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The World-Changing Women Podcast with host, Meghan French Dunbar — co-founder and CEO of Conscious Company Media — shares the stories of female founders and business leaders who've built successful, game-changing companies that have a positive impact on the world.
 
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Cat Perez didn't become a co-founder of HealthSherpa in the traditional way. Her journey actually began tinkering with friends after work on programming what they thought could be the next big tech company, which led to her and two others entering a Salesforce hackathon with a grand prize of $1 million. They entered the contest with a concept f ...…
 
Most of us have had to scrounge around for odd jobs at certain points in our lives either to make ends meet or to help save for that certain special thing we've wanted in our lives, but few of us have turned that odd job into a thriving company. This was the case for Kristen Hadeed, who started cleaning houses in college as a way to save up for ...…
 
Elyse Stoltz Dickerson is an earwax entrepreneur. Yes, you heard that right. After being let go from her big-time corporate job, Elyse and a colleague decided they wanted to start their own business, but they didn't quite know what unmet need the would fill in the market. We sat down with Elyse to talk about how she created a successful company ...…
 
If you’ve got a business idea, chances are, you’ll need money. And money can be a major source of anxiety. There are fears about getting money… and once you have it, fears about how you’ll spend it. Jenny spent two decades as an attorney and advisor for mission-driven businesses and her primary focus is on empowering women entrepreneurs to rais ...…
 
In 2012, Meika Hollender was sitting by the pool during the summer of her MBA program when someone handed her a business proposal for a sustainable condom company. She took the leap and co-founded Sustain with her own father, Jeffrey Hollender, the founder of Seventh Generation. In this episode, we'll hear advice she has for starting a company ...…
 
Rosemary, Vanilla, Eucalyptus, Bergamont, Lavender - for decades, Susan Griffin-Black has been harvesting the essence of nature. As co-founder of the brand EO, Susan has created a line of ethical and sustainable body care products based on her passion for pure essential oils. A certified BCorp, EO has a purpose of creating natural products that ...…
 
While she was in business school, Kirsten Tobey started a revolution. In a fight against childhood obesity and with a goal to set students up for success, she sought to redefine school lunches. Kirsten and Kristin Richmond co-founded Revolution Foods, which has grown from an MBA project into a thriving business that employs over 1500 people who ...…
 
Rum is flowing from the mountains of Colorado, where spirits are crafted from pure spring water and sugar cane from family farms. Where ingredients are distilled in a mountaintop facility that’s 100% wind-powered. Over a decade ago, Karen Hoskin followed a dream and founded Montanya Distillers, a certified BCorp making award-winning rums, and a ...…
 
Ruth Ann Harnisch has spent her life breaking through barriers and redefining what’s possible. Despite daily harassment, Ruth Ann became one of the first women to anchor evening news and earned recognition as an award-winning journalist. After her media career, she became a philanthropist, investor, activist, and coach with her life centered on ...…
 
Arlan Hamilton arrived in Silicon Valley when she was 34 with a dream to become a venture capitalist. She was broke, had no network, and no financial background. But she was driven, and in time, launched Backstage Capital - a firm that invests only in companies led by underrepresented founders. Stay tuned to hear how Arlan built Backstage Capit ...…
 
Courtney Klein believes that entrepreneurs hold the solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. With this mission in mind, she founded Seed Spot, an incubator supporting diverse, impact-driven entrepreneurs. Since the launch of Seed Spot, Courtney's helped hundreds of social entrepreneurs start ventures. In today’s episode, she shares her ...…
 
Since Robyn Sue Fisher's humble beginnings selling ice cream on the streets of San Francisco, she’s opened 8 Smitten Ice Cream shops throughout California. Smitten makes ice cream differently - every flavor is churned to order with all natural flavors using her patented Brrr machine. Robyn’s mission is to spread joy, and she does this through a ...…
 
Jane Wurwand is the co-founder of Dermalogica, the world’s number one professional skin care brand. After immigrating to the US, she pioneered a training program for skin therapists. She went on to create a line of skincare products to serve her students. Dermalogica’s success has helped to train and empower thousands of women entrepreneurs. On ...…
 
Lynn Jurich is on a mission - to create a planet that’s powered by the sun. SunRun has helped over 200,000 people harness solar energy to power their homes. And she’s grown this solar-as-a-service model into a $3 billion enterprise, and the largest residential solar installer in the US. On this episode, we hear her story, how her leadership has ...…
 
Lynne Twist is a renowned speaker, the author of Soul of Money, the founder of the Soul of Money Institute, and the co-founder of the Pachamama Alliance — a non-profit that works with an indigenous tribe in Ecuador to protect the Amazon rainforest. Her work has been featured in the Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, and on Oprah's Su ...…
 
Can you imagine what it would be like to start a new business after two personal bankruptcies? This was the situation facing Suzy Batiz when she had the crazy idea for PooPourri -- a magical spray that masks the smells of your #2s. Since then, she built it into a $500 million dollar company. On this episode of World-Changing Women, we'll hear S ...…
 
Tara-Nicholle Nelson is a wonder woman. She is the former VP, Marketing for MyFitnessPal, now part of Under Armour, the author of 2 books including The Transformational Consumer: Fuel a Lifelong Love Affair With Customers by Helping Them Get Healthier, and the CEO of a startup called SoulTour. We sat down with Tara-Nicholle to talk to learn abo ...…
 
When Steph Speirs discovered that 80% of people in the US can't install rooftop solar, she set out on a mission to make solar energy accessible to all. As the co-founder and CEO of Solstice she is a pioneer in community solar. On this episode, we'll hear how Steph built her company, her take on the importance of relationships with your co-found ...…
 
Sheryl O'Loughlin has seen it all. As the former CEO of Clif Bar, co-founder of Plum Organics, current CEO of Rebbl, and author of "Killing It: An Entrepreneurs Guide to Keeping Your Head Without Losing Your Heart," O'Loughlin has insights and wisdom that all leaders need to hear. In this episode, we'll hear the inside story of how she built he ...…
 
Lisa Curtis is the founder and CEO of Kuli Kuli foods, which makes energy bars, drinks, smoothie powders, and more that feature a new superfood ingredient, moringa, all while supporting moringa producers on small farms in Africa. Despite how prolific Kuli Kuli products are becoming, the company came from humble beginnings. Today, we'll hear abo ...…
 
Donna Carpenter built Burton from the ground up alongside her husband, founder Jake Burton. In 2016, she was elevated to the role of CEO of Burton. Despite not necessarily believing in herself at the beginning and having to be nudged into the role by Jake, Donna has taken Burton to the next level. Today, we'll hear how Donna has increased the n ...…
 
Eileen Fisher, Founder and President of EILEEN FISHER, is definitely not the archetype of someone who has built a half billion dollar fashion company -- that's what makes Eileen so special. Eileen's intuition has been the driving force behind the brand's aspirations to be one of the most sustainable clothing lines in the world. Today, we'll hea ...…
 
Rahama Wright has the type of personality that lifts everyone up around her. As the Founder and CEO of Shea Yeleen, Rahama is the driving force behind her company, which produces shea butter skin care products that empower women in West Africa. We sat down with Rahama to hear the story behind how she made the leap from Peace Corps volunteer to ...…
 
Meet Molly Hayward, the founder and CEO of Cora. Cora is a certified organic tampon company that provides menstrual products for girls in need around the world for every box of tampons that you buy. When Molly learned about the millions of girls around the globe who miss or drop out of school during their periods, she made it her mission to do ...…
 
After completing her law degree at Berkeley, Erin Wade was working as a lawyer in the San Francisco Bay area, and she was miserable. Beginning as a dream during this time, Erin's company, Homeroom Mac + Cheese restaurant, has since grown into a thriving business with over 100 employees and a great workplace culture. In this episode, we'll hear ...…
 
Today, we sit down with Vava Angwenyi, founder and CEO of Vava Coffee. Vava Coffee is a Kenya-based coffee company on a mission to help support Kenyan coffee farmers. When she set out to start her company, however, she not only faced resistance from her family, but also from Kenyan culture at large. In this episode, we'll hear how Vava surmount ...…
 
Tami Simon is the founder and CEO of Sounds True, a multi-million dollar media company on a mission to disseminate spiritual wisdom. Tami works with some of the most recognizable spiritual teachers in the world like Ram Dass, Eckart Tolle and Jack Kornfield. On this week's episode of World-Changing Women, we sit down with Tami to hear the insid ...…
 
Yve-Car Momperouse is the founder and CEO of Kreyol Essence, a thriving beauty and hair products company with products sitting on shelves at mainstream retailers like Whole Foods. Her enterprise empowers women all over Haiti who produce Haitian Black Castor Oil. In this episode of World-Changing Women, we'll hear Yves-Car's incredible founding ...…
 
If you're a beer-lover, you know New Belgium Brewing. As of last year, New Belgium was the 4th largest craft brewer in the US. But what people may not know is that it is a woman behind the company's success: Kim Jordan. In this episode of World-Changing Women, we'll hear the inside story of how Kim started a brewery from her basement, what it t ...…
 
Brook Eddy, founder of Bhakti Chai, is a force of nature. Not only did she create a multi-million dollar brand from her kitchen, but she did so as a single mother of young twins. In this episode, we'll hear how a trip to India inspired a brand, how Brook found her first customer, what it took to quit a full-time job as a single mother to pursue ...…
 
What do some of the most impactful companies in the world - companies like New Belgium Brewery, SoundsTrue Publishing, EILEEN FISHER, and SunRun Solar have in common? They were all founded by women. And they did so despite the fact that the odds were stacked against them. So how did these women make it, and what leadership lessons do they have ...…
 
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