Cadence13, a premium podcast company and part of Entercom’s Podcast Network, announced the launch of Pod is a Woman a weekly show hosted by three Obama White House veterans: Alejandra Campoverdi, who served as White House Deputy Director of Hispanic Media; Johanna Maska, former White House Director of Press Advance; and Darienne Page, former White House Director of Veterans Outreach.
On Pod is a Woman, Campoverdi, Maska and Page will lead an unfiltered weekly conversation about politics and popular culture that is as relatable as it is real, joined by a roster of guests with backgrounds and perspectives as nuanced and eclectic as their own — politicians, organizers, tastemakers, journalists, and more. Looking at the race for 2020 and beyond, Campoverdi, Maska and Page will offer their firsthand insight and analysis, and a woman’s perspective, on the issues and the candidates, America’s leadership around the world, and what this election means for future generations. With dynamic hosts from profoundly different upbringings and paths to politics, Pod is a Woman infuses present day political commentary with voices sorely missing from the public discourse.
Pod is a Woman launched on August 10, 2020, with special guest Dr. Jill Biden on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, RADIO.Com and everywhere podcasts are available. New episodes will be available on Wednesdays beginning August 19, 2020. Dr. Biden will join Campoverdi, Maska and Page for an in-depth conversation on the race for the White House, key issues on the minds of voters, and more.
“Throughout our years working in the White House for President Obama, we saw just what was possible when people of all backgrounds come together under a common mission of equality and opportunity. We also experienced firsthand the leadership role women played in getting the job done. This moment will be no different,” said hosts Campoverdi, Page and Maska. “At this pivotal time for our country, we’re thrilled to partner with Cadence13 to create space for honest, unapologetic, and representative conversations that will cut through the political noise and bring the focus back to the issues that really matter.”