The first show from Lemonada Media, a new podcast network started by Jessica Cordova Kramer and Stephanie Wittels Wachs, tries to understand America’s biggest epidemics by zooming in on one person’s story, starting with his or her last day.
Meet Vogue’s 15 Forces For Change What changes do you want to see in the world? That’s the question HRH The Duchess of Sussex and Vogue posed to 15 women with 15 unique causes – and it seems their ambitions for the planet and its people know no bounds. VOGUE
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Guest-Edits British Vogue’s September Issue “The theme of the edition chosen by the duchess and Mr. Enninful — “Forces for Change” — is written in stark orange print across the front cover, which is made up of a mosaic of close-up portraits by the acclaimed fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh. The lineup includes the actress Jane Fonda, the climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand, the author and activist Sinéad Burke and the model Christy Turlington Burns. A 16th panel is mirrored paper, intended to show the reader’s reflection.”” NYTIMES
Sinéad Burke: how an Irish teen blogger went on to become one of Meghan’s 15 most inspiring women Not only does Sinéad host a regular podcast (As Me with Sinéad, via Lemonadamedia.com), she has also been invited to talk at the World Economic Forum, Davos, where she waxed lyrical about the concept of ‘Designing for Everyone’ and had one-on-ones with the likes of Oprah and Joe Biden. She also hosted her own TEDtalk on design inclusivity in 2017. INDEPENDENT
When Life Gives You Lemons, Make a Podcast “Jess reached out because she lost her brother the same way,” Wachs tells Houstonia. “When you share trauma with somebody, it’s pretty easy to form a deep bond fairly quickly. I was literally one week from giving birth to my second child, so I was like, listen: I love you, you seem great, but I’m about to pop.” HOUSTONIA
Lemonada Media To Debut A Series of Shows With an Unfiltered Focus on the Human Experience
Award-winning podcaster, Jessica Cordova Kramer and best-selling author, Stephanie Wittels Wachs have joined forces to form a new podcast network, Lemonada Media. The network, launching in September, will share an unfiltered version of the human experience, offering content that is raw and real, sorting through the ugliness, weirdness, awkwardness and darkness life can bring. They are entering the podcast ether with three original series: “Last Day,” “As Me with Sinéad,” and “Good Kids: How Not to Raise an A**Hole.” Lemonada will partner with Westwood One to distribute, sell, and market the shows to build audiences across the Lemonada network.