The Trust Tree Talks hosts, Lisa Schauer and Elizabeth Holmes, are back on the mics for Season Three. The only constant in life is change, right? Season Three is all about unpacking our attitudes towards and ways of coping with change. From the intentional to the unintentional, women are on the leading edge of navigating new pathways in life. This Season we’ll be featuring some stellar women who have leaned into change and how those experiences shaped their stories. Looking for a connection that’s deeper than an exchange of inspirational memes on your socials and want to hear how other women are navigating challenges similar to those you may be facing? Try this podcast.
I Don’t Think It’s Going Back to Normal
Wrapping up Season Three of Trust Tree Talks, our hosts, Lisa and Elizabeth, take some time to catch each other up on how they spent their summers, share observations on some of the smaller societal changes they are seeing come out of all this mess and how that’s impacting them moving forward. They reflect on conversations with guests over the course of the season and stories that resonated with them. Thanks for spending Season Three with us!
Lacey Pittman, Amazon Air
In this episode, Trust Tree Talks hosts, Lisa Schauer and Elizabeth Holmes, are delighted to be joined by Lacey Pittman who leads Operations and Air Safety for Amazon Air. Our hosts first met Lacey back in 2018 when she was working at Horizon Air as their Managing Director of the Operations Control Center and as a Captain of a Bombardier Q400 aircraft. We loved Lacey’s rich journey from learning to fly as a teenager to navigating humanitarian flights in West Africa to moving through the ranks at Horizon Air. Catching up with her since her move to Amazon Air has been at the top of our lists. Lacey’s approach to leadership is accessible and effective. We believe she’ll have you Thinking Big, as she does, by the end of this episode.
Dr. Cynthia McNally, Evergreen Women’s Health
Dr. Cynthia McNally, owner of Evergreen Women’s Health, joins Trust Tree Talks hosts Lisa Schauer and Elizabeth Holmes to talk all things women’s health. Bringing years of experience as an OB/GYN to our conversation, Dr. McNally shares her story of becoming a doctor and her evolution into a medical entrepreneur. The conversation covers topics from how our perception of aging is changing to offering wisdom for women going through “The Change” and we get real about how vaginal rejuvenation can turn your sex life around. It was our delight to talk to Dr. McNally and hear her insight into her personal evolution and the importance of true self care.
Trust Tree Talks welcomes Marty Dickinson, Chief Marketing Officer for the Spokane Teacher’s Credit Union and current President of the Washington State University Board of Regents to this week’s episode. Marty’s deep experience in leading transformational projects has resulted in unique insights in how to approach guiding our people through a rapidly changing environment. Her take on finding the opportunities available in chaos of the last year, cultivating emotional steadiness and the importance of having a plan all resonated with hosts Lisa Schauer and Elizabeth Holmes. We left this conversation with food for thought in how to keep our cups full as we navigate our next chapter.
Elvia Santos Dominguez
This week’s episode of Trust Tree Talks marks the first time our guest is a member of Gen Z. Hosts Lisa Schauer and Elizabeth Holmes were delighted to welcome community activist and student, Elvia Santos Dominguez to the show. Elvia shares her story of getting involved in her community, the importance of both mentors and public transportation. Then we talk about how youth can get involved and make a difference, as well as Elvia’s three wishes for an improved community. Tune in for a fresh perspective from Elvia.
Tune in for an interesting and fun conversation with Clark County Councilor Temple Lentz. As a member of the local Board of Health, Temple’s front row seat to the pandemic crisis this last year has given her a unique perspective that she shares with us with her trademark insight and humor. Hosts Elizabeth Holmes and Lisa Schauer have a great time talking with Temple about topics ranging from the experience of “Northwest Nice” for new arrivals from the Midwest to having the courage to let some things go to make space for new things. We hope you’re as inspired as we were listening to Temple talk about how this last year has changed her and her thoughts for moving forward in 2021.
“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.”
I just spent the day cleaning and cooking while catching up on all the episodes. I’ve been meaning to tune in and today was the day! Listening to Lisa and Elizabeth was a breath of fresh air, especially during this Covid pandemic. Hearing the stories, thoughts, and ideas helped to bring a sense of sisterhood and inner enlightenment that I deeply craved. This podcast is like therapy... seriously! Thank you ladies for bringing such amazing content to your audience, I think I speak on behalf of everyone out there when I say that you guys make a dynamic team and the vision you both have will definitely be spread through your examples and your light :)
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