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What if you could learn from 100 of the world’s most inspiring women? Introducing “Seneca’s 100 Women to Hear” a podcast brought to you by the Seneca Women’s Podcast Network and iHeart Radio in partnership with P&G. Over the course of 100 episodes you’ll hear from women who broke barriers, changed history and are building bridges across political divides. You’ll get insight into not just what they accomplished but how they think about the world. These are Seneca’s 100 women to hear. Listen, ...
 
Seneca’s Conversations on Power and Purpose feature fascinating conversations with leaders who are using their power for purpose to build a better world. Seneca is now featuring a six-part series entitled Equal Too: Achieving Disability Equality produced by Harder Than You Think, creators of the double Emmy Award winning documentary Rising Phoenix and P&G Studios. Equal Too provides a series of highly entertaining, stimulating and well informed podcast episodes setting new standards of how w ...
 
Spoken word poet, performer, and host Amena Brown, brings hilarious storytelling, soulful conversation and insightful interviews with women of color. HER with Amena Brown invites you into a living room where you can hear new perspectives, listen to poetic readings of things you never thought could be poetic, and celebrate Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and Asian women who because of their contributions to the world and their community are deserving of a crown. Join Amena as she reminds you to ac ...
 
It’s safe to say 2020 was one of the most difficult years, ever, for so many…and these remain very challenging times. That’s why I’m here to ask you… How Can I Help? My name is Dr. Gail Saltz, I’m a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, a psychoanalyst, best-selling author, and I’m here to help. Join me every Friday on this podcast where you can ask your most pressing questions and get helpful guidance on topics ranging from coping with anxiety and ...
 
Made By Women is a new weekly show brought to you by the Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio. At a moment when businesses face some of the biggest challenges in recent history, we bring you inspiring stories, practical insights and shared learnings from women builders. Benefit from the experiences of legendary entrepreneurs, fierce up-and-comers and women leaders who are changing the trajectory of business. Made by Women gives you the tools, expertise and hard-won lessons you need t ...
 
Each day we aspire to bring you the good news. Because there is good happening in the world, every day, everywhere — we just need to look for it and share it. Here’s Something Good is a short daily podcast that offers inspiring stories, helpful tips and shared experiences to motivate and inspire you every day. We’re letting you in on the best advice we’ve gotten, the news that’s brightening our day, and practical insights from experts and leaders you know and some that you may not, including ...
 
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A year ago almost to the day, HER with Amena Brown relaunched under Seneca Women Podcast Network in partnership with iHeart. To celebrate my podcastiversary, I’m telling the origin story of how I started the podcast, why I center the voices of women of color and some tips if you’re looking to start your own podcast. Thanks for listening and celebra…
 
This episode features Michael Johnson, Clare Balding, Andrew Parsons, Bebe Vio, Sarah Hirshland, Justin King and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 volunteer, Shigeru Kudo. After such bleak times and such uncertainty we reflect on what hosting the Tokyo Games has achieved. We will explore what is in store for the Paralympic Movement across the next decade…
 
It’s normal to be worried about your finances, especially in challenging times. Dr. Saltz helps a listener face her fears, and offers advice on how to talk with a partner about this important topic. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio
 
This episode features Liz Johnson, Charles Catherine, Haben Girma, Esther Verburg, Hank Prybylski, Facundo Chávez Penillas, Christina Mallon, Dan Brooke, Eddie Ndopu and Nilofar Bayat. When Sir Ludwig Guttmann formed the Paralympic movement after World War II, his vision was to use sport to rehabilitate Disabled people back into society to become t…
 
In celebration of PATTERN’s 2nd birthday, I’m excited to bring CEO and Founder Tracee Ellis Ross into our HER living room. Tracee educates me on the importance of salad skills, her journey to founding PATTERN and why it’s important for Black women to tell our own stories. Learn more about PATTERN at http://patternbeauty.com. To get transcripts, lin…
 
In Episode 4 we’re focussing on how our modern world was not built to include everyone. The big question in this episode is - If the world around us enabled us instead of disabled us, what would that look like? Sophie Morgan speaks to Yoshihiko Kawauchi, Katie Pennick, Dr Victor Pineda, Haben Girma, Michaël Jérémiasz, Sam Latif, Christina Mallon, E…
 
Anxiety, depression, sadness and anger are all common reactions. Dr. Saltz answers a newly diagnosed listener’s question, and tells how to deal with these emotions so they don’t get in the way of treatment. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio
 
My husband, Matt, and I are celebrating our ten year anniversary this week so I thought it would be fitting to bring him into the HER living room and talk about the story of how we met and the lessons we’ve learned after ten years of marriage. This episode includes some sappiness. Sorry not sorry. Lol P.S. I’d love to include YOU in a future episod…
 
In episode 3 we turn the spotlight on the fashion and film industries to find out why they are still playing catch up on becoming truly representative of the disabled community. We’ll hear from Jameela Jamil, RJ Mitte, Sinéad Burke, Eryn Brown, Keely Cat Wells, Jim LeBrecht, Christina Mallon and Ellie Cole, who each have their story to tell about a…
 
Episode two in the series will explore how the rights of disabled people are changing and what more needs to be done to create a more equal world moving forward. Featuring Jameela Jamil, Chantal Petitclerc, Eddie Ndopu, Pilar Jauregui, Deborah McFadden, Haben Girma and Tatyana McFadden, we’ll discuss the legislative progress that has been made but …
 
This is the first episode in a series of conversations asking how we achieve equality for disabled people. This episode takes a look back at the history and the legacy of the Paralympic Movement and the impact it has had on host cities and beyond. Featuring Paralympians, Olympians and influential figures in the Paralympic Movement, including Michae…
 
In the 1920s, Bessie Coleman, one of the first Black women to earn a pilot’s license, transfixed audiences with her daredevil flying. We learn about Coleman from author and pilot Carole Hopson, a pioneer in her own right, who is among the few African American women to fly big commercial jets. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpo…
 
Equal Too: Achieving Disability Equality is a new special series on Seneca’s Conversations on Power and Purpose that explores many aspects of equality through the lens of sports and the Paralympics.. This six-part series is produced by P&G Studios and Harder Than You Think, creators of the double Emmy Award winning documentary Rising Phoenix. The s…
 
Besides being the first Black woman to head the prestigious college, Dr. Johnson is also a renowned cardiologist and researcher whose groundbreaking studies show how disease affects women and men differently. We revisit this episode from late 2020 in which she shares her insights into women's leadership, how to improve health care, and her optimism…
 
In this episode from the HER archives, I’m talking with Dr. Meredith Evans, a historian, archivist, 74th President of the Society of American Archivists, director of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, and the first black woman to helm a presidential library. Dr. Meredith shares why it’s important to preserve and document history and …
 
Her nonfiction books —including Ashley’s War and The Dressmaker of Khair Khana—top best-seller lists. We revisit this episode with Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, who talks about her newest book, The Daughters of Kobani, and about the remarkable women she met in recent years in Afghanistan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork…
 
Do you ever feel like there’s an internal conversation playing on an endless loop in your mind? Do you want to turn it off? Dr. Saltz has great advice about how to retrain your brain to banish the mental chatter. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio
 
Thousands of children in Flint, Michigan were exposed to dangerous levels of lead in the city’s drinking water—but the world didn’t pay attention until pediatrician and public health advocate Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha called a press conference to reveal her findings. We revisit this episode to hear how she fought for Flint's children, even in the face…
 
Yep...you read that right...THEEE Jennifer Hudson is in our HER Living Room this week talking all things RESPECT. Jennifer shares what it was like preparing to play Aretha Franklin, tells me about her favorite Aretha wig, and shares the lessons she’s learned in using her voice and taking up space. To get transcripts, links, and details from each ep…
 
When Zainab Salbi learned that women were enduring rape and other horrors during the Bosnian War she started a fund—which became the renowned nonprofit, Women for Women International, which aids women in conflict zones. Since then Zainab has gone on to be a media commentator, podcast host and even helped found another nonprofit. Learn why she’s so …
 
If you have a habit you just can’t break, it may not be a true addiction—but it can definitely interfere with your life. Dr. Saltz tells how to get control of compulsions like needless shopping, overeating and spending way too much time on social media. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
The first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize, Edith Wharton wrote novels like The Age of Innocence and The House of Mirth that remain popular today. We get fascinating insight into this multifaceted writer and designer of homes and gardens from Susan Wissler, executive director of Wharton’s estate, The Mount. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://…
 
A champion for women in sailing, Dawn Riley has made history in the world’s most challenging races. Among her feats: She was the first woman ever to manage an entire America’s Cup syndicate, and the first American, man or woman, to sail in three America’s Cups and in two Whitbread Round the World races. She has lessons to offer on focus and leaders…
 
Alcohol use has soared because of the pandemic—especially among women. A listener wants to know if her nightly glass of wine is actually a problem; Dr. Saltz reveals how to tell, and how to cut back without going cold turkey. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio
 
Sixteen-year-old Marley Dias likes to call herself “a problem solver,” a role she took on with #1000BlackGirlBooks, the campaign she launched at age 10. We revisit this fascinating conversation with Marley, who's an author and TV host as well as the youngest member of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list. Learn about her mission of social justice, equality and…
 
In her book, Awakening, Vogelstein, who has served as director of the Women and Foreign Policy program at the Council on Foreign Relations, tells how #MeToo has spread around the globe, ushering in a new, powerful women’s rights movement. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Schools in Washington, DC, were still segregated when Shirley Jackson started her education. We revisit this conversation in which Dr. Jackson tells how she became the first African American woman to get a PhD from MIT, the chair of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and president of the renowned RPI. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://…
 
In this episode Celita and I talk through what our lives were like during the years after our friend breakup and what caused us to reconnect all those years later. We also share some tips on how to handle a friend breakup, what healthy friendship looks like, and how to reconnect with old friends. You can follow Celita on Instagram at https://www.in…
 
On July 19 and 20, 1848, the first American women’s rights convention, held in Seneca Falls, New York, launched a movement whose work continues to this day. Historian Sally McMillen tells about the brave women who dared speak up and declare that all men and women are created equal. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwor…
 
Grief is a normal reaction to loss, but if it goes on too long it can be unhealthy. Dr. Saltz tells how to accept the loss and move on with your life. Plus advice on how to help a friend who is struggling with grief. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio
 
When she was an undergrad at Princeton, she launched a revolution in education with Teach for America, a way to help children in under-served neighborhoods get a good education. With Teach for All, her mission has gone international. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
Have you ever been through a friend breakup? I have and this week my friend Celita Williams is joining us in the HER Living Room to talk all about it. Celita and I have known each other since college and in this episode we share the challenges of post-college friendship and what led up to our friend breakup in our twenties. You can follow Celita on…
 
Among her many firsts: She was the first woman to become a four-star admiral in the US Navy, and the first African-American woman to command a ship. We revisit this episode and learn about her life of resilience and courage. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Seneca Women Podcast Network & iHeartRadio
 
Stores and restaurants are re-opening, and companies want their employees to return to the office. For many people, that’s a cause for concern—and social anxiety is on the rise. Dr. Saltz tells how to ease back into a more-normal social life. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
The only woman to lead a major American orchestra, Marin Alsop steps down this summer as conductor of the Baltimore Symphony. She’s leaving on a high note, as a champion for other women in music and for making classical music more accessible. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com…
 
The last 18 months have been tough on everyone, especially women in the workforce. But the pandemic has also given us an unprecedented opportunity to make work life better for women. Learn how that can happen from Lorraine Hariton, President and CEO of Catalyst, the global nonprofit dedicated to building workplaces that work for women. Learn more a…
 
We could all use a good laugh right now—and with good reason. Laughter has the ability to relieve pain, boost mood, improve the immune system and even prolong life. We revisit this episode with clinical psychologist Dr. Jodi De Luca, who reveals the fascinating science behind this very human phenomenon, and how to get your daily ration of laughs. L…
 
Jealousy can be destructive for couples, and it’s usually a sign of insecurity. A listener with trust issues asks for advice, and Dr. Saltz provides answers that can help improve any relationship. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comBy Seneca Women Podcast Network and iHeartRadio
 
If protective gear doesn’t fit right, it may not offer complete protection. And for many women, fit is a problem, with gear often designed for men. Scientist Beau Wangtrakuldee realized that after she suffered chemical burns in a lab accident. Her solution: AmorSui, which she founded to make PPE with women’s size and needs in mind. Learn more about…
 
Kristalina Georgieva is the second woman, after Christine Lagarde, to hold the job of Managing Director of the powerful IMF. We revisit this fascinating conversation from early 2021; in it Georgieva tells how the IMF helped some member countries avoid economic collapse during the pandemic, and why she puts a relentless focus on gender equality. Lea…
 
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