In the Ellevate Podcast you’ll meet real women having a real impact. Female entrepreneurs, authors, business women, and other inspiring leaders share their experience and takeaways from their careers. Ellevate’s mission is to close the gender achievement gap by bringing more women into positions of leadership. Hosts Kristy Wallace and Maricella Herrera interview female leaders to showcase the immense talent these women bring to the table. www.EllevateNetwork.com
This week, we sit down with Sheela Subramanian to discuss career shifts, what inclusivity means to her, and her book, "How the Future Works: Leading Flexible Teams To Do The Best Work of Their Lives."
This week, we sit down with Madeline Schwarz to discuss the importance of communication and storytelling, tips for public speaking, and dealing with networking when you're an introvert.
This week, we sit down with Sarah Sheehan to discuss how working in HR helped her understand the challenges organizations face, the complications of being female-presenting on a sales team, and the importance of standing up for yourself.
This week, we sit down with Bonnie Hagemann to discuss gender equality in the boardroom, income disparity within companies, and her new book, "The Courage to Advance."
This week, we sit down with Lizette Ojeda to discuss how to know when to say no, getting rid of the hater in your head, and breaking generational cycles.
This week, we sit down with Simmone Taitt to discuss the barriers she found as a woman of color building her own company, how school sex ed fails our children, and how and why she started Poppy Seed Health. CN for talk of fertility complications and miscarriages
This week, we sit down with Patricia Wooster to discuss what happens when you write a book, consulting with writers trying to get published, and how she got her start creating WoosterMedia.
This week, we sit down with Jenny Pollock to discuss being a woman in tech, advocating for yourself, and getting an internal sponsor. For more information on Jenny's work, visit https://bit.ly/3j6kCpc and https://bit.ly/3NJGncB.
This week, we sit down with Zanele Njapha to discuss her transition from teaching to starting a business, figuring out how much to charge for your time, and the importance of saying no.
This week, it's our 300th episode special! Plus, Kristy sits down with Kailee Scales to discuss what inspires her to make change with Pencils of Promise and Black Lives Matter.
This week, we sit down with Michelle Boockoff-Bajdek to discuss finding purpose in our careers, making hard choices about company values, and Skillsoft's commitment to women in the workplace.
This week, we sit down with Alisa Parenti to discuss how she got into media, telling stories from underrepresented people, and her new book, "Betrayal."
This week, friend of the show Whitney Johnson is back to discuss the change that happens when people believe in you, learning about the S curve in life and career changes, and her new book, "Smart Growth: How to Grow People to Grow Your Company."
This week, we sit down with Jacques-Philippe Piverger to discuss how he got his start, why there are disparities for women investment businesses, and the importance of community in running a business. For more context on Kristy and Maricella's discussion, visit here: https://abcn.ws/353jPSx. Interested in OzoneX? Visit http://www.ozonex.vc/experts …
This week, we sit down with Sandra Sucher to discuss defining trust in companies, vulnerability in leadership, and being a professor at Harvard Business School.
This week, we sit down with Ruchika Tulshyan to discuss elevating women with equal pay and telling their stories, creating an inclusive workplace and trusting your employees, and her book "Inclusion on Purpose." For more context on Kristy and Maricella's conversation, visit here.
This week, we sit down with Audrey Hametner to discuss the gender pay gap, having courageous conversations with partners, and a parent's job in setting an example for the future. For context on Kristy and Maricella's conversation, you can read this article: https://womensenews.org/2021/11/marvels-first-deaf-superhero-a-first-step-for-disabled-filmm…
This week, we sit down with Miriam Grobman to discuss the toll of too many meetings on managers and employees, how to optimize remote meetings, and how her career focus has changed in the last two years.
This week, we sit down with Kristen Shaughnessy to discuss her journey from reporting at small stations to NY1, misinformation and opinions in the media, and NDAs and ageism in the workplace. For more context on Kristy and Maricella's discussion, you can read this Forbes article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/amyschoenberger/2022/01/03/women-led-bus…
Description: This week, we sit down with Scout Sobel to discuss her book, The Emotional Entrepreneur, how depression helped her find entrepreneurship, and the pressure of purpose. For more context on Kristy and Maricella's conversation, read this NPR article: https://www.npr.org/2021/11/15/1055870011/harvard-crimson-first-latina-president-coronell-…
This week, we sit down with June Sugiyama and Meena Palaniappan to discuss empowering women and girls through technology, being a changemaker in our community, and shifting and responding to the needs of users in tech, especially during the time of climate change. For more context on Kristy and Maricella's discussion, you can read this Fortune arti…
This week, we sit down with Mridu Parikh to discuss recognizing when you're overwhelmed, reminding yourself what's important, and setting boundaries 101. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepod.com!
This week, we sit down with Radha Agrawal to discuss her book, "Belong: Find Your People, Create Community & Live a More Connected Life," re-imagining the nightlife experience in a safe space, and how women tend to do all the research when starting a business instead of taking chances. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatep…
This week, we sit down with Annie Franceschi to discuss her new book, Establish Yourself, dealing with job shifts during the pandemic, and taking space for yourself. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepod.com!
This week, we sit down with Karen Lee to discuss mental health, job training services, and how the penal system affects everyone's trajectory. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepod.com!
This week, we sit down with Saleema Vellani, author of "Innovation Starts With I," to discuss the roots of innovation, the definition of success, and learning about yourself through active introspection. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepod.com!
This week, we sit down with Simon Mainwaring to discuss his book, "Lead With We: The Business Revolution That Will Save Our Future", investing in companies making a change, and how the pandemic changed perspectives about climate change, supply chains, consumerism, and business ethics. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepo…
This week, we sit down with Crystal R. Emery to discuss the importance of representation, changing the narrative, and advocating for yourself as a Black woman, especially in the health industry. Please help us out by filling out our brief survey at ellevatepod.com!
This week, we sit down with Katharine Nielson to discuss removing English as a barrier for immigrants, creating access to digital literacy, and starting a company in a virtual space.
This week, we sit down with Avil Beckford to discuss networking as an introvert, what it means to respect women in the workplace, and reading with purpose.
This week, we sit down with Tanya Dalton to discuss finding passion and potential in your job, why words matter, and her new book, "On Purpose: The Busy Woman's Guide to an Extraordinary Life of Meaning and Success."
This week, we sit down with Anne Huntington Sharma of Huntington Learning Center to discuss finding purpose and passion in work, education during the pandemic, and communicating with your team.
This week, we sit down with Ximena Vengoechea to discuss how she got her start in tech, the different modes of listening, and tips for holding better conversations. Tune in for a deep dive into how you can listen with intention!
In honor of Working Caregivers Month, we sit down with Heather Ainsworth of AARP to discuss how she got her start, how to navigate caregiving right now, and why leadership needs to evolve with the times. We also chat about how to avoid burnout, so be sure to tune in!
Join us for a replay of our Mobilize Women closing session, Creating a Racially Reconciled Future! Tune in for an open and critical discussion of the actions, acceptance, and awakening the human race needs for a racially equalized future.
Join us as we replay our Story Cooking Class from Mobilize Women Week, where Grace Young discusses the work that she’s been doing to support and preserve Manhattan’s Chinatown and how we can help.
Join us for a flashback to our Mobilize Women Week "Self Defense Class and Conversation!" Get ready for a discussion of the power we can harness over our bodies, the power of our collective communities, and the power of organizing a movement.
We're back with another Mobilize Women Week replay - this time, it's "Power Dynamics and Equity!" With great power comes great responsibility - and those with power should be accountable. Tune in to hear more!
It's another Mobilize Women flashback this week, as we replay our "Innovation in the Time of Crisis" panel. What are the new ideas that are being developed and how have companies pivoted to try and reach the next frontier, all while facing a world that is completely different? Find out!
This week, we're spotlighting our Mobilize Women Week session "Building Psychological Safety and Belonging," in which we discuss how we can build workplaces where people feel like they belong, are not afraid to make mistakes, and can show up authentically to voice their opinions.
This week, we sit down with Kay Fabella to discuss how managers can be better at DEI, being seen as a marginalized person in the workplace, and what it means to be human and isolated during a pandemic.
We’re coming back and we want this new world to not just be good, but be better than what we could have imagined. What will it take to turn around? Find out in this week's podcast, a replay of our Mobilize Women Week session "The Great Comeback!"
This week, we sit down with P.volve's Julie Cartwright to discuss how she got her start, getting emotional at work, and the surprises of working for a startup. We also chat about learning how to learn and the power of movement, especially during a pandemic.
This week, we chat with Rachel Rodgers, CEO of Hello Seven, about the many layers of entrepreneurship. We also discuss pay discrepancies based on race and gender, paying off debt, and looking at work disruption as opportunity. Be sure to check out her book, "We Should All Be Millionaires!"
We've got a special treat for you this week, as we replay our Mobilize Women Week kickoff session, all about Dismantling Social Constructs! Get ready for honest, open conversations about gender roles, racial labels, beauty standards, and so much more!
This week, we sit down with Devin Hibbard to discuss how she started Street Business School, building confidence, and the women who inspired her to get involved with helping other women start their businesses.
This week, we sit down with Dr. Hilary Link to discuss being the first female president of Allegheny College, the importance of trying something new in your career, and making tough decisions. We also chat about leading during a crisis and how you can leave a legacy behind.
This week, we sit down with Kate Glantz of Luma Legacy to discuss what motivates her, the positives of failure, and the meaning of social impact. We also discuss how to measure success and make purpose your throughline.
This week, we sit down with Rebecca Weaver to discuss the "double bind" of HR, the #MeToo movement in the workplace, and how we can support employees post-pandemic. We also chat about being intentional about intersectionality and trusting your gut when you've been harassed or discriminated agains
This week, we sit down with Patricia Roberts to discuss when to get personal with your coworkers, the differences between saving for a child's college and saving for retirement, and her book, "Route 529: A Parent's Guide to Saving for College and Career Training with 529 Plans." Whatever you're saving up for, this is one episode you won't want to m…