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Passion & Ethics {Jasmine Aarons}
Jasmine Aarons is the founder of VOZ – an ethical fashion company with a mission to protect and promote the stories, livelihoods, and cultural values of rural indigenous women around the world. Jasmine has spent years working with artisans in South America, creating a collaborative design model with an inspiring ethical and sustainable vision. In this episode, Jasmine shares her journey to becoming a founder, taking us through the moments in her life where she wanted to give up, but didn’t. She talks about the “blessing” of being a novice, and shares key insights and moments of growth as a founder. Show Notes: -A precocious, creative little girl with an old soul: Jasmine’s childhood, plus the challenges she faced in her teens. [2:20] -How theater and performance saved her in high school, and how that training has aided her throughout her life. [7:26] -“It has never felt easy, but I’m willing to show up”: On Jasmine’s college years, being shameless about having a weakness, and the moments where she wanted to give up but didn’t. [9:20] -On the thesis that was the seed for her work today – Jasmine’s passion for culture and concern for ethical systems, and the inspiring mission behind VOZ. [12:45] -The journey to Chile that changed her life, and Jasmine’s insights on what it takes to be a founder. [19:10] -On dealing with the peaks and valleys of founder life, how the vision behind VOZ has grown, and Jasmine’s passion for celebrating feminine leadership and women’s stories. [26:35] -How VOZ champions sustainability, connection, and authenticity, and what feminine leadership means to Jasmine. Bonus: An inspiring story about one of VOZ’s artisans. [30:48] References: Learn more about VOZ and their vision – https://madebyvoz.com/ Music by Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs – http://www.carolynpennypackerriggs.com Want to support women's voices? Go to https://www.patreon.com/heroinefm & become a bigger part of the Heroine community. Check out our rewards for supporters.
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