnosed with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy at the young age of 23, while attending grad school.. Keisha lived in denial toward her diagnosis for a long time before a friend suggested that she write a blog about her experience. Once Keisha began to write, it became more real for her that she really did have LGMD, but the positive response from her Facebook friends and Tumblr followers sparked a vision inside of her mind to start a clothing line empire that brings awareness to disabilities and chronic illnesses. Keisha now runs her fashion business full time, teaches students about adaptive wear twice a week at the University she graduated from and speaks on many different stages to inspire others. This woman had me ON FIRE! She was absolutely wonderful to talk to & made me feel at home with her personality. If you liked this episode, let us know by reviewing or rating our podcast! Another way to let us know you enjoyed the episode is to tell us on our IG, we'll always respond :) Where to find Keisha: Her website: https://www.girlschronicallyrock.com/ Her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlschronically_rock/ Her Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/5qVnP7Q4xwcUIEPcfjUeTN Her non-profit: https://trustyourabilities.org/
48:05
November 21, 2020
A Woman's Why-From Denial to Inspiring Thousands - Living w/ Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy - Keisha Greaves
For today's episode of the podcast, I was joined by CEO & Founder of Girls Chronically Rock and Non-profit org Trust Your Abilities. Her name is Keisha & she was diagnosed with Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy at the young age of 23, while attending grad school.. Keisha lived in denial toward her diagnosis for a long time before a friend suggested that she write a blog about her experience. Once Keisha began to write, it became more real for her that she really did have LGMD, but the positive response from her Facebook friends and Tumblr followers sparked a vision inside of her mind to start a clothing line empire that brings awareness to disabilities and chronic illnesses. Keisha now runs her fashion business full time, teaches students about adaptive wear twice a week at the University she graduated from and speaks on many different stages to inspire others. This woman had me ON FIRE! She was absolutely wonderful to talk to & made me feel at home with her personality. If you liked this episode, let us know by reviewing or rating our podcast! Another way to let us know you enjoyed the episode is to tell us on our IG, we'll always respond :) Where to find Keisha: Her website: https://www.girlschronicallyrock.com/ Her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlschronically_rock/ Her Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/5qVnP7Q4xwcUIEPcfjUeTN Her non-profit: https://trustyourabilities.org/ Our Social Medias: IG: https://www.instagram.com/awomanswhypodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/awomanswhypod Gift Shop: https://awomanswhy.com/ FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/910599196095911 All content © 2020 A Woman's Why.
48:05
November 18, 2020
Commit 2 Change Podcast-with c2c Staff
Meet Keisha Greaves… she is a motivational speaker, the founder of Girls Chronically Rock, that offers inspired fashion celebrating Muscular Dystrophy and other chronic illnesses, and the Massachusetts State Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).   She’s lent her voice to audiences at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Center in Charlestown, Massachusetts General Hospital, the Boston Muscle Walk, local “Fill the Boot” events, Cambridge City Hall, and Girl’s Night Out for Muscular Dystrophy – a Boston-area fundraising event held by NextonScene.   Keisha spearheaded fruitful collaborations with other notable fashion influencers which resulted in thousands of dollars raised for MDA – the most successful collaborations being with renown designer Sara Campbell and Althea Blackford, the woman behind Caribbean Fashion Week.   One of Keisha’s proudest moments happened after working and meeting with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker: Keisha got September 30 officially proclaimed Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Day.   Listen in as she tells us how she committed her life to change…..  Quote: “If you have an idea or something you want to do….. Go for it!”  Links to finds out more about our VIP guest:   Website: https://www.girlschronicallyrock.com   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlschroni...  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/keishagreaves  E-mail: girlschronicallyrock@gmail.com
45:18
November 14, 2020
Defying Chronic Illness In Pursuit of Passion With Girls Chronically Rock Keisha Greaves-By Luc Liu
Guest featured in this episode: Keisha Greaves is a motivational speaker, the founder of Girls Chronically Rock, and the Massachusetts State Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Girls Chronically Rock (www.girlschronicallyrock.com) offers inspired fashion celebrating Muscular Dystrophy and other chronic illnesses. Over the past few years, Keisha has been featured in Good Morning America, Today Show, WCVB Chronicle, ABC News, Thrive Global, Politico, Improper Bostonian, Boston Voyager, Herself 360, Liz on Biz, among other outlets on and offline. One of Keisha’s proudest moments is being featured In Today Style Heroes among other celebrities such as: Gabrielle Union, Drew Barrymore, Debra Messing and more. Another proud moment of Keisha is being featured on Channel 5 ABC Chronicle sharing her story. She’s lent her voice to audiences at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Center in Charlestown, Massachusetts General Hospital, the Boston Muscle Walk, local “Fill the Boot” events, Cambridge City Hall, and Girl’s Night Out for Muscular Dystrophy – a Boston-area fundraising event held by NextonScene. Keisha spearheaded fruitful collaborations with other notable fashion influencers which resulted in thousands of dollars raised for MDA – the most successful collaborations being with renown designer Sara Campbell and Althea Blackford, the woman behind Caribbean Fashion Week.One of Keisha’s proudest moments happened after working and meeting with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker: Keisha got September 30 officially proclaimed Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Day. She also received the proclamation from Mayor Marc McGovern from the city of Cambridge. Things you will learn in this episode: How she started her business How her chronic illness progressed How she is balancing life and her business What keeps her going on those difficult days. And much more
18:05
November 9, 2020
Rebecca Jeffreys Parent Coach joins us today!!
Rebecca Jeffreys from Sprouting healthy Families joins us to talk about her blog, her parent coaching, and more!
18:03
November 6, 2020
This might get uncomfortable podcast-Raise Awareness About Illness And Stop Being At War With Your Body with Keisha Greaves-BY Jason Wrobel and with Whitne Lauritsen
In this episode, Keisha Greaves, joins Jason Wrobel and Whitney Lauritsen as they talk about being at war with your own body when battling a chronic illness as well as striving to raise awareness about the experiences of others also affected. Keisha dives into what she went through as her illness progressed and manifested and how she got through the emotional process of it all. Get to know how she surrendered to the reality of what was happening. Keisha talks briefly about the COVID situation in Boston and how it’s affected her and the disabled community. They also talk about having greater compassion and empathy by opening the hearts of others to the experience of having an illness through sharing and raising awareness. https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?url=http%3A%2F%2Fpodcast.wellevatr.com%2Fraise-awareness-about-illness-and-stop-being-at-war-with-your-body-with-keisha-greaves&text=There%27s%20nothing%20like%20talking%20to%20somebody%20who%20understands%20and%20gets%20what%20you%27re%20going%20through%20on%20a%20daily%20basis.&related
01:06:05
November 2, 2020
A special with Jenna Green! MS and MD Advocates tell ALL!!!
Keisha and Jenna spill it all! An amazing interview that can't be missed! Keisha sits down with the fabulous Jenna Green as they discuss chronic illness living with Muscular Dystrophy and Multiple Sclerosis and the daily struggles they face.  You can find Jenna Green at:  IG@thejennagreen Website https://fullofgritandgrace.com/ Twitter@TheJennagreen Keisha Greaves IG@girlschronically_rock www.girlschronicallyrock.com Twitter@girlschronical1
27:52
November 2, 2020
Keisha Greaves – Fashion Brand Startup Story-By Liz Theresa on Liz on Biz Podcast
Keisha Greaves is the founder of Girls Chronically Rock, an online clothing brand with inspired fashion celebrating Muscular Dystrophy and any chronic illness. Each month, a percentage of proceeds benefits the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Useful links: Girls Chronically Rock (Shop) Girls Chronically Rock (Facebook) Girls Chronically Rock (Instagram) Show notes: Where her desire to start Girls Chronically Rock came from. Her diagnosis. Having a positive attitude. “It’s hard but you can definitely make it work.” What are a couple tough blocks you’ve faced in starting a business specifically in fashion? How Keisha connected with an Instagram influencer and sold tee shirts! Being the MDA Ambassador “I regret not starting sooner.” “If this is something you live and breathe, never give up.” “If you’re passionate, just do it.”
36:10
October 26, 2020
Thriving With Chronic Illness Featuring Keisha Greaves-By Meghan from The Inspired Women Podcast Connecting & Inspiring Women Worldwide
Keisha Greaves is a motivational speaker, the founder of Girls Chronically Rock, and the Massachusetts State Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Girls Chronically Rock (www.girlschronicallyrock.com) offers inspired fashion celebrating Muscular Dystrophy and other chronic illnesses. Over the past few years, Keisha has been featured in Improper Bostonian, Boston Voyager, Herself 360, Liz on Biz, among other outlets on and offline. She’s lent her voice to audiences at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Center in Charlestown, Massachusetts General Hospital, the Boston Muscle Walk, local “Fill the Boot” events, Cambridge City Hall, and, most recently, Girl’s Night Out for Muscular Dystrophy – a Boston-area fundraising event held by NextonScene. Keisha spearheaded fruitful collaborations with other notable fashion influencers which resulted in thousands of dollars raised for MDA – the most successful collaborations being with renown designer Sara Campbell and Althea Blackford, the woman behind Caribbean Fashion Week. One of Keisha’s proudest moments happened after working and meeting with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker: Keisha got September 30 officially proclaimed Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Day. She also received the proclamation from Mayor Marc McGovern from the city of Cambridge. Topics Mentioned In This Episode Muscular Dystrophy Association Living With Muscular Dystrophy Group Born This Way Foundation Fill the Boot Podcast Guest Application Podcast Sponsorship Opportunities The Inspired Women Community Connect With Keisha: Website Instagram Facebook Twitter XoXo Megan
42:01
October 19, 2020
The One About Overcoming Your Diagnosis With Keisha Greaves-By Papaya Podcast!
At age 24, Keisha Greaves was in graduate school when she began to experience symptoms she couldn’t explain. As time went on, her symptoms increased and the diagnosis came, Keisha also worked to now grasp what her new life Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy would be. The world changed for her after diagnosis, from living a life with accessibility everywhere to now navigating her every move with a need to accessibility for herself and her wheelchair. Now, Keisha uses her bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising as well as her Master’s degree in Business to form a brand to help create a fashion line for those who also live with chronic illness or Muscular Dystrophy called Girls Chronically Rock. Garnering attention from such media outlets such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, ABC News, and more! Plus, she’s a motivational speaker on topics such as Balancing A Chronic Illness While Trying To Enjoy Your Everyday Life, as well as How To Be A Disability Advocate or Raise Money For Causes You Care About! Keisha may have had her life changed, but now she’s changing other’s lives by showing up exactly as she is, turning pain...into empowerment. You can follow Keisha @girlschronically_rock and visit her website to shop or book her for speaking https://www.girlschronicallyrock.com/ Dipsea is offering a 30-day free trial when you go to Dipseastories .com/papaya. Go to pcfinancial.ca/papaya to open a PC Money Account and you too can start thinking about money in a whole new way. Get 10% off for first time users in the US when you shop at versedskin.com with promo code PAPAYA. Produced by Dear Media. 
40:33
October 13, 2020
Miga Swimwear's Maria Luisa
Miga Swimwear's Maria Luisa discusses body confidence, self-esteem, inclusivity of ALL bodies, and MORE!
25:50
October 2, 2020
Alexi Pappas Joins Us!
Keisha gets to interview Alexis Pappas about her story and her life!
26:50
September 28, 2020
Muscular Dystrophy with Keisha Greaves of Girls Chronically Rock-Interview by Lauren Freedman
Keisha Greaves is the founder of fashion label Girls Chronically Rock, and is a motivational speaker and former Massachusetts State Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). Diagnosed as a graduate student with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy, she is now largely wheelchair-bound. As a patient advocate, she worked with Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker to have September 30th officially proclaimed as Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Day in the city of Cambridge, MA. Her passion is in an adaptive fashion, and she works with Framingham State University students to teach the importance of access and practicality in their designs. She has been featured on numerous media outlets, including Good Morning America, The Today Show, ABC News, Thrive Global, and Politico. She is an active participant in many local fundraising events for the MDA and other organizations, frequently encouraging audiences to “Fill the Boot” to support research and awareness. She’s also a total inspiration, encouraging those of us living with chronic illnesses to embrace the change and move forward into our new lives with grace and enthusiasm. Tune in to get dosed with an infectious amount of joy! Key Links Key links mentioned in this episode: Girls Chronically Rock @girlschronically_rock on Instagram Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Boston Business Women Takeaway Tune in as Keisha shares: that she was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy after an MRI and muscle biopsy that when she was first diagnosed, she knew nothing about her condition that she was very much in denial of her condition early on that muscular dystrophy is a progressive condition, and that her limb-girdle type also affects her heart what muscular dystrophy is that because her condition is progressive, she’s slowly deteriorated physically — beginning at first with a cane, then a walker, and now full-time in a wheelchair how much more independent she is in her wheelchair, which she adopted in 2019 how she’s decorated her wheelchair to customize her appearance how she’s connected with other Spoonies through social media the grieving process of being diagnosed with a progressive and chronic disease how she unwinds why she's still working toward accessibility equity as someone who is wheelchair-bound discrepancies in insurance coverage, from prescriptions to mobility and transportation as a disabled person what’s next in her business: a Girls Chronically Rock adaptive clothing collection her top tips for staying happy and fulfilled when living with a disability
43:11
September 21, 2020
Keisha Talks with Gwendolyn!
Gwendolyn is an amazing woman who shares her story and her experiences in the community! 
51:08
September 18, 2020
Living Full Out Podcast Interview by Nancy Solari
Plan for the Future with Keisha Greaves Keisha Greaves was diagnosed with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy at just 24 years old, a condition that causes muscles to deteriorate. She first started noticing her body was responding abnormally when she was in graduate school. Keisha would repeatedly fall from her legs giving out or find herself unable to lift objects in the kitchen. After numerous tests, her chronic illness was identified. Keisha felt uncertain about the future, but she relied on her family and therapy and learned to see the beauty in taking each day as it comes. Listen to the Living Full Out Show as Keisha shares how she overcame unexpected obstacles in life. Click here to watch her testimonial video.
52:51
September 12, 2020
Keisha Gets Interviewed!
Keisha appeared on another podcast and did an amazing interview on her life and story!
27:31
September 11, 2020
Why Accessible Vehicles Are So Important!
Why an accessible vehicle? Who needs one and why?
06:13
September 8, 2020
The Art of Speak Up-Women/Career/Confidence
In this podcast episode, I had the absolute pleasure of being interviewed by Jessica Guzik on her podcast The Art of Speak.  Welcome to the show!  Today’s guest really inspired me with her story about moving from fashion merchandising, to building her own clothing brand, Girls Chronically Rock.  Keisha is on a mission to combine her passion for finance with her commitment to supporting women with disabilities, and this conversation will help you see, and remember, that your own goals are only limited by your courage and your imagination. To check out Keisha’s brand and online store, visit: https://www.girlschronicallyrock.com/ To donate to Keisha’s fundraiser for an accessible vehicle, visit: https://www.facebook.com/donate/683312538887595/10105362608815747/ And you can reach Keisha on Instagram and Twitter IG: https://www.instagram.com/girlschronically_rock/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/girlschronical1 Jess’s contact information: Email: jessica@theartofspeakingup.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theartofspeakingup/?hl=en Free Resources: Ebook: The Smart Ambitious Woman’s Guide to Assertiveness in the Workplace: https://www.assertivenessebook.com/ Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theartofspeakingup/ Thank you so much for tuning in this week!
45:10
September 8, 2020
Keisha Greaves gets interviewed by CCTV Station
In this podcast episode, I was recorded by Kyle and Ankur about my brand Girls Chronically Rock and how the business has been since the COVID-19 PANDEMIC! Thank You, Keisha Greaves, Business Owner Girls Chronically Rock, LLC Check out my t-shirt line at www.girlschronicallyrock.com IG @ girlschronically_rock Facebook @GirlsChronicallyRock Podcast @ https://anchor.fm/keisha-greaves www.instagram.com/girlschronically_rock www.twitter.com/girlschronical1 www.facebook.com/keishagreaves www.linkedin.com/keishagreaves https://www.wcvb.com/article/turning-pain-into-empowerment/26978381 https://vimeo.com/291713632 https://www.today.com/today/amp/tdna136013 https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Style/woman-muscular-dystrophy-creates-clothing-line-inspire-chronic/story? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxSci9urvKw
27:47
August 17, 2020
Keisha Greaves get interviewed by Emma Medieros
In this episode, Emma interviews Keisha about her brand Girls Chronically Rock and her future plans for her brand. 
04:36
August 3, 2020
Keisha speaking at the Annual Muscle Walk in Boston Commons
In this podcast episode, you will hear Keisha speaking at the annual muscle walk and being interviewed by her friends and family. 
04:24
July 27, 2020
Muscle Walk 2017 chatting with Nelson Nide with Framingham
In this interview, I sit down with Nelson Nide to discuss how I raise funds every year for the Muscular Dystrophy Annual Muscle Walk.
27:45
July 27, 2020
Interview By Paul and John from Inspire
In this episode, I was interviewed by Paul and John to discuss what it's like living during this crazy pandemic time while living with Muscular Dystrophy.
48:36
July 20, 2020
Accessible Vehicle-GOFUND ME FOR KEISHA GREAVES!!!!!
In this podcast episode, I am discussing raising funds for an Accessible Vehicle. Even as little as $5 dollars would really make a difference in donating towards my goal. Accessible vehicles are totally expensive, which is ridiculous for the disability community. We want to live independently and live our best lives and go out with family and friends.  Did you know that most disabled Americans have faced - the outright overpriced mobility van market?  The issue is that people face very few funding resources in the USA to cover conversions.  New mobility vans can cost over $70,000. Imagine not leaving your home because you cannot afford transportation.  This is the reality for many disabled Americans. My goal is to purchase this vehicle before my 35th birthday, which is September 5th! If you would like to donate toward my gofundme, you can do that here at https://www.gofundme.com/f/handicap-accessible-vehcile?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_cp%20share-sheet&fbclid=IwAR3oKdfS5AW7JbFQZgdeqI9Jb45RiUIphmUMNXBu2toUyt9b54GGEBpd284 To Check out my website Girls Chronically Rock at https://www.girlschronicallyrock.com Thank You, Keisha Greaves, Business Owner Girls Chronically Rock, LLC Check out my t-shirt line at www.girlschronicallyrock.com IG @ girlschronically_rock Facebook @GirlsChronicallyRock Girls Chronically Rock Podcast @ https://anchor.fm/keisha-greaves www.instagram.com/girlschronically_rock www.twitter.com/girlschronical1 www.facebook.com/keishagreaves www.linkedin.com/keishagreaves
05:37
July 17, 2020
What is the correct term, Disability or Chronic illness?
In this episode I discuss I am torn between I have a disability, or chronic illness?  What do you guys prefer? let me know your thoughts and suggestions.  Please make sure to describe, leave any comments or anything.  Thank You, Keisha Greaves, Business Owner Girls Chronically Rock, LLC Check out my t-shirt line at www.girlschronicallyrock.com IG @ girlschronically_rock Facebook @GirlsChronicallyRock www.instagram.com/girlschronically_rock www.twitter.com/girlschronical1 www.facebook.com/keishagreaves www.linkedin.com/keishagreaves
04:38
July 6, 2020
Girls Chronically Rock records with Claiming Disability Inc and Jenna Green
In this episode, all four ladies discuss everything disabilities, the struggles, dating and more. It gets raw and dirty, and of course hilarious!! Make sure to tune it!
01:18:60
July 2, 2020
Updates On Girls Chronically Rock and thoughts on people still traveling during this COVID-19!!!!
in this short episode, I pretty much discuss updates on what's to come with Girls Chronically Rock and concerns about people are still traveling during this COVID-19 PANDEMIC!!! Let me know your thoughts!! IG@girlschronically_rock www.girlschronicallyrock.com Facebook@Keisha Greaves Facebook@Girls Chronically Rock Linkedin @Keisha Greaves
05:24
June 28, 2020
VENTING ABOUT WHAT'S GOING ON IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW
In this podcast I just vent about what's going on in the world right now with the COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTESTING!
05:29
June 22, 2020
GIRLS CHRONICALLY ROCK PODCAST E1
IN THIS FIRST EPISODE OF GIRLS CHRONICALLY ROCK PODCAST, I JUST TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT MY SELF AND ANY FUTURE TOPICS I WILL LIKE TO DISCUSS ON THIS PODCAST. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO LEAVE A REVIEW, COMMENTS AND LET ME KNOW WHAT WOULD LIKE FOR ME TO SHARE ON THIS PODCAST.  THANK YOU,  KEISHA GREAVES www.girlshronicallyrock.com IG@ girlschronically_rock Twitter @girlschronical1 Facebook @GirlsChronicallyRock
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