Welcome to the In AWE Podcast where we amplify women by sharing their unique stories and empowering a community through the mission in their message.
Series formats will highlight stories about seeking balance, resilience, faith, overcoming obstacles, and strategies to remove tethers that bind us from rising to our full potential. The podcast is a feature developed by Sarah Johnson, former English teacher and school principal turned author and entrepreneur. Join our community by using the #InAWEtoRISE hashtag.
This episode features Andrea Gribble, CEO of #SocialSchools4EDU. Andrea is passionate about helping your school broadcast your story to the world. After working with her daughter’s school district, she learned that many schools lack the time and expertise to feel comfortable with social media. #SocialSchool4EDU was born in 2014 from Andrea’s desire to help other […]
Rae Hughart is a Middle Level Math Educator in Illinois, creator of the Teach Further Model, and the Director of Training and Development for the Teach Better Team. She is co-host of the Teacher Better Talk Podcast with Jeff Gargas, which is part of the Teach Better Team. In 2017, Rae was honored with the […]
Jennifer Hogan has always had a passion for helping others. She has over 20 years experience as an educator, and she is currently an Assistant Principal at Hoover High School in Alabama. She has experience at the high school level as a science teacher, coach, assistant principal and principal. In her various professional roles, she […]
This episode features Dr. Rosa Isiah, Director of Elementary and Instructional Supports in California. Her experiences include 25 years in education as Teacher, Bilingual Specialist, Language Arts Specialist, Assistant Principal, Coordinator of Federal and State Programs, and Principal. As principal, Dr. Isiah focused on supporting the development of a healthy school culture, professional learning communities, […]
In this episode, we are featuring the Co-Founders of WomenED US, a grassroots movement to support and advocate for women in education in the US. Mary Bridget Burns and Anisha Ismail Patel share the mission of the movement, how they came to be part of the global Women ED movement, and their work in launching […]