In this Step into the Circle episode, our regular host, Leslie Frame-Crowley, experiences being interviewed. In her warm and thoughtful way, Leslie shares about her love for story-telling, her appreciation of intergenerational wisdom and why these are so important in our present day world. This is a fun episode that invites you into the heart of sisterhood.
Leslie Frame-Crowley is a WisdomWomen Founding Member who believes in the power and necessity of sacred storytelling. Coming from a family with a strong tradition of story, and of understanding and connecting to the of the lives of her ancestors through genealogical study handed down from generation to generation, she connected very early on the the power, the fun, and the importance of story; our own stories, and our shared story. This calling has led her to the stage as an actor and to develop a love of writing. Step Into the Circle is a reflection of Leslie’s love of story. She believes that as we share our stories, our dreams, and our work, and as we celebrate other women as they do the same, connections are made, resources are shared, and creative hearts are nourished.
Leona Palmer is the Founder of Androgyne, a marketing and branding collaborative that offers inclusive and holistic branding for individuals, nonprofits, social entrepreneurs, and businesses. A Wisconsin-grown former New Yorker, Leona is an amalgam of culture + fashion + spirit. She earned a degree from NYU’s Gallatin School in post-colonial women’s literature then modeled globally with Ford and Wilhelmina Model Management agencies and cofounded Curves for Change, a nonprofit promoting positive body image for girls and women. She served as the communications & marketing strategist for the Omega Women’s Leadership Center at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies. She is a contributor at RoleReboot.org, The Huffington Post, and HandpickedNation.com on feminism, media, culture, and regenerative living, and has a food blog with her partner at 20boxes.tumblr.com.