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Working Women Radio Show

Welcome to The Working Woman Radio Show where we have real conversations about the unique issues working women face. I am your host Deanna Johnson Cauthen.

I’d first like to say that hosting this show is a dream come true for me. I am honored to have this opportunity to share some of my experiences as a wife, a mother, and a woman who has worked as an entrepreneur for the past 30 years. 

Secondly, you will not just be hearing from me. I will be interviewing women from a broad spectrum of the community. They, too, will share the wisdom that they’ve gained from their work struggles and successes.

Finally, I want to hear from you. I want to know what your needs are as a working woman. I want to know about the challenges you face and burdens you bear. I want to hear your opinions and ideas about how we can make the workplace experience better for women. I want the conversations that start here, not to end here. I want The Working Woman Radio Show to be a catalyst for future conversations, and more importantly, for change. I encourage to reach out to me via The Working Woman Radio Show Facebook page and leave a comment. You can also send an email to dzstories@yahoo.com because I want to hear from you.  With that being said, God bless, and we will see you next time on The Working Woman Radio Show!

Deanna

Free Resource

Journal the Journey

In an effort to support and encourage our listeners, The Working Woman Radio Show is giving away free copies of Journal the Journey: The Working Woman’s Guide to Keeping a Journal. It’s a 6-page booklet full of tips and helpful guidelines for journaling. It also has  select scriptures from the book of Psalms, and personal reflections. It’s a free resource, so click the link above, and download.

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About Your Host

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, closeupDeanna Johnson Cauthen is the co-owner and Marketing Director of ReVamped Furnishings, a antique furniture restoration company. Deanna and her husband, Andrew, consider themselves Renaissance people. Although they are both highly skilled communications professionals, they also have a passion for bringing new life back to old furniture. They love restoring family heirlooms, and  re-imagining and creating new pieces.

For the past 11 years, Deanna has also worked as a contributing writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and the Decatur Dispatch and Tucker Times news magazines, publications of Hometown News Inc. She has also worked for the Stone Mountain-Lithonia Patch, a news service of AOL.com.  As a writer, she has written numerous articles for local and national publications including Leadership Journal, a magazine published by Christianity Today.  Additionally, Deanna has owned TPS Public Relations where she provided marketing services for small business owners.

Deanna is the mother of four adult children and is a veteran home educator of 27 years. She recently completed homeschooling her youngest daughter, Adrianna, who is attending Clayton State University in Atlanta, Georgia.

For more information about Deanna Johnson Cauthen, visit her website at https://revampedfurnishings.com/.

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