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We’re bringing the old school into the new school. Inspired by Norman ‘Sailor Jerry’ Collins’ KTRG radio show Old Ironsides, we’ve created THE SAILOR JERRY PODCAST. The Sailor Jerry Podcast pays homage to all the things we love most, from tattooing and travel, to food, music and beyond. We’ve teamed up with long-time bud of Sailor Jerry and the Bronx frontman Matt Caughthran, to tell these stories our own damn way. Stay tuned to interviews with tattooers, mixologists, musicians and more folk ...
 
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Michelle Winzer is a truly brave feminine leader. She's open, down to earth, vulnerable, and always learning. Michelle has operated at the highest levels of corporate life as CEO of Bank of Melbourne, holding executive roles in retail banking, business banking, call centres and operations at Bankwest, the Commonwealth Bank and Westpac. After 30 yea…
 
Peggy O’Neal is Chancellor for RMIT and appointed Chair for the Commonwealth Games Victoria 2026 Organising Committee. In 2021, she was named Melburnian of the Year and in 2019 made an officer of the Order of Australia for her service to Australian rules, football, financial services, law, and women in leadership. Peggy was also the President of th…
 
Tony Esposito is the guitarist and Lead singer of the Louisville rock group "White Reaper". In this episode we get the inside scoop on the bands brand new album "Asking for a ride". We also look back on Tony's musical journey, the bands punk rock roots, the influential madness of Jay Reatard, touring with Pearl Jam, mainstream success, and so much …
 
Missing out on her dream role gave Sally Haydon the space to really find her voice. Her passion for customers and people has led her to a global career in Australia, the UK, India, the Philippines, and Dubai. Sally is the Senior Executive at ahm health insurance, previously the Vice President for digital experience and transformation for du; and an…
 
Juggy Sihota-Chahil is Vice President of Consumer Health for TELUS, one of Canada’s largest Telecommunications companies. She was listed as one of Vancouver Magazine's Power 50 in 2019 and 2022, received the 2021 Influential Women in Business award from BIV and listed in the Top 100 for Women’s Executive Network WXN 2021 Canada's Most Powerful Wome…
 
Brian Fallon is ready to rock again! In this first episode of 2023, we catch up with the New Jersey legend just days before he and his bandmates in "The Gaslight Anthem" are set to record their highly anticipated 6th studio album. Matt and Brian dive into the new material's sonic vibe and lyrical direction, as well as the band's songwriting and rec…
 
David Thodey is one of Australia's most respected and influential leaders. He was part of the original eight male CEOs asked to be on the then titled Male Champions of Change. David is the Chairman of CSIRO, Tyro and Xero and is a non-executive board director of Ramsay Health Care, a global hospital group and prior to this was a successful CEO for …
 
Kathryn Fagg AO is without a doubt one of the most highly respected leaders in Australia today. Any wonder our initial conversation is still one of the most downloaded. Kathryn and I connected over so many different areas, but what I loved the most is her straightforward advice on how to help yourself. Join our Podcast Bite conversation now.…
 
Finn Mckenty is the voice of the people! As we wrap up 2022 with this episode, we look back at the year in music with one of the alternative cultures' best commentators. We also set our sights on 2023 and do our best to predict what records and artists will likely have a big year! - As always, brought to you by Sailor Jerry. Finn's channels! https:…
 
Kate Mason, Ph.D., is a storytelling debate champion who elevates women’s’ communication through her coaching program so they can lead with impact and authority. I had a fabulous conversation with Kate. What I loved the most was how Kate deals with her inner voice when it flags doubt or concern. Kate has spent her career running communications func…
 
I loved my conversation with Professor Laura Kray. Laura is an expert on the role of gender stereotypes and mindsets about gender on workplace behaviour, including negotiations, leadership, and ethical decision making. In 2008 she founded the Women’s Executive Leadership program of Berkeley Executive Education – and as an Alumni, I highly recommend…
 
Nick Ghanbarian is down for life! In this episode, we catch up with the Bayside bass master to get the inside scoop on the band as they march into 2023. We also look back on Nick's musical journey and discuss the ever-changing creative landscape of the working-class musician. As always - brought to you by Sailor Jerry! Socials https://www.instagram…
 
Rani Puranik has used her upbringing in two countries, India and the United States, to lead her path to success. Rani shares that she spent so long trying to fit into both worlds, until she realised that the deep questioning of herself ended up being one of her greatest blessings. Join Rani and I as we discuss what led to her finding her voice at 3…
 
Sathya Gnanakaran fell into Immigration law, but five years ago started questioning her purpose and asking what she was truly passionate about. A chance introduction opened her eyes. Join Sathya and I as we discuss the video she watched that changed everything. The video where she fell in love and knew where she needed to be. Intentional career mov…
 
Debbi Snax is 100% good energy. In this episode, we catch up with the Atlanta native to discuss how life, art, and tattooing go down in the ATL. From Debbi’s early artistic influences, to (mostly) partying her way through college, and her unlikely path to a career in tattooing. Debbi’s love for her friends, family, and community is her biggest infl…
 
Burnout, juggling a demanding career as a single mother, weaving in and out of Senior Executive Roles and the Philanthropic sector. Kristi Mansfield is on a mission to bridge the data divide, to enable policy change and open up seats at the table for people normally excluded. Join Kristi and I as we discuss our ‘mother of the year moments’, self-ca…
 
Catherine Fox is an innate Optimist who thinks we can change. In her own words she is at a stage in life where she can say and do things that women in mid-career can’t. She makes no bones that we are far from an equal playing field. Join Catherine and I as we discuss the why that drives her, the hypocrisy that drives women into the ground, tokenism…
 
Jason Murff is a US Army veteran and CEO of "Grill Your Ass Off." In this extended Veterans Day episode, we look back at Jason's military career and transition to civilian grill master. Plus, we go behind the scenes of the greatest BBQ sauce collaboration in decades, GYAO and Sailor Jerry's own "Ironsides" BBQ sauce. Available now, with 100% of the…
 
Sometimes it is as easy as making the decision. Peter Tonagh shares a story of a startup CEO who opted to keep roles vacant until he found the right female to keep their team balanced. This was just the beginning. Join Peter and I as we discuss dreams of being a fighter pilot, his five basic leadership principles, the challenge of providing tough f…
 
Cheryl Hayman and I have a fabulous conversation about women getting younger as we age, about the joy of Board roles continuing to provide opportunities to stretch and learn, and how to say YES and work out how later. Chery has a diverse portfolio career and is a non-executive director on several listed Australian Boards (Ai Media Technologies, Bes…
 
Patrick Kindlon is the always entertaining and outspoken frontman of the band "Drug Church." In this freestyle touring episode, Matt and Patrick check in from the road with hilarious updates and polarizing opinions from the frontlines of the music industry. We also dig into Patrick's "day job" as a comic book writer and creator. As well as his poet…
 
One of the hallmarks of the leaders I spend time with, leaders who are driving real change, is incredible generosity. Liz Broderick stands out. Liz puts herself at considerable risk as a Special Rapporteur and Independent Expert of the United Nations Working Group on Discrimination against Women and Girls. Together we discuss that courage is a musc…
 
Mark McGinley was nominated as a CEO Magazine ‘CEO of the year’ 2021. He will humbly tell you he didn’t win. Join Mark and I as we discuss how he delivered game changing results by elevating female leaders in his business. For him it was simply the fair and smart thing to do. Mark grew up in Belfast where everyone he knew had small businesses. It w…
 
Johnny Christ is the renegade bass player for modern-day rock Gods “Avenged Sevenfold.” He is also the host of the “Drinks with Johnny” podcast. In this action-packed episode, Matt and Johnny look back on their first-ever tour together, the meteoric rise of A7X, rock ‘n’ roll madness, Johnny’s love for podcasting, and the highly anticipated new Ave…
 
Div Pillay is an inspirational leader. Growing up under apartheid she watched her adventurous parents navigate barriers and limitations and at six months pregnant when she migrated to “the lucky country” she found out that the Australia people see from afar is not as lucky as she imagined. Together we discuss building a life led by social impact, b…
 
Look really hard, I am still convinced you won’t find someone as genuinely supportive of women everywhere as Jules. She is a connector. A supporter. She gets on with it and makes things happen. Her mission is to make women more visible.Jules Brookes is the founder of Handle Your Own PR and the founder of the She’s The Boss community that has grown …
 
Lauren Winzer might be your new favorite tattoo artist. In this episode, we catch up with the almighty Australian to discuss the secrets of her success. Whether she’s high-profile tattooing clients like Post Malone and Miley Cyrus or no-profile clients like me and you, Lauren does it all with style, grace, and a smile on her face!- as always, broug…
 
For the past nine years, Kris Grant has been leading ASPL Group as CEO, overseeing its management consulting, training and recruitment divisions to deliver major transformational projects, strategic leadership training, and personnel resourcing to improve business functions and increase productivity across Australia’s public and private sectors. A …
 
Together Bob Rae and I discuss the lessons he absorbed from his mother as the corporate executive - painting an exciting vision far from his coal mining hometown. The hard work and customer ethics from his entrepreneurial father and the benefit of his psychology degree in understanding and leading people. Bob moved often to chase growth and stretch…
 
Tim McIlrath is the lead singer of Chicago punk rock heroes Rise Against. In this Windy City episode, we take a look back at Tim’s evolution as a singer and songwriter and the band's incredible breakthrough into mainstream success. Matt and Tim also dive deep into Chicago's diverse music scene, the band's recent headline-grabbing trip to Alaska, si…
 
Self-awareness and asking for feedback is critical for any leader. So is listening and changing. Join Michelle Winzer and I as we discuss how she let go of perfectionism, viewed her “selfish” decision to undertake an MBA as the best investment she ever made and her way of tackling the inner critic who sits on her shoulder. Michelle is a truly brave…
 
The advice of a good friend is something we all need to hear sometimes. Luckily for Richmond Football Club, Peggy O'Neal listened and stepped fully into the role of President.Join Peggy and I as we discuss the critical role sport plays in lifting respect for women, gut feel, being perceived as “too soft”, deep community engagement and stepping away…
 
In this outrageous episode, we look back at Riki’s indisputable life as a Rock ’n’ Roll ambassador. From his early days as a crazed punk rocker to the non-stop debauchery of the sunset strip and LA’s infamous “Cathouse.” Riki also helped usher in a new kind of cool by becoming the first heavily tattooed TV personality on MTV’s legendary “Headbanger…
 
Join Christina Ryan and I as we pull the threads of her extraordinary career and discuss how the focus on gender is impacting women with disability, how our natural leadership qualities get damaged, burn-out and how to drive change based on the 3 incredible things she learned from her mentors. Christina has been an active leader in the Australian d…
 
Join Jo and I as we discuss what she believes is the greatest unlocker to an exciting life and happiness, why starting out with no network is ok, the leadership book she reads every year and why an incredible female leader was the drawcard for her to choose L’Oreal to start her career. Jo Horgan, MECCA Brands Founder and Co-CEO opened her first Mec…
 
Adam Wallacavage is a rare breed. In this episode, we catch up with the punk rock chandelier Guru and look back at his unique road to self-made success, from photographing the iconic 90’s Skate scene, going into business with an octopus, and turning his legendary Philadelphia home into a fun house. Adam is the definition of a life less ordinary. As…
 
Supporting gender diversity is the fair thing to do. Join Peter and I as we discuss his leadership lessons, his reflections on the mistakes he made, his decision to share financial success across the whole organisation. He has dealt with some serious business issues in his time in the Insurance industry which isolated him from his senior leadership…
 
Diane Smith Gander has had a varied 40 year business career in banking and consulting and is a non-executive director. She is currently Chair of ZipCo and DDH1, Chair elect of HBF Health and is a non-executive director of AGL Energy. Diane is a keen advocate for gender equity and is a past president of Chief Executive Women. In her own words she sh…
 
One curious question led to a worldwide journey to meet every living female president and prime minister. It then led to the creation in 1996 of the Council of Women World Leaders. Laura is the Secretary General of the Council and a Former Managing Director & Senior Advisor, Goldman Sachs & Co. She is Laura is the author of four books: The Loudest …
 
Born in a Kenyan refugee camp and moving to Australia at the age of 10, Anyier is the founder and CEO of Miss Sahara, celebrating the diversity of Women of African heritage in Australia. Anyier is a passionate advocate for women and girls rights, refugee and gender equality, the potential of sport, youth participation and improving the representati…
 
Frank Turner has a guitar and will most definitely travel. In this special touring edition of the podcast, we catch up with the English folk punk rocker as he and his bandmates wrap up their triumphant “50 states in 50 days” American tour. What states were the best? What states were the worst? The answers might surprise you! Plus, Matt and Frank go…
 
Elle Roseby is the Managing Director of Country Road. Named the most influential retailer in Ragtrader’s Power 30, she is regarded as an authority in strategic brand development and retail management.Over 30 years, Elle has risen through the ranks of some of Australia’s most respected retailers, including Myer, Sportsgirl and Supré, her tenures at …
 
I am glad I met Alister Dias, Vice-President, Google Cloud Australia and New Zealand. Alister shares his own story for the first time in this conversation. It is not the story of typical privilege we hear from so many leaders who dominate our corporate landscape. It is a story of perseverance and optimism, a story of racism, loss and hard work. Mak…
 
Dave Kruseman has got that PMA! In this uplifting episode, we catch up with the former Ink Master winner to discuss his one-of-a-kind journey as a tattooer, from a wild teenage skateboarder in Oceanside to risking it all tattooing on television and steering the ship @oldlinetattoo in Maryland. Daves's positive outlook and love for traditional tatto…
 
Ana Marinkovic is privileged to lead Australia’s largest Small Business Bank and look after the needs of 500,000 businesses nationally. She is a lifelong learner, global citizen and passionate advocate for diversity, inclusion and equality of opportunity and has been volunteering and mentoring women from disadvantaged backgrounds for over a decade.…
 
Tables are turned. I’m in the hot seat.In this episode, you will hear my very own story of transformation. The journey from being a CEO leading teams of 5,000 through my breast cancer diagnosis and slowly out the other side with a picture of what I didn’t want to do and no idea of what I actually wanted to do. Penny Locaso, in her Podcast Hacking H…
 
Matty Matheson is on a roll! In this epic episode, we catch up with the much-loved culinary crusader for a massive rundown of everything on his plate, from acting and consulting on the brand new FX series “The Bear” to opening the incredible “Prime Seafood Palace” restaurant in the heart of Toronto, Canada. Matt and Matty also discuss the importanc…
 
With an innate sense of curiosity, Cookie loves to learn. She indulges herself in a continuous self-improvement learning cycle and even has her own Instagram page to share her latest recommendations in the self-development genre. Despite her passion, Cookie found herself ready for the next step but unsure of how to ask for it. Find out how she got …
 
Every podcast I ask incredible leaders the important question: What is Brave Feminine Leadership and what needs to change? In this episode, I have curated a real treat for you with over 20 replies from outstanding leaders including Ann Sherry, Rabia Siddique, Laura Berry, Lousie Adams, Natalie Charles, Sangeeta Venkatesan, Penny Locaso, Sarah Harde…
 
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