ABOUT THE SHOW
Be Your Change Podcast highlights women changemakers’ voices who have a social impact within their community.
The show discusses global issues with a solution-oriented approach and provide insights on how we can all be the change we want to see in the world. Juliette talks to social entrepreneurs, non-profit and community leaders, artists and media entrepreneurs who aim to build a more sustainable and inclusive society.
Inspiring & Good!!
★★★★★ from Mario 4/22/2019
I’ve checked out a few episodes of this podcast and it was an inspiring one to listen to. It opens up your eyes a lot of the ongoing social challenges..and it’s always good to see more movement about women’s empowerment too. Recommended!
What a gorgeous and inspiring show!!
★★★★★ from Austria 10/22/2019
i’m in love!! this podcast is exactly what i’ve been looking for and what i missed when i first started my own podcast. so happy to hear from all these inspiring female changemakers. amazing guests,a wonderful host and so much food for thought for my own journey. such a well produced and curated show, goes right on top of my list!!
Want to know what you might learn on Be Your Change podcast, check out the show notes below
The Parisian Neighborhoods You Should Absolutely Know With Rebecca Dry, Founder of Love Montreuil 
I’ve been living here for 17 years. I was very Parisian when I first came here. It wasn’t the same offer here either. I used to go to Paris all the time and the last few years I’ve been noticing, I’ve literally been staying in Montreuil. Not hardly going into Paris apart from work. There are some beautiful exhibitions or you know, still amazing things you can find in Paris. But the offer was getting better and better in Montreuil. It used to be a couple of places to go out on at night, but now there’s lots of choice, amazing DJs, amazing live acts, brilliant exhibitions, festivals, et cetera.
Vava decided to be part of the solution and help coffee farmers and women coffee growers in Kenya to get fair prices for their work.
I talked to Alice Bosley, co-founder of the social impact incubator Five One Labs in Iraq. She saw an opportunity where others saw a war-torn country.
Everything can be changed. So the only rule is to do it slowly because otherwise it’s overwhelming and you feel that you can never do it.
I talked to Alice Bosley, co-founder of the social impact incubator 51 labs in Iraq. She saw an opportunity where others saw a war-torn country.
Interested to know what kind of support you can get as women social entrepreneurs? Listen to the interview with Wingee Sampaio, head of Cartier Women’s Initiative about their program to support women social impact entrepreneurs
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