Atlanta Radio Personality and NFL Widow Jae Nash Releases “Girl Power: Uncensored

V103.3 radio personality Jae Nash is releasing a collection of women’s stories into a book titled “Girl Power: Uncensored.” 
The compilation shares the struggles of real women, who have faced very real obstacles. Unfortunately, while most of their stories are not uncommon, they are also some of the hardest things to discuss; which is “Girl Power: Uncensored” serves as a testament that most women can relate to.
“Over a year ago, I envisioned taking Girl Power Hour, the radio platform that I built to tell women’s stories and turn them into a book. I knew God wanted me to heal through some pretty jacked up things that I experienced in my life. Excuse the lack of a better word, but this book is Uncensored, right? Girl Power Uncensored is not for the weak or judgmental. It’s merely a compilation of stories told by women FOR women in hopes that you can relate and be inspired to live your truth.” – Jae Nash
In the book, Jae Nash shares the story of how she met and lost her NFL husband Damien Nash, former running back for the Denver Broncos before he passed away in 2006.
About Jae Nash

A radio personality for Atlanta’s V-103, “The People’s Station,” Jae Nash has over a decade of experience in media and entertainment. She’s not just a radio personality, but also a television host, actress, reality star,  entrepreneur, and marketing professional.

Known as a media maven, Jae is the creator and host of Girl Power Hour Radio; syndicated on iHeart Radio, WMRO- Nashville, and ClearOne Radio. She was the host of Sunday Conversations for WJZA 101.1 FM Atlanta’s Smooth Jazz station.

Behind the scenes, Jae worked as the Promotions Director for WJZA 101.1 FM and the Community Relations Director at The Atlanta Voice Newspaper.

Recently, she created the Girl Power Outreach program which aims to touch and inspire young girls around the world. As a girl advocate, Jae wants to extend her network and influence to make a difference in the lives of girls in disadvantaged communities, underdeveloped and developing countries.