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Episode 110: “Living Centered and Embracing Change”

Featuring Angela Popplewell

Join Lindsey and Nicole for a conversation with Angela Popplewell, Co-Founder and CEO of non-profit 100cameras, an organization that equips youth worldwide with tools to process and tell their experiences in a way that impacts how they view themselves and their role in their community. We dig into the expansive nature of this work and the idea that every human – regardless of their background or circumstances – deserves the right to not just survive, but thrive. We talk about the power of storytelling and how important it is to not just to own your own narrative, but to engage with someone else’s. Angela shares some of the invaluable lessons she’s learned while leading this organization for the past decade and how vital it is to slow down, pay attention, listen, and embrace change in all aspects of life.

Meet this episode’s expert

Angela F. Popplewell is a Founder and the CEO for the nonprofit organization, 100cameras. With over fifteen years of experience working alongside localized educational and community development programs worldwide, her work focuses on the intersection of equipping youth with storytelling tools to process and tell their experiences, uplifting their points of view, and furthering the fundamental need for locally rooted development initiatives to be the lead in each community. Prior to 100cameras, she started her career at charity: water followed by her role as Director of Development & Administration at New Life of NYC, an inner-city community center in downtown Manhattan.

After building and testing the 100cameras curriculum and model to scale, Angela has led 100cameras to host meaningful partnerships with Apple, Paramount, Adobe, Fujifilm, Framebridge, the Malala Fund, and the United Nations Centre for Policy Research. Through these program platforms, over 31,000 youth have had access to tools to help process and tell their experiences, impacting how they view themselves and their role in their community. Angela currently lives in Nashville with her husband, Ty, and their three children.

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Living Centered Program at Onsite

Life—it can be so overwhelming.  

So often we move through it so swiftly and efficiently that we subconsciously begin to muscle through each day without even blinking. We don’t have time to get that workout in, let alone tend to our internal landscapes, so we bypass our trauma, sidestep our emotions, and keep it moving. Our daily actions have become completely disconnected from our purpose, our dreams, and our desires. It was all working…until it wasn’t. The cracks begin to appear. 

The Living Centered Program is our response to this phenomenon—we want to help you quiet the noise and bring you back to center. Living Centered is an invitation home to your true self. 

What is the Living Centered Program? 

The Living Centered Program is a six-day workshop led by expert therapists who will guide you in exploring, deconstructing, and rewriting your narratives. Our beautiful campus and retreat-like setting allows you a break from your daily distractions and provides the clarity needed to re-establish congruence between your feelings, values, and actions so that you might live a more intentional, meaningful, and fulfilling life.  

This world-renowned group experience is specifically designed to meet you right where you are. Our team will help you connect your past and present experiences and work through issues such as trauma, depression, anxiety, codependency, loneliness, childhood wounds, family dysfunction, negative relationship patterns, or simply the stresses of daily life. 

Visit us at to see if this program might be a fit for you!


Support the work of 100cameras

100cameras is a nonprofit organization that equips youth worldwide with tools to process and tell their experiences, impacting how they view themselves and their role in their community. Their custom curriculum improves social-emotional learning and community-building skills through photography as a new access for self-expression and understanding.

Across the 100cameras program platform, youth experience themselves as leaders. With a reach of over 32,000 youth to date, the program platform is designed to be inclusive, accessible, and educational and has options available that work in partnership with local organizations or with youth individually. Learn more at


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