We are locals supporting local. Prescott Woman Podcast celebrates the women leaders within our community. Every month join our hosts as we introduce you to women that are making a difference in business, health, education, non-profits, and more. If you are interested in learning about dynamic women that are working to create a balanced community, this is the podcast for you.
What makes Prescott (and the rest of the Quad Cities) strong? What makes us unique and successful when things get tough? Our first episode attempts to answer those questions.
In the spring of 2020 the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in Prescott and the Quad Cities. We all started seeing the effects and the community felt the strain, but our collective community spirit and ingenuity rose in response. The writers and staff at Prescott Woman Magazine started collecting stories of that resilience and creativity and featured them in the June/July issue of the Magazine, with the headline, Prescott Strong.
To further lift up those voices and our community story, Prescott Woman commissioned this oral history.
The Prescott Strong Audio Chronicle is a collage of personal reflections and reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic. We trust that you will find it inspiring and meaningful because these are the voices of your neighbors and friends.
Thank you to the following women and men for contributing quotes:
Deputy Police Chief Amy Bonney
Claire Louge - executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse Arizona
Deputy Fire Chief Cory Moser
Kerry Johnson - Special Education Teacher
Tina Rose - Parent
Jim Cabral - Owner of Gabby’s Grill
Rachel Whisenand, Emergency Department Nurse, Yavapai Regional Medical Center
Ariana Bennett - Parent
Special thank you to our guests:
Kaia Kordossky-Herrera, Physicians Assistant and owner of Prescott Complete Care
Sasha Naasz, owner of The Movement Studio
Carissa Johnson - English and Language Arts Teacher at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School
for sharing their trials and triumphs with us in extended interviews.
Over a dozen other local citizens contributed quotes that you can read in the current June/July issue of Prescott woman magazine. The issue is available in locations throughout the Quad Cities and at https://prescottwomanmagazine.com/
The following local musicians provided the soundtrack to the episode. Follow these links to more of their music:
Drew Hall & Anton Teschner on Facebook
Candace Devine on Spotify
Rachel Plays Guitar on Spotify
Sugar and the Mint on the web.
Kaileena Martin on Spotify
Kelly Roberge narrated this podcast and Charles Matheus produced, recorded and engineered it.
We hope you enjoyed hearing from and about your Quad Cities neighbors and businesses in this audio format. Please join us every month when we’ll share interviews and stories to inspire and engage you on the Prescott Woman Podcast.