onhershoulders

onhershoulders

By Leslie
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We want to get to know the innovative, powerful, strong women who are lighting their paths on fire! From Athletes to Entrepreneurs, we hear from women that are making way for other women to follow. I am constantly looking up to other women around me, and trying to catch up to their greatness, this is just another way to shout out how our world is being changed, inspired and elevated by the women of the world.
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We want to get to know the innovative, powerful, strong women who are lighting their paths on fire! From Athletes to Entrepreneurs, we hear from women that are making way for other women to follow. I am constantly looking up to other women around me, and trying to catch up to their greatness, this is just another way to shout out how our world is being changed, inspired and elevated by the women of the world.

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I Am H.E.R. with Kam Bahia
Kam, being born and raised in Regina, SK, has always found herself involved in community. Having played soccer growing up, she learnt the importance of encouragement and self-esteem, particularly for girls. Kam was fortunate enough to receive a soccer scholarship to the University of Regina, and while being a student athlete, she completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Education. Soon after graduating, Kam started teaching with the Regina Public School Board. Fast forward 12 years later, Kam has worked with thousands of youth across Saskatchewan and Ontario. From Kam’s early years, playing soccer for the U of R and through her early teaching experiences, her goal was to dedicate herself to enabling young females to realize their full potential through encouragement and self-belief. To better equip herself to achieving her goals, Kam completed her Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology. Through her experience as a teacher and community involvement, Kam is now more certain than ever that her purpose in life is to help those around her, more specifically, the youth in our communities. Kam’s passion and goal remains - to help young females realize their strengths, motivate them to use their ability to do great things, and cultivate positive change in their lives; who in turn can model their lives for positive change to others around them. She is devoted to youth, showing them their true talents, and being one individual that can be a source of encouragement to help empower and encourage the younger generation of females.
51:17
October 28, 2019
Amanda Ruller
Recently I had the pleasure of interviewing Amanda Ruller. Amanda competed for the Canadian Women’s Football team earning a silver at Worlds in 2017. Now she actively competes in Olympic Lifting for team Saskatchewan and holds the Saskatchewan record for both snatch (69kg) and clean and jerk (88kg) for her weight class (55kg). She is also a sports broadcaster on a show call ‘In The Huddle’ where she Interviews the Saskatchewan Roughriders. In the winter she works as a broadcaster for Sask Junior Hockey League. Lastly, she is also a content creator for Tourism Saskatchewan Education Council. Needless to say, this woman definitely has a lot on her plate but she crushes it daily. 
37:43
October 22, 2019
Mel McCullough Trademark Homes
Melissa McCullough loves all things construction, design and real estate.  At 23 years of age her and her husband, James, open Trademark Homes which quickly has become one of Regina's top residential construction companies. 12 years later Melissa is a licensed REALTOR® with Royal LePage Regina Realty and Trademark now services clients in all areas of the home industry: new builds, remodels, and realty. Melissa lives on an acreage with James and their 3 kids, 4 horses, goat, dog and cats. They love the laid back country lifestyle they can escape to every day. We ask her at the end, 3 pieces of advice she would give to someone: 1. Balance- you have to weed through many daily struggles (Ex: Mom guilt- its so  real). Understand that each day will be different, but having balance in professional and personal life is key 2. Following your passion isn't always easy- fear of change is good. 3. Don't care what others say- prove them wrong 4. Keep your head down- don't always compare yourself to what others are doing in Regina, follow ppl from other cities
50:06
October 7, 2019
Real Woman Talks
Welcome to the first episode of On Her Shoulders! We are extremely excited to share this journey with you. Excited to hear from all different types of women from all different walks of life. We decided to keep our podcasts unedited, so you can hear to real, raw side of everyone. Bear with us on this first one, we have 4 wonderful women, but at times the audio was a little dodgy. Some many amazing topics in the room, it was a little hard to keep up.  Our guests are the women from Real Women Talks(RWT),  a collective of 4 powerful, creative, energetic and inspiring women. As of now, RWT is on social media and tackles many different topics and issues that women (and moms) who are entrepreneurs experience and deal with daily. Welcome Natasha Mohr (Mohr Mortgage), Karey Kapell (Next Level Business Coaching), Heather Murphy (Authentically: Business & Life Coaching), and Melissa McCullough (Trademark Homes). Check them all out on all social media platforms to see all the great things they are up to.
45:53
September 30, 2019
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