Power women, girl supremacy, females on top!
January 8, 2013
Hosted by Youngjoo Ahn, with the Express Yourself! STAR On-Air Team
Hosts Katelyn Darrow and Youngjoo Ahn are joined by reporters Caie Kelley and Rachel Glass discussing the incredible influence women have whether a mom, a celebrity, or company CEO. President of Starstyle® Productionss, LLC, Founder of Be the Star You Are!® charity, and producer of Express Yourself!™, Cynthia Brian (www.Star-Style.com) is interviewed by the teens. Katelyn also talks about the super woman of the New Jersey Assembly, Pamela Lampitt. Girls of all ages have the ability and strength to influence society around the globe. Empowering females to reach for the stars is the goal of Be the Star You Are!® Women Rule
Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Kids Channel
Express Yourself! is an entertaining adolescent fusion program where passion, productivity, and possibility populate the airwaves. Produced by Starstyle Productions, LLC as an international outreach program of Be the Star You Are! charity, the radio program, Express Yourself! is a show for, by, and about teens. Hosted by Youngjoo Ahn with administrator, Steven Zhou plus teenage field reporters from around the country, Express Yourself! is THE destination for teens to be heard. Within the walls of the young adult community, listeners are uplifted and encouraged to be the stars of your own life. Through collaboration and conversation, a global campus of young people express their views. Topics include anything that kids talk about-books, music, making a difference, technology, school, art, humor, writing, tough talks, health, sports, films, family, friends, foes, fashion, and fun. Come play in STAR country and Express Yourself!, Tuesdays at Noon Pacific on VoiceAmerica Kids.
Youngjoo Ahn, with the Express Yourself! STAR On-Air Team
Youngjoo Ahn, a talented crafts artist and writer, is a high school junior is the host of Express Yourself! and the reporter of “Artsty Gifts”. In her spare time she enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, skiing, and taking pictures with her Polaroid camera.
Steven Zhou, is the show administrator and former co-host, the webmaster for Express Yourself!, a musician, and swim coach. He wrote the theme song for Express Yourself!, is attending Pepperdine University, and uses this experience for real world projects.
Courtney Cheng, Reporter of “Book It!” is the creative writing director for Express Yourself!, a freshman at CAL, and a contributor to Be the Star You Are! for TEENS book. She enjoys reading novels, writing short stories, playing violin, and listening to music.
Katelyn Eytstad founded a clothing charity, Angels of God, when she was 12. Only 15 now, she lives in New Jersey and is passionate about inspiring teens to give back and volunteer. She writes a blog and is our reporter for “The Gift of Giving”.
Nicole Eubanks, a thirteen year old from Florida is involved with chorus, loves playing volleyball, voice lessons, modeling, and appearing on promotional materials for Scholastic Book Fairs. Her segment is “The Health Beat Rachel Glass, Reporter of “Making a Difference”, is a sophomore at the University of Oregon studying broadcasting. She helped fundraise for Be the Star You Are! and was a contributor to the book, Be the Star You Are! for TEENS.
Caie Kelley is an 11th grader in California. She enjoys swimming competitively, writing, playing piano, tutoring elementary school kids, and participating in public speaking. She is our pop culture reporter for “What’s Poppin’?”
Vivien Lee, Reporter of “Say What?”, the event coordinator for Be the Star You Are!, loves to sing arias, write poetry, shadow physicians, and collect quirky knowledge! She is a freshman at CAL, Berkeley.
Ryan Sim is a 10th grader actively involved in the Speech and Debate team, Model United Nations team, Taekwondo, and loves to play basketball and tennis. He is an avid reader and writes book reviews. He is the reporter for Pro Parley.
Jacqueline Tao, Reporter of Campus Calling, is studying the natural sciences at Stanford University. She began volunteering with Be the Star You Are! in grammar school, contributed to the book, Be the Star You Are! for TEENS and loves sharing her college reflections.
Mason Windatt has played football on the California State Championship team. He is going into his senior high school year and is the reporter for On the Ball.