The EmCoWo podcast dares you to connect instead of compare. EmCoWo is a Florida Nonprofit whose mission to help women in coastal communities provide better lives for themselves through education, awareness, and mentorship.
Allison Wickey possesses a gift as deep as her insight and a courage as strong as her intuition. While the canvas shows a perfected craft, this conversation shares the story of a woman who taught herself the necessary skills to create a career which has blossomed into creating some of the most iconic images in our region.
Michelle Wells has an open heart like no other...Don't be intimidated by the extensive vocabulary and vast knowledge of regenerative agriculture! From the Operating Room to the Homestead, she is a born nurturer who has turned her attention to Mother Earth in caring for her family, and is making the world a greener healthier place on the way!
Cali Hlavac was born an entrepreneur, starting her own business at a very young age in Nebraska, then moving to Destin 5 years ago. Despite bumps in the road that could have pushed her to take an "easier" more traditional path in marketing she pushed forward and is blazing brand new digital trails in our area while uplifting others along the way!
Chef Annie Carroll is so much more than just a southern food cooking, animal loving, beach going, pepper growing local. This extraordinary woman has survived a lifestyle that most people do not make it out of alive. She beat the odds of addiction and has taken the leap toward living her dreams.
She is a tough, level headed armchair detective. She is a teacher in a recovering community post Hurricane Michael. She is a mom. She is a cancer survivor who isn't afraid to face the hard things with her chin up and heart open!
In Part 1, Heather Harshman talks about growing up in a split household, leaning in to her community, and using fear as a tool for growth. She has taken the long and difficult route to a life of peace and happiness first a child of divorce, marrying young and then divorcing after having 2 children, and gracefully navigating the struggles of co-parenting. She speaks of authenticity, forgiveness, and allowing healing to take place in its own time. This is part 1 of 2 with the beautiful and kind spirit that is Heather Harshman.
Kenzie Fitzpatrick shares the challenges and triumphs of blazing her own trail toward becoming a professional competition shooter. She is an FSU grad and marketing professional now discovering new challenges in a male dominated industry. Though she frequently fights against the perception people may create for her, she has not allowed fear or intimidation to stifle the pursuit of her dreams. Kenzie possesses a grace and poise that many might say contradict the goals she is after. A fierce competitor but an even more fierce advocate for mentoring, community, and reaching out and helping someone in need... this is Kenzie "Maverick" Fitzpatrick!
Emilee Howell shares her story of hope, fear, loss, and family. Hear her first hand experience of evacuating for Category 5 Hurricane Michael with her two boys while her husband stayed home to protect their property which was ultimately destroyed in the storm. She is a kind, resilient, creative human being who has overcome this and other trials in life with grace.