Introduce yourself to our readers and tell us about the Girl Power Hour Radio show.
My name is Judy “Jae” Nash. I am the Creator of Girl Power Hour Radio and ultimately an Inspirational Radio Host. Girl Power Hour Radio is a movement to celebrate women (younger & older alike) who are seeking to evolve into the best version of themselves, both personally & professionally. The Girl Power Hour community has been designed to compel and guide women toward greater achievements in: Business, Philanthropy, Individuality, and Heath & Wealth. Tell your family and friends to listen in to the syndicated Girl Power Hour Radio via www.girlpowerhourradio.comon Friday's at 11 AM/EST and Sunday's at 4 PM/CST. Be sure to download the iHeart Radio App or the TuneIn App.
Connect with us on social:
Facebook: Girl Power Hour Radio,
and Twitter/Periscope: @GirlPower_Hour.
What inspired you to create this unique show platform?
Going through many challenges in life, I realized I had a purposeful voice; additionally, I realized there were other women who had a purposeful voice as well. In 2012, I was doing a hip-hop show and a talk show at the same time and I felt like I really wasn't walking in my purpose. I felt like I was becoming robotic, not connecting with individuals, especially women, so I set out to re-locate to Atlanta, Georgia and started my own radio show. We've been on-air for over 3 years now!
Who are some of the guests you've had on the show so far?
Hmmmm, we've had: Singer/Actress V. Bozeman, Miko Branch: CEO of Miss Jessie's award-winning haircare brand, Master Marketer: Lauren Maillian, Sisters In Sports Founder: Karen Moyer, the Fastest Woman in the World: American Sprinter - Carmelita Jeter, and so many other incredible guests.
What advice would you have for readers interested in starting a radio show?
I would say… Start with a podcast, blog talk radio, or an online radio segment so that you're able to build up an audience and community of listeners. Once you have people interested in your show and have established a network of supporters, seek to gain sponsorships. Then “pitch” the show to a small station within your local community. Shoot for the moon either way!
Tell us about your new Power Breakfast Series:
The “Power Breakfast” is a quarterly and intimate Girl Power Hour networking experience with roughly 20-25 women in attendance each session. Our goal is to help entrepreneurial women develop and build relationships, in addition to learning different ways to grow their enterprises while serving their communities. So far, we've had over 160 women attend our Power BreakfastSeries since it initially began in 2016.
What is next for you in 2016?
I am in my third year with Girl Power Hour Radio and I am so blessed, given all of our accomplishments so far! My goal is to diversify the platform, so that women of any: Race, Faith, and Age demographic can connect and become engaged with our platform, feeling as if they have a true sisterhood.
How can readers connect with you online or “pitch” the show for interview opportunities?
Connect with me online by following Girl Power Houron: Instagram @GirlPowerHour, Twitter & Periscope @GirlPower_Hour, and Facebook at Girl Power Hour Radio. If you are interested in being a guest, I recommend filling out the contact form via our
website www.girlpowerhourradio.com. One of the ladies on my team will be in touch with you with further information from there.