Persister with Candace Lowry
Persister (noun, \pər-ˈsis-tər\): a woman who’s made a name for herself by defying all obstacles and expectations. Persister with Candace Lowry focuses on women from across all aspects of life who have built their own empire and made a name for themselves, controversial, or celebrated. Each week Candace will interview a badass lady who’s persisted in her own field and learn about just how they got there and how they continue to thrive as a leading lady.
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