This week, we sit down with Deepa Purushothaman, author, speaker, and co-founder of nFormation, to discuss being a woman of color in the workplace, taking care of your health and wellness, and her book, "The First, the Few, the Only: How Women of Color Can Redefine Power in Corporate America."
We sit down with Amy Borsetti, GM of Americas for Asana, to discuss being a queer woman in the tech industry, recognizing social progress, and owning your space in any room.
This week, we sit down with Lisa Russell, Co-Founder and CEO of Aleria, to discuss removing barriers for employees, what it means to be a social impact entrepreneur, and recognizing the lack of trust in the workplace.
This week, we sit down with Naomi Mercer, Senior VP of DEI for the American Bankers Association, to discuss the importance of financial literacy, invisible disabilities, and her new book, "DEI Foundations: Practices for Accelerating Your Bank’s DEI Journey."
This week, we sit down with Ruchi Pinniger, Founder and CEO of Watch Her Prosper, to discuss becoming empowered in every sense of the business world, saving for retirement, and why women undervalue themselves when they run businesses.
This week, we sit down with Julie Holunga to discuss breaking patterns of self-doubt, building a glossary of words to present yourself confidently, and how to get out of your own way.
This week, we sit down with Ann Mukherjee, Chairman and CEO, North America at Pernod Ricard, to discuss wanting to make a difference working for a spirits company, opening the conversation about sexual consent and alcohol, and how the pandemic helped companies understand employees' needs.
This week, we sit down with Joanna Frank, President and CEO of the Center for Active Design and President and CEO of Active Design Advisors, to discuss how buildings can affect your physical and mental health, how climate change is affecting real estate, and working real estate during a financial crisis.
This week, we sit down with Donna Cryer, President and CEO of the Global Liver Institute, to discuss equity in healthcare, being a Black woman at the forefront of healthcare awareness, and raising awareness about liver disease in women.
This week, we sit down with Paula Ratliff, President of Women Impact Tech, to discuss the importance of surrounding yourself with other professional women, creating a work culture where women can thrive, and why the retention rate for women in tech is so low.
This week, we sit down with Kalpa Gupta, Founder and CEO of KNEKXT Group, to discuss carrying generational trauma, how she helps sexual abuse survivors find their voice, and how you can support survivors as a coworker, friend, and otherwise. (CN/TW: talk of sexual abuse)
This week, we sit down with Rachel Thomas, Co-founder and CEO of LeanIn.Org and OptionB.Org, and Alexis Krivkovich, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, to discuss the 2022 edition of McKinsey and LeanIn.Org's Women in the Workplace report, including why women leave the workforce, how to retain better representation and leadership, and the ups and downs of hybrid work and flexibility.
This week, we sit down with Lynn Wooten to discuss how to help your manager lead better, how she became President of Simmons University, and her new book, "The Prepared Leader."
This week, we sit down with Meeghan Salcedo, Chief People Officer of IPC Systems, to discuss creating a positive, collaborative work culture, the complexities of the term "impostor syndrome," and building trust while working in a hybrid environment.
This week, we sit down with Jennifer Cassetta to discuss setting boundaries, how the body responds to and survives trauma, and her book, "The Art of Badassery."
This week, we sit down with Poppy MacDonald, President of USAFacts, to discuss her work with USAFacts and Politico, how her experience on Capitol Hill helped her understand voters, and why more women need to run for office.
This week, we sit down with Pat Hedley, author of "Meet 100 People," to discuss how networking helps your professional development, figuring out what works best for your comfort level when meeting new people, and how to follow up and stay in touch with new connections.
This week, we sit down with Sylvia Bugg, Chief Programming Executive and GM of General Audience Programming for PBS, to discuss her years at PBS, how audiences consume media, and how to be a creative convener.
This week, we sit down with Nataly Kogan to discuss how burnout changed her world, learning how to say no, and her latest book, "The Awesome Human Project."