Wise Woman Radio

  • Friday, March 13, 2020 8:06 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Peyote Way's Anne Zapf

    Susun interviews Anne Zapf.
    Rev Anne Zapf is one of the founders of the multicultural Peyote Way Church of God in Southeast Arizona located in the Aravaipa Valley. Rev Zapf has spent the last 40 years advocating and promoting religious tolerance as well as encouraging members to make ecologically enlightened lifestyle choices. She teaches and advises various organizations and individuals in the United States, Europe and Asia. Born and raised in Philadelphia to a prominent musical family, she is also an accomplished singer. She attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO, and received her BS degree in Zoology. She and her husband Matthew Kent have three grown children. They trained with Master Potter Immanuel “Mana” Trujillo who created nationally acclaimed Mana Pottery, which is on display at the Smithsonian Museum Institute of Native American Art.

  • Monday, March 09, 2020 4:34 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    LGBTQ Community's Kathleen Archambeau

    Susun interviews Kathleen Archambeau.
    Kathleen is a longtime LGBTQ activist. She is one of the founding members of the LGBT wing of the SF Public Library and was VP of the board of one of the oldest mental health nonprofit agencies serving the LGBTQ community. With her wife, Kathleen won two bronze medals in same-sex ballroom dancing at the Gay Games in Cologne, Germany. Currently, Archambeau serves as the Secretary of the Board of the 100-year-old Women's National Book Association — SF Chapter. She is a legacy donor to the University of Iowa Writers Workshop, with a targeted scholarship for LGBTQ writers. After a thriving corporate career and adjunct professorship at several SF universities, Kathleen is working on a novel with a queer theme after publishing two nonfiction books on inspiring profiles of LGBTQ icons and artists. She lives in the SF Bay Area.

  • Sunday, March 01, 2020 4:27 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Mystic Sonja Grace

    Susun interviews Sonja Grace.
    Sonja is a highly sought-after mystic, healer, artist, and storyteller with both Norwegian and Native American heritage. As an energy surgeon and remote healer, she has been counseling an international roster of clients for over thirty years. The award-winning author of Spirit Traveler, Become an Earth Angel, Dancing with Raven and Bear, and Odin and the Nine Realms Oracle, Sonja has appeared multiple times with George Noory on Beyond Belief and Coast to Coast AM. Sonja is featured on Great Minds, Inspirations and Ancient Civilizations on GAIA TV. She lives in Arizona with her husband.

  • Friday, February 21, 2020 2:57 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    DNA Activations Shirley Bolstok

    Susun interviews Shirley Bolstok.
    Shirley was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Her parents were Holocaust Survivors. She has authored books such as "Apples from the tree of Life, Impassioned Soul, and Grapes from the Vines of Life." She is an energy healer, speaker, teacher as well as a medium who is able to connect with those on the other side and has spoken at the 11:11 and 12:12 Earth Star Conferences in and has been guest on numerous radio shows. She does very specific work called the Number "8" and I AM DNA Activations. Shirley is a certified Matrix Energetics Practitioner, works with past lives, mediumistic information, frequencies and some other modalities. Questions about various healing systems are also invited. She reads and works with each individual as a part of the collective consciousness. Her goal is to give each individual the tools to work with their own ascension and works with mapping within the Spiritual Physical and Emotional Bodies that lead to increased consciousness, abundance and awakening to our true selves.

  • Friday, February 14, 2020 2:37 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Goddess on Earth Lisa Levart

    Susun interviews Lisa Levart.
    Lisa is an artist/photographer based in Nyack, NY, operating in the intersection between fine arts and social engagement. Ms. Levart has been creating photographic portraits and multimedia installations of women embodying poetic myths for almost twenty years. Her work has been shown in numerous galleries and public venues and is in the collection of the 9/11 Memorial Museum in NYC. A monograph of Levart's work "Goddess on Earth; Portraits of the Divine Feminine" won a Gold Nautilus Book Award, and was named one of the 100 Best New Women's Spirituality Books by the California Institute of Integral Studies in 2018. Levart is close to completeing an Oracle Deck with new portraits. She is passionate about another project: "Storekeepers:Women of the Indigenous World" a series of portraits of indigenous women embodying ancestral stories.

  • Saturday, February 08, 2020 7:05 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Women's Empowerment Zsuzsanna Budapest

    Susun interviews Zsuzsanna Emese Budapest.
    Z has led rituals, lectured, taught classes, given workshops, written articles tirelessly, and published in hundreds of women's newspapers across the country. She has powerfully influenced many of the future teachers and writers about the Goddess. The California Institute for Integral studies in San Francisco recognized Z's contribution to Women's Spirituality Movement. Today Z lives in Santa Cruz, California, giving workshops and lectures but always making time to smell the roses. She is the founder and director of the Women's Spirituality Forum, a nonprofit organization sponsoring Goddess spirituality retreats and festivals for women.

  • Friday, January 31, 2020 12:15 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Medical Parenting' Jacqueline Jones

    Susun interviews Jacqueline Jones.
    As the mother of two grown children Dr. Jones has navigated the medical system with her own children. Her expertise as a physician and surgeon with over 25 years experience make her uniquely qualified to give parents mean- ingful advice. Dr. Jones trained as a physician at Cornell Medical College as well as completing her surgical training at University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Medical School. She is listed as one of America’s Top doctors and is a Clinical Associate Professor at Weill Cornell Medical College. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Surgeons.

  • Friday, January 24, 2020 3:37 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Raising the Bottom' Lisa Boucher

    Susun interviews Lisa Boucher.
    After short stints where Lisa trained polo horses, worked as a flight attendant, hairdresser, and bartender, she revamped her life and settled in as a registered nurse. For the past twenty-eight years has worked with hundreds of women to overcome alcoholism, live better lives and become better parents. Raising the Bottom is her fifth book. She was prompted to write Raising the Bottom when she realized after twenty plus years of working in hospitals, that doctors and traditional health care offer few solutions to women with addiction issues. She is the mother of twin sons, and lives in Ohio with her husband.
    Find out more about Lisa by visiting her website: Raisingthebottom.com
    You can also follow her on Twitter @LBoucherAuthor and Instagram!

  • Friday, January 17, 2020 7:11 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Planet Love's Tanya Zabinski

    Susun interviews Tanya Zabinski.
    Tanya Zabinski views life as the ultimate artwork and aspires to live an artful, heartful, and mindful life. She studied art, design, music, and philosophy at Buffalo State College, Parsons School of Design, and Kansai Gaidai University in Japan, and she is a recipient of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Tomie dePaola Award. Using a self-invented reduction process with silkscreen printing, Tanya combines strong composition and flat color to create bold, graphic, eye-catching images. A true community artist, Tanya and her husband, Joe DiPasquale, co-founded the Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts in Buffalo, NY. For 25 years they have run Planet Love (planetlovedesigns.com), their own art-based business, exhibiting at more than 20 outdoor art and music festivals per year. Instantly recognizable to those who know and love her art, Zabinski's prints reach a wide audience through printing on the accessible media of T-shirts, banners and paper. She is a life-long yoga and meditation practitioner, bicyclist, camper, hiker and because she lives in the very snowy hills south of Buffalo, NY, a cross-country skier. To find out more about Tanya and her work, go to tanyazabinski.com

  • Friday, December 20, 2019 4:34 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    'Why Didn't I Notice Her Before' author Beth Cramer

    Susun interviews Beth Cramer.
    Beth is an accomplished editor / director producing independent film, commercials, music video and branded content. Her award-winning documentary "Plan B, Single Women Choosing Motherhood," explores the social picture single motherhood presents and the reason this trend is snowballing among women in their thirties and forties. Cramer launched Brave Films in 2007 making the companies home in NYC and The Hudson Valley. Cramer is a master of melding powerful, emotionally driven experiences in her work. Her portfolio spans styles including dialogue, visual storytelling, music-driven imagery, off beat comedy and evocative fashion/beauty. Cramer has collaborated with some of the worlds leading creative agencies and talent in the industry.
    In 2017 Cramer was diagnosed with stage IV Ovarian Cancer and her memoir, Why Didn't I Notice Her Before?, documents her experience as a mother, wife, sister and daughter through her diagnosis. Today, Beth lives with her husband and son in the Hudson Valley and spends her time writing and creating.

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