Community Knowledge Base.
Tap into the wisdom of our community on all topics, personal and professional. We're here to help each other achieve our goals faster and smarter.
In this episode, Lorraine talks about how we must champion women and girls in tech, as this is where the fate of our future lies.
In this episode, Maria tells us how she builds relationships via social media, how to manage your professional vs. personal social media presence and how she is able to be herself in her writing.
In this episode, Jodi walks us through the rewards and challenges of holding oneself to the highest standard, and she outlines helpful practices that all women can adopt.
In this episode, Melanie Curtis chats about making her imperfections known, overcoming fears, and what it’s like to throw yourself out of planes, helicopters, and the occasional hot air balloon.
In this episode, we sit down with Dee to discuss the importance of giving women real-world learning experiences.
In this podcast, Neha shares her insights on how to create a work culture that churns out innovative solutions, the universal value of storytelling, and the future landscape of media.
As Public Advocate for the City of New York and the first woman of color to hold citywide office in NYC, Letitia James is all about breaking down barriers.
As psychotherapist, writer, wellness & executive coach, Megan Bruneau is a leading voice in the health and wellness community.
Eva Moskowitz, Founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools, has been passionate about education from the time she was young.
Not many companies have a single individual as their Chief People and Legal Officer; however, AppNexus is setting a trend and changing the game with diversity in tech.
Taylor Bradford has always been curious about being her own boss, so she bought her first rental property at 24 years old.
Jill Salzman, founder The Founding Moms, wants you to know that moms make the best entrepreneurs.