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While working as a campus minister, Leah Jacobson, Founder and CEO of The Guiding Star Project, recognized her desire to serve women and help them discover the beauty and joy of their femininity and understand the natural processes of their bodies. Now, 15 years later, Leah is leading a nonprofit re-defining the idea of wholistic women's healthcare.

Jacobson sits down with Bridget Richardson, Executive Producer of MAX Studios at the University of St Thomas-Houston, at the Napa Institute Conference in Napa Valley, California. They discuss the need for challenging the status quo in mainstream women's healthcare and the implications and opportunities that have arisen after the overturning of Roe v Wade in the Supreme Court.

Leah Jacobson

The Guiding Star Project

The Napa Institute

About the Author — Bridget Richardson

Bridget RichardsonExecutive Producer with MAX Studios, Bridget Richardson loves to engage in conversations with just about anyone. A sports fan and homebody, Bridget enjoys spending time with her family, watching baking shows, and traveling to understand different cultures and eat delicious food.
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