48 min

Jessica Quinn: Overcoming Cancer + Disability Visibilit‪y‬ All The Small Things

    • Alternative Health

Jessica Quinn is a model, speaker, disability activist and diversity advocate.


Jess lost her leg to cancer at the age of nine, but hasn’t let that be an obstacle in her mission to ensure that less able bodied people are represented in the media, with brands and on social media. She’s also run a marathon and was a finalist on Dancing With The Stars New Zealand.


In this interview, we discuss overcoming cancer, representation and diversity in the media and single-use plastic and sustainability in regards to disabilities and healthcare. 


Find Jess: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaemilyquinn/
Read this post: https://bit.ly/2YV4Swu
More Jess being amazing: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bxb4YyHAHzV/


Find me: https://www.instagram.com/venetiafalconer/


Interesting and important articles on disability:
https://gal-dem.com/as-a-chronically-ill-person-i-know-it-is-vital-we-approach-coronavirus-through-the-lens-of-community/
https://lucyandyak.com/blogs/news/disability-social-isolation-and-covid-19


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Pattie Gonia on online activism: https://apple.co/3fjQiUY
Damon Gameau on our Earth’s future: https://apple.co/3cp4CK6
 
Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/
Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase.
Download their FREE ebook: https://shop.vivolife.co.uk/sustainability-guideyvhupvax
 
Please note this episode was recorded remotely, so do excuse any audio issues.
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jessica Quinn is a model, speaker, disability activist and diversity advocate.


Jess lost her leg to cancer at the age of nine, but hasn’t let that be an obstacle in her mission to ensure that less able bodied people are represented in the media, with brands and on social media. She’s also run a marathon and was a finalist on Dancing With The Stars New Zealand.


In this interview, we discuss overcoming cancer, representation and diversity in the media and single-use plastic and sustainability in regards to disabilities and healthcare. 


Find Jess: https://www.instagram.com/jessicaemilyquinn/
Read this post: https://bit.ly/2YV4Swu
More Jess being amazing: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bxb4YyHAHzV/


Find me: https://www.instagram.com/venetiafalconer/


Interesting and important articles on disability:
https://gal-dem.com/as-a-chronically-ill-person-i-know-it-is-vital-we-approach-coronavirus-through-the-lens-of-community/
https://lucyandyak.com/blogs/news/disability-social-isolation-and-covid-19


Did you enjoy this episode? I think you might like these, too…
Kenny Ethan Jones on trans activism: https://apple.co/3dBHFn0
Pattie Gonia on online activism: https://apple.co/3fjQiUY
Damon Gameau on our Earth’s future: https://apple.co/3cp4CK6
 
Disclaimer: This episode is kindly sponsored by the incredible team at VivoLife: https://www.vivolife.co.uk/
Use the discount code “TalkingTastebuds” to get 10% off your first purchase.
Download their FREE ebook: https://shop.vivolife.co.uk/sustainability-guideyvhupvax
 
Please note this episode was recorded remotely, so do excuse any audio issues.
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

48 min

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