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What it's like to live your passion - with Sharissa Sebastian & Gauthami Vemula

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In this show we will discuss what it's like to find what you're passionate about and not be afraid to go for it!

Sharissa Sebastian is a certified life and leadership coach for women. Her passion is helping women break free from being stuck, overwhelmed, and stressed in their careers to live a life of passion, purpose, joy and fulfillment. She has a desire to help other women succeed and live their best life. She currently serves on the board of directors of Empowering Women as Leaders (EWL) that provides scholarships to non-traditional female students. Sharissa has been featured on ABC, Fox, CBS and NBC and is also a speaker, writer and the co-owner of Stop.Smile.Breathe. Women's Retreats. www.sharissasebastian.com

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Gauthami Vemula is the Founder/President of Color ME Safe, a family crisis management consulting firm. It's mission is to provide solutions in child welfare issues for the Greater Dallas area. She is active in the community and has served on several boards.  She is also involved with organizations such as ATG (Against The Grain), Family Compass of Dallas, the Irma Rangel Young Women's Leadership School, and the Chinmaya Mission of DFW. In addition to this, she co-created S.I.T (Social Issues Time), a web series, for women of different ages, ethnicities and backgrounds to come together and discuss issues relevant and significant in today’s multicultural society. She's a children’s book author and a classical pianist/teacher, author of the blog WheatishComplexion.com. Gauthami also enjoys opera and classical/contemporary dance.

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