The Introvert Sisters Podcast Wins Silver in the 2nd Annual Anthem Awards
JERSEY CITY, N.J., Feb. 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Introvert Sisters podcast announced today that it has been honored for Best Podcast in the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion category in The 2nd Annual Anthem Awards. Lisa Hurley and Sharon Hurley Hall are the Co-Founders and Co-Hosts of the podcast, which has achieved a Silver Anthem Award.
The Introvert Sisters is a Black-owned, woman-founded podcast that leads conversations around what it means to be Black and introverted. The show aims to celebrate the amazingness of introverts, destigmatize introversion, and advocate for greater inclusion, understanding, and belonging of introverts in professional and social spaces. The podcast also amplifies broader, intersectional issues affecting racialized people who identify as neurodivergent and introverted.
“On behalf of my sister and I, thank you to The Anthem Awards for this honor. As introverted Black women, as members of the Caribbean diaspora, we could not be more proud and humbled to receive this award and bring honor to our communities, particularly during Black History Month.” said Lisa Hurley, Co-Founder of The Introvert Sisters. “This recognition in the international sphere confirms that our work is making a positive impact.” stated Co-Founder Sharon Hurley Hall. “It inspires us to keep pushing forward, and advocating for introverts who might not otherwise have a voice.”