She Built That | Get Inspired! | Weekly interviews with female founders building their empires on their own terms!
About This Show
There is no better time than the present to be a female entrepreneur!
On She Built That you will hear from women just like you who are building amazing companies and initiatives all on their own terms.
Mariam Wright Edelman said, “You Can’t Be What You Can’t See,” and She Built That uses the power of storytelling to empower the next generation of women to believe in their ability to build, lead and create career opportunities in whatever industry they desire.
In this series, listeners will hear from female founders and builders as they share the ups and downs of their entrepreneurial journeys and offer actionable items, insights and key resources that listeners can incorporate into their own entrepreneurial endeavours.
Each show will end with a Lightning Round - 10 questions that the guest must answer with the first thing that comes to mind.
The Time Is Now, The Place Is The She Built That Podcast and The Future Is Female!!
Most Recent Episode
SBT049: Jen Murtagh chat's giving back, lifting up others, her female powerhouse contingent and life after divorce
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Jen Murtagh has spent a significant portion of her career advocating for others. Dubbed a “people philanthropist” by one of her closest friends, she spent the past five years as the executive director of the CKNW Orphan’s Fund, raising money for children with disabilities. Four months ago she took on a new role as the CEO of The Minerva Foundation, a charitable foundation that elevates the visibility, influence and contribution of girls and women. When we build confidence in women, when we build capacity in women, when we build skills and leadership development and give women the opportunity to really bring their voice to the table, I feel that that really spills out into the community. A firm believer in the law of reciprocity, Jen is passionate about giving back and meeting like-minded people. Over her years of networking, Jen has built what she refers to as a solid female powerhouse contingent and credits many of them as the reason behind her success. Recognizing the tremendous benefits of networking, Jen founded Networking in Van, an online database that curates events and networking opportunities in Vancouver, making it easier for others to meet and connect as well. In today’s interview you’ll learn: - Why Jen views networking as a by-product of professional development. - Why she believes leadership is important. - Why she says she has learned more in the past two years than the first 36. - Why she believes it’s important for women to advocate for themselves.