This week, we sit down with Julie Zaniewski to discuss sustainability, legacy, and innovation in the workplace. We dive deep into the pressures we feel to "have it all" and how to combat this, so it's a must-listen this Mental Health Awareness Month!
To kick off Mental Health Awareness Month, we sit down with Melody Wilding, author of the new book “Trust Yourself: Stop Overthinking and Channel Your Emotions for Success at Work,” to discuss burnout, the pressure young girls face, and setting boundaries in the era of remote work. We also cover what inspired her to write a book and what it means to be a sensitive striver.
This week, we sit down with branding expert Leslie Zane, President and Founder of Triggers Brand Consulting, the first brand consultancy founded by a woman. We discuss the complexities of building a brand, conscious and subconscious marketing, and the many jobs of a CMO during political and social transitions.
This week, we sit down with Maria Eitel of the Nike Foundation and discuss the power of the pivot, taking care of yourself in stressful times, and the importance of listening. We cover her career trajectory from the White House to the Girl Effect, as well as how we can all better help girls succeed as they grow.
On this week’s podcast, we sit down with Kathleen Grillo, Michele Cober, and Gabrielle Kohlmeier of Verizon to discuss how they each got their start and ended up at Verizon, how they’ve dealt with the pandemic and the transition to working from home, and the importance of creating an inclusive workplace. We also dive into the history of the Verizon and Ellevate partnership and what programs are in store this year.
This week, we connect with Cassandra Rae Pittman. She explains how people can create the positive change we seek in the world, what power means to her, and how we can refrain from cutting ourselves off from the impact we can truly achieve. Cassandra gets into the importance of having tough, yet productive conversations about politics by leading through empathy and finding a common ground.
On this week’s episode, we chat with Jennifer Bisceglie, Founder and CEO of Interos, as she takes us through her fascinating journey starting out as one of the very few women in the tech industry. She gives us a breakdown of the global supply chain industry, discusses artificial intelligence and the impact of it in the workplace, and explains how companies are in a global economy with each other’s suppliers and customers. Jennifer tells us how we can intentionally give back to our communities and in turn, give back to the world.
On this week's episode we chat with Tammy Tibbetts and Christen Brandt, the Co-Founders of She's The First, a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding, funding, and supporting solutions to educate and empower girls. Tammy and Christen share their thoughts on the pandemic's effects on young girls and their education. They illustrate their journey of writing their recently published book, Impact: A Step-by-Step Plan to Create the World You Want to Live In, and what it was like to create a resource that guides readers on a journey to help them create change in a responsible, sustainable, and impactful way.
This week we sit down with Chana Ginelle Ewing, Founder and CEO of GEENIE and author of “An ABC of Equality.” Chana discusses how viewing business through a cultural lens has driven her to create progress and change in the community, and how business leaders can use entrepreneurship as a key to moving culture within the world forward. She shares the importance of acknowledging and reviewing structures within society then talks about the next steps on what we, as future leaders, can do to dismantle them. Looking to shop and share culture-first BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and womxn brands that mirror your beliefs? Check out the beauty community of GEENIE at https://geenie.world/
On this week's episode, we sit down with Megha Desai, the President of Desai Foundation, a public foundation dedicated to elevating the health and livelihood of women and children through community programs in the U.S. and India. Megha describes her inspiring story about shifting her successful career from corporate advertising to the nonprofit/impact space with an entrepreneurial focus. She talks about the challenges and rewards of working in the nonprofit industry from fundraising to building a board of directors. As she reflects on her experience over the years, she discusses how to tap in and lean into the entrepreneurial spirit along the way.
This week, we chat with Ahlia Tillman Kitwana, founder of Little Black Buddha. She shares her career path that led her to being a woman in tech. Ahlia describes how important the power of community is, especially as an entrepreneur. She dives deeper into her dynamic approach when it comes to helping people discover their superpowers.
On this week's episode, we sit down with Maya Goodall, Senior Director of English Language Curriculum at Rosetta Stone, and we discuss her journey of career change as a teacher, coach, start-up founder, and her senior role at one of the world's largest language learning platforms. She shares an experience that became the catalyst to ask herself to pivot into a business mindset and entrepreneurial path.
On this Best Of Giving Tuesday edition, Veena Jayadeva, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Guardian and Sarah Degnan Kambou, PhD, CEO & President, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), join us to talk about women's role in global development, understanding marginalized communities and how they change, as well as how you can pick philanthropic causes yourself. The powerful duo also discuss the importance of working locally, creating individual impact, activating your personal network as well as Giving Circle and the Women and Girls Fund.
This week, we sit down with Maria Hinojosa, anchor and executive producer of Latino USA on National Public Radio and one of America's most renowned Latina journalists, where she shares her experiences becoming the first Latina at NPR and what it was like to be a young journalist sitting in editorial meetings. Maria also talks about the catalyst that drove her to write her recently released memoir, "Once I Was You."
Content/Trigger Warning: Please note, this episode features a survivor retelling an account of sexual assault. If you or someone you know needs help, please know you can contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800.656.HOPE (4673).
On this episode, we sit down with Linda Fisk, Co-Founder of LeadHERship Global, as she discusses the important ways to lift one another up and support other businesses as leaders in the world. She shares the true power of partnership and explains how creating connections, understanding and respecting a partner's strength, and building transparency within relationships can translate into success.
On this week's episode, we sit down with Teresa Carlson, the Vice President of Worldwide Public Sector at Amazon Web Services, and discuss her career path and journey into the tech world. She shares advice on how to best showcase your strengths to managers or potential companies, the impact of working with non-profits, and the importance of innovation when it comes to work and business.
On this week's episode, we are doing another recap of one of our best segments from Mobilize Women Week! Now, more than ever, it's critical to stay educated and engage in community efforts. Our Women and Politics speakers, Aditi Juneja (Counsel at Protect Democracy), Bushra Amiwala (Youngest Muslim Elected Official in the US), Christine Hallquist (CEO of Cross Border; 2018 Vermont Democratic Governor Nominee), and Shaniqua McClendon (Political Director at Crooked Media), discuss the role that gender plays in politics, what inspired our guests to get involved, and what everyone can do to better our communities and be active allies.
On this week's episode, we are joined by Nancy LeaMond, Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer of AARP, for an important conversation on how millions of caregivers keep both our economy and our families supported and how organizations can continue to support caregivers in the workforce. This episode was sponsored by AARP Family Caregiving.
On this week's episode, we are highlighting one of our favorite segments from Mobilize Women Week in August 2020 to you! Wendy Gonzalez, Interim CEO of Samasource and Kristy Wallace, CEO of Ellevate Network dive deep into unexpected circumstances in our lives that propel us to re-evaluate our priorities. Wendy explains the importance and impact of authenticity as a leader and how to stay purposeful when it comes to company responsibilities.