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Cat Corchado
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Are you a women veteran who feels unseen and unheard? Do you struggle with finding your purpose after service? Sisters-in-Service is a podcast that gives women veterans the platform to talk about those exact issues and more. Hear from other veterans, military spouses and Veteran Service Organizations (VSO) just like you that have overcome their transition from the military. Every Tuesday this podcast encourages women veterans to stand up and be counted because as a group we have a voice. From your host - Cat Corchado - The Voice Connecting Women Veterans


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5 out of 5 stars from 20 ratings
  • An Inspirational & Educational Show!

    Cat is an authentic host who brings relevant guests and topics to the show. She is very relatable and you walk away with excellent insights and tips to implement in your own life.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago
  • This awesome podcast humanizes women veterans. Most veteran content that I have seen or heard, tends to focus on only male veterans. It is refreshing to get a podcast that allows female veterans to bring their stories to the stage. It is an important step for us if we are to do right by veterans. Cat the host, does an excellent job that allows her guests to speak to us the audience.

    Raphael Harry
    a year ago
  • Refreshing

    The topics and guests are top notch! more

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 years ago

    So glad I found this podcast. So many stories of powerful women! Thank you for your service Cat and for creating this show. - Podcast Coachng with Christine

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Amazing podcast!

    As if serving our country wasn’t enough Cat has created such an amazing podcast. She’s a great interviewer and I really enjoy this podcast and the valuable insight she and her guests provide.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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