Women STaRs

Women STaRs with Regan Phillips

June 01, 2021 Shanti Harkness / Regan Phillips Season 1 Episode 19
Women STaRs
Women STaRs with Regan Phillips
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Women STaRs
Women STaRs with Regan Phillips
Jun 01, 2021 Season 1 Episode 19
Shanti Harkness / Regan Phillips

This week on Women STaRs, we are speaking with community leader and advocate, Regan Phillips. Regan has partnered with or served on boards of local schools and community and civic organizations. Diagnosed with Stage 4 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma 12 years ago, Regan shares the story of her fight to live, and how her faith and positive self-talk helped pull her through.

Join us as Regan shares how she had to reinvent herself following her recovery as she was returning to the workforce, as well as learning where true wealth can be found. Listen in as Regan speaks about success and happiness, being true to yourself, and understanding that the strength of a woman is in uplifting other women. All this and more on this episode of the Women STaRs Podcast.

To learn more or to connect with Regan, she can be found on all social media sites, including Facebook, LinkedIn, and @hopefulgirlregan on Instagram. She can also be reached by phone at 440-452-8690 or email at [email protected].


Thank you to our sponsor, On Technology Partners for their support, guidance, and ongoing encouragement.                                                                                                                                                                                       
Quotes

“I didn't know what advocacy was when I was little, but I realized that advocacy has always been in my soul.”

“Just be authentic. The sun comes and so does the rain, and there are some days where you’re just not okay. The sun will shine again, but it's okay to not be okay.”

“I think that women make our world better and it's up to all of us, as women, to uplift each other, to empower each other. The strength of a woman is to uplift another woman.”

“I learned firsthand that your health is your wealth. And what I've learned is to take time to recognize work-life balance. Work is work and home is home.”

Show Notes

This week on Women STaRs, we are speaking with community leader and advocate, Regan Phillips. Regan has partnered with or served on boards of local schools and community and civic organizations. Diagnosed with Stage 4 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma 12 years ago, Regan shares the story of her fight to live, and how her faith and positive self-talk helped pull her through.

Join us as Regan shares how she had to reinvent herself following her recovery as she was returning to the workforce, as well as learning where true wealth can be found. Listen in as Regan speaks about success and happiness, being true to yourself, and understanding that the strength of a woman is in uplifting other women. All this and more on this episode of the Women STaRs Podcast.

To learn more or to connect with Regan, she can be found on all social media sites, including Facebook, LinkedIn, and @hopefulgirlregan on Instagram. She can also be reached by phone at 440-452-8690 or email at [email protected].


Thank you to our sponsor, On Technology Partners for their support, guidance, and ongoing encouragement.                                                                                                                                                                                       
Quotes

“I didn't know what advocacy was when I was little, but I realized that advocacy has always been in my soul.”

“Just be authentic. The sun comes and so does the rain, and there are some days where you’re just not okay. The sun will shine again, but it's okay to not be okay.”

“I think that women make our world better and it's up to all of us, as women, to uplift each other, to empower each other. The strength of a woman is to uplift another woman.”

“I learned firsthand that your health is your wealth. And what I've learned is to take time to recognize work-life balance. Work is work and home is home.”