ReVoicing the Future

Welcome back to ReVoicing the Future, a Women of NAMM Podcast. To kickstart Season 3 and a new chapter of the podcast, Natalie sits down with the new leadership for Women of NAMM (formally SWIM).
Meet Tricia Howe, the Regional Manager of Educational Services for the Prairies with Long & McQuade Music. Natalie & Tricia sit down and chat about music education in Canada, Tricia's history in the industry, her experience at the recent SWIM Summit back in October and the importance of mentorship. 
Elizabeth DeLamater, an internationally renowned percussionist has spent her career performing, teaching, and traveling the world learning the music of different cultures sits down with Natalie to talk about being a woman percussionist and her work as Chair of the Diversity Alliance for the Percussive Arts Society (PAS). 
Amelia Nagoski is a New York Times best-selling author with her sister Emily Nagoski for their book Burnout, The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle. Amelia sits down with Natalie & Stephanie to discuss the vision behind the book, certain aspects of the book that resonated with us all, and discuss our own madwomen in the attics.
We're back!! After a break during the summer, Natalie & Stephanie are back and are changing things up.
On this episode of ReVoicing the Future, Natalie and Stephanie reflect on 1 year of ReVoicing the Future and the future of podcast! They also sit down with Hilary B. Jones, a consultant that focuses on Diversity Equity, and Inclusion in the music industry.
On this episode of ReVoicing the Future, Natalie and Hilary Brown, the Director of Marketing for Kyser Musical Products sit down to talk about a variety of topics to help with women's personal and professional development. From the art of communication to how we tackle imposter syndrome, and more, don't miss out on this jam-packed episode of tips and tricks. 
Join Natalie & Stephanie as they sit down with Sharon Bryant and Claire Kreger-Boaz from the NAMM Public Affairs team to talk about navigating between jobs, what it means to work on a team with people who complement one another, and more. 
Mother’s Day is coming up and we thought it would be fun to compile some of the sage advice our past guests have given around balancing work and parenting! Join Natalie & Stephanie as they listen back and reflect on some key moments from the SWIM Masters archive. 
Miranda Altman, Senior Director of Program Operations at Little Kids Rock, had an untraditional path into the music industry. The work she does with Little Kids Rock helped her step out of her comfort zone, take some risks, and grow her career. 
Kimberly Deverell & Robin Sassi of San Diego Music Studio have been working together since basically the very beginning. Natalie sits down with both Kimberly and Robin to discuss their career journey's within SDMS, how they pivoted during the pandemic, the Philappeans Ukulele Project, and so much more.
On this episode of SWIM Masters, Mindy and Natalie reflect on how the mission of Tom Tom Magazine is as relevant today as it was when Mindy first got her start as a drummer in Riot Grrrl bands, and how they’re striving to give new young drummers permission every day to pick up their first pair of sticks.

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