SOURCE: The Women's Eye LLC

The Women's Eye LLC

March 22, 2012 14:52 ET

The Jobs Economy: What Michigan's Former Governor and Host of "The War Room" Jennifer Granholm Wants Women to Know

Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm Discusses the Fight for Jobs in America, Why Hillary Clinton Should Run for Office in 2016 and Her New Political Show The War Room on Current TV With The Women's Eye Radio Show

PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - Mar 22, 2012) - How are American women influencing the world of politics? Should there be more women engaged in politics, and what message does former Governor Granholm share with women about changing their status quo?

As the 2012 Presidential election draws closer, The Women's Eye Radio Show delves into the political arena, featuring a candid interview with Michigan's former Governor-turned-author, and host of the political TV Show The War Room with Jennifer Granholm on Current TV. Making a compelling environment for Granholm's interview is talk radio show host, journalist and former national correspondent for Inside Edition, Stacey Gualandi, along with the program's Executive Producer, Pamela Burke, whose credits include NBC, LIFETIME and A&E TV. The Women's Eye offers the growing female radio demographic a uniquely powerful show.

Since 2011, The Women's Eye Radio Show (TWE) has been changing the way women see the world, one interview at a time. Joining the ranks of America's groundbreaking online sites dedicated to inspiring women, women in the news and positive social trends, such as and The Daily Beast, the increasing popularity of The Women's Eye Radio Show has garnered an impressive interview resume. TWE's dynamic, interesting and sometimes controversial guests such as author of the best-selling Tiger Mom book, Amy Chua, Arizona State University teacher and renowned activist Gloria Feldt, and former Marine, motivational speaker and author Brenda Warner, have earned the show both industry and listener recognition. Granholm's upcoming interview, followed by Politico Arena contributor, influential PunditMom blogger and Mothers of Intention author, Joanne Bamberger, further exemplifies the caliber of guests that TWE listeners have come to expect.

Through her eyes, Granholm will discuss her book A Governor's Story: The Fight for Jobs and America's Economic Future, the role of women in politics, jobs, world economics and work/life balance with The Women's Eye Radio Show. Granholm will address the following questions:

  • What is the solution to our national economic/jobs market situation based on Michigan's experience?
  • Why she would like to see Hillary Clinton run for office in 2016?
  • What would it take to get more women involved in the political arena?
  • What role does a good partner play in the success of women in politics?
  • As a leading female political voice, what does she want viewers to take away from her new TV Show?

Granholm's interview with Gualandi will air on The Women's Eye Radio Show on Phoenix, Arizona's KPHX 1480 AM and stream live through on Saturday, March 24th at 10 am PDT, and again on Sunday at 2 pm PDT. Also joining Granholm and Bamberger is Tama Clapper, a volunteer for the national nonprofit organization Blessings in a Backpack, who will discuss her charitable mission to feed America's hungry children.

"We believe that there are many women, of all ages, who are and want to be engaged in positive and diverse efforts to better our world. Many dynamic women in our society are exercising their passions, talents and skills for positive change. The Women's Eye Radio Show and website are a place for listeners and visitors to view the world as women see it," says show producer Pamela Burke.

Pamela Burke has been a Producer and/or Executive for NBC, LIFETIME Cable Network, USA Network, USA Today - The Television Show, King World and CBS, A&E Cable Network and DISCOVERY Planet Green. Burke began her career in media when she started her neighborhood newspaper in elementary school. Industry insider Stacey Gualandi is a Los Angeles-based news and entertainment journalist. Her credits include Inside Edition, TV Guide Network, Hallmark Channel, and EXTRA. The Women's Eye web site launched in 2010 to share the positive work of women throughout the globe.

Tune into the show as it streams live on on Saturdays and Sundays. For more information or to arrange an interview with Pamela Burke or Stacey Gualandi, contact The Women's Eye Radio Show at or call 757.621.9319.

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