Jackie and Kim talk about parenting and get candid about it.
Soledad O’Brien is an award-winning journalist, speaker, author and philanthropist who anchors and produces the Hearst Television political magazine program “Matter of Fact with Soledad O’Brien.” O’Brien, founder and CEO of Starfish Media Group, also reports for HBO Real Sports, the PBS NewsHour, WebMD and has authored two books. She has anchored and reported for NBC, CNN and others, winning numerous awards, including three Emmys, the George Peabody award, an Alfred I DuPont prize and the Gracie. Newsweek Magazine named her one of the “15 People Who Make America Great.” With her husband, she is founder of the Starfish Foundation that sends 25 girls to and through college. Follow her on Twitter:@soledadobrien
Kim and Jackie hit American Ninja Warrior live and had a mutual revelation.
Guest: Christine Koh is a music and brain neuroscientist turned Internet unicorn. She is the founder and editor of Boston Mamas (a pioneer in the hyperlocal parenting lifestyle space), creative director at Women Online (a strategic communications firm specializing in the social good space), co-host of the Edit Your Life podcast (where she share about how to edit your life to make room for awesome), co-author of Minimalist Parenting (a book about how to enjoy modern family life more by doing less), and co-owner/designer at Brave New World Designs (stylish, advocacy oriented t-shirts). Christine’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Boston Globe, Redbook, NPR, and other fine media outlets. She has also been named to Babble.com’s lists of 50 Top Mom Bloggers, Top 50 Twitter Moms (including #1 for Most Likeable!), and Top 30 Parenting Groups.
Jen Glantz is the brains behind the business, Bridesmaid for Hire, the heart behind the blog, The Things I Learned From, and the main character inside of the Amazon-best selling book, All My Friends Are Engaged. Her new book, Always a Bridesmaid (for Hire): Stories on Growing Up, Looking for Love, and Walking Down the Aisle for Complete Strangers, published by Simon and Schuster, is available now.
Jen’s told her story to hundreds of press outlets around the world-wide, such as a the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, CNN and Fox News, where they called her job the “weirdest of all time”.
Jen is a mentor for New York City women entrepreneurs and a hired speaker for conferences and workshops around the country.
She lives on the 26th floor of a New York City apartment, the size of a walk-in closet, where she eats way too much pizza & owes way too much money to the library across the street.
Tune in to hear Kim + Jackie chat with Jonathan Scott, one half of HGTV’s popular Property Brothers.
Jonathan Scott, along with his twin brother Drew, are the stars of four of HGTV’s top shows, including “Property Brothers,” “Brother vs Brother,” “Buying & Selling,” and “Property Brothers at Home” in which we see this dynamic duo help families transform fixer-uppers into dream homes, compete in renovations in the ultimate sibling rivalry or remodel humble homes that end up selling for top-dollar.
Whether he’s remodeling homes for a top-dollar sale price, helping families transform fixer-uppers into their dream homes, or leading teams of remodeling experts in renovation challenges, Jonathan is a home renovation expert with 15 years of experience as a licensed contractor. On his shows, he teams up with real estate expert Drew to help buyers and sellers alike get the best value for their sales and find their dream homes.
Beyond on-screen success, Jonathan is also executive producer of Scott Brothers Entertainment, a multimedia production company co-founded with Drew Scott. With a background in live theater, TV & film production, and performing award-winning illusions in Las Vegas and across North America, Jonathan’s career exemplifies his entrepreneurial spirit and drive to create captivating, meaningful content. He has successfully launched several startup companies in the tech and entertainment sectors and now with his diverse experience, continues to build the Scott Brothers brand to a worldwide household name. They have been recognized by Forbes as a growing empire to watch, appear regularly on major talk shows including Today and have been featured as People’s Sexiest Men, played in the NBA Celebrity All-Star game, host some of top rating live events like the Rose Parade and the CMA Festival.
Learn more about Scott Living on QVC.
Cindy Mori is an Emmy-nominated, award-winning media professional with more than 20 years of experience working in the news, entertainment, literary and sports worlds.
Shoreen Maghame began her career as a broadcast and print journalist covering local and national stories before shifting into communications marketing.
In recognition of National Stalking Awareness Month, the broads are sitting down with Kathleen Baty, Founder and CEO of Safety Chick Enterprises with a lesson in personal safety. Kathleen’s message: She believes that people do not respond to fear, but rather, by being empowered to make smart safety choices.
Kathleen, herself the victim of a kidnapping attempt at gun point by an obsessive stalker, teamed up with then California State Senator Ed Royce to pass the nation’s first anti-stalking law (SB2184). In 1997, she and now US Congressman Royce teamed up again to help pass the first Federal Anti-Stalking Law (H.R. 3230).
She’s spoken to millions of people through appearances on and contributing features to The Today Show, America’s Most Wanted, Inside Edition, Good Morning America, The Security Brief with Paul Viollis, and ABC World News Tonight. Kathleen and SafetyChick Enterprises have been featured in People, Time, Glamour, Redbook, Women’s Day and USA Today and she’s the author of two books, ‘A girls gotta do what a girls gotta do’; ‘The ultimate guide to living safe and smart’ (Rodale Press) and ‘College Safety 101’; ‘Miss Independent’s guide to Empowerment, Confidence and Staying Safe’ (Chronicle Books).
Kathleen is currently the Transportation & Safety Administration (TSA) and Homeland Security (DHS) Host/Moderator for our country’s new Anti-Terrorism Training and Education Video program: First Observer Plus. She is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the National Association of Threat Assessment Professionals Conference (ATAP), the American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) and the High Tech Criminal Investigators Association (HTCIA). Additionally, Kathleen helped create the country’s first stalking course for Police Officer’s Standards and Training (POST).
Asha Dahya is a host, writer and content creator with 13 years of both broadcast and digital media experience to her name. Born in the UK, raised in Australia, East Indian by ethnicity and residing in Los Angeles, Asha is a true representative of the diverse, millennial generation who are seeking new ways to push the boundaries, and disrupt mainstream conversations.
Having previously worked for ABC, MSN.com, Disney, FOX, Nickelodeon, TV Guide, MTV, myspace.com, and Nine Network Australia, Asha has a comprehensive grasp on all aspects of media production.
She is the creator and editor-in-chief of GirlTalkHQ.com, a daily women’s feminist media site.
Her passion is to use her voice and platform to amplify the stories of women around the world. She is specifically interested in the areas of reproductive rights, religion, and gender equality.
Dr. Dina is a pioneer of the medical marijuana movement and the inspiration for the Nancy Botwin character in the TV show Weeds. In 2003, she unexpectedly entered the world of medical marijuana while trying to help a friend with cancer. Soon thereafter, she would open and run Southern California’s first medical marijuana doctor’s office, consult for and manage the first dispensaries in Southern California, inspire a hit TV show, and become the go-to consultant for countless Hollywood celebrities, politicians, dignitaries, and others, including a presidential candidate, a major Hollywood studio and the cities of West Hollywood and Los Angeles.
Named the “queen of medical marijuana in L.A” by Rolling Stone Magazine, she received her nickname “Dr. Dina” (she is not board certified) from Snoop Dogg for helping him acquire his first letter of recommendation for medical cannabis. Since stepping into the public spotlight, Dr. Dina is rapidly becoming a household name, having been seen by millions in the Vice documentary “The Real Nancy Botwin” and in a GQ web-series with 2 Chainz, where she smokes the world’s most expensive joint and has a $500,000 dab session. She is also the host of the popular podcast Cannabis Confidential on Cannabis Radio. Among her many accomplishments, including winning first place at several High Times Cannabis Cups, she founded Freedom Grow which provides essential support to people serving time for non-violent cannabis crimes and helped launch a compassion program in West Hollywood that provides free medical marijuana to the sick and needy.