The iWoman Report with Cathleen Trigg-Jones is a weekly news/talk show featuring all the latest in news, business, health, and entertainment, with a female focus. Each week, Trigg-Jones combines her 25-years of experience covering the news with her strong and personable interview skills to keep viewers informed, enlightened and entertained.
The 2022 Academy Awards were filled with highs and lows. On this week’s episode of the iWoman Report we take a look at the historic moments of women in film and touch upon the backlash of what is being known as “The Slap Heard Around the World.” Then, Cathleen talks with the very first winners of the inaugural iWoman TV Film Fund Grant, Cat and Hannah, about their documentary film "Women Behind the Wheel." Joining this week’s episode are the winners of iWoman’s Film Fund Grant, Cat Haigh & Hannah Congdon to talk about their documentary film, “Women Behind the Wheel.” In the film they take a 3000 km road trip along Central Asia’s Pamir Highway, speaking with women along the way to hear their testimonies and shed light on a women’s movement that is largely ignored by Western media.
As we continue to celebrate Women’s History Month, we recognize the importance of Equal Pay Day which took place on March 15th with an inside look at Governor of New York Kathy Hochul’s bill signing which brought two bills into law that protect women from discrimination and ensure equal pay. Host, Cathleen Trigg-Jones highlights the first female director of a Pixar film as well as the ongoing effort to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment to become an official constitutional amendment. Check out this week’s iWoman Report for a shoutout to some amazing women-owned businesses and much more!
COVID-19 has caused a real increase in mental health risk for depression and anxiety, to name a couple. That’s why on this episode Cathleen is taking a look at the mental health crisis we are facing today. Gen Z, elite athletes, and TikTok are just a few of the topics discussed on this week’s iWoman Report. Plus, Cathleen is joined by Jennifer Sterling, a dance/movement psychotherapist, to talk about a unique approach to therapy that you may not have heard of before.