100% Real With Ashleigh Ewald Talk Show

100% Real With Ashleigh Ewald Talk Show

Initially created a podcast to unite students and teachers by providing a platform to share perspectives during the Covid pandemic to keep the community engaged. I created this podcast to empower young minds to take ownership of their futures and become motivated to achieve their goals through their own voices. The podcast talk show now features interviews with influential individuals to inspire listeners to discover their passion and achieve their dreams. Take a look, enjoy, and share!

Episodes

November 14, 2022 21 min

Meet The New York Times bestselling author Harlan Cohen, who shares insight on college life and key life lessons he helped students across the nation learn. Frequently, college is associated with a promising successful future, and Harlan is here to speak on the notion that it is what you do, not where you go. His qualifications guide students and parents on their college journeys while providing resources to help them not repeat co...

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Welcome Canadian Pop Singer Adil C, a determined artist from Montreal, Québec, and creates music to uplift his fans in loving themselves. Just at 25, Adil keeps making hits across platforms like Spotify and continues to dedicate bringing together the community through his music. Hear more about his journey into music and what it means to do what you love in this episode! 

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This episode is a republish from my school's podcast and features well-known Cambodian American author Loung Ung and a Khmer Rouge genocide survivor.  ‌In this interview, Loung Ung discusses her previous project, the Land Mine Project, and how she worked with Angelina Jolie to bring her story to life. ‌Listen in as we learn more about how her story and what kept her going during an unforgettable event in history. I hope you all...

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Meet Georgia State Representative Sam Park as he discusses what a day of a local politician looks like. Hear how Rep. Sam Park was inspired to serve the community and run for office. The representative offers tips on how young people can be involved locally to make a difference. Enjoy hearing how college students and young minds can engage with the local community. Thank you!

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Meet Ethan Paisley, a filmmaker for social change from California, 21 years old. The actor has appeared in multiple films and continues to impact screens each day positively. In this episode, Ethan offered tips for students majoring in film, theater, or aspiring for a career in entertainment about networking. He discusses overcoming barriers and how young people can create change through his journey. Listen to him and take away som...

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Welcome to my teen special guest. Jack Gruber is the musician of some of my favorite songs and is a high school junior. During this episode, he discusses the importance of starting young and working toward your dreams, as well as the importance of patience when creating meaningful music. He also shares how it inspiration from within is what drives true success. Please listen and enjoy!
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Please welcome Tim Mousseau to the show. The Oglethorpe University's orientation weekend speaker spoke about turning tragic moments into missions. The episode discusses why not only caring about sexual assault is essential but also acting against it and what inspired him to share his experience with sexual assault. Additionally, students can do things if they don't feel listened to, as well as not being required to have a s...
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Welcome to my special guest. The singer, advocate, former candidate for political office, and artist Erycka Ortiz emphasizes the importance of cultural diversity. During this episode, she discusses defining success, what it means to become a musician, the experience gained from running for office, and the importance of community. Please enjoy and share!
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One of my special guests is a Canadian Entrepreneur, Radio Host, Journalist, and Editor in Chief at Peres Daily, Michael Peres (Mikey Peres). His journey from coding in his basement to working with public figures, being present but focusing on the future, and pursuing one's dreams for the right reasons are all discussed in this episode. Enjoy, and I hope you take something away from these talented individuals!
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Welcome to my special guest. Braxton Simpson is an activist, an entrepreneur, and works for civic engagements for college students. This episode discusses the source of inspiration, organizing time, remaining balanced, strengths/weaknesses, facing your challenging decisions, being persistent, and why it's never too soon for students to look toward the future. Enjoy these talented individuals, and I hope you take something away ...
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Welcome one of my special guests is pop singer/songwriter Kristina Lachaga, “The Girl With The Big Pink Heart™.” The topics covered in this podcast are following your heart’s dream, inspiring students across the country with her anti-bullying messages, overcoming obstacles in life and the music/entertainment industry, passion, and showing up to achieve your dreams. Please enjoy! Don't forget to follow her on Instagram, Twitter,...
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Welcome, Kavita Kar, a junior at Wheeler high school and an active member of the Wildcat community. The topics covered in this podcast include the beginnings of getting involved and breaking down what a passion is. Kavita talks about her journey as a Wildcat and how she found purpose in her work.
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Welcome junior Wildcat athlete Navan Kothari who enjoys being involved in leadership and interacting with others. The topics covered in this podcast episode are ways to improve virtual and face-to-face learning, the most significant priorities, and the impact of being a student in the pandemic. Enjoy!
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Welcome, Zoe Shepard, a junior at Wheeler high school and leader of the Wheeler Name Change Initiative. The topics covered in this podcast are how students can remain focused on schoolwork, balanced in life, and overcome current situations. In addition, listen to Zoe share how she became a part of the Wheeler Name Change Initiative and her hopes for its future. Thank you!
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Welcome our first guest is Wheeler’s Audio Video Tech & Film teacher Mrs. Leighanne Kuhn. Her students produce Wildcat TV & Wildcat Morning News. The topics covered in this podcast’s first episode are the frustration with trying to engage students that are remote, advice to teachers who are stressed teaching during this pandemic, and one thing students can do to make it easier for teachers to do their job. Enjoy!
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As a high school senior, I can relate to many students who are struggling with anxiety, stress, and created this podcast to help students stay connected in a virtual setting. This podcast will feature students sharing their stories of how they are coping with the pandemic and provide tips to share with listeners. Please enjoy and hopefully, listeners will take something away from this podcast.
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