Trudy Kerr

CORSA Head of Strategy and Marketing Trudy Kerr took to social media to announce the launch of her very own podcast – ‘The SHE Word’.

Ms Kerr said that this series is all about “the conversations women rarely have, but really should.”

“Women and body image, social media, mental health, menopause, women in business, parenthood, and sexuality” are just some of the topics set to be discussed throughout the podcast.

Ms Kerr, famous for her years as a Radio Host, has been steadily working her way up the corporate ladder, having recently served as Head of Media and Reporting at SiGMA and Head of Strategy and Marketing at iGen.

At the same time, Ms Kerr has also been hosting another podcast series called ‘The Interviewer’, in which she speaks to a variety of local personalities from all walks of life.

Her guests throughout said series have included Athlete Fabio Spiteri, Journalist Ivan Martin, and Performer Tezara Saliba.

In the first episode of ‘The SHE Word’, Ms Kerr will be interviewing Shelley Caruana from ‘Shelley’s Indoor Jungle’, Actress, Radio Presenter, and Influencer Taryn Mamo Cefai, and Content Creator Gail Baldacchino.

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