#OurVoiceMatters Blog

You are valuable! No explanation, no extras…no filters! #catchit

— Altovise Pelzer, Women’s Empowerment Speaker

As a woman, I know the impact that one voice can have on other women. In 2019, I set out to highlight personal stories and business triumphs from women you know and some you will want to know.

Your voice is powerful as well and I want people to hear it!

Women are doing great things to make an impact in the world and I believe that it is time to start acknowledging that more. The #OurVoiceMatters blog feature post creates an environment to educate and empower the readers in order to impact social change. Each one can reach and the #OurVoiceMatters blog is here to broaden that reach.

#OurVoiceMatters Blog

Flying Adventurously and Empowering Women – With Abingdon Mullin

Flying Adventurously and Empowering Women – With Abingdon Mullin How adventurous can you get with your career choice? As a woman, you shouldn’t allow anything to affect you if you want to pursue a career in a male-dominated field and succeed.In this episode of the SpeakEasy Podcast, we have Abingdon Mullin, a pilot and founder…

Entrepreneurship: Putting Food on the table

Feelings don’t put food on the table ~ Unknown During a recent WVL Leadership Development Training, I shared about the importance of having food at the table for people to eat. You have heard many coaches, celebrities, and speakers shout from the mountain tops about the value in creating your own table. One important thing…

Spotify is Now in the Driver Seat of Podcasting

A podcast can change your life, no matter what side of the microphone you may be on! ~ Altovise Pelzer Let me start this off by saying that podcasting in itself has shot up throughout the pandemic. Some new and noteworthy shows have hit the airways bringing with them new listeners. With the time we…

Today I Choose Joy with Roz Jones

In 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, Paul gives these instructions to believers everywhere: “Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.” Original Post: I Choose Joy It’s HARD to rejoice when you’re struggling with a chronic illness. It’s frustrating to watch as your body betrays you,…


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