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Talk By Victoria

Talk By Victoria

By Victoria Foley
From the inspirational blog comes the official Talk By Victoria Podcast! Here, you will be able to listen to all of the interviews and posts done by Victoria herself. Meet the incredible people behind world-changing causes, organizations, companies and more. They have a ton of wisdom and advice to share. Make sure to subscribe to keep up with all the latest content! All transcripts of this Podcast will be found on the blog. Email for more information and inquiries.
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Valorarte empieza ahora: Anabella Espinosa, fundadora de Valorarte, nos cuenta su historia y cómo podemos empoderar a las niñas y mujeres
"¿Cómo creo un espacio donde personas pueden sentirse valoradas? ¿Cuáles son algunos recursos que puedo consultar por la buena estima?" La talentosa Anabella Espinola nos cuenta su paso a empoderar niñas por todo Paraguay. Su organización, Valorarte, ha cambiado cómo las niñas se ven y se valoran. Con sus consejos, libros que recomienda, y más, tienes que escuchar la historia de Anabella y cómo podemos cambiar la narrativa de hablar de los cuerpos de las mujeres. Sigue Valorarte en Instagram. 
August 29, 2021
Bring Humanity to a Statistic: Marianna Bonilla, Co-Founder, Leader of Voices of Migrants, intersects art and charity to uplift immigrant and refugees voices
"How can I help migrants and refugees around the world? How do I raise money and awareness for a new cause? How can I get people to believe in my cause?" Marianna Bonilla works hard to spotlight some of the most vulnerable of society: migrants and refugees. Her own story of migrating from Colombia to the United States has led her to co-found Voices of Migrants (also previously mentioned in episode #2 with Carolina Zubler). From letter-writing events to clothing drives, Voices of Migrants has a bright future full of positive change. Her unparalleled ambition is going to make her an incredible freshman student at the College of William and Mary this fall. Become a pen pal buddy with refugees in Villa Caracas, Colombia. Get involved in VOM by subscribing to their newsletter to keep up to date to all the opportunities they have going on. Sign one of their petitions to encourage humane migrant-related incarceration. Have an immigrant-centered story, artwork or cause you want to share with VOM? Go for it! 
August 22, 2021
Stronger Women, Stronger World: Joni Swedlund, Founder of Inner Rock Group, Empowers Women and Minorities through Leadership Training
*Content Warning: sexual harassment mentioned in this episode* How do I confront the gender-imbalance in the workplace? How can I be a mentor for other women, girls, and/or minorities? Joni Swedlund, Founder and Owner of Inner Rock Group, empowers women and minorities to step into their leadership through her company dedicated to empowerment. Her life story begins in Kansas and goes from Japan to Wall Street to all over the world to her home in Northern Virginia. As a former senior partner at Deloitte and one of the only women to reach her position, she has encountered many obstacles due to her gender. She realized that her mission in life is to empower women, girls and minorities to step into their leadership and be confident in who they are. Therefore, she retired midway through her career to launch Inner Rock. On the podcast, she shares her greatest tips, advices and recommendations to staying true to oneself, finding one's life purpose and how to navigate gender inequalities. 
August 15, 2021
Loving the Neighbors Overseas: Carolina Zubler, Co-founder of Voices of Migrants, makes virtual service a possibility
How can I volunteer when in-person events aren't an option? How can I get past the hurdles of service over technology? My chat with Carolina Zubler addresses these questions and more! When in-person tutoring can't happen, Carolina Zubler persists nonetheless through her proactiveness with Vamos, a volunteer tutoring program in the DC-area for low-income children, run by students at the Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School. As a co-leader for the past two years, Zubler has experienced the turbulence in the classroom and virtually, but she shares how the program not only prevailed, but increased the amount of students and volunteers! Carolina Zubler has an incredible passion for serving others and working with children. From co-leading a tutoring program for low-income children to co-starting Voice of Migrants, she has a heart dedicated to loving her neighbor--even the neighbors across the sea. Her involvement with child development has driven her to become a prospective psychology major at Yale University, where she starts as a freshman this fall. Get involved with the amazing initiatives, like letter writing, from Voices of Migrants.
August 6, 2021
Tejiendo la Sociedad Con Cariño: Lorena Giménez
¿La edad tiene limite en lo que puede lograr? ¿Cómo empieza los proyectos comunitarios que siempre quisiera hacer? En este episodio, Victoria se sienta con Lorena Giménez, una niña extraordinaria de Paraguay, que respuesta a estas dos preguntas y más. Con solo dieciséis años, ya ha fundado dos organizaciones: Tejiendo Amistades y Open Mind. Lorena comparta su historia y también un acto de servicio que todos podríamos hacer diariamente. Para leer la transcripción o leerlo en inglés, visite mi blog. Las organizaciones de Lorena: Tejiendo Amistades: @tejiendoamistades_ Open Mind: @openmind1_. Gracias a Keegan Foley por hacer la música introducción y conclusion de este Podcast. 
July 24, 2021