The Filipino American Woman Project

The Filipino American Woman Project

Jen Amos
Mar 24, 2020 1 hr 28 min

055: "There are listeners just like you that are waiting to hear your story." Celebrating our season finale with co-hosts Jen & Nani

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/ 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 [email protected] -- 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 Personalized focus music to help you get stuff done when you're stressed and under pressure. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with [email protected] at: https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226… --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Mar 19, 2020 52 min

054: "Be kind to yourself." Firstborn in America, higher education and making courageous career choices with Jannel Mariano

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 [email protected] -- 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 Personalized focus music to help you get stuff done when you're stressed and under pressure. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with [email protected] at: https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226… --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Mar 14, 2020 52 min

053: "You have to learn how to really advocate for yourself because no one else will do it for you." Journalism, Visibility and the Career Survival Guide with Starla Sampaco

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 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 [email protected] -- 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 Personalized focus music to help you get stuff done when you're stressed and under pressure. Get your 7-Day FREE Trial with [email protected] at: https://focusatwill.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=16&aff_id=2226… --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Mar 09, 2020 46 min

052: “Every major turning point in my career has happened after I've made a vision board.” Podcasting, animation and the supernatural with Sapphire Sandalo

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 [email protected] 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 [email protected] -- 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 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Mar 04, 2020 41 min

051: “You can do anything, even if you are a mom.” Working full time, running a side business, and motherhood with Jenn Estacio

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/ 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 [email protected] -- 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 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Feb 28, 2020 30 min

050: “This trip gave me a very macro view of the motherland and taught me to let go of all my expectations.” Co-host Nani Dominguez' first trip to the Philippines

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 [email protected] -- 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 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thefilipinoamericanwoman/message
Feb 23, 2020 48 min

049: “I lived a double life. But I justified my actions with my achievements.” From drug and alcohol abuse to now thriving in Miami, FL with Marian Bacol-Uba

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/ 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 [email protected] -- 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
Feb 18, 2020 46 min

048: "I’m not going to be a quiet Filipina that's supposed to assimilate and not talk about trauma." A smooth immigration transition, identity and sexual assault with Mae Flores

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 [email protected] -- 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
Feb 13, 2020 32 min

047: "You’re taking away life from yourself when you stop doing what you're passionate about." Jersey City, supporting artists and having fun with M. Josephine

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 [email protected] 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 [email protected] -- 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
Feb 08, 2020 1 hr 8 min

046: “I still felt really pressured to get really good grades and go into the medical field.” Nursing, binge eating and mindfulness with Alyssa Saquilayan

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 [email protected] 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 [email protected] -- 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