Girls Can is a podcast created to help educate and inform young women throughout the world. Our shows will discuss many issues, skills, and lessons that effect the lives of young women. We will cover the topics of finance, defense, interviewing skills, CPR and more by interviewing professional women in our community to learn from their experiences and mentorship. We wanted to give all girls an opportunity to hear leadership advice from smart, strong, successful and amazing women.
Girls Can Podcast is sponsored by Girls Can, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of young women in our community of Mobile, Alabama. Our mission is to encourage young women to make a difference through education and service because the girls of today become the future leaders of tomorrow.
Breighanna Vigor: Miss Mobile Bay and Human Trafficking Fighter
On this episode, Abigail interviews Breighanna Vigor, Miss Mobile Bay, and an advocate determined to end human trafficking. Sharing the horrors of her own story of being groomed by a trafficker, Breighanna brings awareness to online predators through her position as Miss Mobile Bay. Passionate about her work, Breighanna sheds light on this tragedy and the dangers of cyberstalking. Plus, she shares her positive experiences from the Distinguished Young Women program and the Miss America pageant world.
Cooking With Confidence with Lemon Baby
In the studio Abigail talks with Amanda Gibson, a food writer who shares her yummy recipes with the world on her blog "Lemon Baby." Amanda shares her experiences in the culinary world, as well as gives advice on writing with a voice, and preparing a meal on any budget and in any kitchen.
Lorena Díaz Quijano: Transforming E-Commerce
On this episode, Elizabeth and Abigail are talking with an expert in Digital Transformation and Business and one of the top e-commerce marketers in the world, Lorena Díaz Quijano. Lorena teaches over 300,000 students, speaks five languages, and she's going to share with us today the huge opportunities in the e-commerce world. Enjoy!
Ep.14: Forging Individual Connections
Today in the Studio Abigail and Grace chat with Aayran Morrison, the winner of the 2018 National Scholarship program, Distinguished Young Women. In this episode, Aayran shares her high school and college experiences, leadership lessons, and the memories she made at DYW 2018.
Ep.13 - Enen Yu: 10,000 Hours and Women In Music
Abigail interviews Enen Yu, a professional violinist, and co-concertmaster of the Mobile Symphony. Ms. Yu discusses her journey from a violin student in China to a woman in professional music. She also gives us a glimpse of what it takes to be a world-class musician, moving across the globe to a new home, and what inspires her.
Ep.12 - Barbara Leigh: A Healthy Mental State
Brooke and Grace Swain interview Barbara Leigh, a professional counselor at Altapointe Health and member of the American Counseling Association. Ms. Leigh discusses the importance of mental health in young women and how to maintain a healthy mental state.
Great and inspiring!
I’m so glad to have these young women in our community leading such an inspirational and informative podcast! I have already learned about two more amazing women doing great things in our community that I didn’t know. I look forward to hearing many more!!
absolutely love this podcast!!! y’all rock