Tina VanSteenbergen: How can we create a sorority experience that every woman wants and deserves? Featured
Welcome to episode # 79 of Fraternity Foodie! All of our listeners want to hear from my next guest, Tina VanSteenbergen. Tina speaks on college campuses all over the country and she tears down the house. Tina knows that women need women, to be..
Debbie Peterson: What happened to government by the people? Featured
Our next guest is Debbie Peterson. Debbie was the mayor of her city for two years after serving for four years as a city councilmember and four years before that as a planning commissioner and commission chair. The two things her town needed m..
Faith Kiio and Tomi Dobbs: Why did you start Faith Kenya Mission? Featured
Tomi Dobbs is a 9 year old fourth grader from Lexington, Massachusetts. Her mom, Faith Kiio, leads the Student Education initiative in Faith Kenya Mission, a charity organization. They believe that together, with friends and schoolmates, kids ..
Kelsey Woodhouse: How do we make the recruitment process more inclusive? Featured
Our next guest is Kelsey Woodhouse, Founder and Owner of Good Golly Greek! She’s a graduate of Northern Arizona University, a member of AOPi, and she creates custom letters for fraternity and sorority members, as well as merch for college st..
Elizabeth Boyd & Margaret Freeman: Why has Southern beauty persisted, maintaining power & privilege? Featured
We have a special treat for you today! Today we have two guests on a very similar topic. The first is Margaret L. Freeman, author of “Women of Discriminating Taste: White Sororities and the Marking of American Ladyhood”, which examines the..
Elicia Ybarra: How can martial arts stop an assault before it becomes physical? Featured
Elicia Ybarra is proud to announce Pretty Hands, Hard Punches! A self-defense curriculum tailored to the physical and mental dangers women face in society today. After 25 years in martial arts and experiencing firsthand the struggles with phys..