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Im sure by now you have listened to Candy’s Podcast Series – “The Story Behind Her Success”, if you have not, why havent you? You will be inspired and entertained by the women Candy has interviewed all while telling a great story like only Candy can do. Here is the latest installment.
25 / IN THE SPOTLIGHT: LISA SIMMONS Meet Lisa Simmons: arts philanthropist, filmmaker and producer. As the director of the Roxbury International Film Festival and the Color of Film Collaborative, she has spent the last 20 years shining a light on stories that must be told and often are not. Every June, she screens films that celebrate people of color across the world and in doing so, Lisa supports filmmakers who are creating media that matters. The quality of her work has been acknowledged with many awards including the Image Award from Women in Film New England and the Leadership Award from the Urban League Guild of Eastern Massachusetts. In this inspiring interview, we sat down to talk about where Lisa’s passion for telling stories comes from and discovered…it’s in her blood. @roxfilm @roxburyfilm #RoxFilm20 #16LifeLessons @CandyOterry #storybehindhersuccess
23 / IN THE SPOTLIGHT: SARA CAMPBELL
Tenacity. That’s the attribute Sara Campbell says an entrepreneur must have in order to be successful. In this episode, we interview Boston based women’s clothing designer Sara Campbell. Born and raised in La Jolla, California, Sara came to Boston to attend graduate school at Lesley College and the Massachusetts College of Art. A person of great faith and conviction, she was mentored by Sr. Mary Corita Kent whose artwork became an inspiration for her vibrant, colorful clothing line. Incorporated in 1986 as Sara Campbell Designs, Sara grew her business to 23 stores through good times and bad. She is proud to manufacture everything she makes in the USA and says designing clothes makes her heart sing. “It’s what I love to do. I want to make my customer feel good about herself and her life.” #storybehindhersuccess #16lifelessons Candyoterry.com
22 / IN THE SPOTLIGHT: JODI-TATIANA CHARLES In the spotlight: Jodi-Tatiana Charles, a woman who has enjoyed tremendous success in multiple careers: as a school teacher, a radio and TV producer, deputy press secretary for Mitt Romney, public speaker, entrepreneur and most recently, as the author of a children’s book. Born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Brockton, Massachusetts, Jodi is a proud first-generation Haitian American whose inspiring book It’s Just A Rug teaches children to celebrate their heritage, traditions, and values through a lense of love and acceptance. Determined to open hearts and minds to the beauty of family, Jodi shares the lessons her parents and grandparents taught her along the way, inspiring a whole new generation. #storybehindhersuccess #16LifeLessons candyoterry.com
21 / IN THE SPOTLIGHT: ELLIE ANBINDER
27 years ago, Ellie Anbinder heard the words “you have breast cancer”. With no family history of the disease, she began asking her doctors how she got breast cancer in the first place and no one seemed to have an answer. So she decided to dig deep into the disease, only to find that 93% of all breast cancer funding goes to treatment and cure, not prevention. To Ellie, this made no sense. She is the founder of Find The Cause: www.findthecausebcf.org, a non-profit focused on discovering the why behind a disease 1 in 8 women will experience in their lifetime. Find The Cause funds scientists and researchers who work tirelessly in labs right here in Boston with a focus on toxic chemicals and their effect on our bodies and our environment. Her passion to find the cause of breast cancer is not just about protecting her family, but yours, too. In this way, Ellie Anbinder is a trailblazer and her story will inspire and inform you. #storybehindhersuccess #16LifeLessons