Access Framingham Television (AFTV) announced the premiere of Woman2Woman Today, a brand new, bi-monthly, half-hour studio series created and hosted by the Natick resident Jen Maseda, who many know from her work with the United Way of Tri-County.
Woman2Woman Today showcases dynamic, accomplished women representing every area of our community, highlighting their success from the home to the board room.
Woman2Woman Today episodes begin with Maseda’s insightful conversations with her guests, offering engaging personal stories about each woman’s journey to empowerment. If empowerment is the keyword for the first segment, then fun is the theme of the second part of the show. The episodes second segment shows the skills and expertise of each dynamic woman through how-to demonstrations of tips and tricks with lots of laughter and entertainment.
“We want Woman2Woman Today to be the bright spot in the lives of women in our area. You’ll laugh, be inspired, and definitely take home some practical advice that will add value to your life,” Maseda explained. “I want our viewers to see extraordinary, ordinary women, whose journey resonates and inspires new ideas to take away and act upon.”
The premier episode profiles Stasia Steele, Chief Organizing Officer of The Little Details who’s appeared on a number of television series including, “Hoarding: Buried Alive” on the TLC Network. Steele shares practical office organizing tips and products to help prioritize productivity. The second episode features Alice Lovell Rossiter, Creator and Owner of Alice’s Table, a lifestyle company that engages and empowers women during maker events throughout the Greater Boston area. Alice guides Maseda and viewers through creative steps to make a modern floral arrangement and adds to the fun with the creation of a signature cocktail.
Woman2Woman Today is part of AFTV Executive Director, Scott Mercer’s vision to attract new and diverse audiences to the channel. “When Jen shared her concept of focusing on women who have found their passion, have taken risks to fulfill their dream, and have overcome adversity to create their success, we jumped at the opportunity to produce the show.” Mercer said, “With Jen as the host, providing women with a fresh perspective and focusing on “real” women achieving their goals, we are confident we will make Woman2Woman Today unique and relevant to many women.”
Woman2Woman Today airs Mondays at 5:30pm, with encore performances on Thursdays at 8pm and Saturday mornings at 9:30am on Access Framingham’s Channel RCN: Channel 3, Comcast: Channel 9, and Verizon: Channel 43.
Each local cable channel in Massachusetts, as part of MassAccess (MMX), can download the generic episodes to play on their local cable access channel.
Access Framingham (AFTV) is an award-winning community media center owned by Framingham Public Access Corporation (FPAC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit which acts as a public forum for all Framingham residents, nonprofit and community-based organization and educational institutions by providing them with affordable training and access to emerging media technologies.