Chelsea Austin Launches Podcast “Worthiness Warriors” to Amplify Conversations of Self Worth

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The Weekly Podcast Aims to Help Listeners Define Worth Through Self Care, Love, and Respect through Personal Storytelling.

Worthiness Warriors podcast

I’ve been able to connect with so many inspiring individuals and now, through this podcast, our community and conversations will continue to grow.

Writer, speaker, and LGBTQ advocate Chelsea Austin today announces the official launch of her new podcast, “Worthiness Warriors.” The weekly podcast, which will touch on Austin’s own journey in evaluating her self-worth, will feature a guest in each episode as they dive into the human experience and help listeners better understand what it means to show ourselves love, care, and respect.

Known for her blog “The Girl With Five Names” and her role as a spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign, Austin has a long history of motivating and encouraging others. The daughter of two gay men, Chelsea has spoken out as a fierce LGBTQ advocate since high school, and in 2010, she was voted one of the Top Fifteen LGBT Activists in the Los Angeles area.

“While paving my own path to discovering self-worth, I have found my true purpose of helping others do the same, and I’m thrilled for the launch of Worthiness Warriors to help expand my reach to others seeking guidance,” says Austin. “Through my blog, I’ve been able to connect with so many inspiring individuals and now, through this podcast, our community and conversations will continue to grow. I am looking forward to bringing on impressive guests and participating in fulfilling conversations to help my listeners pursue the lives they have always dreamed of.”

Season One of “Worthiness Warriors” will feature conversations with guests including:

  • Adrian Mitchell: Self-worth and being Black in the ballet world
  • Ana Ortiz: Self-worth and passion for the arts
  • Jason Avezzano: Self-worth and reframing our talents
  • Krysta Parker: Self-worth and the body
  • Olivia Stevenson: Self-worth and only children
  • Russell Norris: Self-worth and the need to fit in
  • Sandy Miller: Self-worth and sales

A featured speaker for HRC and Toyota Pride, Austin has made a name for herself as a passionate advocate to help spread joy and peace to as many individuals as possible. After graduating from Muhlenberg College with a degree in theatre and dance, Austin has taken her theatrical background and created a career out of sharing her experiences to drive forward others on their journeys of self-discovery and self-love. She is also the co-founder of Dance In Color, a nonprofit with the mission to create a lasting systemic change in the performing arts by bolstering young dance students of color and ensuring young artists striving for professional dance careers receive the support they need to make sure their aspirations a reality.

Chelsea’s podcast is available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. More information about Chelsea, the Worthiness Warriors podcast, and The Girl With Five Names blog can be found at http://www.chelseaaustin.com.

About Chelsea Austin
Chelsea Austin is a writer, speaker and advocate from Malibu, California raised by two of the most incredible parents, her dads. Chelsea has taken her story of being raised by two gay men, and used it as a platform to spread love, tolerance and has advocated for the LGBTQ+ community since throughout her lifel. In 2010, she was voted one of the Top Fifteen LGBT Activists in the Los Angeles area. Chelsea has created a career out of sharing her experiences as the daughter of two gay men and a young woman navigating the world on her blog, “The Girl With Five Names,” her podcast, “Worthiness Warriors,” and through speaking engagements, as she prepares to release her first book surrounding her life, her beliefs and her wish to bring peace, self-love and joy to as many individuals as possible. For more information, visit http://www.chelseaaustin.com and follow on Instagram at @chelseaaustinmdw.

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