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While Amy and Alicia take a short summer hiatus from recording, we wanted to share another encore episode with our listeners. They will be back in the studio very soon so send us your questions and comments at email@example.com
In celebration of Women in History month Alicia and Amy are joined by three great women from the Seattle area that have forged great careers and businesses in the male-dominated trades industry.
Louise Hansen – owner of Weezee’s Plumbing (www.weezeesplumbing.com)
Catie Chaplin – Residential Carpentry program instructor with Wood Technology Center in Seattle
Alice Lockridge – Exercise Physiologist and advocate of women in physically demanding careers.
The discussion ranges from women being suppressed in the trades, recruiting women and where do we find them, how do women navigate the current environment, and stressing that the trades can be a viable career option for women.
We want to thank Louise, Alice and Catie for joining us and sharing their experiences with you. Please send any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This podcast was recorded at The Winterblue Room in Seattle. That is Alicia singing our theme song. Check out more of her music at aliciahealey.com.