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Author: Jen Amos

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Welcome to the Filipino American Woman Project - A Podcast Show that shares stories and life lessons told by individuals living (or have lived) in America, that are of Filipino descent and identify as female (or pronouns she/her).

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Connect with our co-hosts on Instagram: Jen @thejenamos & Nani @notesbynani

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Co-hosts Jen and Nani celebrate the season finale by covering listener demographics, recommended episodes for first-time listeners, and listener feedback. They also announce their plans to connect with all of your during the off season. Recommended episodes for first-time listeners: E003 with Jen Amos, E039 with @acertainsoftness, E040 with @sammaybabay Shout out to our listeners from Instagram that left us lovely voice messages: @doctorateadeleine @maxinedimalanta @reclaimingfilipinxidentity @chiecharon @morgan_hoffman14 Also mentioned in the show: Instagram @absamahan @salinass89 Podcasting Resources: http://jenericconversations.com/ (http://jenericconversations.com/) Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos on Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Take the guesswork out of building a website for your podcast show. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Captivate at: https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos (https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos) Personalized focus music to help you get stuff done when you're stressed and under pressure. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Focus@Will at: https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226  (https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Daughter of immigrants, higher education professional, and reality TV enthusiastic Jannel Mariano currently holds the record for listening to our entire show in two days! Jannel shares what it was like being raised as the first member of her family to be born in America, how our show has impacted her career choices, and the importance of being kind to yourself. Connect with Jannel on Instagram @origjannel Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos on Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Take the guesswork out of building a website for your podcast show. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Captivate at: https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos (https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos) Personalized focus music to help you get stuff done when you're stressed and under pressure. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Focus@Will at: https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226  (https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Starla Sampaco launched Career Survival Guide to help early-career professionals, especially women and people of color, navigate work-related challenges. Her background is in journalism and video production, and she has hosted shows on technology and Washington state legislation. In March 2020, Starla started anchoring daily broadcast segments for KCTS (Seattle’s channel 9). Connect with Starla on LinkedIn or Instagram @starlasampaco. Check out the Career Survival Guide on YouTube at http://bit.ly/CareerSurvivalGuide (https://bitli.pro/Jc32_ba09cfdd) Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos on Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Take the guesswork out of building a website for your podcast show. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Captivate at: https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos (https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos) Personalized focus music to help you get stuff done when you're stressed and under pressure. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Focus@Will at: https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226  (https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226 ) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Sapphire Sandalo is the creator of the web series & podcast called Something Scary, where she told ghost stories - emphasizing those from Filipino origins. Today, she hosts the Stories with Sapphire podcast. Other fun facts about Sapphire, she is an independent animator, a teacher at the Loyola Marymount University - Los Angeles (LMU), and a paranormal expert on the Travel Channel. Contact Sapphire on Instagram @awkwardsapphire, email storieswithsapphire@gmail.com or visit https://storieswithsapphire.com/ Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos on Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Take the guesswork out of building a website for your podcast show. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Captivate at: https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos (https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Jenn Estacio is rediscovering herself now that she’s a mom. She currently works full time while learning how to run a small business called Flipp Family on the side. She’s learning that being a mom doesn’t mean you can’t go after your dreams, and that being a mom has made her an even more powerful Filipina. Connect with Jen Estacio on Facebook or Instagram @flippfamily or visit http://flippfamily.com/ (http://flippfamily.com/) Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos on Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Take the guesswork out of building a website for your podcast show. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Captivate at: https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos (https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Jen and Nani celebrate 50 podcast episodes and 12.5k + downloads of The Filipino American Woman Project! Nani also shares her reflections on her first trip to the motherland. Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos on Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Take the guesswork out of building a website for your podcast show. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with Captivate at: https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos (https://my.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenamos) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Founder of Thriver Lifestyle, TEDx & Keynote Speaker, Business Coach & Bestselling Author Marian Bacol-Uba’s life in Miami looks completely different from when she moved from Los Angeles six years ago. She shares how she lived a double life of “checking off all of the boxes” while also have a long-term relationship with drug and alcohol abuse. That is, until she overdosed in 2014. She shares what life has been life since she’s uprooted her life to Miami, FL, and how we have the power to change our narratives from living a victim and survivor mindset to a thriving mindset. Connect with Marian on Instagram @mbacoluba or visit http://www.marianbacoluba.com/ (http://www.marianbacoluba.com/) Co-Hosted by Jen Amos Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
TEDx Speaker, Actor, Single Mother & Founder of “Light Me Up” Survivor Dance Therapy Mae Flores felt fortunate to have a smooth transition immigrating to America at age 11 with her mother and sister. It was only in high school and into college when she really started to question her identity. She questions why we are so quick to assimilate, shares her advocacy work for victims of sexual assault & gender violence, and the power of renewal and the simplicity in believing that we have a choice to make it every single day. Connect with Mae Flores on @officialmaeflores, Facebook @maeflores111 and Twitter @mae_flores Co-Hosted by Jen Amos Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
M. Josephine is an artist, singer-songwriter, connector, and mother of two. She shares her love for being born and raised in Jersey City, and her passion to empower women in their self love and personal development journey. Connect with M. Josephine on Instagram @soulfullyjosephine or email her at inspiredartistmovement@gmail.com (mailto:inspiredartistmovement@gmail.com) Co-Hosted by Jen Amos Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Alyssa Saquilayan is a Board Certified Nurse Coach, recovered binge eater, and neuroplasticity enthusiast. She’s also a San Francisco native, India-trained Yoga Instructor, EntrePiNurse, and Mindfulness junkie. She adds her perspective on the pressures of becoming a nurse and what the nursing career can really look like. She also shares how she overcame body dysmorphia and the importance of mindfulness. Connect with Alyssa on Instagram @alyssacoaching or email her at alyssa@alyssacoaching.com (mailto:alyssa@alyssacoaching.com) Co-Hosted by Jen Amos Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
In celebration of The Filipino American Woman Project’s three year anniversary, Jen shares our first Facebook Live interview from January 12, 2017 with blogger and stay-at-home mother Connie Marie Castro. Connect with Connie on Instagram @embers_and_sandywaves or visit her website https://www.motherhoodsbliss.com/about/ (https://www.motherhoodsbliss.com/about/) Learn more about the San Diego Filipino Blogger Network - Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/367695460098370/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/367695460098370/) -- Hosted by Jen Amos Instagram @thejenamos Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman, email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com or leave a voice message https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message (https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message) -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
For the first official recording of the new year, on January 11th, 2020, Nani and Jen celebrate 8.5k total plays for TFAW Project podcast show! They break down our listenership demographics, recommend their top three episodes for first-time listeners, and share listener feedback. If this is your first time listening, we recommend listening to episodes: 025 with Stacey Anne Salinas, 023 with Marjory Ware, and 034 with Roanne de Guia-Samuels. Shoutout to some of our beautiful listeners on Instagram: @kris10knowsrn @maryxlov3 @a.l.o.h.i. @princssleah. Also, to episode 020 with Jollene Levid Co-Hosted by Jen Amos Instagram @thejenamos and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
As we prepare for a new line up of interviews, we take a moment to check in with our co-host Nani Dominguez before her first trip to the motherland. She shares what had inspired her to visit the Philippines, her relationship with her grandparents, her traveling plans, and what our show has meant to her so far. Be sure to check in on Nani during her trip! Connect with her on Instagram @notesbynani -- Connect with Jen Amos on Instagram @thejenamos or engage with us @thefilipinoamericanwoman Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
This is a recording of our first LIVE event in the SF Bay Area! In this part 2/2 episode, we discuss why Filipinos were left out of American history, bullying and competition within our community, the impact of showing up as ourselves, and where do we go from here. Special thanks to Mestiza Taqueria SF for catering our event. Check them out at https://www.mestizasf.com/ (https://www.mestizasf.com/) or on Instagram @mestizasf. Connect with our attendees: Jen @thejenamos / Nani @notesbynani / Aubrey @au_ptimist / Abby @sailormoon424 / Krystl @filipinaontherise / Stacey Anne @salinass89 / Keane @whatscookkeanegoodlookkeane / Jannel @origjannel Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
This is a recording of our first LIVE event in the SF Bay Area! In this part 1/2 episode, we discuss personal experiences with Filipino organizations, internalized racism, and a historical perspective on why many of us struggle with unworthiness and the imposter syndrome today. Special thanks to Mestiza Taqueria SF for catering our event. Check them out at https://www.mestizasf.com/ (https://www.mestizasf.com/) or on Instagram @mestizasf. Connect with our attendees: Jen @thejenamos / Nani @notesbynani / Aubrey @au_ptimist / Abby @sailormoon424 / Krystl @filipinaontherise / Stacey Anne @salinass89 / Keane @whatscookkeanegoodlookkeane / Jannel @origjannel Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Healer, Artivist and Truthspeaker Sammay Dizon is an unapologetic first-generation brown femme navigating the discourse between decolonization and spirituality through art and healing practices. She gives credit to her mentors and teachers for the wisdom she shares and lives today. She shares how having a concussion became the catalyst to discovering her higher proposal, and her new music video about reclaiming our ancestral magic. Connect with Sammay on Instagram @Sammaybabay or visit http://www.sammaydizon.com/ (http://www.sammaydizon.com/) Co-Hosted by Jen Amos IG (personal) @thejenamos or (professional) @jenamoscreates and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Meia Santos is born and raised in Chicago. Today she is multitasking at her best by balancing work, school and raising her 2-year-old son with her fiancé. She shares what it was like being raised by a single mother who valued preserving language and culture. She also opens up about how abusive relationships can get passed down from mother to daughter and the importance of being the change that you want to see. Connect with Meia on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram @Foodraisedme Co-Hosted by Jen Amos, Instagram @thejenamos, and Nani Dominguez @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
2019 was the year that Morena, Meditation Guide and Space Holder Melissa Barayang felt like she was stepping into her power. Mel shares her experience as a highly sensitive person (HSP), the importance of listening to your body, how she uses her meditation practice to build community around collective healing, reframing relationships, and how she tends to her inner child. Connect with Mel on Instagram @acertainsoftness Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos and Nani Dominguez on Instagram @thejenamos @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Social worker, parent and recovering addict Sarah Ojeda Kimbrough identifies as Mestizx and gender non-binary. Growing up, Sarah grew a resentment around the identity of being female and how they learned to love moving between the spectrum of femininity and masculinity. They share how turning 29 feels like their golden year, their work in a non-profit that provides early childhood education, their research on decolonized pedagogy in higher education, and how self love comes before identity. Connect with Sarah on Instagram @werahera or email her at skryoki@gmail.com Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos and Nani Dominguez on Instagram @thejenamos @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Creator and Host of "Filipina on the Rise" Podcast & Platform Krystl Fabella believes that the Filipino American is an evolving narrative and identity that we continue to construct by sharing our stories. She shares how she identifies as a 1.5 generation Filipino American, what inspired her to start her podcast show, her ongoing work in sexual violence prevention advocacy & activism, and the importance of curating your tribe. Connect with Krystl on Instagram @filipinaontherise or email her at krystl@filipinaontherise.com Connect with co-hosts Jen Amos and Nani Dominguez on Instagram @thejenamos @notesbynani Have something to share? Direct message or Tag us on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman or email us at thefilipinoamericanwoman@gmail.com -- Need someone to talk to? Learn more about how you can get free emotional support through online chat at 7 Cups: https://www.7cups.com/19330087 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
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