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.
Best of Season Five
In the final episode of Season Five of Juicy Bits, we rounded up our favorite moments from all of our conversations over the past season. Get ready to laugh, cry, and maybe pee your pants a little bit. If we missed your fave, send us an email at email@example.com.
To Coug or Not To Coug
In this episode, Jen shares the juicy details of her oftentimes wild personal life as she explores whether or not she is a cougar, the popularly defined 40-plus-year-old woman who dates men who are at least 10 years younger. If you've been labeled with this sexist term send us your feedback as we work to redefine what it means to age and thrive in a society that would prefer we grow old "gracefully."
Learning How To IRL
Hot off the lifting of mask mandates and making it through a winter being fully vaccinated, Jen and Jillian chat about what it's like getting back to things IRL. Warning: It's kinda messy. As always, we want to hear from you! Share your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org and leave a review wherever you listen to your podcasts.
Belonging & Reclaiming
Get ready for a very special episode of Juicy Bits! For the first time ever, Jen sat down with six guests who shared their experiences as Indigenous skiers and snowboarders: Catherine Jager, Geneva Mayall, Nahanni McKay, Deenaalee Hodgdon, Ellen Bradley, and Hannah Corral. Get ready for some real talk about belonging in snowsports, Land Back, inclusion and exclusion, and finding joy in the mountains.
When you close your eyes and imagine a skier or a snowboarder, what do you see? If you ask our guest Liz Toft, she'll share a perspective that is rarely represented in mainstream snowsports media. Liz is the CEO of Elevated Locals, and in collaboration with Coalition Snow, just launched a web series called Our Lens that documents the experiences of BIPOC women and non-binary skiers and riders. Have a listen to this very special episode, and as always, share your feedback with us at email@example.com
Everyone Is Included
In the latest episode of Juicy Bits, Jen sits down with Humaira Falkenberg, an alpinist, ski mountaineer, kite surfer, and Principal of JEDI Outdoors. Humaira, who identifies as an immigrant and woman of color, has dedicated the last 30 years to making the outdoors in the United States a more inclusive space. You won't want to miss this conversation that explores everything to how Humaira culled her skills in the outdoor and JEDI (justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion) worlds, what she learned in the first-ever on-snow JEDI training with Olympic Gold medalist Deb Armstrong, and her most memorable outdoor experience. As always, we'd love to hear from you! Share your thoughts with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My inner thoughts
Literally my inner monologue. Thank God somebody is leading the way by saying it.
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!
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.