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The Most Girls Podcast is a celebration of everyday women who inspire us. We believe that you don’t have to be a celebrity to have an amazing story, and our goal is to share those stories with the world. We’ll talk about motherhood, careers, politics, aging, philanthropy, and more. We’ll share funny stories, heartbreaking stories, and inspirational stories.

Latest Episodes

Britt Oase - When You Stop Worrying About Who Gets Credit, That's When Magic Happens

Our Episode 19 guest is Britt Oase, CEO of Special Olympics Oregon. From the minute we started chatting, Britt felt like the best friend we hadn’t met yet. Chrissy and Melissa spoke with Britt about her incredible experience working on Super Bowl LII, how she got started in the male-dominated world of football and basketball, why she made the switch from professional sports to the non-profit world, what it was like finding out the organization she had just been put in charge of was completely out of money, and why she decided to stick it out and turn things around.

66 MIN1 w ago
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Britt Oase - When You Stop Worrying About Who Gets Credit, That's When Magic Happens

Robin Allen - You Have to Leave Space for People to Learn

EOur Episode 18 guest is stylist, television personality, lifestyle guru, and activist Robin Allen. Melissa and Chrissy spoke with Robin about growing up biracial in rural Montana, finding her identity at art school, and why she moved back to a small town after years in LA. We talked a lot about the Black Lives Matter movement, and Robin had some wise advice for white women wanting to be allies. We also discussed the roles people play in a revolution, the impact of the Wall of Moms in Portland and why it is getting attention, the responsibility that business and fashion have in promoting diversity and change, and bringing that ethos into our own personal and businesses lives. Because we can’t seem to have a conversation without discussing the pandemic, we also talked about how Robin is pivoting her business model, and her new YouTube show, launching in April.

70 MIN2 w ago
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Robin Allen - You Have to Leave Space for People to Learn

Tess Barr - Trouble's Comin'

Chrissy and Melissa spoke with Tess about how she earned multiple scientific patents with no formal scientific education and which of her many talents is her biggest passion. We also chatted about recording her new album and how she came to work with some of the most important producers and musicians in the industry, the ways that her Hood Crest winery is keeping staff and customers safe, the future of music and live performances in a post-Covid world, and which of her many accomplishments she is most proud of.

52 MINJUL 13
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Tess Barr - Trouble's Comin'

Janet Hamada - The Next Door That Kids Can Walk Through

Melissa and Chrissy speak with Janet Hamada about how a trip to Bali as a young teenager triggered her interest in social work, her family’s experience in the internment camps in WW2, her time spent helping refugees at Guantanamo Bay, the importance of the services that TND provides, and how the pandemic is bringing to light the disparities in our community and what we can do to fix them.

70 MINJUL 6
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Janet Hamada - The Next Door That Kids Can Walk Through

Bekah Rottenberg - The Baked Potato Analogy

Melissa and Chrissy interview professional mountain biker Bekah Rottenberg, a former teacher who started her own strength training and coaching business a few years ago. We spoke with Bekah about how she started mountain biking, the inequities between men and women in her sport, how boys and girls approach risk differently, why she decided to start her own business, and how the mountain bike industry can make the sport more accessible.

57 MINJUN 29
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Bekah Rottenberg - The Baked Potato Analogy

Karen Bureker - First, Forget I'm a Woman. Second, Remember I'm a Woman.

Karen Bureker is an exceptional athlete, a mom of three, and one of the kindest people I know. Melissa and Chrissy spoke with Karen about winning the first women’s pole vault national championship, why she became a firefighter, how diversity within a team only makes it stronger, and how the firefighting profession is changing to be more accessible to women and other minorities.

60 MINJUN 22
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Karen Bureker - First, Forget I'm a Woman. Second, Remember I'm a Woman.

Elevating BIPOC Voices

We will not be releasing an episode of the Most Girls Podcast this week. We had a great interview with firefighter/paramedic Karen Bureker lined up, but I have made the decision to step back for a week to focus on making sure that other voices are heard.

2 MINJUN 8
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Elevating BIPOC Voices

Judge Karen Ostrye - Ladies, Get Out of My Way. I've Got to Go Home and Build Montana.

Melissa and Chrissy speak with Judge Karen Ostrye about what it was like to attend law school as a mom, serving as a judge in a small community, why there aren’t more women on the bench, her advocacy work for children, and how we can better help children in foster care.

57 MINJUN 1
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Judge Karen Ostrye - Ladies, Get Out of My Way. I've Got to Go Home and Build Montana.

Ali McLoughlin - 2020 Was Going to Be Our Year

EMelissa and Chrissy talk with entrepreneur Ali McLoughlin, who graduated from the University of Oregon and worked in Bend for a few years before moving to the Southwest with her husband, who was in the military at the time. She had two children and worked in medical sales while her husband was deployed out of the country for long stretches. The family made their way to Hood River, where Ali combined her love for wine with her love for being active and started her own business hosting bicycle wine tours. Chrissy and I talk to Ali about why she started her business, pivoting during the pandemic, the future of tourism and the delicate balance between commerce and safety, and how she is finding balance in her life.

55 MINMAY 26
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Ali McLoughlin - 2020 Was Going to Be Our Year

Katie Crafts - The First FIve Feet

EMelissa and Chrissy talk to adventurer and entrepreneur Katie Crafts. Katie grew up in the Northwest and moved to Hood River after college. She worked in the world of windsurfing for a few years before starting a career as a tech recruiter. Adventure called and she spent 5 years working as a guide in the Arctic and Antarctic, culminating in a grand adventure kiteskiing across Greenland. Chrissy and I talk to Katie about how she ended up working in the world of polar tourism, pushing through fears and overcoming imposter syndrome, balancing her need for adventure with the need for some basic stability, the importance of preparing for polar bears, and how her adventure in Greenland was similar to being quarantined during the pandemic.

59 MINMAY 18
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Katie Crafts - The First FIve Feet

Latest Episodes

Britt Oase - When You Stop Worrying About Who Gets Credit, That's When Magic Happens

Our Episode 19 guest is Britt Oase, CEO of Special Olympics Oregon. From the minute we started chatting, Britt felt like the best friend we hadn’t met yet. Chrissy and Melissa spoke with Britt about her incredible experience working on Super Bowl LII, how she got started in the male-dominated world of football and basketball, why she made the switch from professional sports to the non-profit world, what it was like finding out the organization she had just been put in charge of was completely out of money, and why she decided to stick it out and turn things around.

66 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Britt Oase - When You Stop Worrying About Who Gets Credit, That's When Magic Happens

Robin Allen - You Have to Leave Space for People to Learn

EOur Episode 18 guest is stylist, television personality, lifestyle guru, and activist Robin Allen. Melissa and Chrissy spoke with Robin about growing up biracial in rural Montana, finding her identity at art school, and why she moved back to a small town after years in LA. We talked a lot about the Black Lives Matter movement, and Robin had some wise advice for white women wanting to be allies. We also discussed the roles people play in a revolution, the impact of the Wall of Moms in Portland and why it is getting attention, the responsibility that business and fashion have in promoting diversity and change, and bringing that ethos into our own personal and businesses lives. Because we can’t seem to have a conversation without discussing the pandemic, we also talked about how Robin is pivoting her business model, and her new YouTube show, launching in April.

70 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Robin Allen - You Have to Leave Space for People to Learn

Tess Barr - Trouble's Comin'

Chrissy and Melissa spoke with Tess about how she earned multiple scientific patents with no formal scientific education and which of her many talents is her biggest passion. We also chatted about recording her new album and how she came to work with some of the most important producers and musicians in the industry, the ways that her Hood Crest winery is keeping staff and customers safe, the future of music and live performances in a post-Covid world, and which of her many accomplishments she is most proud of.

52 MINJUL 13
Comments
Tess Barr - Trouble's Comin'

Janet Hamada - The Next Door That Kids Can Walk Through

Melissa and Chrissy speak with Janet Hamada about how a trip to Bali as a young teenager triggered her interest in social work, her family’s experience in the internment camps in WW2, her time spent helping refugees at Guantanamo Bay, the importance of the services that TND provides, and how the pandemic is bringing to light the disparities in our community and what we can do to fix them.

70 MINJUL 6
Comments
Janet Hamada - The Next Door That Kids Can Walk Through

Bekah Rottenberg - The Baked Potato Analogy

Melissa and Chrissy interview professional mountain biker Bekah Rottenberg, a former teacher who started her own strength training and coaching business a few years ago. We spoke with Bekah about how she started mountain biking, the inequities between men and women in her sport, how boys and girls approach risk differently, why she decided to start her own business, and how the mountain bike industry can make the sport more accessible.

57 MINJUN 29
Comments
Bekah Rottenberg - The Baked Potato Analogy

Karen Bureker - First, Forget I'm a Woman. Second, Remember I'm a Woman.

Karen Bureker is an exceptional athlete, a mom of three, and one of the kindest people I know. Melissa and Chrissy spoke with Karen about winning the first women’s pole vault national championship, why she became a firefighter, how diversity within a team only makes it stronger, and how the firefighting profession is changing to be more accessible to women and other minorities.

60 MINJUN 22
Comments
Karen Bureker - First, Forget I'm a Woman. Second, Remember I'm a Woman.

Elevating BIPOC Voices

We will not be releasing an episode of the Most Girls Podcast this week. We had a great interview with firefighter/paramedic Karen Bureker lined up, but I have made the decision to step back for a week to focus on making sure that other voices are heard.

2 MINJUN 8
Comments
Elevating BIPOC Voices

Judge Karen Ostrye - Ladies, Get Out of My Way. I've Got to Go Home and Build Montana.

Melissa and Chrissy speak with Judge Karen Ostrye about what it was like to attend law school as a mom, serving as a judge in a small community, why there aren’t more women on the bench, her advocacy work for children, and how we can better help children in foster care.

57 MINJUN 1
Comments
Judge Karen Ostrye - Ladies, Get Out of My Way. I've Got to Go Home and Build Montana.

Ali McLoughlin - 2020 Was Going to Be Our Year

EMelissa and Chrissy talk with entrepreneur Ali McLoughlin, who graduated from the University of Oregon and worked in Bend for a few years before moving to the Southwest with her husband, who was in the military at the time. She had two children and worked in medical sales while her husband was deployed out of the country for long stretches. The family made their way to Hood River, where Ali combined her love for wine with her love for being active and started her own business hosting bicycle wine tours. Chrissy and I talk to Ali about why she started her business, pivoting during the pandemic, the future of tourism and the delicate balance between commerce and safety, and how she is finding balance in her life.

55 MINMAY 26
Comments
Ali McLoughlin - 2020 Was Going to Be Our Year

Katie Crafts - The First FIve Feet

EMelissa and Chrissy talk to adventurer and entrepreneur Katie Crafts. Katie grew up in the Northwest and moved to Hood River after college. She worked in the world of windsurfing for a few years before starting a career as a tech recruiter. Adventure called and she spent 5 years working as a guide in the Arctic and Antarctic, culminating in a grand adventure kiteskiing across Greenland. Chrissy and I talk to Katie about how she ended up working in the world of polar tourism, pushing through fears and overcoming imposter syndrome, balancing her need for adventure with the need for some basic stability, the importance of preparing for polar bears, and how her adventure in Greenland was similar to being quarantined during the pandemic.

59 MINMAY 18
Comments
Katie Crafts - The First FIve Feet
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