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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Madeline Jones. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Madeline Jones, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Madeline Jones. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Madeline Jones, often where they are interviewed.

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Episode 42- Madeline Jones

Big Things with Zach Miko
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Plus Model Magazine was launched in 2006 to reclaim and celebrate the body confidence movement and highlight the at the time little celebrated models who inspired us. Zach sat down with Founder, Owner, and Editor-in-chief, Madeline Jones to talk about her rise to plus size stardom, body positivity, the fashion industry, and the demands we must make of the fashion world going forward.

Nov 12 2018

1hr 24mins

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Ep. 3: Ageless Style & Confidence With Madeline Jones Of Plus Model Magazine

Style & Confidence Podcast
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In today's episode, I sit down with Editor in Chief of Plus Model Magazine, Madeline Jones. Madeline shares her thoughts on the body positive movement, what it means to be size inclusive, her new web series ageless style, and the future of Plus Model Magazine.

Oct 28 2018

25mins

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How to become a Plus Size Model (or not!) with Madeline Jones

Healthy At Any Size
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Madeline (Maddie) Jones is the editor-in-chief of Plus Model Magazine (PMM) and one of the pioneers of the plus size fashion industry. She is sometimes referred to as the Anna Wintour of plus size, and through her work has blazed a trail that many of us have the pleasure of following in. 

Maddie’s presence in the industry pre-dates the social media crazed world we live in now. From the beginning, Maddie has been using her voice to create a space for plus size women in the fashion industry. All along, she and her husband, photographer Lucas Jones, have been documenting the faces of plus size women and challenging society’s expectations of how plus size bodies should be photographed. 

In my own journey as a plus size model, Maddie has been there since the beginning. I did my very first test shoot with Maddie, and along the way she has supported me and guided me at every turn. Maddie has so much wisdom to share with models at any stage of their career, but she’s got an especially great perspective for women looking to launch their modeling career. 

Maddie’s advice is hard-hitting, straight talk about what it really takes to build a successful modeling career for yourself as a plus size woman. It’s not always an easy road, but it can be incredibly rewarding! And regardless of whether or not you wind up getting signed by an agency, Maddie has advice for all of us about how to use our voices, how to conduct ourselves in business relationships, and how to create our own opportunities as women. 

Key takeaways: 

  • The early days of Maddie’s advocacy for plus size women, and how PMM got its start 
  • What it takes to build a brand like PMM, and how Maddie put her publication on the map 
  • Maddie’s journey of coming out from “behind-the-scenes” and putting herself out there as an influencer 
  • Maddie’s journey as an Autism Mom 
  • The importance of being authentic (don’t try to be “the next Ashley Graham,” or anyone else!) 
  • Why you should never take things personally in your business 
  • The importance of having your own, unique point of view when creating content as an influencer 
  • How we can make a greater impact when we work together with other women, rather than just trying to advance our own image 
  • The essential steps you must take if you want to launch a successful modeling career 
  • Some reasons that you might not actually want to become a plus size model--it’s not just about being a pretty girl! 
  • Why you don’t need to become a plus size model to validate your worth, or to make a positive impact in the world 

Mentioned in this episode: 

Plus Model Magazine

Maddie’s personal brand

Maddie’s husband, photographer Lucas Jones

Maddie’s journey as an Autism Mom

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Nov 17 2017

48mins

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Madeline Jones and William Jones-Gouchenour

The Vanished Podcast
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Madeline Jones and her 8 month old son, William, disappeared from their Mesa, Arizona home on June 15th, 2017. The following day, her father, Roland "Alex" Jones called 911 to report that they were missing. Leading up to their disappearance, Madeline and her ex-husband had gone through a nasty divorce and custody battle. The court had just awarded joint custody to William’s father, Jacob. A witness has come forward claiming to have seen Madeline dye her hair and dress William as a girl shortly before disappearing. All court documents and police reports referenced in this episode can be found in the Facebook group Missing: Bring Baby William and Madeline Jones Home.


UPDATE: After this podcast first aired, Cassie and Roland "Alex" Jones were arrested on September 27, 2017. William and Maddie were located safe on October 2, 2017.


For reference, the important people mentioned in this episode include:

Jacob Gouchenour - William's father

Madeline "Maddie" Jones - William's mother, missing since June 15, 2017.

William Jones-Gouchenour - The son of Jacob and Madeline, missing since June 15, 2017.

Cassie Jones - The mother of Maddie Jones.

Roland "Alex" Jones - The father of Maddie Jones.

Kelci - Maddie's friend.


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Sep 20 2017

47mins

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Madeline Jones, Ivory May Kalber, Allison McGevna on Ep #126

The Chenese Lewis Show
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On the next PLUS Model Radio, Chenese interviews plus model and blogger Allison McGevna, Ivory May Kalber of Nuvo Tv’s Curvy Girls, and the Editor-In Chief of Plus Model Magazine, Madeline Figueroa Jones.

Feb 19 2013

1hr 1min

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