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Coffee Break w/ NYWICI is a career-oriented podcast featuring casual conversations with compelling women who work within the communications industry. Host and career expert Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich chats with successful, passionate women in various roles at different stages in their careers. During these conversations, Julie asks guests to share thoughts and experiences on universal career topics, such as mastering the job interview, managing up, workplace fashion, personal finances, entrep ...
 
Podcasts designed to provide real world insight and context from leaders and experts in the nonprofit community. Our mission is to bring nonprofit professionals and organizations together. Through OK Radio's interviews, we not only provide valuable information on everything from career matters to sector trends, but also learn some fun facts about the thought leaders that are featured. Enjoy the show!
 
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Jackie Fields has a dream job. As the senior style and beauty editor at People magazine, she gets to interview celebs, attend big events (such as the launch of Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty), and get the inside scoop on all the latest trends. Naturally, we were thrilled to have her on the podcast! After sharing her passion for ice coffee all year round, J…
 
Necessity is the mother of invention — this certainly holds true for Kelsey Carroll, Founder of Stand Up Stations. Kelsey joins the show to discuss how her business launched during COVID-19 and how they've evolved their company over time.By W2O
 
Colonoscopy Enthusiast & Colorectal Cancer Alliance Board Member, Brooks Bell, joins the show to share her colon cancer story. Plus, she discusses the importance of advocacy and ways we can all prevent, detect, and treat the third most common type of cancer.By W2O
 
Being digital and being data-driven are often conflated as the same, but they're not. This week's guest, Jon Iwata, Executive Fellow at Yale School of Management & Former IBM SVP & Chief Brand Officer, distinguishes between them. He also highlights the value both digital and data bring to the table and reaffirms the importance of the golden rule.…
 
Happy Thanksgiving eve! Aaron Strout, Host of What2Know & CMO of W2O, reflects on the topics, guests, and intentions of this year's episodes with the content producer of the podcast, Maya Ollie. Plus, you’ll hear, which guest is at the top of his wish list.By W2O
 
Prioritizing mental health is important to your overall well-being, productivity, and happiness. Tiffany Shlain, Emmy-nominated Filmmaker, Author & Founder of The Webby Awards, shares the power of giving up screens one day a week.By W2O
 
Missed our Ladies Who Laugh event? We’ve got you covered. The hilarious annual event may have gone virtual this year, but emcee Nicky Sunshine and comedians Jackie Fabulous, Negin Farsad, and Liz Simons still had us cracking up in our living rooms with jokes about quarantine self-care, growing up in the ‘90s, politics, and more. Plus, you’ll “meet”…
 
The importance of data and statistics in the healthcare industry cannot be overstated. Sara Hughes, SVP & Head of Biostatistics at GSK joins the show to discuss the role of data in health, and shares how leveraging statistics can create a healthier world.By W2O
 
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, Author, Health Economist & Advisor, rejoins the show and her message about health citizenship could not be timelier. She unpacks the 2020 Election, key trends, COVID-19, and what this all potentially means for healthcare.By W2O
 
Just in time for the upcoming presidential election, we spoke with Rachel Dry, the deputy politics editor for enterprise at The New York Times. In this fun conversation between two good friends, Rachel talks to Julie about the pandemic’s effect on political engagement, how booking guests for NPR made her a better journalist, and why this election w…
 
Eve Rodsky, NYT Best-Selling Author and Keynote Speaker, shares how changing society for the better starts in our homes. Learn practical ways that couples can play fair and create equity for one another, plus she shares her one wish for the world.By W2O
 
Earlier this week we announced starpower is a part of the W2O team! W2O Global President, Jennifer Gottlieb, chats with starpower Founders and Managing Partners, Matt Lalin and Jared Weiss, to discuss why we made our long-standing partnership official, the power of influencer marketing, and how we will continue to be first at what's next in healthc…
 
From working at non-profits to starting her own communications business, Timi Lewis has made a career out of helping others. Now the founder and principal of Lewis Media Company, she’s full of essential advice for entrepreneurs, which she shares in this episode of the podcast. Plus, tune in to hear her talk about working in public policy, serving o…
 
Daniella Koren, CEO and founder of Arches Technology, joins the show to share her experience as a past winner of the Astellas Oncology’s C3 Prize, her expertise as an entrepreneur and how others can apply for the C3 Prize before the application window closes on September 28, 2020. Daniella also discusses how Arches Technology developed MyCareCompas…
 
Redesigning conventional drug development to function efficiently during COVID-19 and other pandemics is essential. Professor Gareth Griffiths and Professor Saye Khoo explain how their platform, AGILE, is designed to do this necessary work.By W2O
 
Johnita Due is making the workplace more welcoming to everyone. As senior vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer at WarnerMedia News and Sports, she’s focused on building an organization where all employees can feel free to be their true selves. In episode 38 of the Coffee Break w/NYWICI podcast, Johnita chatted about how she got …
 
W2O’s Global Privacy Officer, Dan Linton, joins the show to discuss how our recent survey serves as a data privacy playbook for healthcare companies, how our findings were impacted by COVID-19, and what this research means for the healthcare industry as a whole.By W2O
 
Mary Stutts, SVP of Corporate Relations, Sumitovant BioPharma & Founder of The Center for Excellence in Life shares how we achieve health equity, why she founded The Center for Excellence in Life, and the importance of using your voice.By W2O
 
Frank Mazzola and Tom Richards, Co-Global Chief Creative Officers of 21GRAMS are this week's guests of What2Know. The two discuss Tom's recent appointment to the 21GRAMS’ team and the importance of bringing thoughtful creativity into healthcare.By W2O
 
Physicians treating patients from marginalized communities must practice cultural humility. Dr. Monica Gandhi, SF Co-Chair for the AIDS 2020 Conference, discusses this on our latest episode of What2Know. She also shares lessons from the HIV pandemic that apply to the COVID-19 pandemic, and she discusses this year's AIDS 2020 Conference.…
 
Health equity is at the forefront of the COVID-19 conversation. Cynthia Carey-Grant, Oakland Co-Chair for the AIDS 2020 Conference joins the show to discuss health disparities within marginalized communities. She also shares the parallels between HIV and the coronavirus and highlights what she's looking forward to during this year's virtual confere…
 
Sally Susman (executive vice president and chief corporate affairs officer at Pfizer) and Lisa Sherman (president and chief executive officer of the Ad Council) have been friends for more than three decades. They’ve sought each other’s professional advice countless times—and it’s made a huge difference in their careers. On episode 37 of Coffee Brea…
 
Jennifer Gottlieb, W2O Global President, and Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Board Member chats with Lynn O'Connor Vos, President & CEO of the MDA. The two discuss how the MDA has pivoted amid COVID-19 and how the MDA is transforming the lives of people with neuromuscular diseases.By W2O
 
Creating cultural competency within healthcare organizations is key for patients. Eloiza Domingo of Astellas Pharma US discusses the importance of cultural competency within the industry and unpacks how diversity and inclusion improves patient outcomes.By w2O
 
Are you thinking about starting a podcast? You won’t want to miss this episode! Recorded live at a New York University panel event, host Julie Hochheiser Ilkovich spoke with go-getter college students who have launched their own inspiring and informative podcasts: Kelly Drake (Theatre-in-the-Sound), Jordan Marley Powell and Anuka Sethi (WOC Makin’ …
 
Dr. Sir Michael Jacobs, Infectious Diseases Physician & Clinical Director of Infection at the Royal Free Hospital outlines what is being learned about COVID-19 and how these learnings impact treatment.By W2O
 
W2O recently acquired Symplur to strengthen and scale data for smarter healthcare decision making. Our own Adam Cossman, Audun Utengen, and Seth Duncan discuss what this looks like for our clients, how we've partnered to combat COVID-19 and the power of social data within the industry.By W2O
 
During COVID-19, it's essential for organizations to communicate effectively to their key stakeholders, particularly their employees. Ellen Gerstein, Head of Content & Employee Advocacy at Pfizer, and Managing Director of W2O, Wendy Carhart, discuss best practices for organizations to follow.By W2O
 
From the White House to the Oxygen network, Jeanine Liburd’s career path has led her to a variety of fascinating places. Jeanine—now the chief social impact and communications officer for BET Networks—prefers Earl Grey tea over coffee, but she’s still ready to spill all the details in this episode. She talks about her networking strategies, how she…
 
Dr. Angela Rasmussen, Associate Research Scientist at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, discusses misconceptions around the corona virus, the importance of investment in public health, and what we all can do about COVID 19.By W2O
 
We took a short break, but we’re back! This week, Rob Butcher, President & CEO of Swim Across America joins the show. He shares the importance of funding cancer research, discusses how his organization raises money to support research, plus he gives two solid book recommendations.By W2O
 
On this episode of the podcast, we're tackling a topic that's top of mind for so many women: how to pivot in your career. To really dig into this topic, we spoke with New York Women in Communications board members Georgia Galanoudis, Executive Vice President of Media at HIMSS, and Leslie Pitterson, Vice President of Communications, Global Media at …
 
Start the new year off right with can’t-miss advice from Ann Mack, director of business solutions, global business marketing at Facebook. In this episode, she talks about her early days working in journalism (starting at the very beginning with a paper route and later working as a crime reporter), making the big move to New York City for a job, tra…
 
Conducting clinical trials properly is essential for participation. Ken Getz, Deputy Director & Research Professor at Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development, discusses how to design clinical trials well and he shares how technology has changed the industry.By W2O
 
Nikole Hannah Jones, Investigative Reporter at The New York Times Magazine and Creator of The 1619 Project, discusses racial inequities within healthcare and shares her perspective on what it will take to reverse these biases.By W2O
 
Investing in medical devices involves a critical eye for innovation and a passion for making the world a healthier place. Dennis McWilliams of Santé Ventures and SparkMed Advisors dives into this, he predicts the future of healthcare, plus he gives his 6,200-page book recommendation.By W2O
 
For this special mini-episode of the podcast, we checked in with the five hilarious comedians who participated in NYWICI’s Ladies Who Laugh event: Katina Corrao, Samantha Ruddy, Maysoon Zayid, Alison Leiby, and Atheer Yacoub. This funny group of hard working women talked side hustles, work-life balance, and the importance of confidence, especially …
 
WSJ Women in the Workplace is an event that brings together business leaders to have a real conversation about how managers, executives and companies can be better at building inclusive workplaces. Brooke Bullen, Group Director of W2O, Abby Hayes, Managing Director of W2O and Jennifer Shaugnessy, Managing Director of W2O, share key learnings from t…
 
Ready to get to know the man behind the mic? Host of What2Know and W2O CMO, Aaron Strout is this week's guest. He chats with Lisa Kalfus, VP of Marketing at Wente, about all things marketing and about the mentors who have impacted him profoundly. Plus, he shares two stellar book recs.By W2O
 
Delaney Tarr, Lauren Hogg, Co-Founders of March For Our Lives, and Board Member, Ariel Hobbs join us this week. They chat about leveraging social media to create a movement, they open up about the challenges of activism, plus share some of their favorite albums.By W2O
 
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