She's Got Drive

EPISODE 16

SHE'S GOT DRIVE

She's Got Drive
She's Got Drive
Episode 16: Success has come with sacrifices , truth telling by Journalist & Author Kimberly Seals Allers
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In this weeks episode we have  Kimberly Seals Allers, award winning Journalist, Author, Speaker,  Communications Consultant and advocate for breastfeeding and infant health.  Former Senior Editor at Essence and writer at Fortune magazine. Author of five books, this year she released ‘The Big Let Down – How Medicine, Big business and Feminism undermine breastfeeding’.  

 

In this episode Kimberly shares her how she created a successful career as a journalist, the challenges of working in corporate America , how she became an author  and we focus on the culture of breastfeeding in the US and the big challenges that women face. 

 

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She’s Got Drive is produced by Cassandra Voltolina and music by Blonde. Artwork by Natasha Merrifield 

 

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You’re invited to go to  shirleymcalpine.com  for a free download of my ebook ‘3 Top Tips on How to be a Woman with Drive’ and the P.I.E download. 

 

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