Women Who Rebrand

Inspirational talks with inspirational people.

Women Who Rebrand is a podcast that champions growth, inspiring women to live authentically while navigating the challenges of modern-day life. While the early episodes featured only Sareta & Chioma, they later introduced guests who shared their inspirational stories or expertise.

Episodes thirty and beyond welcome an additional host, Dee. Each episode features hosted discussions with Women about careers, relationships, or health & wellness and is available on all great podcast platforms.

Women Who Rebrand is available on all good podcast platforms including Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, and Stitcher.

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Sareta Fontaine

Writer, content creator, producer and host of Women Who Rebrand. Sareta's career started in fashion styling and professional make-up artistry, then transitioned to online content creation when she had her third child. Her online presence grew modestly as she made a name for herself as a "mummy blogger" and created an award-winning blogzine, Kiki Blah-Blah. Although the blog made waves and created opportunities for contributors, including brand collaborations with the likes of Disney and Mumsnet, she decided to quit while she was ahead and started over as a creative personal brand.

Chioma Olaleye

Chioma is a blogger and passionate aspiring novelist. Whether listening to the stories of others or telling her own, she has a keen interest in human behaviour. Chioma spends most days using her occupational psychology background to support organisations and employees to develop into their best selves. Now an aspiring writer, she is looking to tell many more stories.

Dee Safieh

Dee is a prolific writer and journalist. She hosts online webinars and conferences, as well as in-person events, such as parties, drinks receptions, weddings and dinners attended by royalty, i.e. Queen Noor of Jordan. Her career journey has focused on the charity sector as a fundraiser for humanitarian and development projects in Palestine.

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