Women on Air is the only reason I got as far as RTE’s Frontline… It’s all that women on air training
Women on Air encouraged me, or more accurately ‘kicked me’, to say ‘Yes’ to interview requests. By attending Women on Air events I gained confidence to find my own voice.
Just been asked on Vincent Browne tonight to talk about Understanding Limerick. Can’t wait. Thanks to the Women on Air list
“Women on Air has given me access to decision-makers and working journalists in the media. This interaction has given me real insight into their perspectives, needs and the working realities of the world they inhabit. This has given me a much better understanding of how and where I need to present our material.”
“Women on Air not only gave me the confidence to say ‘yes’ to going live on air on FM104, but it also activated an inner powerful desire to put myself out there as a speaker on youth and wellbeing issues. Why? Because Women on Air reminded me that my voice is needed. Thank you.”