25 episodes

A podcast created for Asian American women on leadership and culture. I’ve wanted to carve out a space for Asian American women to explore and validate living in both Eastern and Western worlds. Each week we will celebrate our heritage and highlight our history as we explore our Asian American journeys, parts that we are proud of and those of pain.

Someday is Here Vivian Mabuni

    • Personal Journals
    • 4.9, 65 Ratings

A podcast created for Asian American women on leadership and culture. I’ve wanted to carve out a space for Asian American women to explore and validate living in both Eastern and Western worlds. Each week we will celebrate our heritage and highlight our history as we explore our Asian American journeys, parts that we are proud of and those of pain.

    Episode 23 - Susie Gamez

    Episode 23 - Susie Gamez

    “#representationmatters” Susie Gamez is Canadian by birth, Korean by heritage, married to a Mexican and currently lives in Long Beach, California. She is a gifted leader who breaks the mold and brings a wealth of experience working in multi-ethnic spaces.
    LEARN MORE ABOUT SUSIE

    www.Susiegamez.com

    IG: @susiekgamez


    Stay connected with me on
    Instagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcast
    Twitter: @vivmabuni
    www.vivianmabuni.com

    Credits
    Sound Engineer: Aaron Kretzman of Phos Studios
    Music: Joseph Patrick of Passion Net Productions
    Executive Producer: Chantel Runnels
    Design: Jocelyn Chung

    Episode 22 - Jensine Lee

    Episode 22 - Jensine Lee

    “Wherever you go, there you are” Jensine Lee’s grandfather escaped the Cultural Revolution in China and became a leader in San Francisco. She shares about legacy, leadership, and learning inside and outside of Asian spaces.
    LEARN MORE ABOUT JENSINE

    IG: @jensane + @penandpagegals
    Stay connected with me on
    Instagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcast
    Twitter: @vivmabuni
    www.vivianmabuni.com

    Credits
    Sound Engineer: Aaron Kretzman of Phos Studios
    Music: Joseph Patrick of Passion Net Productions
    Executive Producer: Chantel Runnels
    Design: Jocelyn Chung

    Episode 21 - Judy Wu Dominick

    Episode 21 - Judy Wu Dominick

    “The Other Side of The Story” Judy Wu Dominick shares the evolution of her ethnic journey--from understanding more of her parents traumatic experiences in Taiwan and confronting her own anti-black prejudice, to learning what racial reconciliation really looks like.
    LEARN MORE ABOUT Judy

    Wordpress: https://www.lifereconsidered.com
    Twitter: @judydominick
    Instagram: @judy.dominick
    Stay connected with me on
    Instagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcast
    Twitter: @vivmabuni
    www.vivianmabuni.com

    Credits
    Sound Engineer: Aaron Kretzman of Phos Studios
    Music: Joseph Patrick of Passion Net Productions
    Executive Producer: Chantel Runnels
    Design: Jocelyn Chung

    • 54 min
    Episode 20 - Anjuli Paschall

    Episode 20 - Anjuli Paschall

    “I Don’t Belong Here” Anjuli Paschall shares an honest and authentic conversation about searching her story, exploring her ethnic journey, and the tension of finding belonging in white spaces more than Asian American circles. She is an author and creator of The Moms We Love Club.
    LEARN MORE ABOUT ANJULI

    IG: @lovealways.anjuli

    @themomsweloveclub

    https://www.anjulipaschall.com/book

    https://www.themomsweloveclub.com/

    Stay connected with me on
    Instagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcast
    Twitter: @vivmabuni
    www.vivianmabuni.com

    Credits
    Sound Engineer: Aaron Kretzman of Phos Studios
    Music: Joseph Patrick of Passion Net Productions
    Executive Producer: Chantel Runnels
    Design: Jocelyn Chung

    • 53 min
    Episode 19 - Angie Hong

    Episode 19 - Angie Hong

    “The Souls of Asian Folks” Writer and speaker Angie Hong shares the sentiments of the late W.E.B. DuBois in identifying the course of her ethnic journey, navigating double consciousness, and leading when you feel like the “token minority”.
    LEARN MORE ABOUT ANGIE

    IG: @angiekayhong
    Twitter: @angiekayhong
    Website: :www.angiekayhong.com

    Stay connected with me on
    Instagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcast
    Twitter: @vivmabuni
    www.vivianmabuni.com

    Credits
    Sound Engineer: Aaron Kretzman of Phos Studios
    Music: Joseph Patrick of Passion Net Productions
    Executive Producer: Chantel Runnels
    Design: Jocelyn Chung

    • 50 min
    Special Episode "I am Not a Virus!" - Helen Lee, Seana Reavis, Eugene Cho & Judy Wu Dominick

    Special Episode "I am Not a Virus!" - Helen Lee, Seana Reavis, Eugene Cho & Judy Wu Dominick

    “I am not a Virus!” Eugene Cho, Judy Wu Dominick, Helen Lee, and Seana Reavis join Vivan for a conversation about what is going on in the Asian American community as the world reacts to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Learn more about our guests:
    Website: Eugenecho.com
    Twitter: @EugeneCho
    IG: @eugenecho
    Eugene’s Book new book, “Thou Shalt Not Be A Jerk”

    Twitter: @helenleebooks
    Instagram: @helenleebooks
    Facebook: @helenleeprofile
    www.helenleebooks.com

    IG: @judy.dominick
    Lifereconsidered.com
    Twitter: @judydominick

    IG: @seanareavis
    Twitter: @seanareavis
    http://www.seanareavis.com

    Stay connected with me on
    Instagram: @vivmabuni + @somedayisherepodcast
    Twitter: @vivmabuni
    www.vivianmabuni.com

    Credits
    Sound Engineer: Aaron Kretzman of Phos Studios
    Music: Joseph Patrick of Passion Net Productions
    Executive Producer: Chantel Runnels
    Design: Jocelyn Chung

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

Jas F. ,

Awesome and very informative

Absolutely love this podcast and as a black women I love learning more about my sisters in Christ and their experiences in the majority white contexts

AJ San Diego mom ,

Conversation among friends

I have really enjoyed listening to this podcast. It’s been like listening to a conversation among friends. Thanks to all the guests for sharing their stories, journeys, and insights with the rest of us!

CP student ,

Just what I’ve been looking for

I’ve found podcasts hosted by Christian African-American women and Christian African-American and white men and women, both of which are solid and give amazing perspective to the race and religion conversation. As an Asian-American women, I’ve been hoping and praying for one hosted by an Asian-American person or team, preferably Christian. Vivian has created an amazing space to talk about the issues I thought I was alone in, growing up in a predominantly white community.

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