The Roz Savage Project

Listen and watch as Roz talks to courageous women who have something share with all of us about what gives them their ability to be brave in the face of often frightening, sometimes dangerous, and always interesting challenges in their lives.
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Dec 23, 2016

Dame Stephanie “Steve” Shirley became a successful tech entrepreneur before the phrase had been invented. Back in the 70s, she created a software company staffed entirely by women, most of them stay-at-home mothers. We talk about her “densely lived” life, what inspired her business career, and the challenges of parenting a severely autistic son. Please also check out her TED Talk, “Why do ambitious women have flat heads?” ( and her book, “Let IT Go” ( 

Dec 16, 2016

Paula Escobar Chavarría is an author, journalist, and the magazine editor for Chile’s foremost newspaper, El Mercurio. Concerned about the effect of the media on young girls, she banned the digital retouching of photos, the use of underage and underweight models, and publishing notes on miracle diets in her magazine. It was a bold move that other publications have now emulated. We discuss how she got her less enlightened colleagues to agree to her strategy, and her belief that we all have the power to change the world. 

Dec 9, 2016

Alex Leviton ( is a travel writer, author, coach, spiritual seeker, and one-time stand-up comedian.  Her varied accomplishments are all the more impressive when you find out that she has multiple health issues, and stands just 4 ft 9 in tall. We talk about petting the pit bull, and the beauty of finding “challenge” in between “ease” and “stress”. 

Dec 2, 2016

Dilys Sillah is a British-born Ghanaian, and the founder and CEO of Who Will Hear My Cry ( , a charity that works to raise awareness around child abuse, rape, domestic violence and sexual exploitation. We talk about Dilys’s work challenges, her emergence as a world-changer, and how her faith has supported her as she helps victims of the most distressing crimes known to humanity.