ARNA Talks - OUR PODCAST LAUNCH
Changing the narrative, one story at a time
ARNA sisters, Arianne and Natasha Ritz, launched the brand in April 2019 with a mission to empower women to make bold decisions and a vision to re-shape the stories women see and tell about themselves. ARNA Talks is a podcast that brings to light women's stories from across the globe. We ask the tough questions, nothing is off limits when it comes to women's rights and gender equality.
So far we have 3 episodes as part of our Bold Moves campaign for 2020.
Listen to our episode 1 featuring Sara Saleh, award-winning Arab-Australian poet, human rights activist and long-time campaigner for refugee rights and racial justice. She has worked for Amnesty International and CARE International in Australia and the Middle East - in Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and on the Syrian border. Sara is also a lawyer and a published author of Arab Australian Other, she is a true inspiration and powerhouse and we're honoured to have her as part of our Bold Moves campaign at ARNA.
In this episode of ARNA Talks we chat to Kylee Stone, founder and CEO of Team Women Australia. Kylee was also Arianne and Natasha's coach in 2019, supporting them to grow into powerful leaders. Kylee is an incredibly powerful woman with years of experience in the corporate world but most importantly in coaching and supporting women to find their purpose and grow. We are so excited to share her messages and her amazing nuggets of wisdom.
Marlee and Keely Silva are sisters, like us! They launched the platform Tiddas4Tiddas in 2018 sharing stories of Indigenous Female Excellence. Their stories are so powerful and shed light on the amazing leadership and power that comes from supporting each other. They have been featured across multiple news sites, Marie Claire and have their own podcast through Mamamia called Tiddas4Tiddas. Tune in to listen to all of their insights and their truly inspiring story.
We are super excited to share all of these women's amazing views, stories and power, we can change the narrative one story at a time, just by listening and supporting each other.