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Women in STEM Career & Confidence is the podcast for scientific and professional women who want to restore confidence, make meaningful impact and balance the things and people that mean most to them. Dr Hannah Roberts will be sharing with you insights and inspiration into the mindset and skillset to help you navigate your career and lead powerfully.
 
I’m an electrical engineer who enjoys listening to and sharing stories of ordinarily extraordinary women that work in STEM fields. The women featured on these episodes work in different STEM fields, are at different phases in their careers, and bring their unique perspectives and stories. I am endlessly fascinated by what these women do, how they have navigated their careers, balanced families, and why they made the career choices they did. Most STEM fields are dominated by men which makes f ...
 
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Wonder Media Network

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Thinking back to our history classes growing up, we had one question: Where the ladies at? Enter, Womanica. In just 5 minutes a day, learn about different incredible women from throughout history. On Wonder Media Network’s award-winning podcast, we’re telling the stories of women you may or may not know — but definitely should.
 
An entertaining and revealing podcast, highlighting some of the most badass minority women in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math(STEM) today. You are going to laugh, cry, shout, be inspired, and gain new knowledge from these amazing women. Hosted by award-winning STEM advocate, educator, strategist, mechanical engineer, and motivational speaker, Dr. Natoshia Anderson (Dr. Toshia), join us for an engaging, invigorating, motivational, and inspirational journey.
 
Women in STEM (science, technology, engineering & maths), listen up! Being a STEMinist means creating a wildly fulfilling career without compromising your family or social life. Learn how to take back control of your career progression, navigate gender equality issues and stop balancing work with life, and start enjoying it. When you love your whole life, you become a living example that a career in STEM is where it's at. I'm Tiffany Dawson and I'll be teaching you all the stuff no one else ...
 
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Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology

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Welcome to Best of the WWEST (Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology), where we believe providing role models for women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) can change the world. Come along with us as we talk to incredible women in STEM about their lives, careers, and everything in between.
 
SheCanCode’s ‘Spilling the T’ podcast offers conversations with top female voices in the tech sector, as we plunge into the latest topics that have captured our imagination recently. Learn about a range of tech disciplines and how to establish a career in them - from coding, AI, cyber, starting a business, career transitions and even diversity in space, we lay it out bare and Spill the T on everything you need to know.
 
A podcast highlighting Women in STEM, especially Women of Color. The STEM Lab Podcast is hosted by Dr. Sabrina Walthall a scientist/professor whose love for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) eventually led to a STEM career in academia. Dr. Walthall is an Associate Professor of Science, a Community Engagement Scientist and an advocate for women in STEM.
 
Hosted by Aarna Sahu, Aarna's News is a collection of stories from brilliant women themselves in the STEM industry--that is, Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and everything in between. Here, we dive deep into the women who've changed the workforce and inspire others to take on these fields as well. For more information, contact me: https://aarnasahu6.wixsite.com/aarnasahu
 
The Root of the Science Podcasts airs Monday biweekly. Hosted by Anne Chisa aka Anne with an E. This show has interviews with guests involved in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). #AfricansInSTEM across the globe are given the opportunity to tell their stories in their own voice about their research or projects. We find out why they are in the STEM field (the ROOT of their science) and have in-depth conversations about the individual away from the science. Bringing the ...
 
Our podcast, She's an Engineer, focuses on creating a community for women in engineering. We share our personal experiences and how we have overcome challenges as women studying and working in the engineering field. Our podcast episodes range from social topics from our college and post college years, interviews with other female engineers, and technical topics we have researched. We hope you join us!
 
An unfiltered conversation about the lived experiences of current and post grad men and women in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field. It’s a platform for students and early-career professionals to discuss their development as individuals, scientists, entreprenuers, and community leaders in order to help the next generation of leaders push our culture forward.
 
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Samantha Jones

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Women in STEM share the interesting work they do, but more so the path--however bumpy--that brought them to where they are today. STEMpod is hosted and produced by Sam Jones, PhD, alongside producer Rubén Rodríguez Pérez. Artwork is by Rachel Sibley.
 
Tech Intersect, hosted by attorney, law professor, keynote speaker and entrepreneur Tonya M. Evans, is an engaging, informative, and lively show that highlights new and notable voices to explore the intersections of technology, business, law, culture and the future of work, wealth and creativity. No law business or tech background is required. Just an intellectually curious mind and an eye focused on the future. Let's meet where law, business and tech intersect! #TechIntersect
 
Visceral Podcast combines clever interviews with an inspiring curiosity for women in STEM. The show seeks out guests with unique perspectives on new developments in science and technology and how they affect women and girls. Join our host Michelle Roseborough as she takes on interesting topics and engages with Africa’s most prominent women in STEM.
 
"Women Shifting Gears" is a weekly podcast that puts inspiring women from all corners of the automotive world in the left seat. Fasten your seatbelt as host Amanda Busick talks with women in motor racing, collector cars, national and international motoring events, publishing, rallies, and STEM education to hear what drives them to contribute their time and talent to the world of cars. Amanda moves our guests into the fast lane to explore her guest’s career insights, their mentors and influen ...
 
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Rosie at Latina In America

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Welcome to Latina In America podcast, your bilingual English and Spanish destination for all things Latina, about our diverse culture, professions, and passion to travel. I am Rosie. Our special guests will share their career journeys and will take you to amazing places around the world. On some bonus episodes, they will take you on those journeys in Spanish! So come on an join me, let's learn and travel 🔸️ Latina In America es tu podcast bilingüe en inglés y español para todas las cosas de ...
 
Season 1 is a virtual journey to Antarctica. For Season 2, Samantha Hodder joins the all-women’s leadership expedition to Antarctica, as Podcaster in Residence. The trip plan was to get all the way to the Rothera Research Station, part of the British Antarctic Survey, a place that’s so remote, it’s almost an illusion. But they had problem...they almost got stuck in the ice. To solve this problem, the women aboard this ship were asked to take a blind vote to determine what to do. They took ch ...
 
Engineering Change is the podcast designed to help REDEFINE engineering as we know it by: RE-imaging who we see as engineers and what we see as engineering, DE-siloing academic programs and problem solving, and FINE-tuning culture and climate using best practices for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) so people from all backgrounds and identities can succeed. It's about being just as intentional with JEDI as we are with solving any other problems in engineering; applying a care ...
 
A weekly podcast to help you navigate your Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematica careers with utmost confidence! A show where you’ll learn strategize, tools and advice from expert guests and your lovely host Prasha S Dutra about how to believe in your brilliance & conquer the world of male dominated careers. Learn how to live a well rounded life in STEM & beyond!
 
We're a couple of medicated young women in STEM ranting and bantering about a different topic each week! Things like feminism, student debt, marriage, celebrity/fame, social media, diet/nutrition, dating, mental health.. etc. Discussing articles within that topic (from the Atlantic to Buzzfeed), but also the latest research in the scientific community about that topic. A podcast for women, by women.. but men can come too!
 
WHAT IF? We all want to see women find success by following their passions. Well, what if you started your morning listening to a story about a woman that made education better for teenage girls? Or a story about a woman who made those dumb, boring stock photos more diverse so they included every kind of woman? What if you started every single morning listening to success stories of inspirational women? Four minutes with On The Dot was created by women, for women. We empower our gender by te ...
 
See It To Be It is an interview podcast hosted by the founder of On The Dot Woman, Melinda Garvey. On The Dot is a women's empowerment organization dedicated to uplifting and empowering women. In this interview series, we sit down with some of the most intriguing and inspiring female role models in the world today. Also check out our #WomenToWatch on our daily audio brief: Four Minutes with On The Dot.
 
21st Century Mermaids is a podcast dedicated to women and the ocean. Hosted by Danni Washington, each episode features a ‘mermaid’ who works in ocean science or marine conservation fields. By sharing the stories of these modern day mermaids around the world, this podcast promotes ocean literacy and empathy, while championing access, agency, and equity for women and their allies in ocean conservation, leadership, and STEM fields. 21st Century Mermaids is an official activity of the United Nat ...
 
Hop on board our tandem pod: It's Captain Alex and Jenni the Stoker! Join us as we navigate the wild and wonderful world of wheels. Comin atcha from London Bike Kitchen's DIY Bike Workshop, we're here to pull back the curtain on the industry and showcase a glorious smorgasbord of hidden cycling delights. Coz cycling's not just for roadies...or MAMILS...or Freds...plum smugglers...lycra louts..... ~ Work handles ~ London Bike Kitchen www.lbk.org.uk/ ~ Our personal handles ~ Alex Davis twitter ...
 
Women Ahead of Their Time Podcast aims to unravel the agile, spirited and forward-looking minds of Women in Science. This podcast is the brainchild of a Cambridge-based non-profit organization with the mission of amplifying the voices of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) (http://womenaheadoftheirtime.org). Join Ola Wlodek for some thought-provoking and lively chats with high-flying female scientists, business women and entrepreneurs, and hear about what has sha ...
 
The STEMpowered Women podcast is brought to you by Sistas in STEM, a platform aimed toward empowering women of color in their daily lives and their passion for science, tech, engineering, and math. Join host Brittany A. J. Miriki as she interviews boss women for inspiration, career advice, health tips, and more. We’re pushing the voices of Black women and women of color in STEM to the forefront to bring our community together. You’re not alone, Sis. We’ve got you!
 
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Coach Kimberly International’s initiative, She’s Up!, exists to advance women in leadership in STEM fields by providing development opportunities and community. Sharing stories is the best way to connect as humans and to pass on wisdom to others. Join coaching pioneer and leadership expert, Dr. Kimberly Jackson, as she hosts conversations and shares actionable insights that equip women to lead in today’s Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous world.
 
For every Marie Curie or Rosalind Franklin whose story has been told, hundreds of female scientists remain unknown to the public at large. In this series, we illuminate the lives and work of a diverse array of groundbreaking scientists who, because of time, place and gender, have gone largely unrecognized. Each season we focus on a different scientist, putting her narrative into context, explaining not just the science but also the social and historical conditions in which she lived and work ...
 
“Good Data, by BadVR” is a podcast designed for the data-driven mind. Created by the desire to share her passion for art, entrepreneurship, data visualization, and all things startup and technology related, host Suzanne Borders (BadVR Founder & CEO) gets candid on how to build a successful business while maintaining a deep curiosity about the artistry of world around her. Good Data promotes candid conversations about a wide variety of topics, focusing on raw truth and real-life lessons.
 
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The Institute for Gender and the Economy

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Does achieving gender equality only benefit women? Are gender quotas thwarting meritocracy? Are women more risk averse than men? If you think you know the answers to these questions, then think again! Busted is an audio podcast series that busts prominent myths surrounding gender and the economy by teaming up with leading experts in the field. We uncover the origins of each myth and give you the tools to bust each myth yourself! Busted is a GATE audio series production from the Institute for ...
 
Two best friends give advice and discuss topics ranging from the messed up things they've experienced at their male-dominated school to the latest conspiracy theories. And boy, do they have a fun time doing it. Whatever they talk about, they’re always boolin’. Features real stories from listeners. | https://boolinwiththebigdogs.wordpress.com/ | Twitter: @boolinbigdogs | Instagram: @boolinwiththebigdogs | TikTok: @boolinwiththebigdogs
 
Host Emily Soloby, Founder and CEO of Juno Jones Safety Shoes, interviews women working in non-traditional fields about their career paths.Covering topics such as balancing personal and work lives, issues they have encountered and how they have dealt with them, their biggest challenges, their biggest triumphs, advice for other women, and many other topics.
 
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Saba Khalid is a Manager in Technical and Business Consulting focusing on Energy & Utilities. She has Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Electrical Engineering. What do we talk about in this episode? Saba and I talk about some challenges many of us face as women in STEM in STEM (or women in any career for that matter). Perfectionism and being peopl…
 
Join children's book authors Rajani LaRocca and Artemis Roehrig as they talk to environmental scientist and children's book author Andrea Wang about Environmental Science & "Writing the Books We Needed." You can find books by all our guests in the STEM Women in KidLit bookstore! Support STEM Women in Kidlit! Books recommended on this episode: Smell…
 
Inspiring Stories 021 - Dr Verena Wolfram Subscribe to the Women In STEM Career & Confidence Podcast on your favourite platform and stay tuned. Sometimes the hardest thing to do is hold up a mirror to yourself and really address the root cause of the issues you are facing. It takes huge amount of bravery. In today’s episode I talk to the incredible…
 
Freda DeKnight (1909-1963) celebrated Black American chefs and home cooks as Ebony magazine’s first ever food editor. Her book “A Date With a Dish” was one of the first cookbooks written specifically for a Black audience. Food has been a unifier for millennia, not just gathering people together to share a meal, but acting as a warm introduction to …
 
As a child in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, Dr. Jenny Patel always wanted to be a pediatrician. During her last year of high school, she was introduced to the field of biomedical engineering and realized she could do so much more as a Biomedical Engineer. Join Dr. Patel and Host Emily Soloby on this episode of the Hazard Girls Podcast to hear all about …
 
Duchess Quamino (c. 1739-1804) was the Pastry Queen of Rhode Island, an enslaved woman whose baking skills paved the way to freedom for her and her children. Food has been a unifier for millennia, not just gathering people together to share a meal, but acting as a warm introduction to new histories and traditions. This February on Womanica, we’re c…
 
Over recent years, we’ve seen more and more automation creeping into our lives. Think Telsa’s self-driving care, chatbots and smart assistants like Siri or Alexa. AI, robotics and other forms of smart automation have the potential to boost the global GDP by $15tn by 2030. Companies are starting to implement AI practices across their organisation to…
 
Clara Brown (1800-1885) was known as the “Angel of the Rockies”. As one of the first Black women to settle in Colorado, she helped create a sense of family for a whole community – even after she’d lost her own. Food has been a unifier for millennia, not just gathering people together to share a meal, but acting as a warm introduction to new histori…
 
Mentorship is a great pathway for enhancing employees’ skills and enabling them to tap into valuable knowledge and experience. But what about the mentors themselves? We speak with Beatriz Quintino, Senior Data Scientist, and Mariana Ferreira, Product Lead from FARFETCH’s programme to hear why they’re involved and what they’ve learned so far. Beatri…
 
Think about the wallets you’re using right now. With the industry's direction, we are not keeping our crypto on centralized exchanges. We will double down on the whole point of crypto, which is to lean into self-custody. But it is not without its challenges. You have to stay on top of this. This week, episode 143 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is a…
 
We deal with physical discomfort pretty well. We'll take off our shoe in the middle of a walk to remove a rock so we can walk comfortably. When it comes to emotional discomfort, we skip trying to figure out what's caused it and start shaming ourselves for not being tough enough to deal with the pain. Or maybe you try to ignore it all together. When…
 
In this bitesize podcast episode, the our student interviewers Rosie and Eliza are going to introduce you to Kerry Hill, an Animal Trainer at WWT Slimbridge. If you'd like to find out more about Kerry's work keep an eye out for the extended interview which will be released in a couple of weeks. Some resources that Kerry recommends are: British and …
 
Episode Summary Intentional is my one word to focus on this year. I read Jon Gordon's book, One Word That Will Change Your Life. It is a great read. It talks about focusing on one word instead of making resolutions or goals for the year. Focus on one word for the year. Define that word and focus on what it means you are doing during this year. Book…
 
Susan Martinez is a Payload Systems Engineer with a passion for space exploration. As long as she can remember Susan has dreamed of working at NASA. While studying engineering in college, a staff member at her school presented her with a tattered flyer from the 90’s she found on her desk. On a lark, Susan applied for what she thought was a one-week…
 
Socio-economic background relates to income, occupation and social background. This includes where you were born and raised, your family history, your level of education, and your access to funding or opportunities. A person’s socio-economic background is a major factor in their career progression. A recent report from CMI found that found that 53%…
 
My guest is Nkosi Sithole born and bred in South Africa in KwaZulu-Natal. As the first recording of the year we chatted about new year's resolutions, the importance of education as a key to many doors and her parents being prime examples. Due to her passion for education, Nkosi started an NPO called ReEnvisage. Currently, she’s You are an MSc stude…
 
In this Season 2 finale, Danni Washington is joined by Madeline St. Clair. Mads is a marine biologist, filmmaker, and Managing Director of Women in Ocean Science. Mads and Danni dive deep on a variety of issues and topics ranging from Mad's experience studying tropical marine biology at the University of Essex, her research work in the Indo-Pacific…
 
Susette La Flesche Tibbles (1854-1903) became known across the country for her advocacy for indigenous rights. When she saw injustice, she helped other Native people stand up to the federal government, and win back their rights in court. You’re probably familiar with rebels without a cause, but what about rebels with a cause? This month on Womanica…
 
Why is there a lack of women in tech? It’s a question that has been asked countless times, with numerous initiatives and thought works on how to increase gender representation. Yet, the dial has still not moved much above 19% of women in the UK tech industry. So why are there still too few women in the industry? What barriers are stopping them ente…
 
There is power and potential in reimagining the use of audio and visual technology. It’s proven that we learn almost 91% better when we have the ability to interact and ask questions of the expert we are learning from. This week, episode 142 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast with Heather Maio-Smith is about making knowledge more accessible through vid…
 
In 1909, the Mayor of Tokyo sent a gift of 2,000 prized cherry trees to Washington, D.C. But the iconic blossoms enjoyed each spring along the Tidal Basin are not from those trees. That’s because Flora Patterson, who was the Mycologist in Charge at the USDA, recognized the original saplings were infected, and the shipment was burned on the National…
 
You just want to do your job. You wish dumb problems would stop getting in the way. You don't have time to deal with people's dirty games and tricks. The drama is sucking the life out of you. No matter how much work you do on your own mindset, developing your technical skills or trying to stay out of the drama, someone always finds a way to suck yo…
 
As a child, Maria showed an interest and proficiency in tinkering and improving things. When her father’s job took her from her home in Mexico to the suburbs of Detroit at 14, Maria joined the robotics team and never looked back. Today in her role as Chief Technical Officer and co-founder at Canvas, Maria has put her PhD. from MIT and a lifelong pa…
 
Cait Lowe is the Principal of Pretty Pretty Precon, a preconstruction firm located in Acworth, Georgia. Cait joins Hazard Girls host Emily Soloby for a fun conversation about Cait's journey through the male-dominated world of construction. As the founder of a woman-owned small business, she's seen it all in a very short period of time. Cait talks a…
 
Happy New Year fam! We’re back for part two of Season 3. We’re not done with the season yet. We’ve got an amazing guest to kick off the year! In this episode we’re joined by the talented and driven, Jaysón Davidson. Jaysón is a Clinical Informatics Research and PhD Candidate in the Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacogenomics program at University …
 
Have you ever thought about a person, place, thing, concept that would absolutely KNOCK a child from the Victorian era on their feet? We sure have. Tune in to hear what we think would make a Victorian child spiral, who an it girl is (spoiler it's everyone), and much much more.By Isabelle Hoffmann and Mary Allen Richardson
 
Network engineering is a tech sector devoted to maintaining the connectivity of networks in terms of data, voice calls, videos and wireless network services. There is a strong demand for network engineers, and it is unlikely to go down, given their role. There is also a shortage of qualified professionals and because of this, a career in network en…
 
Join Danni Washington as she speaks with Minna Epps. Minna is the Director of the IUCN Global Marine and Polar Program. Minna and Danni discuss her beginnings in the cold waters of the UK that inspired her to study marine biology. This led her to work with IUCN where she has worked with coastal communities to help their environmental economies prot…
 
Kathleen Lynn (1874-1955) fought for her own right to practice medicine, and fought for her peoples’ right to self-govern. You’re probably familiar with rebels without a cause, but what about rebels with a cause? This month on Womanica, we’re talking about women who broke rules that were meant to be broken. From the “Godmother of Title IX” Bernice …
 
As a certified beer brewer, Eline Blomme, Vice President at TrueLayer, didn’t seek a career in tech but is grateful that tech finally found her. Choosing to study law, she didn’t plan for a career in payments but carved out a path for herself in Fintech, moving from Belgium to London six years ago. During this time, Eline took on her greatest role …
 
From an outsider's perspective, crypto can be intimidating. Still, by taking the time to educate ourselves on the fundamentals of investing in crypto, we can limit the risk and fear and begin to accept it as a digital asset we can really benefit from. This week, episode 141 of the Tech Intersect™ Podcast is about why and how to start your crypto jo…
 
If you're on a journey to become hugely successful, you'll come across the notion that you've gotta increase your optimism. But what might be holding you back from living a positive and confident life? Today's episode is a deep dive into your own past and how you might have developed some unhelpful beliefs in childhood. The most common one is learn…
 
In this podcast episode, you'll hear some more best bits from the STEM Untapped podcast in 2022. In particular we focus on what it has been like for our role models as women in STEM, and the great advice that they give our interviewers. If you know a group of students who would like to interview female or non-binary role models, please get in touch…
 
Gertrude Benham (1867-1938) was a world traveler and master mountaineer who scaled over 300 mountains in her lifetime You’re probably familiar with rebels without a cause, but what about rebels with a cause? This month on Womanica, we’re talking about women who broke rules that were meant to be broken. From the “Godmother of Title IX” Bernice Sandl…
 
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