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In the Power Done Differently podcast (formally Tell It Like It Is), you’ll meet powerful, passionate women from around the world who are doing power differently. From politicians to artists, entrepreneurs to c-suiters, anti-capitalists to actual royalty, this is no echo-chamber. We explore big things, speak candidly and hold space for disagreement. We laugh with each other and we learn from each other. Because power doesn’t have to corrupt us. It can connect us. It can change everything for ...
 
In the Ellevate Podcast you’ll meet real women having a real impact. Female entrepreneurs, authors, business women, and other inspiring leaders share their experience and takeaways from their careers. Ellevate’s mission is to close the gender achievement gap by bringing more women into positions of leadership. Hosts Sallie Krawcheck and Kristy Wallace, Chair and President of Ellevate Network respectively, interview female leaders to showcase the immense talent these women bring to the table. ...
 
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This week, we sit down with Maria Eitel of the Nike Foundation and discuss the power of the pivot, taking care of yourself in stressful times, and the importance of listening. We cover her career trajectory from the White House to the Girl Effect, as well as how we can all better help girls succeed as they grow.…
 
If you’ve been following the never-ending saga that is Brexit, or even just looked at Twitter at any point during, Gina Miller will be a household name to you. A serial entrepreneur, passionate philanthropist and advocate for responsible capitalism, Gina shot to fame over twice leading successful Supreme Court cases to ensure Brexit be democratical…
 
This week, we celebrate our 250th episode with Dr. Chloe Carmichael and discuss her book, Nervous Energy: Harness the Power of Your Anxiety, as well as the process of dealing with the media while launching a book. She lays out strategies for getting in touch with anxiety and setting boundaries, and explains how anxiety is often related to biochemis…
 
You know how leftovers can sometimes be the best bit of a gutsy meal? Well, it’s the same with podcasts - there’s always rich pickings cut in the editing process, and they’re just too good not to share. I simply had to make a bite-sized episode from some of the best bits I cut from my interview with Tessy Anthony de Nassau, UNAIDS Ambassador, Co-Fo…
 
On this week’s podcast, we sit down with Kathleen Grillo, Michele Cober, and Gabrielle Kohlmeier of Verizon to discuss how they each got their start and ended up at Verizon, how they’ve dealt with the pandemic and the transition to working from home, and the importance of creating an inclusive workplace. We also dive into the history of the Verizon…
 
Joining me on this week’s Power Done Differently is Naomi Smith, CEO of the pro-Europe campaign group Best for Britain, and co-host of one of my favourite podcasts, ‎OH GOD, WHAT NOW? Naomi has been up close on some of the most significant political failures in the UK over the last decade. She was one of the few who predicted that the last election…
 
On this week’s episode, we hear from Susan McPherson and her journey through journalism and to the non-profit world, the importance of building your network to help others, and why it’s essential to nurture the relationships and connections that guide and support us through our lives. She shares tidbits from her recently released book, The Lost Art…
 
Diving right into the controversial topics, renowned biologist, fertility expert, and former Utah State Science Advisor, Dr Carol Curchoe joins me to talk about everything from abortion terminology and vaccine denialism to the challenges of STEM cell research in the US. A high school dropout with a complicated family background, Dr Curchoe didn’t t…
 
This week, we connect with Cassandra Rae Pittman. She explains how people can create the positive change we seek in the world, what power means to her, and how we can refrain from cutting ourselves off from the impact we can truly achieve. Cassandra gets into the importance of having tough, yet productive conversations about politics by leading thr…
 
It feels like the entire world is talking about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, whether they watched the Oprah interview or not, and while I'm not one for royal gossip, I am interested in what it can tell us about discussions of power and the ways in which women in the public eye are portrayed for trying to do things differently. In watching the me…
 
On this week’s episode, we chat with Jennifer Bisceglie, Founder and CEO of Interos, as she takes us through her fascinating journey starting out as one of the very few women in the tech industry. She gives us a breakdown of the global supply chain industry, discusses artificial intelligence and the impact of it in the workplace, and explains how c…
 
You don’t need to figure out everything on your own, that’s the message of this week’s Power Done Differently guest, Kristy Wallace. Kristy is a former investment banker, turned startup executive, who is now CEO of Ellevate Network, the world’s largest professional network for women, alongside serving as host of the Ellevate Podcast: Conversations …
 
This week, we sit down with Shibani Joshi, National Business and Technology Journalist, who shares the importance of introspection and exploration to discover your true self. Shibani talks about how to advance your skillset and dig deeper into your passions to truly advocate for yourself and explains why it's important to build a safe space to fail…
 
This week’s Power Done Differently guest is on a mission to get people drinking better, and talking more. Former ad executive, turned entrepreneur, Dee Charlemagne is Co-Founder of AVEC Drinks, a line of premium, better for you mixers that bring 21st century values to a market still mostly stuck in the past. A first generation American, born and ra…
 
On this week's episode we chat with Tammy Tibbetts and Christen Brandt, the Co-Founders of She's The First, a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding, funding, and supporting solutions to educate and empower girls. Tammy and Christen share their thoughts on the pandemic's effects on young girls and their education. They illustrate their journey…
 
Imagine being told you only had five years to live unless you ditched your high-stress lifestyle ASAP. Well, that’s exactly what happened to high-flying entrepreneur and former tech marketing exec Jennifer LeBlanc. Jenn is the Founder and CEO of Palo Alto-based ThinkResults Marketing, ranked as the 10th fastest growing private company in Silicon Va…
 
This week we sit down with Chana Ginelle Ewing, Founder and CEO of GEENIE and author of “An ABC of Equality.” Chana discusses how viewing business through a cultural lens has driven her to create progress and change in the community, and how business leaders can use entrepreneurship as a key to moving culture within the world forward. She shares th…
 
Quite the opposite of many of my Power Done Differently guests, Divya Gugnani never had huge aspirations growing up. Instead, all she wanted was to be a mid-level lawyer living in suburban utopia; white picket fence and all. But 60+ investments and a talent for co-founding successful start-ups are proof of her ‘accidental’ entrepreneurial story, an…
 
Deliberate, brazen and direct, Anna Soubry is one of the most outspoken figures in UK politics, and yet she’s also someone who refuses to get her fingers dirty in the cesspits of populist extremism. In this week’s Power Done Differently episode, the former barrister, journalist, MP and Government Minister joins me as we dissect the decline, and tri…
 
Everybody watches porn. Nobody talks about watching porn. Former BBH America Chair Cindy Gallop is adamant that this needs to change, and since her 2009 Ted Talk on socialising sex went viral, she’s been driving the discourse on that area we’re all the “most f*cked up” about. The Founder of the world’s first crowdsourced social sex platform, Make L…
 
Ok, the cat’s out of the bag: Tell It Like It Is... is no more. But don’t worry, you'll still get your weekly dose of echo-chamber free conversations that keep you thinking for days to come. We’ve been on a sabbatical, learned a lot of things about ourselves and have come back more grown up, more nuanced, and ready to embrace our own power with a b…
 
On this week's episode, we sit down with Megha Desai, the President of Desai Foundation, a public foundation dedicated to elevating the health and livelihood of women and children through community programs in the U.S. and India. Megha describes her inspiring story about shifting her successful career from corporate advertising to the nonprofit/imp…
 
In my final replay before season two, I simply had to reshare this delicious bite-sized episode with Andrea Gamson, Co-Founder of Social Starters and winner of the WISE100 award. Andrea gave me so much brilliant content as you’ll remember that I couldn’t cram it all into the first episode! While both episodes were full of sage advice, this bonus ep…
 
A woman of colour will be the Vice President of the United States tomorrow. Read that again. No coup attempt could stand in the way of that monumental diversification of power and we need to talk about it again. On this special episode, originally aired days after the November election, I was joined by a quartet of leading women in politics to disc…
 
A facist coup, an impending impeachment and a Twitter ban for Trump - January 2021 has seen the political discourse of the last 4 years come to a violent head. This episode, recorded last year with the Lincoln Project’s Tara Setmayer is now more relevant than ever, as we approach the inauguration ceremony encased in a cloud of volatility. But it's …
 
Deep breaths everybody - we made it to 2021. What a year 2020 has been. A lot of pain for a lot of people, and some joy too, certainly for me. I’m so grateful to the awesome women who have agreed to share their time, both on the episodes released to date and in the brilliant content I’ve got coming your way in 2021. While I take a few weeks off ove…
 
You know how leftovers can sometimes be the best bit of a gutsy meal? Well, it’s the same with a big plate of podcast - there’s always rich pickings in the editing process, and they’re just too good not to share. We simply had to make a delicious bite-sized episode for international lawyer Amanda Brill, because she had so much to talk about. In thi…
 
This week, we chat with Ahlia Tillman Kitwana, founder of Little Black Buddha. She shares her career path that led her to being a woman in tech. Ahlia describes how important the power of community is, especially as an entrepreneur. She dives deeper into her dynamic approach when it comes to helping people discover their superpowers.…
 
How much is a single year of your life worth? It may surprise you to learn the government has a price...and it’s probably less than you think.. Discover the shocking truth about the economic value of human beings, with health-tech pioneer Maryline Marquet. Maryline is the VP of Operations for APACMed, the Asia-Pacific Medical Technology Association…
 
On this week's episode, we sit down with Michelle Westfort, the Senior Vice President at InStride. Michelle talks about her passion for education and explains what employers can do to support their workforce from now into the future. She discusses the steps on how to revolutionize roles and the importance of defining the word "opportunity" and how …
 
Jennifer Dowling Rowe is a wearer of many hats. She’s the Co-Founder of Headwaters Volatility Solutions, a pioneering hedge fund alternative, she’s a marathon runner, and oh yes - she’s a mother to six children! Find out how she’s managed (hint - it’s not about being perfect).. Jenny and I dive headfirst into why running a business is like a marria…
 
On this week's episode, we sit down with Maya Goodall, Senior Director of English Language Curriculum at Rosetta Stone, and we discuss her journey of career change as a teacher, coach, start-up founder, and her senior role at one of the world's largest language learning platforms. She shares an experience that became the catalyst to ask herself to …
 
What would you do if you were told your hair dye was the cause of your chronic skin condition, and the chemicals from it would remain in your body for months after use? For Dr. Manisha Singal, Hospital Chief Medical Officer, and Co-Founder of the prestige skincare company Aaethera Beauty, the answer lay beyond a cocktail of synthetic medications, a…
 
On this Best Of Giving Tuesday edition, Veena Jayadeva, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Guardian and Sarah Degnan Kambou, PhD, CEO & President, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), join us to talk about women's role in global development, understanding marginalized communities and how they change, as well as how you can pic…
 
There’s something unnerving about the phrase ‘mild cocaine habit’, but Lisa Kohn owns it. She opens up with me about the stories behind her latest book, 'To the Moon and Back: A Childhood Under the Influence in which she details her turbulent childhood and early adulthood as a cult survivor', and her battle with addiction. There’s so much in Lisa’s…
 
This week, we sit down with Maria Hinojosa, anchor and executive producer of Latino USA on National Public Radio and one of America's most renowned Latina journalists, where she shares her experiences becoming the first Latina at NPR and what it was like to be a young journalist sitting in editorial meetings. Maria also talks about the catalyst tha…
 
Imagine a consulting firm, but instead of crafting powerpoints and spreadsheets, you help teams connect and collaborate….with food! Well, that’s what Michal Levison has done by launching (or should we say ‘lunching’) Seasoned Moments. Michal has been on a mission to use food as a gateway to create relationships, fight burnout and fuel innovation. S…
 
On this episode, we sit down with Linda Fisk, Co-Founder of LeadHERship Global, as she discusses the important ways to lift one another up and support other businesses as leaders in the world. She shares the true power of partnership and explains how creating connections, understanding and respecting a partner's strength, and building transparency …
 
A woman of colour will be the Vice President of the United States. This is monumental for the diversification of power and we need to talk about it. On this special episode, I’m joined by a quartet of leading women in politics to discuss the result of the 2020 US Presidential Election. What does it mean to see the first woman hold the office of Vic…
 
On this week's episode, we sit down with Teresa Carlson, the Vice President of Worldwide Public Sector at Amazon Web Services, and discuss her career path and journey into the tech world. She shares advice on how to best showcase your strengths to managers or potential companies, the impact of working with non-profits, and the importance of innovat…
 
BAFTA Award winning Executive Immersive/XR Producer and fellow transatlantic import Muki Kulhan joins me to talk about her 20 year career creating groundbreaking content for music, broadcasting, and entertainment. Muki and I delve into everything from her time developing mobile games for The Osbournes (yes, those Osbournes) to the benefits of virtu…
 
It's not often someone switches careers as drastically as Frankee Adams. She’s gone from anti-sexual violence advocate to perfume entrepreneur by way of a fast-paced career in sales, building her own brand and business model from scratch, launching the perfume subscription service Bare & Bond. Frankee shares with me what it means to look after your…
 
On this week's episode, we are doing another recap of one of our best segments from Mobilize Women Week! Now, more than ever, it's critical to stay educated and engage in community efforts. Our Women and Politics speakers, Aditi Juneja (Counsel at Protect Democracy), Bushra Amiwala (Youngest Muslim Elected Official in the US), Christine Hallquist (…
 
If elected, Dianne Morales would be the first woman, and woman of colour to be Mayor of New York City. She’s been challenging the white dudes in suits tropes we’ve seen since the beginning of time her whole career. The former CEO of a community driven non-profit, Dianne wants to shake up the system from the top down, and describes herself as 'an al…
 
When leading media consultant Aradhna Tayal is feeling that ever-present voice of imposter syndrome (oh yes, it affects her too despite having 12 years at the BBC under her belt), you know what she does? She gets out her CV, looks at her achievements and says to herself, "I am AWESOME!". What a tactic! In this episode, Aradhna and I talk about dive…
 
On this week's episode, we are highlighting one of our favorite segments from Mobilize Women Week! Paula Avila Guillen, Executive Director at Women's Equality Center, and Kristy Wallace, CEO of Ellevate Network dive deep into unexpected circumstances in our lives that propel us to re-evaluate our priorities. Paula discusses how the pandemic has aff…
 
On this week's episode, we are joined by Nancy LeaMond, Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer of AARP, for an important conversation on how millions of caregivers keep both our economy and our families supported and how organizations can continue to support caregivers in the workforce. This episode was sponsored by AARP Family Caregiving.…
 
Tessy Antony de Nassau is a former Princess of Luxembourg, but that’s honestly the least interesting thing about her! She’s also a humanitarian, activist and social entrepreneur who is currently pursuing a PHD in integrative medicine. Tessy and I talk about combating burnout and depression in public, people wanting her to work for free, and the lau…
 
On this week's episode, we are highlighting one of our favorite segments from Mobilize Women Week in August 2020 to you! Wendy Gonzalez, Interim CEO of Samasource and Kristy Wallace, CEO of Ellevate Network dive deep into unexpected circumstances in our lives that propel us to re-evaluate our priorities. Wendy explains the importance and impact of …
 
It’s time to rethink our biases. This week, I invited Republican Tara Setmayer, Conservative Political Commentator, podcaster and Senior Advisor to the Lincoln Project, to a brilliant conversation which transcends political boundaries. Despite sticking points on less comfortable topics such as abortion, this episode really highlights how we have fa…
 
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