63 episodes

Coalition Snow is taking the conversations women start on the chairlift and the trail and delivering them to you in Juicy Bits every few weeks.

Juicy Bits Juicy Bits

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 61 Ratings

Coalition Snow is taking the conversations women start on the chairlift and the trail and delivering them to you in Juicy Bits every few weeks.

    Home Sweet Home

    Home Sweet Home

    What happens when that sliver of land, barely separating you from your neighbor is for sale? You look into Squatter Rights, obvs. In the latest issue of Juicy Bits, Jen and Jillian chat about the housing challenges facing locals in mountain communities. As always, we'd love to hear from you! Send us your thoughts at hello@coalitionsnow.com.

    • 34 min
    The Mountains Don't Judge Her

    The Mountains Don't Judge Her

    Today, on Transgender Day of Visibility, we are re-releasing our interview with Hannah Aram, the first openly transgender woman who has competed in the Freeride World Tour. We hope that you bask in her strength, passion, perseverance, and joy, just as we have had the privilege of doing. Have a listen and share your thoughts with us at hello@coalitionsnow.com.

    • 43 min
    Family Affair

    Family Affair

    Why are we so drawn to indie ski resorts? Because they exist for the love of skiing. That love, and her family, is the driving force behind Lindsay DesLauriers's vision for Bolton Valley Resort. In the latest episode of Juicy Bits, Jen chatted with Lindsay, the President and one of the co-owners, about the ins and outs of running a small ski resort and what makes her incredibly excited about the future of indie resorts. As always, we want to hear from you! Have a listen, leave a review, and share your thoughts with us at hello@coalitionsnow.com.

    • 43 min
    Breaking Barriers

    Breaking Barriers

    Breaking barriers, shattering stereotypes, and f*cking sh*t up. That pretty much describes Mirna Valerio, aka The Mirnavator, our guest on the latest episode of Juicy Bits. Trust us, you aren't going to want to miss this conversation. As always, we want to hear from you! Have a listen, leave a review, and share your thoughts with us at hello@coalitionsnow.com.

    • 51 min
    When We're Together

    When We're Together

    In the latest episode of Juicy Bits, Jen and Jillian reminisce about how much fun they used to have and how funny they used to be pre-COVID (or let's be honest, how funny they think they were, which is totally up for debate). The goal is of this episode is to make you laugh and even pee your pants a little bit. As always, we'd love to hear what you think! You can share your questions, comments, or virtual hugs at hello@coalitionsnow.com.

    • 40 min
    Getting Loud

    Getting Loud

    In the latest episode of Juicy Bits, Jen Gurecki chatted with Raquel Vélez, the founder of the up and coming outdoor apparel brand Alpine Parrot, about the body positivity movement, inclusive sizing in the outdoor industry, and more. Have a listen, and as always, we'd love to hear from you! Share your feedback and virtual hugs with us at hello@coalitionsnow.com.

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

clckhcchhxn ,

My inner thoughts

Literally my inner monologue. Thank God somebody is leading the way by saying it.

Fusagame ,

Empowered Women Empower Women

Yes!! If you’re looking to be inspired go no further- this podcast is for you! Covering a range of topics that are often ignored this podcast gathers hosts to help shine a light on these things! Jen and Jill are both badasses and not afraid to speak their mind! However you identify this podcast is for you! I feel this podcast has made me a better person as it continues to open my eyes and it definitely makes me laugh- give this a listen!

Pablo goes ,

Room for improvement

I really want to love this podcast because I love Sisu so so much, but... wow, this just misses the mark. The cis-whyte-boss-lady chiming in on the world’s problems just gets old fast. I’m going to keep listening because I am curious where this goes, but a lot of the stuff is just problematic. There are so many opportunities to incorporate bipoc and trans points of view, in topics where it’s critical to at least mention diversity and power differentials, and the hosts just skip over these points of view or talk about them in such superficial ways it’s... weird, and even offensive. Please keep working on this one though.

Top Podcasts In Society & Culture

Listeners Also Subscribed To