Chatting Over Chowder
Chatting Over Chowder
The Right Temperature for Women Who Podcast with Sasha Huff

Today we chat with Sasha Huff. Sasha is a 10 year radio veteran turned podcast producer who helps women launch, grow and use podcasts as a high valued marketing tool. After leaving her broadcasting career, she launched the free group women who podcasts or want to. Which now has over 2000 women in various stages of their podcasting journey.

Her ultimate goal is to empower women, to use their voices, spread their message and increase their revenue through audio.

Join us as we chat about:

  • Her journey through a decade of her broadcasting career to successful podcast producer.
  • How marketing can make or break your podcast.
  • Sasha’s incredible taste in podcasts.

Listen to Sasha’s podcast recommendations:

Worst Firsts with Brittany Furlan
Him and Her Podcast

Because I Can Podcast

Honorable Mentions

Terri Lomax Episode

Bisque Please tell us where you can find Sasha?

Facebook: Facebook

Instagram: Instagram

Personal Website: Website

Check out Sasha’s Bootcamp!


This episode is sponsored by Crackers In Soup! Crackers In Soup is a minority women owned podcast management company dedicated to helping you up level your podcast! We provide time and freedom while you use your voice to showcase your expertise.

Today’s guest received the soup from Spoonful of Comfort! Spoonful of Comfort is the perfect way to send love to friends and family. Use discount code: CrackersinSoup at checkout to receive 15% off!!


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Song Credits: Shine on You featuring Gloria Tells

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