Toronto woman launches RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast to bring hope and inspiration to others
TORONTO, ON., December 30, 2020 -- Janet Fanaki is inspired by regular people.
She founded the website RESILIENT PEOPLE in 2018 to share stories of EXTRAordinary people who have overcome major challenges and then created something to help others be resilient too.
Now she has launched a podcast to share their voices.
They include: Terrence Rodriguez, a transgender man from Rexdale who started REXpride to build a community for LGBTQ+ youth; the founder of The Tory Day Fund’s Jason Fiorotto who lost his wife to breast cancer and started a fundraiser to bring comfort to cancer patients; expert opinion from Jane Kristoffy on raising resilient kids; and Dale Allen Berg as a stay-at-home dad to 3 special needs children who blogs about his daily experiences.
Each interview is unique, inspiring and relatable.
“I’m doing this for the people who have said that they could never do it,” says Janet Fanaki. “When my husband was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer at 47 years old, I came across many people who applauded my strength and resilience. The truth is, you don’t know what you’re capable of doing until you HAVE to do it.”
Find the RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast and more information at www.resilientpeople.ca
Episodes are at: https://resilient-people.simplecast.com/
To interview Janet, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or (416) 271-7887.
Janet Fanaki, host of the RESILIENT PEOPLE podcast. Photo cred: Maggie Knaus
Terrence Rodriguez, founder of REXpride
Lee Silverstein and his wife Linda. Lee is the host of the We Have Cancer podcast
Janet Fanaki with author Marnie Hill and her book, "Daddy's Blue Eyes"