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40 minutes | Aug 12, 2022
First Woman Editor in Chief of National Geographic Magazine Shares her Vision on How Women’s Voices Can Change The World
Join us in this enriching conversation with renowned journalist and visionary Susan Goldberg. Susan, a quiet resolve that is a force of nature, shares her insights on the art and evolution of storytelling, women in successful roles, and her current mission at Arizona State University. Susan Goldberg is the former editor-in-chief of National Geographic Magazine. She was the first woman to edit the magazine since it was first published in 1888. Before joining National Geographic, Goldberg worked at Bloomberg and USA Today. She is an advocate for cross-platform storytelling.
43 minutes | Jun 15, 2022
What Does it Mean to be a Woman Right Now?
Join us in a special episode with the mother-daughter duo Denise Harrington and special guest Nia Harrington on the various complexities of womanhood and everything that comes along with it. This episode touches on women’s leadership, empowerment, and current political issues such as Roe v. Wade. The mother-daughter duo shares their stories and insight on vulnerability and how it can be used as an important power for women. These ingredients, from their personal experiences to professional insights provide a multi-generational perspective on how to take ownership of your power as a woman. Listen, laugh, and enjoy!
28 minutes | Mar 15, 2022
Why Women Should Run for Office - Sarah Godlewski Tells Us Why
In this episode, Denise speaks with Wisconsin State Treasurer, businesswoman, financial expert, and candidate for the United States Senate Sarah Godlewski. Discover the story behind Sarah’s career as a public servant as well as her achievements and plans regarding her current campaign as she runs for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Republican Ron Johnson. Denise and Sarah discuss the trials and tribulations that often come with being a woman in a predominantly male industry, in a divided nation as well as the current problems the pandemic has brought upon the state of Wisconsin. She offers an upbeat conversation that is not only intriguing but shares her anecdotal tips for just plain life. Her determination is both contagious and inspiring. Join in to hear more about Sarah and why (THIS) woman should run for office!
42 minutes | Feb 11, 2022
Your Signature Style and Personal Brand Launch 22!
In this episode, Denise discusses the importance of showing up in the world and establishing your signature style and unique brand as women with Monica Barnett. Monica is the founder of Blueprint for Style, author, speaker, coach, and curator of your Visual Resume™. Mostly Monica is a wardrobe stylist and personal brand expert who brings joy and delight in establishing brand YOU! We have a fun talk about the virtual environment and how to dress for virtual success, we discuss the concept of a “visual resume,” the difficult journey of getting rid of old clothes, and the path to finding our personal expression which leads to our personal power.
42 minutes | Oct 29, 2021
Inspiring Women Globally to Break Silence, Stigma, and Shame with Jensine Larsen
Modern media tends to seek the misfortunes of women and fail to capture the essence of their stories. Discover Jensine Larsen's journey behind her vision and creation of World Pulse, a women-powered global social network that connects and amplifies the voices of thousands of women from all over the world. Larsen, an award-winning digital impact entrepreneur, and international journalist shares how she unleashed her own voice and provides insight on the importance of supportive technology for women. This is an exciting conversation about how women's voices globally can make a difference!
35 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Tips from the Top: Smashing the Ceiling, Taking a Fall, and Finding Resilience
Karen Parkin is a proud citizen of both the UK and the USA, and since 2005, she has been living with her family in Portland, Oregon. Karen has experienced a wonderful and challenging career that has spanned over 32 years, working for great brands such as Lego and Hasbro, and culminating in 23 years with Adidas, which led her to become their CHRO and the first female Executive Board member of the company’s global leadership team. She will be the first to tell you that her journey has been challenging, invigorating, rewarding, exhausting, and memorable. In this podcast, she will share her tips and learnings to help you understand what it REALLY means to have balance and resilience as you find yourself a leader at the top. To watch the full video interview, click here.
44 minutes | Jul 15, 2021
5 Steps to Mastering the Art of Pivoting
Angela Jiggetts-Bazzi is an experienced Executive & Life Coach, Career Transition Consultant and Workshop Facilitator with more than 20 years of expertise. This episode is filled with stories and tips on how to get from where you are to where you want to go. Angela takes us through 5 steps in accessing your plan to mastering the art of pivoting, something we all have had to learn during the pandemic. Pivoting and changing to take advantage of the moment is used by anyone who is successful. Pivoting is the sister of innovation: She will share with you Tips #1-4 The M.A.A.B. formula: - Mindset Shift, Acceptance, Attitude, Behavior – these 4 steps help you to get unstuck and motivated to realizing your dreams. Tip #5 -Pivoting the action item to MAAB, is the essential key in activating your dreams and goals. “Master Pivoters” have a foundation for taking bold moves and managing decisions and expectations. Throughout her career and life experiences, Angela has cultivated the perfect guide towards taking control of every aspect of her personal and career journey showing how pivoting sets in motion your steps forward. You will learn to use Angela’s Father’s mantra which will keep your mindset positive in any circumstance when you tell yourself, “Ain’t it Great?" If you follow these 5 steps it truly will be.
23 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Transitioning back to “A” normal – Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water
Welcome Back! Now that we are headed back to “A” life of normal, what have we learned from this moment of pause? The Pandemic offered us great opportunities in self-discovery. We increased our awareness of how delicate our personal health is and the health of those around us. We came to understand how connected we are globally (I had the best birthday ever which included all of my global friends) and how valuable that connection is. We became aware of cultural differences which brought about a more whole and inclusive workplace, community, and personal life. Throughout this we saw how virtual platforms allowed people to create a global presence. We embraced an understanding of the lives we’ve lost and how they became the foundation in creating inspiration for life. Yes, there is an excitement to return to old times, but let’s think reset when carrying all we have gathered in silence. Let’s move forward with the newness of expression and freshness of vision…Here’s to A “new normal”.
62 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Pamela Neferkara Gives Advice on Why Black Lives Matter to the Corporate World
Join us for this very relevant conversation with corporate executive, Pamela Neferkara. Although recorded earlier, it is still a necessary and important conversation to have today. Pamela shares her experience on raising a black son in America, an executive raising people of color, as well as what it means to be a powerful black woman. These ingredients, from her perspective, give you corporate insight on how others can advance people of color and set a table where their thoughts, ideas and comments are still embraced accepted.
46 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
Power Up Series: Black Women are Forging Change in Powerful Ways
It’s 2021! WE Women Express is introducing the POWER UP Series, signature conversations with women who are taking a bigger stance, using a bigger platform, and using their voices to guide our country, world, and planet in becoming a richer, more diverse landscape. Our first conversation is with Liz Archibald, Director of Corporate Communications for NVidia, one of the world’s largest Technology companies. She is responsible for leading PR for three key areas - Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Developers (we have 2M in our program), and Inception (6500+ AI startup companies). This is notable for an African American woman in the Tech industry. Right out of college Liz was given the opportunity to affect the “corporate voice” through brand messaging at HP and then Cisco. These opportunities positioned her to develop her expertise in helping C-Suite executives with communicating their brand messages. Liz shares her path to one of the biggest companies in the Tech industry. She’ll shares how each step gave her more confidence and experience to be able to “Power Up” in the Tech Industry as a woman AND a woman of color. In this interview you will find insights into thinking bigger, leading from your seat at the table, finding your voice, helping you “Power UP” too.
33 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
Power Up Series: Taking your seat at the Boardroom Table
Jocelyn Mangan, CEO & Founder of Him For Her an organization focused on accelerating diversity on for-profit boards. Placing women in a seat at the director level is essential for fueling the narrative and perspective of business operations with a direct lead into profit margins. Diverse boards that include women have proven to be better for business. Yet only one in five public-company directors are female. In my interview with Jocelyn, we discuss the gaps between board opportunities and talented women who are ready for board service. Megan believes “The problem isn't the pipeline, it’s the network.” There is no shortage of qualified female executives interested in board service. This is only the road to the top which has not been well "heeled" by women. Now is the time to reach higher and take the seat that will help you enhance your ability to influence, challenge, instruct, innovate and usher in change from the top down. There is room at the table, Jocelyn will help you take a seat! www.himforher.org
33 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
VC’s investing in “Women who Solve the World’s Biggest Problems
Jenny Abramson is the Founder & Managing Partner of Rethink Impact the largest, US-based impact venture capital firm with a gender lens that invests in female leaders using technology to solve the world’s biggest problems. A former tech CEO, she’s held leadership roles across major media, education, and data companies. Jenny has received a number of accolades and was recently named a Forbes’ Impact 50 alongside Serena Williams, Reid Hoffman, Melinda and Bill Gates along with other notable founders and cofounders in high tech . Jenny has a BA and MA from Stanford, MBA from Harvard Business School, and was a Fulbright Scholar at The London School of Economics.” In this interview we will discuss how important it is to support women owned businesses and innovations. VC’s are beginning to see that choosing women to invest in is not only a smart business choice but a lucrative one. Some VC's see investing in women owned businesses as a game changing opportunity. No matter what the November 3rd outcome is, it's time to take bigger steps to bring our innovations forward and seek the funding we need. The number of women ventures funded by VC’s is small, especially in technology. What this means is there is room for us to get funded. Jenny will tell us how!
16 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Denise, Where have you been? Conversations on Power
I've been on a mini sabbatical by taking time off to listen and to gather my thinking. There's a lot going on! What I've come to, is a conversation that I think is so important to share with you as we head into the election season. No matter what happens, it's our time to stand up and make a difference. I will share knowledge sentiments and thoughts on what next steps look like for women in power. I will pull on today's trends to enhance our personal expression by using examples of powerful women and men who are taking and have taken a stand to transform our country.
50 minutes | Jun 27, 2020
Why White Women Political Leaders must face Racism
Angie Bado announced her candidacy for Texas House of Representatives, District 70 as a Democrat. She believes that for too long, the majority of Texans in her district, have not had a voice at the table. Angie feels it's time to bring back collaboration, consensus building and open communication that fosters accomplishing legislation that is important to all people. She faces the challenge of systemic racism in America and looks for answers to eliminate its cause and effect. Angie shares why it is important as a political leader to have a deeper conversation about racism in order to truly lead. “I am a white woman of privilege, I realized that I’ve been complacent and complicit in perpetuating racism. I asked myself “what role can/should I play in facilitating change”.? “How do we have, honest discussions about racism?” “How do I have these sensitive and meaningful discussions with my black friends?” “How do I approach these conversations from a position of trust?” “As a political leader how do I help my community become more whole and just?” Answering these questions are critical. So, Angie and I discuss Six Key Points: What drove her to run for office - and why now? Her feelings about Divisiveness in our Country / Texas How to take ownership of the fact that my White Privilege has perpetuated Racism? Why is it important for women to run for office? How can my candidacy help advance African Americans and the underserved in Texas/Country? Why is Voting THE power of the public As a state rep., Angie’s vision would be for the legislature to get to a place where, our leaders fight to support the values we believe in, while passionately fighting for solutions that will put ALL people over politics. Angie Bado For District 70, Texas House of Representatives https://badofortexas.com/
42 minutes | May 13, 2020
The Value of the “Pause” - time to reboot, reimagine, redefine
Natalie W. Nixon, PhD , Author, global speaker, consultant, and creativity strategist. She defines creativity as the ability to toggle between wonder and rigor then shows us how to integrate these into our life and work. She believes by searching for the transformative qualities in life, we will become a more dynamic version of ourselves. Our talk will help you discover why the“ Value of the Pause”, is essential to our growth, especially as we experience this global pandemic. “Pause” gives us the opportunity to Restore, Reboot, Reimagine, and Redefine. Natalie shares tips on how we can design who we want to be going forward. These days are ripe with the need for inquiry, improvisation and intuition. She believes that women have a healthy dose of intuition, so she challenges us to use it, to lead with it and explore new personal forms of expression. She introduces “The Vagus Nerve” and how it connects the mind, the heart and the “gut”. This could be one "real" reason to trust our intuition when taking that personal leap or next step in our life. For more with Natalie Nixon visit her website: www.Figure8thinking.com AND for a free sample chapter from her latest book The Creativity Leap
49 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
Rising above the Corona Crisis, Facing Fears, Finding Resilience
L.Y. Marlow, is an award-winning author, social entrepreneur and empowerment advocate whose life journey took her from growing up in poverty, teen pregnancy and a legacy of domestic violence to the opulence of corporate America; and now to a life devoted to inspiring other women. If you are ready to face the fear and uncertainty that this moment in history is presenting, this is the podcast for you! Whether you’re experiencing regret, worry or consumed by fear, you can rise above this current crisis and embrace your passion, purpose and power. Use this time of social distancing to rediscover yourself and the personal journey that will prepare you for a life post the "Corona Crisis". Release the women you have always known yourself to be. Listen as LY, guides you beyond fear, helping you step into a more powerful future. There is light at the end of the tunnel - your light!
37 minutes | Mar 5, 2020
We are the voices of power! Motivation for finding your voice!
Denise’s 2020 Vision for the Year, for the Decade! This episode is all inspiration, a kickoff to the New Year! She will talk about Nancy Pelosi, Greta Thunberg, and Harriett Tubman, the voices of the year and of a lifetime. Denise will share with you her motivation for creating a movement, and a podcast called Woman Express! She’ll share tips on how and why you must find and define your own voice, to individually and collectively change the world. It is our time and it is my mission and dream to help you, find your voice and be heard. As a next step and commitment to you Denise will be offering Woman Express Coaching and Women Express retreats, stay tuned!
45 minutes | Dec 13, 2019
Ellen Rogin, CPA, CFP - Creating Money Magic
My talk with Ellen Rogin was really an act of creating Money Magic! We all know that Money can be a mystery and complicated, a source of great stress and confusion. At other times, money can bring tremendous joy and fulfillment. However, even smart successful women can feel fearful and mystified about money. This talk promises to enlighten the way you see and approach money. Ellen shares with us her unique wisdom to creating prosperity and success. Ellen will show you a better way to Creating Prosperity on Purpose and how to make smart money moves that turn your vision into reality. I had so much fun with Ellen! She truly knows how to create MONEY MAGIC! Visit Ellen at: www.ellenrogin.com or grab her books on Amazon
34 minutes | Nov 11, 2019
Robin Gerber - Leadership the Eleanor Roosevelt Way!
Robin Gerber Best Selling Author & Leadership Expert, will share remarkable stories about Eleanor Roosevelt and other women of power. These stories form our conversations about what a woman’s leadership is and looks like. In this podcast we take a look at important stories in Eleanor’s leadership life; using Eleanor as a example for lessons on finding your leadership passion, communicating, networking, embracing risk, mothering as leadership, collaborating, overcoming setbacks and more. Robin is masterful in weaving inspiration and an unprecedented approach so we can find our own leadership path. In this podcast you will learn about leadership and success strategies from stories of great women leaders. This is a must listen. Look for Robin on CNN in a documentary about women leaders in 2020. https://www.robingerber.com
40 minutes | Oct 11, 2019
Susan Burrell – A Journey to - Live An Empowered Life!
Susan Burrell, brings us a thought-provoking conversation answering the questions that we all would like to know, “How do you live an empowered life filled with freedom and happiness” Our conversation is rich, peppered with talks of meditations, intention and the how-to’s of living a mindful life. We take a path to helping you truly see what makes you the authentic you! Susan will share what it means to become more of a strong capable woman by moving from self-doubt into embracing confidence, an empowered voice and having more choice in your life. Susan’s new book; Live An Empowered Life is filled with affirmations, tools and exercises that will lead you to a higher, deeper consciousness, one of self-love and transformation. Discover her Inspirational Empowerment Cards as a companion to the book to give you daily affirmations and inspiration as you navigate your 30-Day Journey. www.susanburrell.com
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