About If God Had A Podcast

This message is approved by Pavlina not necessarily God... Welcome to If God Had a Podcast! Your podcast to deliver information to make you better through self-development. A motivational and inspirational podcast that offers actionable tips you can use right away. Interviews with thought leaders, celebrities and newsmakers that give you positive change tools for your life by managing your mind, well-being, finances, and goals in life. Hosted by award-winning lifetime media personality and Gen Z, Pavlina Osta. Every Friday get your weekly dose of techniques to make a better you for a better us.

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If God Had A Podcast

Pavlina Osta

🌟Executive Producer at Salem Media Group 🌟 Radio Personality 🌟 Speaker

Pavlina Osta (born September 26, 1997) is an American radio personality and Executive Producer for Salem Media Group, and host of the syndicated broadcast, “Pavlina's Kidz Place.” An accomplished classical ballet dancer and recipient of five Gracie Awards in four consecutive years (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017), when not working on her career as a radio host and YouTube interviewer, Pavlina attended The King's College 2016-2019 graduating with a BA in Media, Culture and The Arts. After gaining experience as an interviewer and journalist for local radio stations (WAPN, Holly Hill, Florida; WAPB, Madison, Florida; and WELE, Ormond Beach, Florida), she began a YouTube channel and became syndicated on 24 stations.

Over the course of her career, Pavlina has interviewed over 600 public figures, including actors, musicians, politicians, athletes, and other celebrities. In 2014, she published ’Talk to Me: The Road Trips of a Teen Celebrity Radio Host’ a non-fiction Exposé compiling some of her most sought-after interviews called: “Talk to Me: The Road Trips of a Teenage Celebrity Radio Host.” She currently holds the title of Junior Editor for I Am Entertainment Magazine as well as a contributor for Full Access Magazine and Equanimity Magazine. In 2013, Pavlina founded Text Ya Later, a non-profit intended to raise youth awareness about the dangers of distracted driving.