Take Out With Ashley and Robyn
About This Show
So many of us are looking for Better Health. Better Health – for ourselves, for our loved ones, for our country and our global neighbors. From our work, we know the critical role better food plays in achieving this goal, but we also know it takes resources and a “village”. Join us as we interview and have a lot of fun with guests we see as game changers – creating and modeling efforts for us all to learn and be inspired from. From rock stars to policy makers to non-profit founders to food makers and food distribution leaders to teachers, chefs, pro athletes, actresses, mums and dads, grandparents, and singles, so many of their efforts, like yours and ours, will help us all meet the goal of better health. Grab Take Out with Ashley and Robyn and chew on how awesome our future will be with the inspiration and opportunities shared. *music by Jason Shaw@ audionautix.com.
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Episode 51 with Guest Margot Machol Bisnow
5 days ago
Margot is the author of Raising an Entrepreneur: 10 Rules for Nurturing Risk Takers, Problem Solvers and Change Makers, based on her interviews with 60 successful entrepreneurs and their moms about how they were raised. Previously, she was the publisher and editor-in-chief of The Scene Bisnow, a daily online newsletter with 40,000 subscribers and 100,000 readers detailing the vibrant life of Washington D.C., one of the 32 newsletters published by Bisnow Media, the company her family founded, which they sold in 2016. She was involved for 25 years in developing, managing, and communicating high-level economic policy as a White House economic aide and regulatory Commissioner. She was chief of staff of the President’s Council of Economic Advisers, Treasury’s international division, and the Millennium Challenge Corporation; staff director of the HELP Commission that reviewed US foreign assistance; and a Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. For 12 years, she was president of the non-profit Chesapeake Associates, which set up economic think tanks in Eastern Europe. She has a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from its Kellogg Graduate School of Management. She has been married to Mark Bisnow for 34 years; they have two sons. Elliott founded the successful Millennial conference series Summit Series, whose philosophy is that good business should be good for the world, and which purchased Powder Mountain in Utah to create a permanent home for its community. Austin founded and is the lead singer of the popular LA-based indie revival band Magic Giant.