It All Starts with a Coversation

SIOUXLAND MAGAZINE is written with a desire to help our readers learn; to see things from another perspective and to seek truth. The truth is we have more in common that we have differences. What brings us together is stronger than anything that divides us. Through our humble publication, we will start having conversations. This is an ambitious and beautifully optimistic attempt to shine light on all the things that make our community strong, but also discuss, in a productive and compassionate manner, the challenges we face. We are bringing people together, replacing judgement with understanding. Perspective is powerful. 


While reading SIOUXLAND MAGAZINE we hope to educate and inspire our readers, but even more importantly, to create a community that thrives on connecting with one another. At our core, we all want to connect. When we seek to understand by listening more intently, we find that our relationships deepen and our community strengthens as a result. With our appreciation for the power of connection through meaningful conversations, it only made sense to call our publishing company Empowering Conversations, LLC. 




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Stacie Anderson

Owner & Editor
Stacie enjoys empowering and contributing to organizations that focus on the environment, holistic health, education, and personal growth, as well as those open to expanding their creative and innovative boundaries.

Becca Feauto

Owner & Editor
Becca has a great passion for meeting new people and learning their stories that impact at an emtional level. She feels her purpose is to tell the stories of those who may not tell them. Stories that will create positive change and evoke an emotion.

Kari Nelson

Graphic Designer
Kari has been in the graphic design industry for more than 20 years. She has the experience and knowledge to accomplish any project. She enjoys creating art and telling a story through her designs.


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