“You don’t have to have the profession of ‘healer’ in order to be one.” – Andrea Klunder
This week, Andrea and Sarah discuss the healing nature of creating space for others to find their voice, the fruits that grow from (perceived) failure, and our historical love for Amy Grant.
Andrea Klunder is a podcast producer, mentor and speaker who works with mission-driven individuals and organizations to help them use podcasting as a powerful tool for connection, trust, and social impact.
She is the Producer & Host of Podcast Envy, all about the craft of podcasting beyond the microphone, and The Creative Impostor Podcast, a show all about how to take bold action in your life and work, despite the little voice in your head that says, “Who do you think you are? You can’t do THAT!”
In 2017, she launched Power Your Story, a high school mentoring program and podcast produced by students with diverse learning challenges in Chicago. Andrea is also the Producer & Editor of Key Change, a podcast by The Santa Fe Opera and Opera for All Voices. She integrates her background in digital media production, music, theatre, non-profit arts administration, teaching, mindfulness, and entrepreneurship to help organizations and individuals develop engaging, entertaining, and educational audio media.
Andrea has been a featured speaker and trainer for Podcast Movement, Next Door Chicago, Singularity Storytelling Summit, Nikki Nigl’s About Women, Chicago Public Schools, and many, many podcasts!
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Podcasts:The Creative Impostor, Podcast Envy, Power Your Story