I’m Deanna Cauthen and I’d first like to say that hosting this show is a dream come true for me. I am honored to have this opportunity to share about the experiences and the lessons I have learned as a wife, a mother, and a woman who has worked as an entrepreneur for the past 30 years. Secondly, you will not just be hearing from me. I will be interviewing women from a broad spectrum of the community about the struggles and successes of their work experience, so you will have the benefit of getting their wisdom, as well. Finally, I want to hear from you. I want to know what your needs are as a working woman. I want to know about the challenges you face and burdens you bear. I want to hear your opinions and ideas about how we can make the workplace experience better for women. I want the conversations that start here,not to end here. I want The Working Woman Radio Show to be a catalyst for future conversations, and more importantly, for change.
Episode 91–8 Inspirational Quotes From Famous Women This week’s Working Woman Radio Show features 8 inspirational quotes from famous women like Oprah Winfrey, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Margaret Thatcher, and others. Below are a few of the quotes. “You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear […]
Episode 90–Summer Reading for the Working Woman Deanna Cauthen, the host of The Working Woman Radio Show, shares 10 of her favorite books to encourage summer reading for the working woman. The nice thing about the summer is that most people usually take vacations during the summer, and this can be a great time […]
Episode 89–Cultivating Sisterhood The Working Woman Radio Show invited teacher and professional storyteller, LaDoris Bias-Davis, into the studio to talk about cultivating sisterhood amongst women. LaDoris shared how her parents encouraged and nurtured her and her siblings, and how that affected her relationships with others as an adult. We spoke about the power of […]
Episode 88–Financial Advice Before the Divorce Mindy Pillow, the owner of the Pillow Law Firm, talks about the importance of women getting financial advice before the divorce. Statistics show about 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States divorce. Mindy tells us about the biggest financial mistakes women make when getting […]
Episode 87–The Work-From-Home Wardrobe Although the pandemic is ending and things are starting to go back to normal, the work-from-home wardrobe will be an important skill to perfect, since working from home is not going anywhere. It may actually be the new normal. The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Adrianna Cauthen, our […]
Episode 86–Working While Disabled The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Abigail Paul, who was recently diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis, to talk about working while disabled. Mrs. Paul, a Registered Behavior Technician, talked candidly about what life looks like as a disabled person. She shared about how her disease has affected her ability to […]
Episode 85–A Conversation with Lizbeth Dison The Working Woman Radio Show had a conversation with Lizbeth Dison, publisher of ‘Our Town DeKalb’ about the good news she brings to the community. Ms. Dison talks about the journey that led her to becoming the publisher and editor of ‘Our Town DeKalb’. She also shared why […]
Episode 84–Top 10 Mother’s Day Gifts Do you want to know what the top 10 Mother’s Day gifts are for the working woman? The Working Woman Radio Show gives you the 411 in this episode. Motherhood, by its very nature, is work, and it’s probably the hardest job you will ever do. So, I’m […]
Episode 83–Continuing A Legacy Continuing a legacy can be a very difficult thing to do, but Elizabeth Omilami, daughter of civil rights leader Hosea Williams, has accomplished it. The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Ms. Omilami, daughter of Hosea Williams and CEO of the Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless, to talk […]
Episode 82–Exercising for Life ? The Working Woman Radio Show invited, personal trainer and owner of InclusIF Fitness, Patrice Peters, into the studio to talk about exercising for life. Ms. Peters talked about the benefits of regular exercise and how it can create a better quality of life. ? More About Patrice Peters Patrice Peters […]
Episode 81–Thriving After Breast Cancer Is thriving after breast cancer possible? The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with breast cancer survivor, Amanda Collier-Rittenhouse, and she said that it is indeed possible. Ms. Collier-Rittenhouse candidly shares about her diagnosis and her treatment plan. She also talked about the support and encouragment she received, and […]
Episode 80–Making a Difference The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Ms. Derrica Williams, the president of the DeKalb National Council of Negro Women, to talk about how she and her organization are making a difference. More About Derrica Williams Derrica Williams is the Chief Operating Officer for Concepts, Inc. in Decatur, Georgia. The […]
Episode 79–The Work of a Matriarch The Working Woman’s Radio Show ended Women’s History Month with a special presentation called ‘The Work of a Matriarch’. This special episode is a tribute to the woman who affected my personal history the most–my mother, Joanna Johnson Styles. The feature is based on a story that I […]
Episode 78–Fulfilling Your Dreams After 50 The Working Woman Radio Show, invited Cheryl Newland, into the studio to talk about fulfilling your dreams after 50. Ms. Newland recently started a new business venture called, Jellybean Productions, a film company. Cheryl shares how she refused to let her age determined her ability to pursue her […]
Episode 77–Be Tax Savvy The Working Woman Radio Show invited tax attorney, Josie Harris into the studio to talk about how to be tax savvy. During our conversation, Ms. Harris-Walton talks about the biggest mistake business owners make when they start a business. She also gave a brief tutorial on the various types of business […]
Episode 76–Malaika Wells–A Community Advocate The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Malaika Wells, a community advocate with Global Ubuntu in Atlanta. Mrs. Wells, the co-director of the organization, shared how Global Ubuntu helps Georgia residents use their individual and collective power to change their communities for good. Malaika stated that Global Ubuntu’s […]
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Episode 75–When Women Collaborate Today, The Working Woman Radio Show sat down with Adrianna Cauthen to talk about what happens when women collaborate. Healthy competition whether it’s in the workplace or in sports as well or in the educational arena can be a good thing, but often competition can become toxic, and I think […]
Episode 74–The Business of Hair-Pt.2 In The Business of Hair-Pt.2, The Working Woman Radio Show invited hairstylist, Angelia McCall, back to the studio to talk about Tessica Brown-the Louisiana woman dubbed “Gorilla Glue Girl” after she made the unfortunate mistake of spraying her hair in place with the adhesive. Many people made fun of […]
Episode 73–Start Your Own Podcast–Pt 2 Start Your Own Podcast-Pt. 2 primarily deals with debunking the myths behind podcasting and helping potential podcasters lay a good foundation. Start Your Own Podcast- Pt 1 primarily focused on the equipment and the basics of podcasting. Since that show aired, more people have reached out to me […]
Episode 72–Practicing Self-Care Practicing self-care can be a difficult thing to do especially for busy working women with families. Angela Paul, a math and science teacher, mother of four adult children and four grandchildren, defines exactly what self-care means. Mrs. Paul shares candidly about her own personal struggles with this issue. She also talks about […]
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