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Podcast in English et en français. All around the world there are ordinary women doing extraordinary things. Brave New Woman is about giving those women a platform and a voice. It’s about helping change the way in which women are perceived and it’s about inspiring us all to do what we have always wanted to do. Partout dans le monde, il y a des femmes ordinaires qui font des choses extraordinaires. Brave New Woman donne à ces femmes une plate-forme et une voix. Il aide à changer la façon dont ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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If you enjoyed my first interview with Neha, when she talked about her transformation from being an accountant working for KPMG to her work in aid agencies around the world, you will love this second interview. We talk about her faith, Hindu philosophy and her involvement in the incredible Chinmaya University in Southern India. I would love to hear…
 
Christine is the founder of a company called Syntropic World. Syntropy is the opposite of entropy, and means making more out of the sum of the parts. We talk about what syntropy is, the way in which it has already changed so many people’s lives and its potential. In addition to working tirelessly to teach, write about and promote syntropy, Christin…
 
Annie calls herself an “Expert in elevating the quality of critical thinking in business and life”. She started her professional life as an actor before becoming an executive coach. She now works with management teams and executives across ASX-listed companies, private businesses, industry associations and women’s business groups. I talk to Annie a…
 
Shirley is of Dominican origin and grew up in New York City. She studied sociology and anthropology, focussing on colonialism and racial and feminist dynamics. She has multiple mediums of communication - writing, singing and photography - and speaks multiple languages. But her message remains the same: what is it to be a black woman in today’s soci…
 
Meredith Marshall worked for a Fortune 50 financial institution for close on 20 years, first in risk management then in coaching leaders and executives in transformational leadership. We talk about what transformational leadership is and how organisations can be healed and re-humanised. I would love to hear any comments you might have on this episo…
 
Sonia is the Director of the Directorate of Capacity Building, National Forest and Wildlife Service of Peru. 40% of Peru's forests are old-growth forest, and it is disappearing at the rate of 30% a year as a result of burning to create agricultural land, gold mining, illegal logging and narco-trafficking. Sonia's role within the Forest and Wildlife…
 
Marisi López is from Corrientes in the north of Argentina. In 2005, she joined the Tompkins Conservation team in their work on the stunningly beautiful Iberá Park. The Tompkins started buying up land several decades ago, much to the dismay of the local people. However, when they realised that the park was bringing them jobs and saw the land regener…
 
Rebeca is a fire-fighter for the State of Jalisco on the west coast of Mexico. She trained with the Fulton Hot Shot Type 1 brigade in California, one of the toughest fire brigades in the world, coordinated and carried out the first course for women on forest fire and created the first all-woman forest fire brigade. She talks about her experience as…
 
Daniela is the Director of the Wildlife Conservation Society in Magallenes in Chile and is responsible for an area of 300 000 hectares. Only 33 people work for the Wildlife Conservation Society in the whole of Chile. Funding is a constant issue, as is making sure that conservation stays on the agenda of politicians and decision makers. One of the b…
 
Marysol is the Director of the fabulous Guadalupe Island Biosphere Reserve off the Western Coast of Mexico. The island is the home to many endemic species include sea lions, white sharks, cyprus, pine tree and the black-footed albatross, and a fishing village of 180 people. Marysol talks about how for many years, people came from all over the world…
 
On Tuesday 29 June 2021, we held the first "World According To Women", a forum for the women I have interviewed for this podcast to come together and go deeper on the issues, observations and concerns I am hearing from so many of them. For this event, Meredith Marshall and Camilla Borrevik shared their observations on “Better conversations: How we …
 
Anjani Amriit left her home in a small mining town in Yorkshire at the age of fifteen. She studied law and worked for one of the biggest law firms in the world until she burnt out. She went to a single meditation class and had a profound experience which changed her life and switched on her psychic abilities. Today, she combines her spirituality wi…
 
“C’est comme s’il y avait des morceaux de puzzle qui s’étaient reliés. Je vois que tout ce que j’ai fait à un sens et un fil conducteur et m’amène à ce que je suis aujourd’hui. J’ai traversé des moments de doute, d'errance. J’ai beaucoup cherché ma place. J’avais une passion, j’allais vite et puis je m’ennuyais. J’ai compris que ce n’était pas à un…
 
This is a very special episode, because the person I am interviewing is... my Mum. Mum is hugely creative but she is also a doer - she will have an idea and the next thing you know, the project will be up and running or even finished. She is a drawer and a painter, was a potter for a while, she ran an arts and crafts shop for many years, and I don’…
 
“It was when the leaders on the course were describing how a child would feel when they had been sexually abused and I remember thinking: I don’t need you to tell me this, I know already. This was the first time I knew, if that makes sense. It had never really dawned on me that that’s what that was. I had nothing to compare it to. When you’re a sma…
 
Lauren is the first woman to have swum 35 kilometres around Lord Howe Island, a stunningly beautiful island located 600 kilometres off the east coast of Australia. She talks about why she did the swim and the mental state she had to be in to cope with challenges such as a huge swell, swimming into a current that kept her in the same place for two h…
 
The year she graduated from law at Sydney University, Marea was one of the five women and perhaps eighty men. She became the senior partner in a law firm in Port Macquarie on the north coast of NSW in Australia. She was also the mother of five children, Deputy Chair of the NSW Catholic Education Commission then Chair of the Governing Council of the…
 
“Ce qui me plaît dans cette histoire c’est que Atalante est un personnage de la mythologie. Pas une déesse. Au contraire, elle une femme symbole de l’indépendance. De féminité et en même temps de force. Elle est très pure et très intelligente. C’est une femme qui aime. C’est une femme pleine de passion. Ce n’est pas une femme qui veut être un homme…
 
If you have ever struggled with losing weight, this is the interview for you. Dr. Caetlin Jopson shares the cutting-edge techniques she has used successfully with hundreds of patients. Not only do they lose weight. As the pounds drop off, their other health issues miraculously disappear as well. I would love to hear any comments you might have on t…
 
Fumi Suematsu travaille à Tokyo comme enseignante de la langue japonaise. Elle a voyagé en Nouvelle-Zélande et en Australie lorsqu’elle était jeune. Quand elle est revenue au Japon, elle ne voyait pas d’avenir, donc elle est partie à Paris - une échappatoire. Une fois arrivée, la beauté de la pluie, le ciel gris et les bâtiments correspondaient à s…
 
“Red Tents are places for women to connect, to relate to one another, to support one another. Red tents were inspired by the book “The Red Tent'' by Anita Diamond, which is a fictional account of women in Biblical times meeting in a red tent, but they also share a lot with cultures around the world, such as women’s circles, educating women about pa…
 
“On m’a diagnostiqué une sclérose en plaques le 28 septembre 2020, à 24 ans. J’étais journaliste et tout juste propriétaire d’un pavillon avec mon conjoint. J’ai eu l’impression que le ciel me tombait sur la tête. Tout était très lourd, la maladie en elle-même et tous les changements que cela impliquait dans ma vie. Mais au quotidien, ce sont les d…
 
"Lucky for me, I have really, really grey hair. At about the age of 35, I decided to let my hair go completely grey. I would sit in the board room meetings with mainly men around the table and me in a more junior position and I'd watch their body language. Things like if you don't agree, you put your hands behind your head or your hands down on the…
 
“On some level I felt like there is a part of me that is in a new location, a new scene, a new set of lines but it’s life, it’s not fantasy. I feel like this is where I’m meant to be. I’ve always felt like I’m on a journey to somewhere but I don’t think I’ve felt as at home anywhere else I’ve been than where I am now. It just makes sense.” - Harrie…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Je m’adresse à toutes les femmes issues de pays en voie de développement, que ce soit des femmes africaines, que ce soit des femmes asiatiques, même celles dans des pays développés : nombreuses femmes sont encore lourdement privées de leurs droits les plus basiques aujourd’hui. Mais une femme qui a décidé, une…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Quand je pense à l’intimité de la naissance, je pense à la communauté des éléphants. Quand une femelle éléphant met bas, il y a toute une communauté d’éléphants qui l’entoure pour la protéger et pour la laisser son intimité pour qu’elle puisse vivre et arriver dans les profondeurs de cette naissance la mère - …
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Katherine is the senior curator at Manly Art Gallery & Museum in Sydney. We talk about what it takes to become a curator and dig deep into the role. We talk about how the gallery combines art with other disciplines, including science and social issues, such as: “Refugee Art Project” where the work of four …
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Etre une femme prof, ça pouvait être bien ou pas bien. Ca dépendait de la vision de la femme de mes élèves. S’ils étaient entourés de femmes avec un petit peu de caractère, ils pouvaient l’accepter. Mais ça m’est déjà arrivé d’être en face des élèves hommes qui n’acceptait pas qu’une femme leur dise quoi faire…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain “Things deteriorated badly when Liam was about 15, when he hit puberty. He’d always been pretty strong and reasonably tall but he was very soon stronger than me and very determined. Once he hit about 15, things got really dangerous and we saw an escalation in behaviour that led to a lot of aggression. Scra…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Le Hatha Yoga est une approche du corps très ancienne qui a évolué au fil des transmissions. C’est avant tout une philosophie millénaire que l’on découvre par l’étude des textes. Pourtant les questions qui se posaient sont les mêmes qui se posent encore aujourd’hui. Les manières d’y répondre par le hatha yoga …
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain “We started off by focusing on teaching kids how to code, and we realised we were only attracting the usual suspects - little boys. Hardly any girls, hardly any kids of colour. So we started introducing class discussions about technology. Bing. All of a sudden, girls were more interested. We talk about the…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain “I'm particularly drawn to telling the stories of women who have been unjustly forgotten by history. Many of my historical novels are bibliographic fiction. I tell the lives of women who once really lived and who have been unfairly ignored, whose voices have been silenced, whose achievements have been lost…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain “Comment se construire en tant que femme ? Quand on n’est pas reconnu comme un être sexué, quand on n’a pas accès à l’autre, quand on n’est pas à égalité, quand on a des difficultés à se déplacer, d’avoir accès aux lieux de rencontres, c’est une problématique. Quand on pense qu’une personne en situation de hand…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain “Today more than ever we have a responsibility to help build a world in which every human being matters. A world where we all see each other, listen to each other and live with a deeper sense of connection and authenticity.” - Neha Broota Neha Broota started her cadetship at one of the big four accounting …
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Amidst the trauma and sorrow of the end of her thirty-year marriage in Sydney, Susi Prescott’s wild imagination did not lie idle for long. Four children now adult and independent, no husband around any more . . . she could now venture out into the world to follow some dreams, and perhaps even make a differ…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain Françoise Mar est bénévole aux Chouettes - Solidarité femmes du Diois. Dans cette association d'une vingtaine d'adhérentes, trois (bientôt quatre) accompagnantes se démènent, avec un budget annuel de 200 €. Non, pas d'erreur, 200 €. Heureusement on ne parle plus de "femmes battues" ! Françoise explique que derr…
 
Elsie Brimblecombe, as the wife of a reclusive grain farmer in mid-Western Queensland, made a life for herself in academia and as a poet and artist. She is a wonderful example of just how rich life becomes when we lead a life of giving. I am running a free webinar - "Women Empower Women" - on Tuesday 27 April. Check it out here: https://mailchi.mp/…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Clarisse Hagège, CEO of Xkey, a block-chain company, asks: “is that where the energy is?” rather than “can I do it?” She doesn’t let anything stop her. “You hear: “we want companies with women CEOs in our portfolio” so I thought I was in such a nice position - woman, CEO, blockchain - but there is definite…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain For over 20 years, Caetlin Jopson provided medical care to the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in rural, remote and urban areas. She also worked with the Royal Flying Doctor Service for over 7 years delivering women’s health to remote communities. Caetlin trained at Sydney Universi…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Maria Cristina is currently working as a climate scientist at Winrock in Washington D.C. She shares her journey in becoming a climate scientist later in life. As a tiny child, Maria Cristina lived with her grandparents on their farm in Ecuador. This had a big impact on her life: they taught her to love nat…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Jan Roberts talks about why she became a historian and her focus on the incredibly important work of bringing women back into history. Jan talks about one of her most important books: "Maybanke Anderson: Sex, Suffrage and Social Reform". Maybanke was a driving force in the fight for Federation and the vote…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain When Rosalie Dillon-Sinclair was told that her eight-month old baby, Ella, had cystic fibrosis, she hit rock bottom. But once she came to terms with it, she made a decision that she was going to do everything she could, not only for Ella but for both her children. She followed all the protocols to the lett…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Donna Lawler and her husband, Steven Freeland are probably the world's only space law couple. Donna tells us about what a space lawyer does every day and discusses some of the major issues that are being discussed in relation to space such as the discovering of billions of tonnes of water on the moon, disc…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain When Erin was serving as an environmental volunteer with the Peace Corps in the Dominican Republic, she realised that conservation starts with people. So she did a Masters of Science in Conservation Leadership with a focus on human dimensions and is now a Project Manager at Colorado State University’s Cent…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain Isabelle a toujours suivi son instinct. Majeure de sa promotion pour être assistante sociale, elle a décidé de ne jamais exercer cette profession. Elle a démarré dans la communication le lendemain, bien qu'elle n’eût aucune formation dans cette profession. De toutes ses expériences professionnelles, heureuses e…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain Céline a commencé sa vie professionnelle en finance, en tant que trader. Après une période où elle a essayé d'associer ses valeurs écologiques dans le domaine de la finance en travaillant sur les aspects de responsabilité sociale des entreprises et sur les investissements plus responsables, elle a finalement ch…
 
Brave New Women by Cecilia Poullain Felicity Wade has been campaigning for the environment for close on thirty years. She talks about the heady times of leading the Wilderness Society of NSW, Australia in her twenties, without realising just how tough it was to be in the public eye and carry the organisation. She talks of how her role has changed f…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain Née à Madagascar, Corinne Simm a grandi à Libreville au Gabon. Amoureuse des chevaux depuis toujours, elle n'a pu vraiment être en contact avec qu'eux qu'à son arrivée en France pour faire ses études de Psychologie puis Ressources Humaines. Une seule séance d'initiation à l'équicoaching a suffi pour réveiller e…
 
Brave New Women avec Cecilia Poullain Agnès Giraud-Passot, biographe, raconte des histoires de vie. Elle écrit des livres qui serviront de repères pour les générations futures. Elle nous parle des atouts de l’écriture. Elle explique le chemin qu’elle a parcouru pour parvenir au métier de biographe, une activité humaine passionnante qui mérite de so…
 
Brave New Women hosted by Cecilia Poullain Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox is an academic and a visual artist with long-term interests in cosmology, landscape and existential risk posed by militarised technologies. She is currently a PhD student at Curtin University, Western Australia, having completed her Master of Philosophy at the University of Queensl…
 
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