Posts tagged communities
Episode 41: "I have CF; CF doesn't have me" - Mandie Sherman

Mandie Sherman was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis as an infant, and has outlived her initial life expectancy by 11 years. While conquering her disease, she has inspired others struggling with CF by running competitive track in high school and college, getting married and having a child (a feat that is so rare doctors do not even recommend their patience make the attempt) and starting the popular blog shermanarmy.com, which documents her day-to-day as a wife, mother, sibling and “souldier” living with CF. On this episode..

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Episode 38: Kortni Niccoli - Founder of @kortnijeane

Kortni Niccoli is a young entrepreneur who started the Swimwear brand Kortni Jeane .  Established in 2014, Kortni launched Kortni Jeane in hopes of bringing you swimmers that represent your personality without having to pay for a custom suit.  Kortni wanted to create a swimmer that every person, no matter their body type, feels comfortable and. confident in, and it all started with a sewing machine and a dream.  Today, Kortni Jeane is a global brand selling to thousands of Women, Kids and Men and not only that, giving back to the community.  Kortni has done all of this while navigating her early twenties, living her faith, getting married and starting a family.  On this episode..

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Episode 18: Emily Buckley

Emily Buckley is a Entrepreneur, storyteller, wife, mother of 5 and founder of Cache Valley Family Magazine.  Originally from the small town of Shelley Idaho Emily founded Cache Valley Family Magazine in 2014 after moving to Logan Utah with her husband's job and deciding to follow her dream of pursuing her passion for journalism.  She came up with the idea based on moving around a lot in her young marriage, emulating ideas she had seen be successful in bringing communities together and adding a few of her own to develop a crowd sourced, locally focused magazine.

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