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Warrior Women Podcast

Shining a light on the ‘ordinary’ intersectional women doing extraordinary things to fix society and the planet. Hosted by Karla Morales-Lee, founder of The Warrior Women Network.

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Fishing Warrior: Antoinette Vermilye

Antoinette Vermilye finds solutions to the planet’s most pressing ocean conservation issues through her work as co-founder of the Gallifrey Foundation and She Changes Climate. Her important work ranges from the impacts of overfishing on the ocean and migrants, empowering citizens to take civil legal action against unsustainable legal and illegal overfishing, awareness campaigns on the impacts of plastics on human and planetary health, social injustice and the environment and for gender parity as an International Gender champion. A true Warrior who either seeks coalitions to find action-oriented solutions that will have far reaching impacts downstream or takes action on identified gaps where little or no attention is being paid. You can find out more about the organisations Antoinette discusses on the following links: https://www.wheres-the-fish.org/ https://flywithoutfins.org/ More about the Warrior Women Network can be found here: www.warriorwomennetwork.com This podcast is made in partnership with Zinc VC and produced by Bird Lime Media.

52mins

13 Jul 2022

Rank #1

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Textiles Warrior: Ashley Gill

Ashley Gill grew up on a cotton farm in Texas - her own story and background has shaped her role at Textile Exchange - an organisation driving positive impact on climate change across the fashion and textile industry right from the start of the supply chain. After spending time in various roles at the organisation, Ashley now works as the company's Chief Strategy Officer and guides a growing community of brands, manufacturers, farmers, organisations and other industry stakeholders in a collective climate strategy, focusing on how fibres are farmed, sourced and extracted.   Watch this video to learn about the amazing work they are doing as an organisation: https://lnkd.in/eY_X-9Ku Find out more about the Warrior Women Network at www.warriorwomennetwork.com This podcast is made in partnership with Zinc VC and produced by Bird Lime Media.

51mins

6 Jul 2022

Rank #2

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Knife Crime Warrior: Yvonne Lawson MBE

Yvonne Lawson’s son Godwin was stabbed in the street when he was just seventeen. Following his death Yvonne began searching gangs and knife crime and was shocked by its scale and impact. She set up the Godwin Lawson Foundation in her son’s memory and tells Karla about the incredible impact it’s had - including changing UK government policy to help keep young people safe.  Learn more about the foundation (and volunteer) here: https://godwinlawsonfoundation.org/ Find out more about the Warrior Women Network at www.warriorwomennetwork.com

35mins

17 Nov 2021

Rank #3

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Internet Warrior: Dr Charlotte Webb

Many of society’s inequalities are encoded in the internet - seen in the online abuse against women, lack of diversity in the tech sector and biased data collection which reinforces privileges. Dr Charlotte Webb is co-founder of feminist internet, a non-profit organisation that aims to disrupt these inequalities. She tells Karla about the change she’s achieved by bringing intersectional feminist values to a male-dominated sector.  Learn more about Feminist Internet here: https://www.feministinternet.com/ Find out more about the Warrior Women Network at www.warriorwomennetwork.com This podcast is produced by Bird Lime Media.

38mins

2 Nov 2021

Rank #4

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Politics Warrior: Indra Adnan

Our political system is broken and dysfunctional: that’s the view of Indra Adnan, who’s working to transform it. Her platform The Alternative UK and new book The Politics of Waking Up present a new way for society to function - she tells Karla Morales-Lee why we need to put humanity at its heart.   Learn more about Indra’s projects and book here: https://indraadnan.global/ Find out more about the Warrior Women Network at www.warriorwomennetwork.com This podcast is produced by Bird Lime Media.

46mins

20 Oct 2021

Rank #5

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Prison Warrior: Paula Harriott

How do we better support women caught up in the criminal justice system? A mother of five, Paula Harriott spent four years in jail and is now on a mission to help other women going through similar experiences. She tells Karla Morales-Lee how she’s turned her lived experience into a force for good.  Read about the work of the Prison Reform Trust here:  www.prisonreformtrust.org.ukFind out more about the Warrior Women Network at www.warriorwomennetwork.com Shining a light on the ‘ordinary’ intersectional women doing extraordinary things to fix society and the planet. Hosted by Karla Morales-Lee, founder of The Warrior Women Network. This podcast is produced by Bird Lime Media.

43mins

13 Oct 2021

Rank #6

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Waste Warrior: Kresse Wesling

When Kresse Wesling and her husband learned London’s fire hoses were going into landfill they set up a company to save them. Elvis and Kresse is a social enterprise that rescues waste, transforms it into luxury lifestyle accessories and donates a significant portion of its income to charity. Kresse explained to Karla Morales-Lee how to put purpose before profit.   See Elvis and Kresse’s amazing designs here: www.elvisandkresse.com Find out more about the Warrior Women Network at www.warriorwomennetwork.com Shining a light on the ‘ordinary’ intersectional women doing extraordinary things to fix society and the planet. Hosted by Karla Morales-Lee, founder of The Warrior Women Network.  This podcast is produced by Bird Lime Media.

51mins

29 Sep 2021

Rank #7

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Inclusion Warrior: Caroline Casey

Caroline Casey didn’t know she was blind until she was 17. An award-winning social entrepreneur with over 2 million views of her TED talk, she’s putting disability on the global business agenda. She tells Karla Morales-Lee why we all need to focus on the margins and realise our own worth.   Learn more about Caroline’s movement The Valuable 500 here: www.thevaluable500.com Find out more about the Warrior Women Network at www.warriorwomennetwork.com Shining a light on the ‘ordinary’ intersectional women doing extraordinary things to fix society and the planet. Hosted by Karla Morales-Lee, founder of The Warrior Women Network.  This podcast is produced by Bird Lime Media.

35mins

29 Sep 2021

Rank #8

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Trailer: Warrior Women Podcast

Shining a light on the ‘ordinary’ intersectional women doing extraordinary things to fix society and the planet. Hosted by Karla Morales-Lee, founder of The Warrior Women Network.

1min

31 Aug 2021

Rank #9