International Women's Day: Celebrating the Women of Central PA with Gabby and Faith Kerchner


Jeshanah Fox is a Board Member of Whitaker Center, proud sponsor of this podcast. Visit the Whitaker Center Exhibit The Questioneers today!

Jeshanah Fox is the Marketing Director at Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz
(BSSF). In her role, she focuses on aligning the strategic vision of the Firm with
marketing initiatives and being the custodian of the BSSF brand. She also
oversees the Marketing Department at BSSF. Beyond her marketing
responsibilities, she is also a key part of the leadership team at the Firm,
assisting with the Firm’s strategic plan and culture initiatives, as well as being a
champion of increasing the Firm’s diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives to
drive change in the Firm and the industry as a whole.

With experience in digital marketing, she consults with clients and helps to
train them on search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click advertising (PPC),
email marketing and social media strategies. She also helps clients strategize
for redesigns and rebranding efforts as well as helps with PR efforts.
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Penn State University.


Sylvia Maus

Growing up Sylvia Maus had a sense that helping others was what she was destined to do. Skilled with broadcast talent, she took that sense to another level, by telling others' stories. And there are so many local stories to tell. To quote Sylvia, "children are a blessing", so listen to this wonderful mom tell her story about life, career, family and commitment on this Women's Day!

Each week speaks with local non-profit organizations on how they are helping the community. These stories are heard weekly through iHeartRadio's Insight Program. You can also access the program with the iHeartRadio App by clicking here. Email Sylvia at:


After working in business strategy for nearly 20 years, Tammy knew there had to be a better way to further help the businesses she serves. A natural connector, she developed Vast Strategies by bringing together industry-leading creatives and innovative marketing professionals.

There is nothing more important to Tammy than the relationships she builds with her clients and the results she delivers. Authentic, warm, and welcoming, Tammy has always been able to put people at ease and is a natural connector. (Three different couples that met through her are now married.)
Her experience spans twenty years and includes sales and buyer positions in retail, print and radio.

When she's not cultivating detailed marketing strategies, you can often find Tammy playing softball and basketball, teaching her sons how to be excellent humans, or spending time with family and friends.

About Vast Strategies
Vast Strategies works with customers that are disappointed with their current website, concerned with dollars spent on marketing with little results, frustrated with long sales cycles, and the weariness of spending a lot of time doing quotes or proposals only to find themselves chasing down prospects who never get back to them. Basically, being unpaid consultants.

Vast has an experienced and award-winning team focused on graphic and website design, sales and leadership training, promotional products & marketing. They pride themselves in meeting deadlines, staying true to their word and helping their clients achieve their goals.

If you’re facing the above challenges, schedule a conversation with Tammy to see if Vast Strategies may be a good solution for your business.


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The Celebration of Juneteenth in Harrisburg

According to Wikipedia Juneteenth is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African-Americans. It is also often observed for celebrating African-American culture. Originating in Galveston, Texas, it has been celebrated annually on June 19 in various parts of the United States since 1865.

I sat down with the Harrisburg Chapter of Young Professionals of Color (YPOC). Our conversation went a bit deeper then the Celebration itself. In fact, the conversation explored avenues for which I may never understand, because I didn't live in their shoes. What I can say is platforms like mine give other people a chance to listen and hopefully inspire.
Interview includes:
Jankail Adams
Dr. Kimeka Campbell
Winnie Okello
Boots Sampson

For information about Juneteenth in Harrisburg email

Women's History Month Hosted By Holly Love With Jessica Laspino of CASA Lancaster

Meet Jessica Laspino, Executive Director of CASA Lancaster
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Lancaster County remains true to our mission of providing a qualified and compassionate court-appointed volunteer advocate to every child who is abused and neglected, to ensure the fundamental human right of having a safe, nurturing, and permanent home is met. We remain solely committed to the best interest of children in our foster care system.

Internationals Women's Day and Women's History Month Hosted by Holly Love: Introducing Anne and Annie from Grit & Gravitas!

Anne Carnathan, President & CEO of Universal Media-Analytics, and Anne Deeter Gallaher, founder & CEO of Deeter Gallaher Group are leading the way in Central PA to help women learn how to achieve their career goals, stand proud and give yourself grace. Their podcast Grit and Gravitas can be found on the iHeartRadio or anywhere you get your podcast!

International Women's Day Hosted by Holly Love: Introducing Midge "The Female Ump"

Margaret “Midge” Sholl, PT is a 1989 graduate Temple University’s and Physical Therapist! But we know her as the female ump! Midge umps rec ball up through D1 College! Her knowledge about the sport and the athlete runs deep! Oh btw she is in the Sports Hall of Fame and was the 1st female to score 1000 points in basketball at Columbia HS!


A born and raised resident of Lancaster County, Mackenzie is the Corporate Director of Marketing & Partnerships for Spooky Nook Sports. She has been with the company for five years as of this March.

After graduating from Hempfield High School and then Shippensburg University with a Business Management degree, Mackenzie went on to work for two other companies in the Lancaster area before landing at The Nook. In her time there, she’s grown from her original position as the Public Relations Coordinator, all the way up to her current role.

In addition to her ‘day job’, Mackenzie is currently in her third term as President of Lancaster Young Professionals, and serves as a mentor in the Lancaster Chamber’s Young Women Discovering Paths program for high school juniors.