Elisa Parker

See Jane Do is a multimedia program capturing the stories of everyday women doing extraordinary things for the planet.  Hosts take tips that suggest what we should do to improve our planet to the next level of what we can do.  As mothers, we are on a quest to discover and incorporate solutions that are created by and/or implemented by women.  They explore what’s really doable for everyday women.  What are the triumphs?  What are the challenges to living an eco-friendly life? Most important, what are the incredible stories behind the women that are actually doing their part to make a difference?

We hear again and again from involved women that if we all do our part we can truly make a difference. The women Elisa and Leta interview are models for change that are leading the way with sometimes simple steps to a greener planet.

See Jane Do broadcasts with the support of KVMR, a nationally acclaimed community radio station based in Nevada City, CA and serves a wide listening audience in the Sierra Foothills, Sacramento, and Lake Tahoe region.  Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore says KVMR is the best public radio station in America.
See Jane Do recently received a grant through KVMR to produce and distribute the program nationally.  See Jane Do walks the talk and documents their personal experience not only in their one of a kind radio program, but also through blogging, webisodes and podcasts on their website www.seejanedo.com

Top Tips from BlogHer '09: "Business of You" Part I

So, you've taken a break from the daily grind and said good-by to your 9-5 job. You're ready to jump into the "business of you".  And if you're like many of the attendees who participated in the BlogHer '09 conference, you're probably blogging about your new ventures or sharing the stories of "you" with the world.   ...more

Behind the Scenes with BlogHer Founders: How Blogging Works for Women

July 24th, 2009 kicks off the largest conference for women bloggers in the world.  Bloggers from all over are convening in Chicago to connect in real life including the See Jane Do team.  We went behind the scenes with BlogHer founders, Jory Des Jardins and Elisa Camahort to learn blogging basics and essentials, why blogging works for women, and the steps that led to this incredible online community for women. ...more

This is What Peace Feels Like

Become inspired in three minutes!  See Jane Do has captured the essence of CODEPINK's Mother's Day event and vigil in this short video.  Our team reported on the event and will feature the stories of these everyday extraorindary women who came together to promote peace on June 3rd, at 1:00 P.M on KVMR. Over 8,000 quilt squares were sewn from people worldwide to create a 150 foot quilt that read, "I will not raise my children to kill another mother's child". ...more

The Radical Act of Knitting: Mothers Warm Hearts World-Wide

Calling all knitters for peace!  Can a cozy inspire positive change?  Can it do more than warm our bodies but also warm our hearts?  Maybe not one cozy but perhaps 4,000 can.  Individuals and groups all over the world in places like; Turkey, the United States, South Africa, Chile, France, and even people in my home town are knitting their way towards a 150' quilt to drape across the fence in front of the White House that promotes peace during CODEPINK's historic Mother's Day event and vigil. ...more

I remember knitters gathering squares for quilts after natural disasters and the "wombs on ...more

Multimedia mom seeking stories!

Hi!  Several months ago my then 5 year old asked me "mommy, why are we killing our earth?"  As a radio producer and host of a music program, I thought " I need to do more".  So, I put my passion into action.  My friends and I launched the multimedia program, See Jane Do. See Jane Do captures the stories of everyday women doing extraordinary things for the planet.  As the hosts, we're on a quest to discover solutions that will create a better life for our family and community.  We put the tips to the test. ...more

Tweeting, Twurling and Blogging: Women Change the World with Social Media

As women, telling stories comes naturally to most of us.  We also know how to get the word out fast.  Incorporate social networking and the on-line movement and there's potential for a social change explosion. It seems women are starting to renew our communities and the planet at an ex ...more