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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.
On this episode, Alison joins us to talk about her experience working for her parent, the generational differences at work, and the emotional story of how she become the CEO.
On this episode, Nicole talks about fear, stepping out of her comfort zone, as well as focusing on the journey and being present.
On this episode, Sally talks about the evolution of female leadership and how business and society came to embrace women leaders.
Miriam Grobman, Founder and CEO of Miriam Grobman Consulting, joins us to talk about everything from changing careers and industries from mining, to finance and consulting.
Nicole Spinelli and Lucila Williams of Lincoln Financial Group share their expertise in both the financial industry and the diversity and inclusion space as champions of women’s equality.
Tune in to hear the inside scoop on Adrianne’s journey from a ballroom dancer to a changemaker for the amputee community.
Ericka Spradley, Career Coach/Chief PowHer Officer of Confidence Career Women joins us this week to share her insights about closing the confidence gap.
This week, Tara joined us to talk about the difference between non-profit and for-profit companies, the important role volunteering plays in making an impact, as well as The Girl Project’s work.