Your voice can be used as an instrument of change to shift perspectives and change the world,” says Amanda Schneider, East Valley resident and Executive Director of Amplify Voices, a local nonprofit.
Alongside Gilbert resident Deb Shapiro, the founder of Amplify Voices, Schneider leads this one-of-a-kind nonprofit that encourages people from marginalized communities who want to use their voices as to change perspectives, therefore changing themselves and the world.
Welcome to another episode of Community on Purpose, the podcast where we sit down with women who are intentionally creating community through business, giving or living. Our guest today is Amanda Schneider, Executive Director of Amplify Voices, a nonprofit organization serving individuals from marginalized communities who want to use their voice as an instrument of change.
EVIT Radio’s Public Affairs Director Rebecca Freeman chats with Amanda Schneider, the Executive Director of Amplify Voices, an organization dedicating to “serving groups historically misunderstood or silenced, and empowering individuals in these communities to use their voice as an instrument of change.”
“The Voices We Need to Hear: How Amplify Voices is Creating a Ripple of Change”
Amplify Voices is a nonprofit that provides support, a safe environment and a platform for women coming out of sexual abuse and sex and human trafficking. Helping them regain their dignity and share their stories.
On this episode of Mind Well, host Michelle Jones interviews Deb Shapiro. Deb is the founder of Amplify Voices – an organization focused on amplifying the voices of the silenced, misunderstood and oppressed. Join us as we talk about the power of showing up in authenticity, courage and the triumph in our experiences.
Listeners who hold back sharing their experiences or who want to understand how to build powerful constructive connections.
In today's episode Amanda explains why and how she added a new title to her resume over and above operating a profitable small business for many years. Her personal story of pain and trauma is helping others to become empowered.
Power Networking Media's weekly SPOTLIGHT feature program introduces you to successful small business owners who share content and information that you don't want to miss.
How does one find their voice, peace, and health after a traumatic event or past?
Host, Kelly Lorenzen, PMP, was joined on-air by special guests Michelle Jones, President of Integrate Trauma, Tristine Bogle, Owner of Good Habits Nutrition , and Amanda Schneider, Executive Director of Amplify Voices .
These amazing women shared personal stories, expert opinions, tips, and resources that will help anyone who has struggled with nutrition, dieting, trauma, sex trafficking, and/or sexual assault.