Sharpen Your Professional Skills While Taking Time Off for Family: A Conversation with Gayle Rigione

Women who choose to take time off from their career in order to raise a family or pursue their dreams often find re-entry challenging, especially if that gap of time is more than a few years! Our world is rapidly changing before our eyes, and more moms are finding opportunities to work and raise a…

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Using Lists to Be More Productive, Successful and Less Stressed: A Conversation with Paula Rizzo

It’s difficult to find enough hours in the day to get everything done and still find some downtime. When we do, the result is often stress, overextension, and exhaustion. My guest today, productivity expert Paula Rizzo, knows those feelings better than anyone. Paula comes from the fast-paced world of television production. With so much on…

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Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office: A Conversation with Dr. Lois Frankel

My guest today is on a mission to show women how to stop being so “nice,” and start seeing results in their career. Dr. Lois Frankel is the author of New York Times bestseller, Nice Girls Don’t Get The Corner Office among many others, and a much sought-after public speaker and consultant. Her life’s work…

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One Woman Disrupting the Cyber Security Industry – with Jessica Robinson

My guest today is Jessica Robinson, founder and CEO of The PurePoint Cyber Security Firm. Security and empowerment are Jessica’s top priorities, and she uses her years of industry experience and her passion for empowering women to change the security game. Computer engineering and security are a largely male-dominated field. Jessica remembers looking around at…

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Only Love Can Heal: A Conversation with Genocide Survivor Consolee Nishimwe

My guest today shares an amazing story of surviving unspeakable tragedy during the Rwandan Genocide. Consolee Nishimwe is an author and genocide survivor who fled the violence in her community after the murder of her Father. During the genocide, neighbor turned against neighbor and the men (and boys regardless of their age) were specifically targeted and…

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Revolutionizing Democracy in Education Through Action-Based Learning – with DeNora Getachew

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My guest today is DeNora Getachew from Generation Citizen. She and her nonprofit are working tirelessly to bring civics education to the next generation. Generation Citizen encourages young people to actively engage in democracy. This educational nonprofit goes into public school classrooms to get kids excited about democracy by following a curriculum that uses action-based…

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How to Make the Ask and Change Your Relationship with Money – with Laura Fredricks

My guest today is an expert on making the ask. What do I mean by making the ask? Often the ask is about money: maybe you are a philanthropist that needs grants, a startup looking for investment capital, or you are too nervous to ask for a raise or promotion at your current job. Laura can help…

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Living a Dual Life in a Man’s World – with Marita Bolles

Join me on this show as I welcome artist, composer and coach, Marita Bolles. Marita has been able to use her artistic and philosophical expertise to develop a creative and successful coaching business. She utilizes ontology as the foundation for her coaching. Ontology is the study of being and can be described simply as self-awareness.…

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Creating a Thriving Inclusive Environment in the Workplace – with Kathryn Montbriand

Today’s corporations are trying to create diversity in the workplace, and while this is an important goal, Kathryn Montbriand believes that what is even more important is to create a corporate culture of inclusivity. Katie uses her personal experience to pioneer inclusion in the workplace. Listen to this episode of NextFem as Katie and I discuss why…

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How to Use the Science of Nutrition to Fuel Your Life with Kelly LeVeque

Today’s guest is Kelly LeVeque, nutritionist, author, and health and wellness coach. Kelly is a fantastic health and wellness coach because she gets straight to the science of nutrition. Her goal is to help people understand the total body so they can make the best nutritional choices for themselves. Many nutrition coaches get into the field because…

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