Patricia Raskin, host of The Patricia Raskin Show, is a nationally recognized, multi-media radio talk show and podcast host and award-winning radio producer, business owner and leader.She is recognized by her peers and audiences as the “powerhouse voice” on lifestyle, health and wellness and inspirational programs.
For four decades Patricia has been a pioneer and trailblazer for positive media messaging through her work as trainer and media producer and host and she has interviewed over 5000 people in her career. She coaches and provides consultation to clients who want to create or improve their own podcasts.
Patricia’s programs focusing on positive living have aired on FOX, PBS, NPR and Cumulus affiliates.
The Positive Aging With Patricia Raskin podcast series , co-produced by Rhode Island PBS can be heard on Apple Podcasts and Positive Aging with Patricia Raskin on Rhode Island PBS.
The Patricia Raskin Positive Living program/podcast in it’s twenty-second year, can be heard on VoiceAmerica.
Patricia has a masters degree in counseling and is a certified coach (CPC), is the author of Success, Your Dream and You and Pathfinding: Seven Principles for Positive Living.
She presents wellness and motivational workshops, seminars and keynote talks for organizations and corporations and businesses nationally.
Patricia works with companies, businesses and non-profit organizations to create trainings, seminars, radio programs, podcasts, and events that promote healthy living. Her work as a podcast coach helps clients craft, develop and deliver their podcasts.
Patricia holds a Bachelors degree from Lesley College and a Masters degree in Counseling from Salem State College. Patricia is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) from the World Coach Institute.
She is a 2017 graduate of the NU11 class of Leadership Rhode Island.
Patricia is a recipient of the 2020 Providence Business News (PBN) Leaders and Achievers Award, the 2015 Rhode Island Small Business (SBA) Award, 1996 and 2003 Distinguished Woman of the Year Award from the Carteret County (North Carolina) Council for Women and the 2001 recipient of the Circle of Excellence Media Award from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.