The Fenom Podcast looks to spotlight phenomenal women that are living their best life. These discussions are led by Eliza Whiteman and include various topics such as women in business, athletics, health and wellness, education, in leadership positions and includes all conversations of what it means to be a woman in all aspects of life today.
Elizabeth Raymond is Charlottesville born and raised. Elizabeth ventured into the world of entrepreneurship with her mom and sister, as one of the Co-Founders of NoBull Burger, "the true veggieburger".
In this episode of the Fenom Podcast I am talking with my good friend, Gina Ward. Gina is the founder of SHIFT2LEAD, a Leadership Development School. She’s a fellow Certified Baptiste Yoga Teacher and Studio owner. Gina’s story has something that I think we can all identify with, her life has been on a constant stairstepper of jobs, titles, accomplishments and approvals from others.
Michelline Hall is a Lynchburg Virginia photographer, entrepreneur, and arts advocate. I came across Michelline when someone shared a post of her “American Woman?” Art exhibit at Lynchburg’s Midtown Outdoor Art Gallery a couple of months ago and I was blown away at her amazing images of stylized portraits of Black and brown women that explore identity and culture. Her 10 photos hang on the side of a commercial building in Lynchburg’s Midtown.
Best of Season 1 Part 1
Best of Season 1, Part 1 is a collection of the snips and clips of our interviews from the first half of the year by Sarah Trundle, Jennifer Givens, Kristin Watson, Lizzie Clark, Chelsea Wilson, and Chris Steiner.
Dr. Leigh-Ann Webb and Dr. Ebony Jade Hilton
On this episode of the Fenom Podcast, I am talking with Drs. Leigh-Ann Webb and Ebony Jade Hilton are pretty phenomenal women, they are board certified physicians at the University of Virginia as well as professors, consultants, entrepreneurs and authors. These ladies came together out of the concern to address the disproportionate impact COVID19 has had on communities of color. They created the children’s ebook called We’re Going to Be OK.
In this episode I discuss what it means to be the grease and the gasoline to the big machine of life.
Inspiring and Positive
I appreciate Eliza Whiteman’s interesting and upbeat content and interview style. “Spotlight(ing) phenomenal women” is her goal of the podcast and she has certainly executed this goal! Not only are the interviews compelling (and fun!) to listen to, but the “bonus” podcasts with various content are well worth listening to. So glad to see podcasts such as these. Thank you for producing them and keep them coming!