In our final episode of the season, the notorious Nick May roasts your host! We BS about the creation of the Broad Strokes Podcast and what’s in store for 2021. Big things are coming! Thank you all for tuning...
About Broad Strokes
Broad Strokes is a paint contracting podcast FOR women, BY women! We celebrate the achievements and expertise of women who are kicking a$ in the paint contracting industry! Whether she paints houses or cabinets, owns her own business, or reps the industry’s best brands – HER story is worth telling.
About Your Host: Tana Todd
Your bubbly, buzzy, buttery-voiced host has no clue how to roll a wall or refinish cabinets, but she has gallons of experience rolling up her sleeves in male-dominated industries. Originally hailing from Spokane, Washington, her civil engineer and radio DJ father raised her to work hard and do her best, no matter how big or small the task may seem.
After spending six years in the US Army she moved to Colorado to earn her degree in Sociology, and she now coaches beginner and intermediate motorcycle classes on the weekends. In 2020, the infamous Nick May brought her onto his marketing team, and their appreciation and curiosity about the experiences of women in the paint contracting industry led to the launch of the Broad Strokes podcast on October 8th, 2020.
Ladies, this one’s for you.
I feel like now I would consider myself one of the best finishers in the industry. I would consider our business one of the best finishers in the industry only because I have surrounded myself with the very best of the best, and they've raised up my game.
At the beginning it was very closed-minded and very "I've done it this way for 30 years and this is the way you have do it". Now I feel like our industry shares so much information and we raise each other up and it's just a different atmosphere than what it was at the beginning.
Living the life we love
Broad Strokes is proud to partner with the Pro Painter Network.
We are on a mission to Elevate the Trade of paint contracting by empowering independent painters to succeed in their pursuit of local business ownership, and to assist in the achievement of that goal through leadership and education.