An inspiration station for everyday people guiding humanity forward.
Tuesdays with Andrea is an audio and video podcast for everyday working people who treasure life itself and the relationships we make at each phase. Listeners can find commonality and certainty in an ever-changing world as people of all ages and backgrounds share life lessons, career tales, and remember the people who’ve helped them along the way - all for the purpose of strengthening and uplifting others.
#034 “Get Off Your Shaky Legs and Walk Straight” with Delia DeLeon Dy, retired barber, beloved mom and badass woman of faith.
A Mother’s Hope: A Story of Self-love & Sovereignty. This is a four-part series featuring my mom’s story of self-love and sovereignty. Part 1: "Get Off Your Shaky Legs and Walk Straight" Teenage Dreams & Nightmares: Surviving Domestic ViolenceGrowing up in a family of nine, teenage marriage and motherhood, finding Jesus and recognizing the early stages of abuse.1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men will experience physical violence by their intimate partner at some point during their lifetime. As ugly as this topic is it must be addressed. This is my mom’s story of surviving domestic violence and the brave people and safe spaces that helped her through. Part 2: "I Love You Enough To Leave” Sacrificial Love: Facing Addiction and her second divorce. Part 3: "Dignity in a Dump" Go and Let Go: Living a Life of Mission. Lessons from Ecuador and Kosovo, letting go of a promising suitor, and hearing that still small voice (the knowing). Part 4: "This One is Yours" Promises Fulfilled: Everlasting Love. Marrying the wrong person, becoming a grandmother, leaning on God's promises and the dream that confirmed everything. Publish Date: 2/23/2021The Tuesdays With Andrea Podcast can be found at: https://tuesdayswithandrea.com/This episode was recorded on 2/27/2020.
#033 “Just Because You Can Doesn’t Mean You Should” with Michael Migliacio, Lead Software Engineering Coach
Software Engineer: Empowering DevOps TeamsLessons from Japan, what the world needs more of, and connecting people through technology.Publish Date: February 16, 2021Learn more about Michael Migliacio at: https://www.angstygaijin.com/ The Tuesdays With Andrea Podcast can be found at: https://tuesdayswithandrea.com/Recorded on: December 15, 2020
#032 “Latinos Are Being Left Behind” with Ozzie Gramada Meza, Latino Corporate Directors Association
Executive Connector: Diversifying the Board RoomLibrarian and research director on increasing Latino representation in 'the room where it happens' and building a pipeline of board-ready individuals.Learn more about Ozzie at: https://latinocorporatedirectors.org/The Tuesdays With Andrea Podcast can be found at: https://tuesdayswithandrea.com/Recorded on: November 23, 2020
#031 "Dance With Your Ego" with Perla Tamez, Serial Entrepreneur
Published on: February 2, 2021 Andrea McMillian sits down with serial entrepreneur Perla Tamez to talk about scaling and operating her businesses. This conversation focuses on entrepreneurship, scaling her businesses, and building culture. Learn more about Perla at: www.perlatamezinspiration.com This episode was recorded on: November 19, 2020 The Tuesdays With Andrea Podcast can be found at: https://tuesdayswithandrea.com/
#030 “This Is My Time” with Sam Nunez, Candidate, Aurora Township Trustee
Andrea McMillian sits down with local politician Sam Nunez to talk about his campaign for Aurora Township Trustee. This conversation focuses on local elections, role of government, community engagement and advice for youth interested in local leadership.This episode was recorded on: Jan 15, 2021 The Tuesdays With Andrea Podcast can be found at:https://tuesdayswithandrea.com/
#029 “Ask for Answers” with Sarah Wong, Life Coach, Metamorphosis101
Finding Peace: Growing up adopted & anxious. Sarah's journey of finding her birth family, unlocking her identity and letting go of anxiety.
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Andrea is energetic, charming, and funny! The individuals she has on her show are relatable. You feel as though you’re part of the conversation and get to know them through your headphones. Looking forward to what else Andrea has in store for us!! Truly recommend this podcast.