• Living Intentionally i

    This episode marks the one year anniversary of the show’s launch and appropriately focuses on something Dana opens every episode with, living intentionally. 

    Anniversary Episode: Living Intentionally
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    Dana tackles the tough subject of suicide awareness discussing with guests who have all been impacted in some way by suicide.

    Suicide Awareness
  • Dana & Moms Crossover i

    Live Zoom Show. Dana Being Dana and The Moms Network talk about how they are keeping some semblance of order balancing kids, e-learning and work during COVID-19.

    Dana & Moms Crossover
  • Autism Awareness i

    Dana Davenport, whose son was diagnosed with autism at age 7, talks with Little Friends and Turning Pointe Autism Foundation to spread Autism Awareness.

    Autism Awareness
  • diversity and inclusion i

    How do you talk about diversity and inclusion? If you are Dana you invite six friends from different races, religions, and genders and ask them the tough questions.

    Exploring Diversity and Inclusion
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    Women supporting women is an essential part of Dana Being Dana. On this episode are two women who have made careers out of supporting and uplifting others.

    Women Supporting Women
  • Love and Marriage i

    Inspired by the romantic comedy “When Harry Met Sally,” this episode takes a look at love and marriage, from first date mishaps to making love last.

    Love and Marriage
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    Dana is joined by Tracy Weems, Jessica Gimeno and clinical therapist Adam Ratner to break down the stigmas affiliated with anxiety and depression.

    Depression and Anxiety