Tune in on Thursday, November 16 at 11:00 am MST when I interview Baily Rose, designer – Maison de Rose on Fashion Forward Radio, presentation of Today’s Woman Network.

To listen:  Today’s Woman Network 

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Raised in the sparkly rocks and red cliffs of Colorado, she found fashion and film while studying Psychology and Advertising at the University of Colorado,
Boulder.

Bored of the institutionalization of education and rebelling the rampant objectification of the woman on a college campus, her roommates and herself curated art, fashion and film shows in their living rooms and back yards.

After a short stint in San Francisco, Rose moved to Denver and received a Sewing Certificate from the Emily Griffith Opportunity School.

She explored many film classes at CU Boulder and has played with short fashion films.  No longer participating in fashion shows because of the implied objectification of the woman on a runway, she has opted to show her fashions through photography and performance . Frequently seen bicycling the Lover Streets of Denver with her fellow Prim Mobstresses and ers, they take the job of going around and loving everything very seriously. or Not.

She has now become a hermit in the mountains.

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Maison de Rose strives to become Zero Waste by using only salvaged textiles, trimming as little fabric off as possible. Some small threads & trimmings must be thrown out, but most are saved to be utilized in an accessory or art piece.

 

 

 

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Don’t miss my interview with Teresa Owens Gardner& Paula Hill Meade – The Health Wagon on Thursday, November 13 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio, a presentation of Today’s Woman Network.

To listen:  MileHi Radio

Teresa Gardner – Executive Director

Dr. Teresa Gardner is an FNP who maintains a clinical practice caring for the uninsured in the rural Appalachia Mountains of Virginia. She received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from the University of Alabama.

Dr. Gardner has received numerous awards including the AANP Domestic Humanitarian Award as well as the AANP Virginia State Award for Excellence. She was also awarded the Virginia Governor’s Award for Volunteerism in regards to her coordination of the nation’s largest free health care outreach.

Dr. Gardner has been interviewed on such programs as 60 Minutes, Inside Edition and has received extensive media attention, including international, regarding her efforts to provide access to health care for those in need.

 

Paula Meade – Clinical Director

She has more than 23 years of experience as a primary care provider, educator, clinical manager and expert on rural health care delivery. She has served as adjunct/preceptor faculty for multiple academic institutions including the University of Virginia , Appalachian College of Pharmacy, East Tennessee State University , Ball State University , Virginia Tri-College of Nursing and Old Dominion University . She has a special interest in mentoring, promoting rural health care delivery and works to improve the quality of patient care for residents in Central Appalachia . Recently, she spoke on National Nurses Day at the National Institute of Health in Washington , D.C.

Along with her medical contributions, Dr. Paula Meade is a very active and productive Lion.

She is a skillful and unselfish contributor to our community and the surrounding Southwest Virginia Area. She maintains an active family life, spends graciously, quality time with her own and other children, her loving mother Lion Mattie Hill and entertains at many local functions as well.

 

The Health Wagon

The Health Wagon strives to meet the unique challenges of health care delivery to the medically under-served and indigent in poverty-stricken areas of rural Appalachia. Through the use of this innovative mobile health unit, health care doors are opened to many needy individuals, families, and communities; doors that would have otherwise remained closed.

The Health Wagon visits eleven sites in Southwest Virginia’s Buchanan, Dickenson, Lee, Russell, Scott, and Wise counties on a weekly, biweekly, and monthly basis. Accessibility to culturally sensitive primary health care services that emphasize education and prevention is considered the key to improving the health status for populations residing in these rural areas.

 

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Fashio Forward Radio Interviews Kotomi Yoshida – Studio Yoshida

November 9, 2014

Tune in Sunday, November 9 at 11:00 am MST on Fashion Forward Radio when I interview Kotomi Yoshida, owner of Studio Yoshida.  Apresentation of  Today’s Woman Network.  We broadcast to you each week from The Denver Design Incubator.  To listen: Today’s Woman Kotomi Yoshida is not so much new to the scene as she is […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Nicole Mahobian – Colorado Young Leaders

November 6, 2014

Tune in Thursday, November 6 at 11:00 am MSDT on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview Nicole Mahobian, Founder & CEO – Colorado Young Leaders. To listen:  Mile Hi Radio Nicole Mahobian is Founder & President of Colorado Young Leaders, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that focuses on developing passion-driven high school leaders through the […]

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Fashion Forward Radio Interviews Travon Williams – Anthony Rose Fashions & Productions

November 2, 2014

Tune in on Sunday, November 2 at 11:00 am MST on Fashion Forward Radio when I interview Travon Williams, Anthony Rose Fashions & Productions. A presentation of Today’s Woman Network. To listen:  Today’s Woman Network Travon Anthony Williams was born on September 26, 1993 to his parents Varee Dyson (mother) and Anthony Williams (father) at […]

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Fashion Forward Radio Interviews Travon Williams – Anthony Rose Fashions & Productions

October 30, 2014

Tune in on Sunday, November 2 at 11:00 am MST on Fashion Forward Radio when I interview Travon Williams, Anthony Rose Fashions & Productions. A presentation of Today’s Woman Network. To listen:  Today’s Woman Network Travon Anthony Williams was born on September 26, 1993 to his parents Varee Dyson (mother) and Anthony Williams (father) at […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Jessica Bachus – Dolls for Daughters

October 30, 2014

Tune in on Thursday, October 30 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview this amazing woman, Jessica Bachus, founder of Dolls for Daughters. To listen:  MileHi Radio In January of 2007, Jessica Bachus’s life was sunny, bright and overflowing with love. A proud mother, she was the expectant mother of […]

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Fashion Forward Radio Interviews Lexi Raney & Leslie Robertson – Blackberry Maverick

October 24, 2014

My guests this week on Fashion Forward Radio are Lexi Raney & Leslie Robertson, designers of Blackberry Maverick. Tune in on Sunday October 26 at 11:00 am MST, a presentation of Today’s Today’s Woman Network. To listen:  Today’s Woman Network We at Blackberry Maverick believe that to live with graceful integrity and conscious awareness is […]

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Fashion Forward Radio Interviews Maggie Evans – Maggie Evans Designs

October 17, 2014

Tune in on Sunday, October 19 when I interview Maggie Evans, owner of Maggie Evans Designs at 11:00 am MST on Fashion Forward Radio, a presentation of Today’s Woman Network. To listen:  Today’s Woman Network What I do Maggie Evans Designs is a bridal dressmaking company that fashions one-of-a-kind wedding gowns specially made for each […]

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Pay it Forward Radio Interviews Ashley Cooper – Pain To Power

October 16, 2014

On Thursday, October 16 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio, I will interview Ashley Cooper, Founder of Pain to Power. Find out how she is helping people transform their suffering to self-realization all over the world. To listen:  MileHi Radio Ashley is a Best-Selling Author, Speaker, and philanthropist from Canada. Her mission to […]

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