Episode 13: The Deep Power of Storytelling; Crushing Female Journalism

July 11, 2017

Episode 13: The Deep Power of Storytelling; Crushing Female Journalism

Highlights from the Show

  • Kinga: Named after a Hungarian Princess who became a Polish Queen

  • Uncovering women‘s adventure stories that have been buried in history

  • A decade in Malibu, and the history you don’t know  

  • Life as a female journalist for Food Network, Travel Channel, National Geographic, Sci Fi and so much more

  • Why using your listening skills is critical for survival

  • Why its totally ok to be jack of all trades, master of none

Links & Resources: 

* Website: www.kingaphilipps.com

* Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kingaphilipps/

* May Rindge / Malibu Ranch: https://thesurfinstitute.com/2011/08/its-not-just-another-brick-in-the-wall/

* Russian Night Witches: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_Witches

* Sharkallies: http://sharkallies.com

  • * Shark water: Rob Stewart: http://www.sharkwater.com/index.php/shark-education/rob-stewart-biography/
  •  * Cabo Pulmo- marine preserve baja bull sharks: http://cabopulmo.com/

  • * Wildaid: http://www.wildaid.org/

     * Waves for Water: http://www.wavesforwater.org/

    * Nowartla: http://nowartla.org/




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