Deep Fried Studios is excited to announce the creation and launch of the “Girls Can” podcast series hosted by the school-aged and teenage Swain Sisters (Elizabeth, Brooke, Abigail, and Grace). The Girls Can Podcast aims to give all girls an opportunity to hear leadership advice from smart, strong, successful and amazing women. These four young podcasters have found some of the most successful professional women in the Mobile, Alabama community to interview and share their experiences and advice in a short, informative (but fun) radio show-like format. Girls Can discuss real-world issues, life skills, career advice, and lessons that affect the lives of young women. This is a podcast made by young women for young women because the girls of today are the future leaders of tomorrow. Girls Can podcast can be found and heard on iTunes, Libsyn, and most websites where you find the internet's top-ranked podcasts.
Mobile, Alabama, – May 24th, 2018 – Deep Fried Studios, a branded content creation, podcast technology, and production company, has launched The Girls Can Podcast series. Hosted by the four Swain Sisters (Elizabeth, Brooke, Abigail & Grace), powered by a HERlead grant, and partnered with Johnny Gwin (Deep Fried Studios Producer) Girls Can Podcast delivers an informative, straight talk, educational and fun internet distributed show for any young woman that strives to be a stronger leader and female role model. The Girls Can Podcast hosts find and interview the most exceptional and professional women in our community to learn from their experiences, stories, and mentorship. Topics that will be explored range from essential life skills, career direction, finances, self-defense, activism, nutrition, interviewing skills, CPR and more. The Swain Girls want to give all girls an opportunity to hear leadership advice from smart, strong, successful and amazing women because they believe the girls of today become the future leaders of tomorrow.
To hear the Girls Can Podcast, please visit girlscan.libsyn.com
To date, the Girls Can Podcast features four episodes (there will be a total of 12 for the first season):
Ep.1 - The Girls of Girls Can
In this very first Girls Can podcast, the Swain sisters - Elizabeth, Brooke, Abigail, and Grace - discuss the purpose of Girls Can. Funded by a HerLead grant, the Swains discuss the importance of female empowerment. Each girl hopes to share their high school experiences and learn from strong female role models in our community. Listen Here >>> http://bit.ly/2IVHsQ2
Ep.2 - Social Media with Stacy Wellborn
Elizabeth and Brooke Swain interview Ms. Stacy Wellborn, an Adjunct Springhill College professor, Focus Women's Conference Coordinator, Deep Fried Studios Podcaster, and chief media strategist of Wellborn Strategies. Ms. Stacy Wellborn discusses how to use social media to its full potential while sharing her experiences as a successful female professional. Listen here >>> http://bit.ly/2s2HuMj
Ep.3 - Public Speaking with Devon Walsh
Elizabeth and Brooke Swain interview Ms. Devon Walsh, a professional news anchor with over 15 years of on-air experience who was voted "Alabama's Best News Anchor." Ms. Walsh discusses the qualities of an effective public speaker and the importance of preparation. Listen here >>> http://bit.ly/2kf1yqp
Ep.4 - Women's Health and Nutrition with Stacy Lewis
Stacy Lewis, a registered dietitian and certified personal trainer, joins Elizabeth and Brooke Swain to discuss the importance of women's nutrition. Giving insight into the world of women's health, Ms. Lewis emphasizes the significance of well-balanced meals while sharing healthy after-school snack ideas. Women feel their best when they exercise and eat healthily, but we must always remember that we are more than the measure of our waistline. Listen here >>>> http://bit.ly/2Li7JGq
Elizabeth Swain is a recent high school graduate and on her way to her first year at college. She is a HERLead Fellow and loves competitive tennis. She also volunteers at St. Mary’s Home by hosting tennis clinics and tutoring in English and History.
Brooke Swain is a going to be a high school senior. She loves competitive tennis and golf, and she is on her high school scholar’s bowl team. She also volunteers at St. Mary’s Home by hosting tennis clinics, and she tutors in Math and Science.
Abigail Swain is a rising freshman in high school. She loves to play high school volleyball and tennis. Abigail also is an accomplished artist and singer. She also hosts tennis clinics at St. Mary’s Home.
Grace Swain is the youngest of the four sisters, and she is in middle school. She plays competitive volleyball and tennis. She loves her cat Bluebell, and she also volunteers at St. Mary’s Home.
The Girls Can Podcast is an on-demand, easily found and accessed internet show. There are five ways a listener may enjoy the podcast:
1. Visit girlscan.libsyn.com: All episodes (and show descriptions) are located on this website.
2. Facebook: Search "girls can podcast" and LIKE the page. All episode links and resources are posted to this Facebook Podcast Page.
3. Search “girls can podcast” in the iTunes Store: Subscribe and listen to all shows on Apple’s iTunes store in the podcast section.
4. Phone Apps: visitors wishing to receive new episodes immediately upon availability may also subscribe to the podcast’s RSS feed via podcasting apps like iPhone Podcast App and Overcast.
5. Email: Johnny Gwin at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a specific show or instructions to ensure delivery of all new episodes.
Girls Can Podcast is sponsored by Girls Can, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of young women in our community of Mobile, Alabama. Our mission is to encourage young women to make a difference through education and service because the girls of today become the future leaders of tomorrow.
This podcast is sponsored in part by a grant from HERlead - A Fellowship for young women on their way.
Girls Can Podcast is created and produced in collaboration with Deep Fried Studios and Container Yard Co-Working.
About Deep Fried Studios
Deep Fried Studios produces podcasts that are entertaining and informative and provides a cutting-edge “alternative” advertising opportunity for businesses. Our studios are located right in the heart of Downtown Mobile's co-working club - Container Yard in Mobile, Alabama. Managed and produced by Johnny Gwin, Deep Fried Studios has developed and released six distributed shows with more than 100 episodes. The roster of shows includes Pulpit To Pew, Swain Sinus Show, Jason Will's Agent 251, and the Alabama Saltwater Fishing Report. Johnny Gwin consults local radio and podcast personalities and is a regular guest on the iHeart Media's Uncle Henry Show, FMTalk 106.5, 2 Guys & Some Change Show, and The Crazy Marketing Ladies Network (Tampa, Florida.)
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