Camouflaged Sisters
New Segment: Sisterhood Circle

New Segment: Sisterhood Circle

January 26, 2018
In Session with the Camouflaged Sisters presents a new monthly segment titled Sisterhood Circle - a panel discussion where women come to inspire, encourage and motivate each other to be the BEST versions of themselves they can be. Listen in as our panel discusses the importance of self-care for women. They even offer tips on how to make it a priority to improve your overall health and well-being.
 
Panel Members:
 
Lila Holley - Army Veteran
Abeni Celeste - Army Veteran
Sophia Ellis - Army Veteran
Brandy Baxter - Air Force Veteran
 
New Segment: Business, Books & Belly Laughs 001

New Segment: Business, Books & Belly Laughs 001

January 19, 2018

In Session with the Camouflaged Sisters online radio show presents a new monthly segment titled Business, Books & Belly Laughs with host Sophia Ellis. Join Sophia as she talks about business while getting in some chuckles! She will share money saving tips and out of the box methods to help you start or grow your business. An avid writer, Sophia will also share tips to help you write that book idea that's been brewing in your head. She will motivate you to tap into your passion and reach your potential through love and laughs. GET READY TO FLY!

 
 
New Shows 2018

New Shows 2018

January 12, 2018

Happy New Year! 2017 Was an amazing year for the #CamouflagedSisters and 2018 is off to an amazing start! Listen in as Visionary Author Lila Holley reviews the highlights of 2017 and introduces new show segments, new hosts and other awesome changes coming for 2018! The show ends with a new monthly segment titled #YourStoryYourStrength which will feature new books by military authors.

Learn about the new book by fellow Camouflaged Sister Sweet Magnolia by Sharon Finney, a project dedicated to the memory of her mother. Learn more at https://www.amazon.com/Sweet-Magnolia-Sharon-Finney/dp/1976775663/.  

 

#NewShows2018

#Sisterhood 006 - Deran Young, US Air Force

#Sisterhood 006 - Deran Young, US Air Force

November 5, 2017

Women make up 15% of the 1% of our population that serves in our nation's Armed Forces. We know that it is our uniforms that connect us, but it is our stories that bind us in Sisterhood. It is this Sisterhood that we reach out to when we are at our most vulnerable - deployed, transitioning, launching a new business, or facing divorce or a health crisis. In this series, we talk about how important The Sisterhood is to military women and women Veterans. In this segment, US Air Force officer Deran Young shares how she created an amazing network when she noticed a significant need in the Black community. Her organization not only provides a community of support for therapists, Deran also breaksdown the stigma associated with mental health to educate and serve communities across the globe. Learn more at https://www.blacktherapistsrock.com/.

#Sisterhood 005 - Christie Speight, US Army Veteran

#Sisterhood 005 - Christie Speight, US Army Veteran

October 27, 2017

Women make up 15% of the 1% of our population that serves in our nation's Armed Forces. We know that it is our uniforms that connect us, but it is our stories that bind us in Sisterhood. It is this Sisterhood that we reach out to when we are at our most vulnerable - deployed, transitioning, launching a new business, or facing divorce or a health crisis. In this series, we talk about how important The Sisterhood is to military women and women Veterans. In this segment, US Army Veteran Christie Speights shares how she sat on her idea to start a magazine that celebrated the accomplishments of military women. That is until she couldn't fight the urge any longer. Her magazine, Women Who Serve will go from a quarterly to a monthly publication in 2018 because Christie has discovered the Sisterhood is full of amazing women with incredible stories worthy of celebrating. Learn more at www.womenveteransmagazine.org/

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#Sisterhood 004 - Brandy Baxter, US Air Force Veteran

#Sisterhood 004 - Brandy Baxter, US Air Force Veteran

October 21, 2017
Women make up 15% of the 1% of our population that serves in our nation's Armed Forces. We know that it is our uniforms that connect us, but it is our stories that bind us in Sisterhood. It is this Sisterhood that we reach out to when we are at our most vulnerable - deployed, transitioning, launching a new business, or facing divorce or a health crisis. In this series, we talk about how important The Sisterhood is to military women and women Veterans. In this segment, US Air Force Veteran Brandy Baxter shares how she struggled to identify as a Veteran herself when she separated from the Air Force - that is until she connected with the Sisterhood. She now serves in multiple women Veteran organizations and has fully embraced her place in this unique and amazing Sisterhood of military women. Learn more about Brandy at www.Time2LiveAbundantly.com
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#Sisterhood 003  Guest: BriGette McCoy, US Army Veteran

#Sisterhood 003 Guest: BriGette McCoy, US Army Veteran

October 11, 2017
Women make up 15% of the 1% of our population that serves in our nation's Armed Forces. We know that it is our uniforms that connect us, but it is our stories that bind us in Sisterhood. It is this Sisterhood that we reach out to when we are at our most vulnerable - deployed, transitioning, launching a new business, or facing divorce or a health crisis. In this series, we talk about how important The Sisterhood is to military women and women Veterans. In this segment, US Army Veteran BriGette McCoy shares how Women Veteran Social Justice (WVSJ) Network was formed because she saw a need and developed a solution. The concept started as a thesis project and quickly became her life's work of empowering, educating and creating opportunities for the Sisterhood of women Veterans it serves. 
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#Sisterhood 002 Guest: Airial Re’nal, US Army Veteran

#Sisterhood 002 Guest: Airial Re’nal, US Army Veteran

October 6, 2017
Women make up 15% of the 1% of our population that serves in our nation's Armed Forces. We know that it is our uniforms that connect us, but it is our stories that bind us in Sisterhood. It is this Sisterhood that we reach out to when we are at our most vulnerable - deployed, transitioning, launching a new business, or facing divorce or a health crisis. In this series, we talk about how important The Sisterhood is to military women and women Veterans. In this segment, US Army Veteran Airial Re'nal shares her motivation behind creating a network for Veterans and Service Members. It was a total mental breakdown following her own struggles that cause her to have compassion for others and making herself available to serve the Sisterhood.
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#Sisterhood - Guest Rolande Sumner, US Army Veteran

#Sisterhood - Guest Rolande Sumner, US Army Veteran

September 29, 2017

Women make up 15% of the 1% of our population that serves in our nation's Armed Forces. We know that it is our uniforms that connect us, but it is our stories that bind us in Sisterhood. It is this Sisterhood that we reach out to when we are at our most vulnerable - deployed, transitioning, launching a new business, or facing divorce or a health crisis. In this series, we talk about how important The Sisterhood is to military women and women Veterans. in this segment, US Army Veteran Rolande Sumner talks about how important the Sisterhood was to her when she transitioned from the military and then when she launched her vegan line of skincare products. 

YourStoryYourStrength 13 - Adena Tufts & Shannon Clark

YourStoryYourStrength 13 - Adena Tufts & Shannon Clark

August 8, 2017

With each Camouflaged Sisters book project we've experienced the healing power of putting pen to paper and better understand the incredible power our words have. In this series, we interview coauthors from the next Camouflaged Sisters book, Behind the Rank and learn how they've been able to regain personal strength by sharing their individual stories. Listen in as they share the struggles they've been able to overcome in their lives and military careers to become the courageous women they are today.