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Suzie Williford talks about the hardships she faced, the importance of mentorship, as well as the progress the kitchen and bath industry made in closing the gender gap.
On this episode, Sateria talks about her history with fibroids and how it helped her discover faith and courage in herself to found the Fibroid Foundation.
On this episode, Afua talks about her career plan, how the “5 year plan” can sometimes stifle you, and importance of political action at an early age.
On this episode, Nicola talks about the history of gin, how she started her business, and how to create a distinct voice as a brand.
On this episode, Bethanie Baynes talks about ageism at work, the pressure of being an ideal mother and how her experiences inspired her to use her platform to uplift other women.
On this episode, Tez talks about her early career paths, being an introvert at a social job, and the positive and the negative aspects of working for yourself.
On this episode, Whitney Bell talks about the impact of storytelling, the evolution of feminism, and how to unpack our privilege.
Taking an unconventional path to wealth management, Kirsten joins us this week to talk about being a young single mother in the financial industry.
On this episode, Nataly Kogan focuses on the importance of creating kinder relationships with ourselves and being able to beat the feeling of not being enough.
On this episode, Marina talks about running an online business, how to trust someone when expanding a business and the transition from large companies to start-ups.
n this episode, Alex talks about how she got her start in the fashion industry, getting away from “the bully in your head”, and the importance of having courage to change the status quo.
Rachel Renock discusses her story of Wethos reaching one million dollars in venture capital funds and why it is important to give women room to fail.