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I'm Awake! Now What?

I’m your host Krista Xiomara and this podcast was created as an audio community for anyone who is on the "Path." Every Sunday I sit down to speak with inspiring guests to share their journey through awakening, spiritual enlightenment and personal development. My hope is that this podcast helps you along your own journey. Follow this podcast on Instagram @ianwpodcast

Jun 13, 2020

IANW Podcast Host Krista Xiomara sits down with a panel of women activists, humanitarians, healers, ministers, and educators to discuss race, racism, equality, and individual contributions to long term systemic change. Each panelist brings their unique insight about creating change in their perspective ecosystems and sharing their voices in the fight for equality and justice. This is a candid conversation about race and racism, how we are all navigating through this collective moment and how we plan to move our experiences into action and continue to advocate for long term change in this country and in support of our black brother's and sisters who need us more than ever.


Featured in this episode is:

  • Paula Frances Price, Associate Director for North Georgia. Paula Frances is an radical Christian Minister, activist and advocate for racial reconciliation. To learn more about Paula Frances follow her on Instagram @beingmolded
  • Shevon Hoover, Entrepreneur, Fitness and Holistic Care Advocate, Female Empowerment Coach, wife, mother, activist, and humanitarian. To learn more about Shevon follow her on Instagram @warrior.mother
  • Katherine C. Rodela, is an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Washington State University in Vancouver, WA. Katherine teaches courses related to equity, social justice, and inclusion of diverse communities, families and students in K-12 schools, in WSU's Administrative Credential, Masters, and Doctoral Programs. To learn more about Katherine follow her on Instagram @katherinerodela
  • Tamice Namae Spencer, has been in full time ministry for 14 years. She has a Master's in Leadership from Wheaton College and Masters of Theology from Fuller. Tamice is the founder of Sub:Culture Incorporated a non-profit organization that advocates for students of color on campus through education, consulting and raising funds for scholarships. To learn more about Tamice Namae follow her on Instagram @tammynammy and @subculture_incorporated
  • Alisha Hawrylyszyn Frank, is the founder of Fiercely Optimistic developed to help individuals facilitate positive change in all aspects of their lives through coaching, Reiki, mediation, and yoga. Alisha an activist and humanitarian. To learn more about Alisha follow her on Instagram @fiercelyoptimistic