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Updated February 2020
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Journalist Linda Grasso hosts candid conversation with fascinating women about the things that matter most: happiness, health and purpose. SheSez is a master class for the modern woman. In her signature unabashed style, the well-known TV broadcaster showcases her seasoned interviewing skills, fueled by a keen sense of what women want to know. With thoughtful cadence and saucy humor, Linda peels back the layers on each guest, giving equal time to successes and failures. Interviewees come from ...
 
Connexis Service Careers is owned and operated by medical recruiters at Connexis Search Group. We created the company to help candidates improve their chances of securing the jobs they desire. Our firm places over 150 candidates per year giving us insight into the entire hiring process; from resume submission to offer. Over the last two decades, we continually encounter the same issues that prevent candidates from moving forward in the interview process. The most prevalent problem is ineffec ...
 
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On the eve of her 70th birthday, Linda talks with the still saucy actress Cybill Shepherd about her dramatic life—from experiencing overnight fame after acting in The Last Picture Show to dating and breaking up with Elvis to making her comeback with the TV show Moonlighting with co-star Bruce Willis. The 3-time Golden Globe winner also discusses he…
 
Sherly Soleiman, a board certified physician and injectables expert who Allergan (makers of Botox) hires to teach others how to use their products, explains to Linda how to get natural results. Topics covered: avoiding the angry eyebrow with Botox (and other muscle relaxers) and how to prevent that bulbous, overly-inflated look with fillers. Also c…
 
Anita Sands traces her journey from a small town on the east coast of Ireland all the way to Silicon Valley where she is a highly-respected global technology and business leader and advocate for the advancement of women. When it comes to career, Anita is a master of the pivot. She has gone from physics into public policy, from academia into financi…
 
Whether it is brought on by menopause or you simply experience chronic dryness, progressive OB GYN Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz shares some state-of-the-art ways to eliminate pain during sex. Plus, even if you've had breast cancer or you have a history of it in your family, why topical estrogen should be considered. For info on Dr. Gilberg-Lenz's menopause…
 
Liz Pryor, author of the female friendship book What Did I Do Wrong? and the former advice guru for Good Morning America answers listener questions in this Just Tell Me What To Do segment on girl drama. What do you do when your daughter doesn't want to be friends with a girl anymore, but you have a relationship with the mom? How to teach your child…
 
Consumed by fear of aging and not mattering anymore? Meet Wendy Euler, who is on a mission to show us that middle age—and even later— can be the prime of life. While most people shy away from change as they get older, Wendy faced it head on. In her 40s she left an unhappy marriage, married her dream man and, after tiring of life in the big city, mo…
 
Sarah Lee and Christine Chang, the founders of Glow Recipe Skincare, school us on the red hot Korean a.k.a. K-Beauty industry—explaining everything from its reliance on unusual and pure ingredients (snail secretions, anyone?) to its playful packaging. They also share how they came up with the cult-favorite, Watermelon Sleeping Mask which has sold o…
 
Pivoting from full-time motherhood to employment can be daunting In this episode Kelley Biskupiak & Susan Rietano Davey, co-founders of the on-line professional coaching platform, Prepare to Launch U, share with Linda tips & strategies for moms interested in returning to the work force. Topics touched on: how to reclaim your professional confidence…
 
Stage 4 Triple-Negative Breast Cancer survivor Jenn Greenhut had just had her yearly mammogram when she discovered the lump under her arm. In this episode, Jenn speaks out about the importance of ultrasounds—particularly for women with dense breasts—and she shares the story of how doing essentially a 360-degree change in mindset got her through the…
 
For SheSez’s 100th episode, the tables turn as host Linda Grasso gets interviewed by Emmy Award winning TV broadcaster Diane Dwyer about what she has learned from some of the most accomplished women in the world about finding happiness, fulfillment and purpose. Linda also shares some of the surprises she’s experienced over the past two years i.e. m…
 
A yearly mammogram and monthly self-examinations aren’t enough anymore when it comes to preventing breast cancer. According to surgeon Kristi Funk (who treated Angelina Jolie and Sheryl Crowe) there is a lot more we women can and should do—including getting ultrasounds. To commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re re-broadcasting Linda’s int…
 
When TV contributor/host Kym Douglas got diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer, her management team in Los Angeles advised her to get a good wig and keep it quiet. They felt it didn’t “fit her brand” which was doing fun, comedic beauty segments on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and on the Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family show. In this episode, Kym shares …
 
Connecting with a loved one with Alzheimer's Disease, as well as other dementias, can be a challenge—and a heartbreak. In this episode, comedian and author Dani Klein Modisett shares the story of how she learned to reach her mother while visiting her at an assisted living facility. After a spell of silent, sad visits, Dani stumbled across an idea, …
 
Protecting our girls from self-deflating social and mainstream media messages is a challenge—and one that Michelle Cove is facing head- on. She is the founder and executive director of MEDIAGIRLS—a nonprofit organization aimed at teaching middle-school girls to take a critical look at the images they’re being barraged with and how to self-protect. …
 
Ellen K's story is one of patience, perseverance and pay off, set amidst the male host-dominated radio industry. After being a sidekick for 24 years on two popular radio shows —the first with Rick Dees and the second with Ryan Seacrest — Ellen K finally got her due. In 2015 she became host of her own gig: the Ellen K Morning Show on KOST 103.5. It …
 
Functional medicine is providing relief for some people with chronic illnesses. With this alternative approach, physicians look at the patient as a whole, taking in factors like diet and stress, in an attempt to find the root causes of disease. In this episode, Linda talks with Dr. Karima Hirani who switched from practicing conventional to function…
 
Looking at Kanchan Koya today cooking on her blog Spice Spice Baby, it is hard to imagine her as a Harvard Medical School-educated molecular biologist. But indeed 7 years ago she was working in the bio-tech industry. Increasingly dissatisfied with each passing year, she finally made a hard right turn—focusing on her love of Indian food and spices a…
 
Sex in a long-term relationship can be a challenge. Even if you truly adore your partner, how do you keep it alive and healthy after that initial spark fades? Why is sex so important? What do you do when your partner starts initiating sex by taking a Viagra (and forgets that you, too, are part of the equation)? In this show, Linda asks those questi…
 
Menstruation is a shameful experience for girls in many parts of the world. When Oakwood School high school English teacher Melissa Berton and her students discovered (through a program called Girls Learn International) that girls in some villages in India have to miss school when they have their periods, they set out to do something about it. They…
 
Many early-stage diagnostic companies fail because they have an ineffective reimbursement strategy. These companies develop a great test but are not aware of how to maximize reimbursement with private and government payors. During this podcast, you will learn from an expert in managed care industry on how to avoid making costly mistakes that could …
 
Marketing/branding executive Katie Klencheski shares with Linda how she re-focused her company, the Brooklyn-based Smakk Studios, to concentrate on clients with brands that aligned with her core values of helping people and the planet. The impetus was an upsetting meeting during which a potential client was disrespectful to his employees during whi…
 
A deep dive into the topic of failure—the shameful way it makes us feel and how it (or fear of it) can present a roadblock to achieving and living full, satisfying lives. Our guests are Melissa Brohner Schneider and Sara Singer Schiff, hosts of the podcast The Other F Word. The two share what they've learned from interviewing guests like Sharon Sto…
 
With the release of the Elton John musical Rocketman, we hear from Anett Murray, wife of Elton John bass player Dee Murray. Dee played with the band during the most prolific period of Elton’s career—the 1970s—during which there were 15 Top-10 hits and 6 number one records. Anett shares what it was like in the early days as the only woman traveling …
 
Leah Yari and Mary Lennon share the story of how Mary's frustration at not being able to have her daughter's birthday party at a nail salon (that seemed healthy enough to host a bunch of kids) morphed into—not just an uber healthy salon—but an entire line of nail polish that is formaldehyde, toxin and gluten-free and vegan. The duo's company Côte n…
 
With her company Barney Butter, Dawn Kelley has developed a unique way of making almond butter that avoids bitterness and that nasty, pasty texture so many products on the market have. Barney Butter also offers a no added salt or sugar version, making it one of the healthiest almond butters on the market. On the show Linda and Dawn discuss the heal…
 
Let’s face it: being a mother can be one of the most joyous things in life but also one of the most challenging. In this episode: Just Tell Me What to Do—the SheSez segment that zeros in on the complex situations that keep us up at night—with therapist and parenting coach Erin Taylor. Erin tackles listener emails on three scenarios: how to have the…
 
There’s nothing worse than feeling like you’ve got a great idea, sitting on it, and then seeing someone else doing it—successfully. That’s exactly what happened to Kim Malek back in 2010. The marketing executive had been going back and forth on her idea of creating an artisan ice cream shop for years. Then boom! She opened the New York Times and re…
 
With her website Truth in Aging, Marta Wohrle has spent the past ten years investigating what products really work to restore collagen, lessen lines and improve complexion. Favoring state-of-the-art, little known companies (and avoiding high-end department store brands with fancy packaging), Marta sources products, sends them to her team of testers…
 
When fitness enthusiast Maya French discovered she was lactose intolerant at the age of 23, it was a downer. She was constantly frustrated at not being able to find a tasty, dairy-free, low sugar, post work-out protein drink. So...she created one. In this episode we share the amazing story of how the 28-year-old year old co-founded Koia, a protein-…
 
On this episode we talk hormones and sex—specifically how to have better sex. LA-based, integrative OB-GYN Dr. Suzanne Gilberg Lenz shares the latest information about the use of bioidenticals to treat hormone imbalances and three new out-patient procedures aimed at rejuvenating and restoring elasticity to the vagina. Plus: the use of CBD oil for e…
 
Aishwarya Iyer shares her journey from the tech start-up world of New York City to the scenic olive mills in California to found the artisanal olive oil company Brightland. With zero experience in the food industry, launching an olive oil company was nothing the 32-year-old ever could have predicted. A few years ago she decided to begin cooking din…
 
Forget about putting all your focus on getting your child into a good college. Yeah, you heard us right —you can lighten up on all the tutors, batting coaches, AP classes and STEM projects. If you really want your kid to be successful in life teach them manners. So says, etiquette expert Lisa Gache (Beverly Hills Manners: Golden Rules from the Worl…
 
Forget about lingerie and matching sets with piping. What about comfortable, stylish sleepwear with premium fabric? Isn’t that what most women really want in bed? Up until four years ago, it hardly existed. 34-year-old Ashley Merrill shares with Linda how she changed that by kicking off Lunya. The mom of two also talks about how having a partner wh…
 
Alison Marie Ragusa is making waves in the beauty industry. In 2018, she and her partner – her sister Katherine – developed a skincare line with the cannabis extract, CBD. Under the label Lab to Beauty, the line has become the first cannabis-based beauty brand to enter the high-end, luxury market—in this case—the department store, Barney’s. Alison …
 
The debut of Just Tell Me What To Do—a new, when-we-feel-like-it SheSez segment that gives listeners a chance to ask an expert how to handle a perplexing, complicated, worrisome situation—of any kind. This week advice guru, Family Circle magazine columnist, author (Look at You Now) and former SheSez guest Liz Pryor addresses two hairy situations: w…
 
Kara Goldin shares the story of how shifting her beverage of choice from Diet Coke to water flavored with fresh fruit dramatically improved her health, leading her to found Hint, Inc. She also covers how she launched the company while pregnant with her third child, what its like working alongside her husband who is Hint’s COO, and why its important…
 
In this episode Linda chats with Amanda Klane, co-founder of the world’s first frozen Greek yogurt bar. Looking for a healthy frozen dessert, she came up with the idea at the age of just 23 and and shared it with her good friend, Drew Harrington, who ultimately became her partner in Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt. Amanda shares how their idea for a froz…
 
Rachel Steinman grew up in a family riddled with mental illness. She remembers as a girl always being embarrassed and somewhat exasperated trying to explain it to others. When she was 16 her grandfather leapt to his death at his high-rise condo—and she never fully understood why. It haunted her and she wanted to get inside his mind. She did years l…
 
For 20 years, Amanda Jones enjoyed a successful career as a travel writer. Based out of San Francisco, she was also a mom to two daughters and like any mom, cautioned her kids about staying away from drugs. Then a good friend got cancer and she started using marijuana to cope with the side effects of treatment. The woman constantly grappled with "r…
 
Dina Kaplan, as founder of The Path, teaches meditation to groups and organizations across the globe. It’s a far cry from where she started out. In her early career, Dina was an award-winning TV news reporter and later she became something of an “it” girl in tech after co-founding the online video platform, Blip. Named one of Fortune Magazine’s Mos…
 
On today’s show we meet food entrepreneur Candace Nelson.In 2005, Candace founded the world’s first cupcakes only bakery— Sprinkles —which now has 24 locations nationwide. Sprinkles are the Tesla of cupcakes: artfully decorated and made with premium ingredients. With celebrity fans like Oprah and Blake Lively, Candace quickly became known as the Cu…
 
There are many successful red carpet stylists in Los Angeles, but Dana Asher Levine has a distinction. She is the town’s most sought after, influential power dresser. Dana styles the biggest behind-the-scenes names in showbiz – including producer Shonda Rhimes who has created TV shows like Scandal and Grey’s Anatomy. Dana’s path to the top was bump…
 
Hear the amazing story of how 27-year-old Adi Arezzini turned her mother’s organic tea garden into the Teami Blends empire. Adi shares with Linda how, after serving two years in the Israeli army, she returned to the U.S. in the shape of her life. But after eating the army's institutional, bland diet, she grappled with constipation and bloating. She…
 
When Kate Betts took over the top job at Harper’s Bazaar at 35, she had already earned a reputation as someone with guts. At her previous job at Vogue, she was known as one of the few who, while clashing with infamous, ice maiden Anna Wintour, could hold her own. At the time of taking over Harper’s Bazaar, Kate was the youngest editor ever to helm …
 
When Susan Feldman sold One Kings Lane to Bed, Bath & Beyond in 2016, she could have kicked back. Instead, she founded the on-line, platform Get in the Groove, which offers curated lifestyle articles and retail geared for the middle-aged woman. “I started hearing a lot from women that they were feeling invisible,” Susan shares. “So it’s important f…
 
Discover how to tap into your creative side—and experience profound personal growth. For most of us, being creative was something we did as a child. Whether painting or molding play dough, we were creative for the fun of it. But as we’ve gotten older, with jobs and kids, most of us have let our creative side go. Creativity Coach Robin Finn aims to …
 
While many designers gravitate towards trends, Rachel Pally stays true to the elegantly draped dresses, wide-leg pants and feminine tops that put her on the map some 15 years ago. Her line, which includes plus sizes and maternity, can be found at stores including Neiman Marcus and Pea in the Pod…. and at rachelpally.com. Rachel shares with Linda ho…
 
As a celebrity and as the head of Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow has access to a pretty much anything she wants when it comes to beauty products. So when the lifestyle guru recently posted a video of her short-list nighttime beauty regimen—which included slathering a $185 skin serum by Vintner’s Daughter on her face—women around the world took note. One of …
 
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