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TomGirl with J.J. Jurgens

Author: J.J. Jurgens

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On TomGirl, J.J. Jurgens interviews your favorite badass personalities in sports, entertainment, fashion and adventure.
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Joining the show this week is Alyshia Ochse, a Los Angeles-based actress, bestselling author, podcast host, entrepreneur, mother and wife. She discusses her role in Antoine Fucqua’s new series #FreeRayShawn, her book “Life Lessons,” and how she’s using her lessons to help others find self-fulfillment. We also dive into her podcast, That One Audition, where she interviews her guests about their journey as an actor and the moment when their career took off. Alyshia even shares her own personal story of that one audition she had, you know, the one where she farted. You’ll want to hear this story for sure! --- Support this podcast:
Attention adventure seekers! This episode is for you! Saveria Tilden is the Founder & CEO of AdventurUs Women, a company that offers adventures created by women for women. Saveria talks about answering the call of the wild and leaving behind her corporate job to pursue her passion, her mission to get more women out exploring the outdoors, her new podcast the Almost There Adventure Podcast, oh and those Ironman Triathlons she's also completed in her spare time. Plus, she's giving TomGirl listeners $200 off her upcoming Escape Adventures all month long! Go to or Eventbrite to register and enter the code TOMGIRL200 at checkout. --- Support this podcast:
She's baaaack! Since February is love month,  the hilarious author of Eat, Pray, #FML Gabrielle Stone returns to talk about love, relationships, and finally understanding what self-love truly means. She gives tips on forgiveness, not putting up walls, and truly seeing yourself so you are open and ready for new love to enter your life. She also discusses her new audio book, film projects, and her solo trip to Southeast Asia and why everyone needs to book that solo vacation pronto! --- Support this podcast:
If you've dreamed of working for your favorite sports team, listen up!  Cynthia Escorcia works for the Orlando Magic as part of their Live Entertainment Marketing Team. In this episode, she'll talk about how she landed the job, give you a glimpse inside a typical game day, reveal what skills are important in the industry, and offer advice for going after that sports gig.  --- Support this podcast:
It's a special Galentine's Day episode with Jenifer Golden and Lauren Leonelli, hosts of the popular dating and relationship podcast, It's Complicated! Jen and Lauren talk about their show and its evolution, sex and The Big O (yes, they have tips for having more of those ladies), dating and the dreaded dating apps, give their picks for the perfect TomGirl cocktail and oh so much more. So grab some wine and chocolate and enjoy! --- Support this podcast:
It's red carpet season so on this episode we're talking fashion with designer Stefanie Naylor.  Her work has been seen on the CMA Awards, Miss USA Pageants, numerous red carpets and on many happy brides.  She talks about discovering her flair for fashion, turning her passion into her own business and offers advice for others wanting to follow their designing dreams.  --- Support this podcast:
This New Year, many of you have made a resolution to become the best version of yourself and to grow beyond what has been holding you back. Identity Coach Natalie Saimeri is just the person you need to help you do that! She guides women out of hidden anxiety and depression and into the next chapter of life by helping them face their fears, heal emotional scars and find their self-worth. In this episode, Natalie shares some of the techniques she uses and offers advice on getting unstuck. She also opens up about her personal story as a former All-American gymnast and National Champion who lost her identity after athletics and her journey to becoming an identity coach. --- Support this podcast:
At only 19 years old, Miranda Parkin is a creative force to be reckoned with. Her incredibly unique artwork and fanart of her favorite television shows and movies has garnered a huge social media following. She’s also a voiceover actor, singer, YouTuber and college student. In this episode, she talks about creating her drawings, finding her voice in art and in life, and offers advice to other artists out there on their creative paths. She also opens up about her personal battle with depression and anxiety and her courageous fight for mental health. --- Support this podcast:
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Madison Margot has been singing since the age of three.  She describes her style as "storytelling pop" and aims to create music with confessional lyrics people can relate to mixed with that vibe that makes you wanna just get up and dance. She gives an honest look at what it's like being a young woman searching for real love and truth in today’s world. In this episode, Madison discusses her new single, "In The Morning," how to mend a broken heart, creating your own music, and her favorite adventure spots! --- Support this podcast:
As the reporter for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Casey Phillips is living her dream job. She hosts two radio shows for the team, two TV shows, the gameday show inside the stadium  and takes you up close and personal with the Bucs on the field and off the field. In this episode, Casey talks about her career journey, the joys and challenges of the job, and steps you can take if you're interested in pursuing a career in sports broadcasting.  She also discusses the historic new program the Buccaneers just announced, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Girls in Football Scholarship Fund, making them the first NFL team to establish a groundbreaking scholarship program benefiting female high school football players. --- Support this podcast:
If you've ever been to a Dodger game, then you've seen DodgerVision in action. Bridget, Cecilia and Darcy are all part of the DodgerVision team, a 31-member video production crew that puts on an entertainment show for all the fans in the stadium. You know, those big screens in the outfield, the LED ribbon boards, the stat updates, the fan cam, those fun videos in between innings...well, they're a few of the faces behind all of that. In this episode, they’ll give you an inside glimpse into what it takes to produce the show each game, discuss the equipment and technical programs used, and share how they each landed their dream job with the Dodgers and give tips on how you can land your dream sports job as well! --- Support this podcast:
After 15 years as a gymnast and competing at the DI level for Sacramento State, when Bethany Crouch entered the professional world she discovered the transition was difficult. Realizing she wasn't alone and other athletes were going through similar situations, she was inspired to create Her Sports Story, a podcast and blog where former female athletes share their stories, connect on the transition out of sports and build a supportive tribe.  On this episode, Bethany shares her personal story, offers resources for athletes going through the transition, and addresses how to best navigate through different phases of your life.  --- Support this podcast:
On this week’s episode, actor, producer and founder of Monument Productions Jenny Shakeshaft joins the show! Listen as she shares how she went from growing up in Monument, Colorado to working in Hollywood on films such as Oliver Stone’s W, voicing commercial campaigns for L’Oreal and Ford, and now creating her own production company. She shares tips on how to evolve with the industry, get out of your own way, create content, grow your business, wear many hats and enjoy it all! --- Support this podcast:
On this episode former boxer, Level IV Olympic Level Boxing Coach, and CEO of Boxing and Barbells Cary Williams gives you the one-two punch on building your business, the mental and physical benefits of boxing and the reasons why it should be your next workout, and tips on growing your confidence so you can punch your way through anything life puts in your ring. --- Support this podcast:
TomGirl celebrates its 100th episode! In this fun show, Dominica Jordan takes you inside the world of cosplay giving you tips on how to create amazing costumes, which conventions are the best to attend, and how to be part of the cosplay community.  When she's not slaying it as Maleficent, she's working as a graphic designer for CBS creating stunning graphics for their shows.  A total TomGirl, she is also a former college softball player and loves to ride her Harley. Find out how she landed a network job, her secret to getting a college scholarship and her favorite spot for a long ride.  --- Support this podcast:
On this episode, charismatic TV host, actress and entrepreneur Stacy Ike joins the show.  Stacy is the Founder of Fight for your Fairytale, a brand that inspires and encourages other dreamers and creatives to believe in themselves wholeheartedly and to continually grow past their fears to become the best version of themselves.  Stacy shares tips on growing your own business, pushing through the challenging times and going after your dreams.  She also dishes on what it was like being selected by Oprah to host on the Oprah Winfrey Network-OWN. --- Support this podcast:
Amanda McGrew is a former Division I college basketball player who is now changing the game of dating with the Playoff Dating App.  After struggling in her own love life and trying to connect with people on other dating apps, she realized who she always connected most with were other athletes.  Realizing there wasn’t an app for that, she put her game face on and created it. In this episode, she talks about the process of developing the app, how athletics have shaped her career and why you can’t be afraid to write that letter or make that phone call asking for what you want in life. --- Support this podcast:
In this week's episode, fitness trainer and actor Jenna Willis joins the show to discuss her professional journey and how she's successfully combined her passion for fitness with her love for the entertainment industry. Jenna has appeared on shows such as Vanderpump Rules, The People v. O.J. Simpson, and is currently producing and hosting her own YouTube fitness channel. She discusses the importance of taking leaps of faith, making things happen on your own, training tips and unveils the details of her new Bride-To-Be Workout Program designed to guide brides to look and feel their best on the best day of their life in all realms of health and wellness. --- Support this podcast:
New York-born Melanie Minichino, or as some affectionately call her, "Small Khakis," has been pursuing acting and comedy since the age of eight. She's landed roles on shows such as The Sopranos, Law & Order, and S.W.A.T. as well as being the host for the Speed Channel. She now is the voice behind numerous kick-ass female characters in animation and video games including Anya Corazon in Spider-Girl,  Watts in Blaze and the Monster Machine, Ava in T.O.T.S. , Gina in Far Cry New Dawn, Exuberant Witness in Halo and is the promo voice of Disney Junior.  In this episode, Melanie chats with J.J. about how she creates different characters and building a career in voiceover.  Plus, don't miss a special visit from one of her most popular characters, Maurizio! --- Support this podcast:
Spencer Garrett is a third-generation actor who has been working in film, television and theatre for nearly thirty years. With over 200 IMDB credits, you've seen him in just about everything! Spencer talks about sharing the screen with Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and his upcoming role in HBO's Showtime  as the legendary Chick Hearn. He also gives insider advise on creating a lasting career in Hollywood, developing podcasts like his hit podcast America 2.0, and we learn about his adventurous side as he shares about his trip to Wild Willy's Hot Springs and his favorite hiking spots.  --- Support this podcast:
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