She Explores

Stories of women who are inspired by time spent outside take the shape of interviews, in-the-field recordings, and listener submissions. These make up a tapestry of episodes covering themes such as solo hiking and camping; entrepreneurship; aging; diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI); conservation; motherhood; chronic illness; and feminism as they intersect with outdoor experiences. Hosted by Gale Straub.

http://www.she-explores.com/podcast

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episode 102: 99 - Making Time for Nature


How to make time for nature, even in the winter season.


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episode 101: 98 - The Power of Storytelling: Danielle Williams & Melanin Base Camp


Stories connect us, help us learn, and help us better understand each other. Melanin Base Camp founder Danielle Williams taps into the power of storytelling to showcase the many different ways people of color and LGBTQ+ folks experience the outdoors.


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The Pledge - Teresa Baker & Danielle Williams


What's the Outdoor CEO Diversity Pledge? Teresa Baker and Danielle Williams share why it's important for diverse people to take the lead doing the work to make the outdoors a more inclusive, equitable place for all. They also comment on the recent announ


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episode 100: 97 - Work in Progress: RANGE Founder Jeanine Pesce


Meet Jeanine Pesce, creative connector and founder of RANGE, a creative agency and magazine inspired by the culture of the outdoor movement. We talk about how she's carved out a place for herself in the outdoor industry and the tenth issue of RANGE Mag, c


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episode 99: 96 - Trust the Timing: Ski Mountaineer Caroline Gleich


Caroline Gleich is a ski mountaineer who knows the meaning of scary but rewarding: whether she's climbing 8,000 meter mountains in the Himalayas or anticipating her future as an adventure-seeking wife and mom. Plus, we catch up with Karen Wang two years a


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episode 98: 95 - Reading a River: Heather Hansman


Heather Hansman went on a solo pack rafting adventure for the sake of conservation. Paddling the 730 mile Green River, she learned about the future of water in the west and documented her journey in her upcoming book, Downriver.


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 2019-01-16  46m
 
 

episode 97: 94 - Looking Forward in Our Outdoor Lives


What we're looking forward to in our outdoor lives.


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 2018-12-19  50m
 
 

episode 96: 93 - The Luckiest: Hannah Andry


Ask Hannah Andry, and she’ll tell you she feels like the luckiest girl in the world. She’s in love, she has a new dog and easy access to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. She’s also had two heart surgeries within the last year. Hannah’s is a story abo


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 2018-12-12  38m
 
 

episode 94: 92 - Quitting can be a Kindness: Nicole Antoinette


Nicole Antoinette quit her thru hike of the Pacific Crest Trail after about 1,600 miles and she's ok with calling it a failure. In fact, Nicole questions why we have to choose either success or failure. Can't we be kinder with ourselves? Can't we set out


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 2018-12-05  53m
 
 

episode 93: 91 - Postpartum: Kristina Frost


Becoming a new mom has changed the way Kristina Frost experiences the outdoors. And she's realizing, it's not better or worse - it's just different. We talk to Kristina before and after she takes her two-month-old daughter Emma camping for the very first


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 2018-11-28  39m