r(E)volutionary Woman:
a podcast by and about women

Tes is a long-time blogger and foodie. For the past 10 years, she’s focused her blog and work around women’s issues. Soon, she’ll launch a long-form interview podcast. She’s lined up women activists and volunteers from around the world to tell their stories and the stories of the women they work with.

Tes Silverman

Tes is a long-time blogger and foodie. For the past 10 years, she’s focused her blog and work around women’s issues. This is her long-form interview podcast. She’s lined up women activists and volunteers from around the world to tell their stories and the stories of the women they work with.

Amy Andersson – Conductor & Producer

Amy Andersson is an Internationally recognized, Grammy-winning conductor and producer.
Named by British music critic Norman Lebrecht as “America’s most watched Symphony
Orchestra Conductor,” Andersson has been praised for her dynamic musicality, expressive
technique and cross genre repertoire. She has toured to over twenty-two countries
conducting concerts and recording sessions in symphonic, operatic, film, musical theatre
and video game genres. She has appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, CBS
Morning News, CBS Evening News and has garnered press coverage in the Wall Street
Journal, Variety, Forbes, and Huffington Post.

Andersson is founder and conductor of Orchestra Moderne NYC, which debuted at
Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, and has won critical acclaim for her charismatic and
visionary accomplishments as creator and conductor of Women Warriors: The Voices of
Change, a live-to-picture symphony production and documentary film. Women Warriors has
won over twenty-four international film and music awards including four Telly Awards, a
Hollywood Music in Media Award, a GRAMMY in “Best Classical Compendium, a 2022 BMI
“Impact Award,” a 2023 SCL “Jury Award” and has screened at film festivals in more than
twelve countries, including the Fimucité International Film Music Festival in Tenerife.

Known for her commitment to the music of living composers, she has conducted the works
of composers Neal Acree, Elitsa Alexandrova, Peter Boyer, Nathalie Bonin, Jessica Curry,
Miriam Cutler, Anne-Kathrin Dern, Greg Edmonson, Isolde Fair, Sharon Farber, Steve
Jablonsky, Grant Kirkhope, Penka Kouneva, Bear McCreary, Martin O’Donnell, Kol Otani,
Starr Parodi, Lolita Ritmanis, Garry Schyman, Yoko Shimomura, Jeremy Soule, George
Strezov, Chance Thomas, Nobou Uematsu, Jack Wall, and Austin Wintory, among others,
either on the concert stage or in recording sessions.

Andersson has made guest appearances the St. Louis Symphony, Houston Symphony,
Seattle Symphony, Oregon Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, Colorado Symphony,
Honolulu Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Florida Orchestra, Spanish Philharmonic,
Berliner Symphoniker, Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Stockholm Concert
Orchestra, Spanish National Youth Orchestra, Düsseldorfer Symphoniker, Classic FM Radio
Orchestra of Bulgaria, Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra, Junge Deutsche
Philharmonie, Neiderrheinsche Symphoniker, LOH Orchestra Sonderhausen, Giessen
Philharmonic, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Macedonian Philharmonic, Monte Carlo
Philharmonic, Jeunesses Musicales Deutschland, Colorado Music Festival Orchestra,
National Orchestral of Mexico, and at free-lance orchestras in Switzerland, Belgium,
Netherlands, Italy and Ireland. Andersson regularly conducted opera productions in
Germany at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, National Theater of Mannheim, Stadttheater
Aachen, Weikersheim Opera Festival, Rheinsberg Chamber Opera, and Schlosstheater
Schwetzinger. In 2017 Andersson completed a two year, world tour of the live-to-picture
concert Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses.

Andersson is a devoted teacher and educator and known also for her work with youth
orchestras. She was adjunct conducting faculty at the Universität der Künste Berlin, music
director of the famed CPE Bach High School of Performing Arts in Berlin, and adjunct
faculty in Media and Film Scoring at Brooklyn College/Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema.

In Germany she conducted the Rheinberg Chamber Opera Festival and Weikersheim
Opera Festival for four summer seasons of productions that featured rising opera singers
and youth orchestras. She is currently conducting faculty at the USC Thornton in the Screen
Scoring department, and the Hollywood Music Workshop in Baden, Austria.

Current projects include Andersson as co-Executive Producer on the soon to be released
film (2023)Tahlequah The Whale: A Dance of Grief, by filmmaker Daniel Kreizberg, featuring
the music of Lolita Ritmanis. She is also conductor and co-producer of the soon to be
released soundtrack.

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Danniele Miller – Program Manager, Daughters for Earth

Danniele Miller is the Program Manager for Daughters for Earth, a campaign and fund that aims to inspire all women to engage in climate change action by mobilizing $100 million for on the ground, women-led efforts to protect and restore the Earth. Her passion for the environment is deeply influenced by the many women who paved the way to build a more sustainable world before her. Her past experience ranges from managing composting operations at a campus farm to local climate grassroots advocacy, and fundraising. She is a senior fellow through the Environmental Leadership Program and holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from Wilson College and a Masters in Environmental Law & Policy from Vermont Law School. Danniele currently resides in the Washington D.C. metro area with her husband and their two rescue dogs. In her spare time, she loves horseback riding, hiking in the mountains, art, and gardening.

Daughters for Earth passed its one-year anniversary since launching in March 2023. In just one year, Daughters granted $1.4M to nearly 60 women-powered projects that are protecting and restoring the Earth in 28 countries and the Arctic. You can explore the projects, which range from women protecting the Amazonian rainforest to rewilding college campuses, here.

Additionally, Daughters for Earth recently launched their inaugural Wise Daughters Council, an independent group of women from around the world to guide our philanthropic giving in an inclusive and just way, leading up to our next round of funding in fall 2023.

To stay updated on more news and events from Daughters for Earth, you can join their newsletter here.

To learn more about Danniele Miller and Daughters for Earth:
Website: https://daughtersforearth.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daughtersforearth/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Daughters4Earth
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daughters4earth/
TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@daughters4earth/

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Megan Flood – Founder of Marine Lane

Megan Flood is the Founder of Marine Lane, a NYC design and branding studio she founded in 2012. For the last decade, Flood has led a team of creatives who are bonded by a shared love of design and belief in the power it has to connect, inspire, sell, and amuse.

Marine Lane, recipient of multiple industry awards, continues to attract a wide array of stellar clients who rave of the quality of work and service provided by a team dedicated to achieving client goals. Flood’s agency works with clients like BMW, Columbia University, Comcast, Cormetech, Foundation Partners, Hilton, JVC, New York Center for Autism, No Labels, Ogilvy, Rational360, RDY, Scientific Bioprocessing, Serendipity3, and The Pink Stuff.

The 24-hour/365-day-a-year commitment that comes with running the business is nothing compared to running after young sons Hayden, Rhys and Sonny the other 24-hour/365-days-a-year.

To learn more about Megan Flood and Marine Lane:
Website: https://www.marinelane.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marinelane/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/marine-lane/

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Marinel de Jesus – Founder, Brown Gal Trekker, Equity Global Treks, & The Porter Voice Collective

Marinel M. de Jesus, Esq. is a former civil rights lawyer from Washington,
DC, who turned her passion for hiking into a full-time endeavor as a social
entrepreneur, solutions-focused journalist, and speaker.

She is the founder of the award-winning media platform, Brown Gal Trekker, and mountain trekking enterprise, Equity Global Treks, both of which aim to elevate the status and
roles of women and indigenous communities in the outdoor and travel
industries. Marinel is a full-time global mountain nomad and travels to
mountain destinations regularly to explore adventure travel initiatives that are
community-led and/or focused on female leadership in the industry.

In 2019, she founded the non-profit human rights organization, The Porter Voice
Collective, which aims to advocate for the human rights of porters in Peru,
Nepal, and Tanzania and Workforce Equity Tourism as a form of sustainable
tourism through the use of storytelling and all forms of media.

Marinel has written for various outdoor & travel publications such as the Alpinist
Magazine, Outside, Fodor’s, Backpacker Magazine, Huffpost, and Adventure
Journal. She was a Board Member of the American Hiking Society & JEDI
Committee Chair from 2020-2022 and a Brand Ambassador for Osprey &
AKU Trekking Shoes.

To learn more about Marinel de Jesus, Brown Gal Trekker, Equity Global Treks, & The Porter Voice Collective:
IG: https://www.instagram.com/browngaltrekker/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BrownGalTrekker
Twitter: https://twitter.com/bgtexplorations

To learn more about The Porter Voice Collective, please go to:

The film KM82: The Porter Voices of Peru’s Camino Inca is having an advance screening from May 25th-June 8th. To view a private screening of the film, please fill out this registration form:

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