24 episodes

That's What She Said is a live show, featuring real women sharing personal stories. Join our hosts, Co-Founder Kerry Rossow and National Director, Jenette Jurczyk, each week as they visit with some incredible women who braved the microphone to share their stories on the She Said stage.

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That's What She Said is a live show, featuring real women sharing personal stories. Join our hosts, Co-Founder Kerry Rossow and National Director, Jenette Jurczyk, each week as they visit with some incredible women who braved the microphone to share their stories on the She Said stage.

    Bonus Episode: Visiting with Nevaeh Essien and Izzy Gonzales about their experiences in “That’s What Teens Say”

    Bonus Episode: Visiting with Nevaeh Essien and Izzy Gonzales about their experiences in “That’s What Teens Say”

    In this special bonus episode, hosts Kerry and Jenette talk about the power of sharing stories...for teen girls! Nevaeh and Izzy share their experiences from the program and catch us up on how they continue to be bold and brave and share their unique voices.

    Episode 40: Visiting with Amber Cook of Bloomington, IL, and her story, “My Fairytale Life”

    Episode 40: Visiting with Amber Cook of Bloomington, IL, and her story, “My Fairytale Life”

    We've all seen those women who look perfect and seemingly have it all together. In "My Fairytale Life," Amber Cook dismantles the facade and reveals to hosts Jenette and Kerry some of the less-than-glamorous truths of womanhood.

    Episode 39: Visiting with Marie Hale of Chicago, IL, and her story “Red Lipstick and Resilience”

    Episode 39: Visiting with Marie Hale of Chicago, IL, and her story “Red Lipstick and Resilience”

    Marie opened the first virtual show in 2020 with her story "Red Lipstick and Resilience." Now, she shares with hosts Kerry and Jenette the tragic events she survived to build a life, a company, and a family for her daughter, and how she inspires other women to lean on their resilience in difficult times.

    Episode 38:Visiting with Barbara Hedlund of Urbana, IL, and her story “A Rippling Effect”

    Episode 38:Visiting with Barbara Hedlund of Urbana, IL, and her story “A Rippling Effect”

    When Barbara Hedlund shared her story, "A Rippling Effect," on stage back in 2020, she earned the nickname "Badass Babs." Now she reflects on events of her past as a professional cello player and how she paved the way for women to be treated fairly in the music industry.

    Episode 37: Visiting with Valencia Wilson of Gurnee, IL, and her story, “A Lost Wish”

    Episode 37: Visiting with Valencia Wilson of Gurnee, IL, and her story, “A Lost Wish”

    Have you ever had one of those moments when you realize that everyone around you grew up knowing something that somehow you missed? On this week's episode, Valencia Wilson shares with our hosts the story behind "A Lost Wish," a story that she shared on the virtual She Said Story Sharing Showcase.

    Episode 36: Visiting with Angi Franklin of Urbana, IL, and her story, “Unplanned and Unwritten”

    Episode 36: Visiting with Angi Franklin of Urbana, IL, and her story, “Unplanned and Unwritten”

    Hosts Kerry and Jenette struggle to keep a straight face while visiting with their guest, Angi Franklin, in this week's episode. Angi had the audience rolling in the aisles during her 2020 performance of "Unplanned and Unwritten."

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