Sarah Josephine Liberty is a highly experienced communications leader who has spent 14+ years driving campaigns and working as a Communications Director, Writer, Editor and Media Consultant in London, New York, Paris, Jogjakarta and Sydney. I was honored to be a guest on her Energy Groove Radio #FeministFridays program.
It was quite a feat getting us together for the recording since Sarah is working on her Master of International Relations at Sciences Po University in Paris, her engineer resides in Australia and I was in California.
I admire Sarah’s work enormously and encourage you to subscribe to her podcast and (of course) give this a listen!
https://www.energy-groove.com/b-l-sheldon/
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I Don’t Know How To Deny The Obvious

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