We Are WOC Podcasters

WOC (Women of Color) Podcasters is an inclusive community for women of color podcasters and audio creators to connect, learn, and share resources. In two years, WOC Podcasters has grown to include a worldwide community, blog, and membership site.

With over 4,000+ members from 75+ countries around the world, this is the first community of its kind dedicated to the growth and representation of women of color in the podcasting industry.

Not only do we want to promote more diverse voices in podcasting but we also want to inspire more women to feel like “Yes, I can do this!”

From esteemed women of color podcasters to aspiring podcasters looking to get started, we created this community so women of color can find the resources to prosper along their creative journeys.

OUR GLOBAL REACH

Women host less than 22% of podcasts. Women of color host less than that.

WOC Podcasters is changing that!

Skills

Learn new skills from experts and other community members.

Collaboration

Find and collaborate with other skilled content creators and podcasters.

Accountability

Build new friendships and stay motivated to reach your goals.

FROM OUR BLOG

Nightmare on 5th Street Podcast

Get Into the Spooky Season With Nightmare on 5th Street Podcast

Throughout the month of October, Nightmare on 5th Street is sharing scary stories from around the world.
Podcasting Jobs on WOC Podcasters Job Board

WOC Podcasters Relaunches Job Board With Podcasting Jobs

We've relaunched our podcasting job board and we're excited to share it with you!
Asian American Podcasters Leaders

Asian American Thought Leaders in Podcasting

Meet these inspiring Asian American women thought leaders in the podcasting space.

OUR MEMBERS

Lifting Voices. Sharing Stories. Impacting the World.

Eboni Gee host of The Kidney Connection

Thank you for creating this space. I don’t have anyone around me who has a podcast, so to be able to have a place to share ideas, get relevant information and support is huge for me.

We don’t know where we’d be if it had not been for the information and the community of WOC Podcasters! There’s so much knowledge and so many resources that we can’t fail!

It can be challenging navigating an industry where you are not the majority. I am so thankful to have a safe place where I can ask questions and support other women of color.