Promly Garden: A Place for Growth & Empowerment

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A Place for Gen Z Growth & Empowerment

Promly Garden Archive

Promly Garden Podcast Archive

  • TheBandLunch is “Plugged In!” Creating Music as an Outlet
    In a recent podcast featuring the up and coming Gen Z band “TheBandLunch,” Promly CEO, Jen Libby, and senior intern, Zach Seiger, sat down for a chat on what it’s like to produce music as an all-student band, find creative inspiration, and find a way to connect with yourself throughContinue reading “TheBandLunch is “Plugged In!” Creating Music as an Outlet”
  • So She CAN Inspires, Empowers, and Unites Writers From All Over the World
    Promly Intern, Christina Kodsi and Promly Founder, Jen Libby, had a great conversation with Alysa Monteagudo, a teenager from the United States who’s passionate about Asian American Pacific Islander issues, women’s rights and empowerment, medical racism, and increasing female representation in STEM!
  • A Conversation with Carly Compton: Influencer, Body Acceptance Coach, Founder of Paradise Fitness with Carly
    Christina Kodsi, Promly Intern, and Promly Founder, Jen Libby hear from Carly Compton in an inspirational convo. Carly is a model, Instagram influencer, body positivity expert, coach, and founder of Paradise Fitness With Carly.
  • Stargazing with New Gen Z Artist Sarab Singh – New Music Podcast
    The Promly Garden introduces a new podcast series highlighting Gen Z singers, song writers, and musicians that have recently released music.  Sarab Singh is a 17 year old musician from New Jersey who started singing when he was young and has now released his first single, “Stargazing”, on Spotify and Apple Music.
  • Active Minds – Creating Hope Out of Tragedy. Finding Ways to Make it Okay to Talk About Mental Health and Suicide.
    In today’s Promly Garden Podcast, we interview Pooja Tailor, a student who started a chapter of Active Minds in her own high school.  While many people may know Active Minds to be on college campuses, Pooja has successfully brought Active Minds and conversations about suicide risk and mental health to a much younger population that absolutely needs the support. 
  • Help. Hope. Healing
    This week, Promly founder Jen Libby, Gen Z intern Julia Vallario, and mental health ambassador Taya Hoy spent some time together hearing Taya’s personal story of mental health struggles that began as a child, trauma, and ultimate healing in a time she least expected to recover.  Taya is now a Gen Z ambassador for Colorado Wellness Center for Girls and a strong advocate for destigmatizing personality disorders. 
  • Girls Code It
    Promly founder Jen Libby, and Gen Z intern Christina Kodsi, spent some time this past week chatting with the president of Girls Code It, Jennifer Lew. GirlsCodeIt is a dedicated, Gen-Z female-led nonprofit organization and initiative at the forefront of the fight for gender and education equality.
  • Okayso… Time to Talk About Sex
    On this podcast episode, Promly Founder Jen Libby and Senior Intern Zach Seiger speak with Elise Schuster, CEO of Okayso. Okayso is a non profit organization that aims to increase the access people have to support and information when they need it the most.
  • Girls Tech Together – Bridging the Gap
    Promly interviews Divita Taduvayi, a high school senior who advocates for equity in the Computer Science field through her international 501(c)(3) non-profit, Girls Tech Together.

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