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Drastic Steps with guest Sahar Kordahi & Mal Duane

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Sahar assists women to create powerful communities that foster personal and business growth and leadership.  A Palestinian woman, Sahar lived in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan before immigrating to the Bay Area. Her life work is inspired by her late mother, Nuha Nafal, a widely respected Palestinian poet and peace activist.

 In 2001, Sahar co-founded Castro Valley Citizens for Middle Eastern Awareness, a group of Christian, Muslim, and Jewish women who educated their local community about the cultures of the Middle East through personal stories and human connection. In 2008, Sahar founded  the Bright Side of Life Women’s Gatherings, which bring together women of diverse backgrounds in a nurturing and supportive environment. As a speaker, Sahar shares her signature message, “I Belong.”

Mal is passionate about sharing her easy but powerful formula for personal transformation that she uses in her own life. She spent twenty five years addicted to alcohol and on a merry go round of meaningless relationships with men. Today she supports women in their recovery and attracting their perfect soul mates. She guides women in freeing themselves from their hidden suffering and pain and teaches them how to be deliberate creators of their own experience. Through her coaching and educational programs, women discover clarity and purpose. With over a hundred interviews so far, she delivers a powerful and passionate message for your listeners. You can go to www.AlphaChick.com to listen to previous shows and learn about Mal. A media package is attached to this email and a copy of the book will be supplied if you are interested in a booking an interview.

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