In this captivating excerpt, Alice Gachuzo-Colin shares her journey from upstate New York to making significant strides in Springdale’s civic landscape. As a passionate advocate for community engagement, Alice’s leap into the political arena as a Springdale City Council candidate and her role with Get Loud Arkansas exemplify her commitment to fostering inclusion and empowerment. Her efforts in organizing Springdale’s annual MLK celebration and her campaign reflect a deep-seated belief in the power of representation and the impact of collective action. Alice’s story is not just about personal achievement but a resonant call to action, highlighting the transformative power of community involvement and the importance of standing up for one’s beliefs.
Anela Malik, once a U.S. diplomat now a digital storyteller, unveils her transition journey, sharing her unique worldview via Feed the Malik. From the icy embrace of Antarctica to cultural odysseys, Anela’s tale is a testament to life’s adventures and genuine connections.
Their conversation spans the globe, from Jordan’s clandestine art hubs to the tight-knit Northwest Arkansas community, spotlighting its vibrant spirit and boundless opportunities. With a love for food, travel, and authentic narratives, Anela’s voice resonates as a guide for those seeking joy and community beyond convention.
In this episode of I am Northwest Arkansas podcast, our host Randy Wilburn spotlights the upcoming Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week. Joining him is the dynamic Rochelle Bailey, Marketing Communications Manager at INTERFORM, who shares the exciting details of the event and the significant impact it has on our local community.
About the Show: “Music is a universal language that knows no boundaries and has the power to unite us all.” – Anthony Ball In this…