Podcast: How Amanda Betts is bridging the gapby Megan McChesney
Why would a woman who spent most of her adult life building a successful business suddenly turn her back on it all?
“I could see my green eyes. I could see my brown hair and my height. I said, ‘Is this who I really think it is? Are you my dad?’”
Listen to the full episode from the podcast series The Lip by journalist Megan McChesney.
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