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A Baltimore Sun podcast spotlighting Charm City's most captivating and accomplished women. Hosted by Quinn Kelley.

Latest Episodes

Farewell, Female Trouble (episode 73)

EAfter 72 episodes, Female Trouble is coming to an end. For this final episode, past guests of the podcast sent in voice memos updating listeners on what they’ve been up to since appearing on Female Trouble, and talking about about how they’d like to see the conversation around women change in this city. Here is a collection of some of the voices that made up Female Trouble.

19 MIN2018 JUL 11
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Farewell, Female Trouble (episode 73)

Tracy Dimond, poet and writer (episode 72)

ETracy Dimond writes about identity, chronic pain and the female body. Her latest work is a chapbook called “To Tracy Like / To Like / Like,” a longform poem about sexism, vulnerability and health, which she reads from in this episode. Tracy also co-curates Ink Press Productions, which specializes in handmade books, letterpress printing and experimental events. Tracy talked about the suburbs, the “sad woman writer” and how her background as an athlete informs her work.

46 MIN2018 JUN 13
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Tracy Dimond, poet and writer (episode 72)

Live from Women of the World Festival (episode 71)

EWe have a special live episode today from the Women of the World Festival. It’s a festival that Notre Dame of Maryland University puts on with a wide range of speakers and events, and last month, Quinn moderated a panel of trailblazing women in Baltimore. The panelists included Deb Tillett, the president of Emerging Technology Centers; Jamie McDonald, the founder of Generosity Inc.; Sheela Murthy, the founder of Murthy Law Firm; Dr. Leana Wen, health commissioner of Baltimore City; and Maj. Gen. Linda Singh, commander of the Maryland National Guard. These women made it clear that there is not one way to do things or to be a trailblazer. Links:http://wow-baltimore.org/http://etcbaltimore.com/http://www.generosityconsulting.com/http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/female-trouble/bal-female-trouble-leana-wen-20160719-story.htmlhttp://www.baltimoresun.com/features/women-to-watch/94718771-132.html

40 MIN2018 MAY 23
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Live from Women of the World Festival (episode 71)

Melanin Pop: Fashion expert Zoey Washington on all things royal wedding (episode 70)

EToday we have a special episode of Female Trouble that's not really an episode of Female Trouble at all. Baltimore Sun reporters Brittany Britto and John-John Williams IV are launching a new podcast called Melanin Pop, which sits at the intersection of race, pop culture and current events. In this preview episode, they talk to fashion expert Zoey Washington about all things royal wedding.

24 MIN2018 MAY 18
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Melanin Pop: Fashion expert Zoey Washington on all things royal wedding (episode 70)

Heidi Daniel, Enoch Pratt Free Library CEO (episode 69)

EIn 2016, Enoch Pratt Free Library president Carla Hayden was selected to head the Library of Congress. Heidi Daniel was selected to replace her, stepping in to manage the 22-branch system. Heidi began her career in children's and teen programming in Oklahoma City and Houston before moving into library administration. Before coming to Baltimore, she was the director of Ohio’s Youngstown and Mahoning County system. Right now, she is overseeing a $115 million renovation of the Pratt’s historic central branch. Heidi talked about the role of libraries in both communities and in her life.

41 MIN2018 APR 11
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Heidi Daniel, Enoch Pratt Free Library CEO (episode 69)

Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish, Outcalls (episode 68)

EIn their own words, Outcalls are electronic opera queens. The band is Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish, who build on their classical training to craft soulful, vocal-forward indie pop. Outcalls was founded in 2015, and Britt and Melissa later split off to form the current iteration of the band. Last year they released the acclaimed EP, “No King.” Britt and Melissa talked about impostor syndrome, ambition and being comfortable with controversy.(Photo courtesy of\u160\uLily Olsen-Ecker)

41 MIN2018 MAR 28
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Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish, Outcalls (episode 68)

Karsonya ----Kaye---- Wise Whitehead, radio host, educator and #blackmommyactivist (episode 67)

EDr. Kaye Whitehead is a #blackmommyactivist and an associate professor in Loyola University Maryland’s department of communication. Her research and teaching examine race, class and gender. Kaye hosts a daily radio show on WEAA called “Today with Dr. Kaye,” and before working in academia, she was a documentary filmmaker. Kaye is also the author of several books, most recently 2016’s “RaceBrave,” and an op-ed columnist for the Baltimore Sun.

45 MIN2018 MAR 14
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Karsonya ----Kaye---- Wise Whitehead, radio host, educator and #blackmommyactivist (episode 67)

Sarah Walker, Vent Coffee Roasters founder (episode 66)

EFor Sarah Walker, coffee has always been about more than just coffee. She founded Vent Coffee Roasters in 2013, with the goal of letting out the bad and taking in the good. Sarah has been the in-house coffee roaster at Argosy Cafe downtown since 2015, and in the spring she’ll be opening her first brick-and-mortar store in Union Collective, a forthcoming manufacturing and retail complex in Medfield. Sarah talked about the turning point in her relationship with coffee, the sense of community she’s passionate about cultivating, and bringing her knowledge back to Charm City.

38 MIN2018 FEB 21
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Sarah Walker, Vent Coffee Roasters founder (episode 66)

Michelle Mendez, immigration attorney (episode 65)

EMichelle Mendez is a senior attorney at the Catholic Legal Immigration Network and manages the Defending Vulnerable Populations Project. In those roles, she trains lawyers across the country on how best to fight deportations and represents clients pro bono. Michelle’s work in the past has had a focus on providing legal assistance to detained mothers and children. Michelle is a lover of Baltimore, and she talked about the current climate around immigration, how her beliefs have evolved and her identity as an immigrant.

41 MIN2018 FEB 14
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Michelle Mendez, immigration attorney (episode 65)

Lor Choc, rapper and singer (episode 64)

ELor Choc brings together rapping and melodies to create her unique brand of autobiographical R----B. The Baltimore native came out with a mixtape called ----Worth the Wait---- in 2016, and is set to release her sophomore effort next month. Last year, Choc broke through to a wider audience with her song “Fast Life,” which drew national praise from prominent music publications. Choc talked about the times people doubted her, drawing on real problems to make music and what it means to be a Baltimore artist.

37 MIN2018 JAN 24
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Lor Choc, rapper and singer (episode 64)

Latest Episodes

Farewell, Female Trouble (episode 73)

EAfter 72 episodes, Female Trouble is coming to an end. For this final episode, past guests of the podcast sent in voice memos updating listeners on what they’ve been up to since appearing on Female Trouble, and talking about about how they’d like to see the conversation around women change in this city. Here is a collection of some of the voices that made up Female Trouble.

19 MIN2018 JUL 11
Comments
Farewell, Female Trouble (episode 73)

Tracy Dimond, poet and writer (episode 72)

ETracy Dimond writes about identity, chronic pain and the female body. Her latest work is a chapbook called “To Tracy Like / To Like / Like,” a longform poem about sexism, vulnerability and health, which she reads from in this episode. Tracy also co-curates Ink Press Productions, which specializes in handmade books, letterpress printing and experimental events. Tracy talked about the suburbs, the “sad woman writer” and how her background as an athlete informs her work.

46 MIN2018 JUN 13
Comments
Tracy Dimond, poet and writer (episode 72)

Live from Women of the World Festival (episode 71)

EWe have a special live episode today from the Women of the World Festival. It’s a festival that Notre Dame of Maryland University puts on with a wide range of speakers and events, and last month, Quinn moderated a panel of trailblazing women in Baltimore. The panelists included Deb Tillett, the president of Emerging Technology Centers; Jamie McDonald, the founder of Generosity Inc.; Sheela Murthy, the founder of Murthy Law Firm; Dr. Leana Wen, health commissioner of Baltimore City; and Maj. Gen. Linda Singh, commander of the Maryland National Guard. These women made it clear that there is not one way to do things or to be a trailblazer. Links:http://wow-baltimore.org/http://etcbaltimore.com/http://www.generosityconsulting.com/http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/female-trouble/bal-female-trouble-leana-wen-20160719-story.htmlhttp://www.baltimoresun.com/features/women-to-watch/94718771-132.html

40 MIN2018 MAY 23
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Live from Women of the World Festival (episode 71)

Melanin Pop: Fashion expert Zoey Washington on all things royal wedding (episode 70)

EToday we have a special episode of Female Trouble that's not really an episode of Female Trouble at all. Baltimore Sun reporters Brittany Britto and John-John Williams IV are launching a new podcast called Melanin Pop, which sits at the intersection of race, pop culture and current events. In this preview episode, they talk to fashion expert Zoey Washington about all things royal wedding.

24 MIN2018 MAY 18
Comments
Melanin Pop: Fashion expert Zoey Washington on all things royal wedding (episode 70)

Heidi Daniel, Enoch Pratt Free Library CEO (episode 69)

EIn 2016, Enoch Pratt Free Library president Carla Hayden was selected to head the Library of Congress. Heidi Daniel was selected to replace her, stepping in to manage the 22-branch system. Heidi began her career in children's and teen programming in Oklahoma City and Houston before moving into library administration. Before coming to Baltimore, she was the director of Ohio’s Youngstown and Mahoning County system. Right now, she is overseeing a $115 million renovation of the Pratt’s historic central branch. Heidi talked about the role of libraries in both communities and in her life.

41 MIN2018 APR 11
Comments
Heidi Daniel, Enoch Pratt Free Library CEO (episode 69)

Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish, Outcalls (episode 68)

EIn their own words, Outcalls are electronic opera queens. The band is Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish, who build on their classical training to craft soulful, vocal-forward indie pop. Outcalls was founded in 2015, and Britt and Melissa later split off to form the current iteration of the band. Last year they released the acclaimed EP, “No King.” Britt and Melissa talked about impostor syndrome, ambition and being comfortable with controversy.(Photo courtesy of\u160\uLily Olsen-Ecker)

41 MIN2018 MAR 28
Comments
Britt Olsen-Ecker and Melissa Wimbish, Outcalls (episode 68)

Karsonya ----Kaye---- Wise Whitehead, radio host, educator and #blackmommyactivist (episode 67)

EDr. Kaye Whitehead is a #blackmommyactivist and an associate professor in Loyola University Maryland’s department of communication. Her research and teaching examine race, class and gender. Kaye hosts a daily radio show on WEAA called “Today with Dr. Kaye,” and before working in academia, she was a documentary filmmaker. Kaye is also the author of several books, most recently 2016’s “RaceBrave,” and an op-ed columnist for the Baltimore Sun.

45 MIN2018 MAR 14
Comments
Karsonya ----Kaye---- Wise Whitehead, radio host, educator and #blackmommyactivist (episode 67)

Sarah Walker, Vent Coffee Roasters founder (episode 66)

EFor Sarah Walker, coffee has always been about more than just coffee. She founded Vent Coffee Roasters in 2013, with the goal of letting out the bad and taking in the good. Sarah has been the in-house coffee roaster at Argosy Cafe downtown since 2015, and in the spring she’ll be opening her first brick-and-mortar store in Union Collective, a forthcoming manufacturing and retail complex in Medfield. Sarah talked about the turning point in her relationship with coffee, the sense of community she’s passionate about cultivating, and bringing her knowledge back to Charm City.

38 MIN2018 FEB 21
Comments
Sarah Walker, Vent Coffee Roasters founder (episode 66)

Michelle Mendez, immigration attorney (episode 65)

EMichelle Mendez is a senior attorney at the Catholic Legal Immigration Network and manages the Defending Vulnerable Populations Project. In those roles, she trains lawyers across the country on how best to fight deportations and represents clients pro bono. Michelle’s work in the past has had a focus on providing legal assistance to detained mothers and children. Michelle is a lover of Baltimore, and she talked about the current climate around immigration, how her beliefs have evolved and her identity as an immigrant.

41 MIN2018 FEB 14
Comments
Michelle Mendez, immigration attorney (episode 65)

Lor Choc, rapper and singer (episode 64)

ELor Choc brings together rapping and melodies to create her unique brand of autobiographical R----B. The Baltimore native came out with a mixtape called ----Worth the Wait---- in 2016, and is set to release her sophomore effort next month. Last year, Choc broke through to a wider audience with her song “Fast Life,” which drew national praise from prominent music publications. Choc talked about the times people doubted her, drawing on real problems to make music and what it means to be a Baltimore artist.

37 MIN2018 JAN 24
Comments
Lor Choc, rapper and singer (episode 64)
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