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For the Woman Podcast
38 minutes | Mar 30, 2019
#3 Lydia White: Let Fear Guide You To Take the Bigger Steps
This is the third episode of FTW (For the Woman) Podcast. In this podcast, I talk to women leaders in tech and share their career paths, advice and lessons learned with you. In this episode, I interviewed Lydia White. Lydia leads design teams at Condé Nast, teaches at Parsons, and is also the founder and program director of Shell House Arts, an organization dedicated to supporting artists, designers, and writers through programs that help facilitate and deepen creative practices. We talked about her 6-month-long sabbatical around the world, her move across from the Bay Area to New York, starting her own art residency program, and the surprising problems of owning a house that shaped like a egg shell. https://lydiawhite.info/ https://shellhousearts.org/ Lovely theme song by Annie Bacon: https://www.fiverr.com/theanniebacon
41 minutes | Oct 30, 2018
#2 Paloma Medina: Say yes, panic and pull through.
Paloma Medina is the owner of a store called 11:11 Supply in Portland, OR. Her store is one of a kind. On plain sight, it sells curated stationeries. But truly, the products make up a beautiful Trojan Horse to make you think about happiness and goals. The very two things that we are all hungry for. In this episode, we talked about her experience growing up in the US as an 8-year-old Mexican immigrant. How she inherited her entrepreneurial spirit from both of her parents, and how she was able to cross off all her goals and start new ones.
52 minutes | Sep 11, 2018
#1 Sabrina Majeed: More outdoorsy than I thought I was.
Sabrina Majeed was a design manager at Buzzfeed in NYC until she quit her job last summer to travel around the world with her partner. Before Buzzfeed, she designed apps for Venmo, Miso, and Intuit. Now, Sabrina lives in Bangkok and is working on her latest project The InnBox, a weekly newsletter on unique places to stay around the world that’s no more than $300/night. In this episode, we talked about her choice of moving to Bangkok after New York City, her year of travel in SE Asia, and her ah-ha moments along the way.
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