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What’s The Story? with Jo Painter
Welcome to our Stories and Podcast Series - 'What’s The Story with Jo Painter'
What's the Story? with Jo Painter
Jo Painter is an entertainment personality, media consultant, communications strategist and storyteller.
Jo is a skilled and curious interviewer adept at getting to the core of an issue through easy conversation with her guests. Jo spent 30 years in radio, managing a radio station and hosting an open forum talk show. She has shared conversation with authors, musicians, politicians, policy makers and newsmakers from all walks of life. Her archived programs include Deepak Chopra, Max Lucado, Bela Fleck, Ted Nugent, Jim Bohannon, Gerald Veasley, Dianne Reeves, Neil Sedaka, John O’Hurley, Richard Loos, Frank Vignola, Dan Kish, Michael Nesmith and many more.
Join Jo each week on her ‘What’s The Story’ People Chronicles podcast series as she delves into a variety of topics and explores community issues and current events. You’ll meet interesting guests and hear about what people think and do. Jo discusses a wide range of topics including health and science, technology and politics, social and family issues, books and business. Subscribe to 'What's The Story' on YouTube and you won't miss any episodes. Together we learn from these stories. Thanks for tuning in!
Jo is available for emcee and keynote speaking and voice work through JP PRODUCTIONS. Jo also provides private coaching sessions to hone your public speaking and communication skills. For more information e-mail Jo at email@example.com
Oh, the places you will go …. when you let the music take you there!
For many young musicians, the musical dream is big. It was no different for Cara Wojciechowski. Cara started playing and singing at a very young age.
For many of us loss gives us the opportunity for perspective. Cara lost a dear friend, also at a very young age. Cara’s parents encouraged her to volunteer hoping that would help her work through that loss. Find out how the experience became the seeds that blossomed into a career decision years later. Today Cara is a Music Therapist at Tower Health.
She thought she would be working with terminally ill patients. Instead, she finds herself working with children, using her music to ease their stress in hospital situations. Turns out the whole family learns how to use music to visualize and lower stress levels. It’s no wonder when you hear her sing. Relax a little and enjoy Cara’s story.