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Best Seneca Women Podcast Network podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Seneca Women Podcast Network podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Each day we aspire to bring you the good news. Because there is good happening in the world, every day, everywhere — we just need to look for it and share it. Here’s Something Good is a short daily podcast that offers inspiring stories, helpful tips and shared experiences to motivate and inspire you every day. We’re letting you in on the best advice we’ve gotten, the news that’s brightening our day, and practical insights from experts and leaders you know and some that you may not, including ...
 
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Are you feeling overwhelmed right now? You aren’t alone. Today we’ll tell why reading books is a simple, inexpensive and easy way to reduce anxiety. Author and “Bookable” podcast host Amanda Stern joins to discuss her favorite books—and offer a few other anti-anxiety tips as well. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-…
 
When countries are ranked in terms of happiness, Denmark is always near the top of the list. So what can we learn from the Danes? Today Onor Hanreck Wilkinson from Copenhagen’s Happiness Research Institute tells why the Danish outlook leads to satisfaction—and how we can all share that attitude. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.ihea…
 
For recent graduates entering this fiercely competitive job market, an internship can confer a distinct advantage. But for many minority and urban youth, internships simply aren’t available. That’s where Urban Alliance comes in, providing the internships that lead to the skills that lead to jobs. We talk to Urban Alliance CEO Eshauna Smith and to B…
 
The force behind movies from The Princess Diaries to Harriet, Debra Martin Chase is the first African American female producer to have a deal at any major studio – ever. In this preview of the fourth episode of our new series, Made By Women, the founder of Martin Chase Productions tells how she triumphed in a notoriously tough industry. Learn more …
 
Resilience—the ability to bounce back from life’s hardships—is a particularly valuable trait right now. The good news is, we all have it to some degree; the better news is we all can learn to be even more resilient. In this episode, we get great insights and advice on resilience from Dr. Emiliana Simon-Thomas, Science Director at the Greater Good S…
 
This past weekend we celebrated the Fourth of July. Men who fought for American independence fill the history books, but now’s a good time to learn about the women who had a major role, like Abigail Adams and Phillis Wheatley. We talk to historian Dr. Arica Coleman. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
The three Black women who make up the String Queens are on a mission to change the audience for classical music—and the perception of what that music should be. Their strategy includes mixing things up, with compositions by everyone from Handel to Adele. We talk to the String Queens’ violinist, Kendall Isadore, about the power of music to heal, ins…
 
Today we’re delighted to share a preview of the third episode of our new series, Made By Women. We talk to Maribel Lieberman, founder of MarieBelle chocolates. Hear how she learned to build an international brand, pivot during economic crisis, and face down even the biggest problems. Enjoy this preview. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://n…
 
After months of closed doors, American cultural institutions are gradually reopening. Italy, which started opening museums in late May, can provide a glimpse of the future. We talked to Karole Vail, director of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, who gave us the good news about what to expect. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news…
 
Here's something ironic about the coronavirus: While it's forced us all to practice social distancing, it’s also brought us together. Across the US, people are forming mutual aid groups to help neighbors with everything from grocery delivery to dog walking. We talk to the founder of a mutual aid group—Dr. Eden Almasude—who is also a Yale psychiatry…
 
Here we are, after being shut down for months, and the US is reopening in stages. If you're feeling both excited and worried, you aren't alone. Psychiatrist Dr. Gail Saltz helps us figure out the brain game of reopening and gives tips on how to manage the newest normal in a way that's best for you. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.i…
 
The LiftFund is one of the largest micro-lending programs in the US, providing entrepreneurs from low-income communities with access to capital and financial training. We hear from LiftFund founder Janie Barrera about how this CDFI works to change lives, and from Bank of America's Sharon Miller about the Bank's commitment to small businesses. Learn…
 
Today we’re thrilled to share a preview of the second episode of our new series: Made By Women. We're showcasing Jane Mosbacher Morris and To The Market. Jane proves it is possible, and profitable, for companies to manufacture products that are ethically made, that protect the environment and lift up workers. And hear how we can each make a differe…
 
June 23rd marks the 48th anniversary of Title IX, which prohibits educational institutions from discriminating on the basis of sex, including participation in school sports. Today we learn about Title IX and also celebrate the birthday of one of the greatest women athletes in track and field— the late, great Wilma Rudolph. Learn more about your ad-…
 
Today is Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the US in 1865. In the wake of the killing of George Floyd, Juneteenth carries a special meaning, as Americans call for racial justice and widespread reform. Seneca Women's Sharon Bowen joins us to discuss one way we can all observe Juneteenth, today and year round. Learn more about your…
 
These are challenging times that call for new ways of thinking. We're excited to announce our new podcast about women and entrepreneurship, Made By Women. Enjoy this preview and a valuable lesson from the twin sisters who founded one of the most fashionable eyewear lines out there, Coco and Breezy. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.i…
 
Father’s Day is going to be different this year. Many of us are still stuck at home, so impulse shopping is out — but reading is having a revival. Today we share book recommendations from Lissa Muscatine, the owner of renowned bookstore Politics and Prose in Washington DC. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertis…
 
If we’re going to find a way out of the pandemic, the answer may come through technology. But there's one problem: the tech industry has a huge gender gap. Today we hear about an amazing organization that's bringing young women into computer science: Girls Who Code. Founder Reshma Saujani tells how the nonprofit is building the next generation of c…
 
We’ve been forming new habits during the long months of the coronavirus—and one that's worth keeping is the revival of the family dinner. The Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Family Dinner Project, psychologist Anne Fishel, shares why meals together are great for physical and mental health — and how dinner-time conversations can strengthen …
 
Uncertainty seems to be the order of the day. It’s hard to stay positive, when we’re yearning for the past or fearing the unknowable future. Dr. Gail Saltz shares the benefits of focusing on the here and now as well as tips that can help relieve our anxiety and provide real psychological benefits. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.ih…
 
Americans really miss restaurants, but the restaurants miss us more. More than 8 million restaurant employees lost their jobs, and four out of 10 restaurants were closed at one point. Harvard Medical student Natalie Guo had an idea to keep restaurants working while getting nutritious meals to frontline workers. We’ll hear about Off Their Plate, a n…
 
Today, amid turmoil and grief as we hear calls for justice and institutional change, we ask ourselves: What is our responsibility as citizens? The bi-partisan non-profit, iCivics, founded by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and today championed by Justice Sonia Sotomayor, teaches youth about civic participation and how to make their voices heard. On thi…
 
The questions a lot of people are asking during these weeks of unrest are: What can I do? And can one person really make a difference? The answer is a resounding yes. Today we learn about Sanford Middle School in Minneapolis and how a simple email calling for food donations led to a surprising result. We hear from Sanford Middle School Principal Am…
 
Public art has the power to heal, as we have seen through the colorful mural painted on the side of Cup Foods in Minneapolis that honors the life of George Floyd. We hear from one of the mural's artists, Greta McLain, about how she uses art as a tool for change and why she made the piece of art that has inspired unprecedented dialogue and others to…
 
As protests over the death of George Floyd continue across the country, we find ourselves looking to the future generations for a way forward. Dr. Dyan Watson joins to discuss the role of education in fighting racial bias and inequality—and the critical role teachers and parents can play in educating children while also educating themselves. Learn …
 
As we confront racial injustice in the US, the question arises: How can each of us make a real difference? Retired Judge Ann Claire Williams has experienced the inequalities of American society—but also seen its progress. She tells how change can happen; it all starts with the individual. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/…
 
The coronavirus has the world asking: Why have women leaders done such a great job in dealing with the pandemic? Pat Mitchell, a legendary leader in her own right—she’s the first woman president of PBS and co-founder of TEDWomen—explains the characteristics of women’s leadership that are crucial at this moment and for the future we all want to see.…
 
We’ve all seen the images of healthcare heroes on the frontlines —but do we really know what they are experiencing? Auctus Productions, a student-founded film company in New York City, dedicates their new film to the experiences of the frontline workers battling the pandemic. Today we share the short documentary, Frontliners: The Impact of COVID-19…
 
In today’s environment, the adage that “knowledge is power” was never more true. Knowledge has the power to quell anxiety and calm fears. One of the biggest concerns right now is how to keep clean and stay safe; we find ourselves worrying that even the simplest tasks we’ve been doing all our lives will have negative consequences. A senior scientist…
 
For years, a bright spot in the American economy has been its women-owned businesses. Andrea Jung, President and CEO of Grameen America, reveals that while women business owners have been hit hard by the pandemic, they're also demonstrating a resilience and sense of optimism we can all learn from. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.ih…
 
The pandemic has inspired a lot of people to go back to the basics. Along with baking and knitting there's a new surge in gardening. In a time of disrupted supply chains, food insecurity and increased levels of anxiety, learn why gardens are sprouting up everywhere as a solution — and the real benefits it can bring to your life. Learn more about yo…
 
It’s hard to believe that Memorial Day weekend is here. Our lives have been paused for months—but there's no better time than now to gather with family and friends, salute frontline workers and military heroes —and take a break from the new normal. Find out why these breaks are so crucial for your mental health and hear some great ways to celebrate…
 
Katie Couric has won just about every journalism award there is, and she's spent her career breaking news and breaking down barriers. So at a time when the world needs trusted and balanced information about the pandemic, Katie Couric Media is providing that through podcasts, videos and her newsletter. Learn why Katie believes women's voices need to…
 
Here we are, more than two months into lockdown, and it’s getting even tougher to power through and stay upbeat through the daily challenges. Psychiatrist Dr. Gail Saltz shares her perspective on dealing with the hardships of the pandemic and gives us a lesson on rebuilding our willpower. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/…
 
The economic crisis has been tough on everyone, and women-owned businesses have been hit particularly hard. Chavonne Hodges, founder of GrillzandGranola, has stayed focused on her mission to bring fitness to women of color; hear how she quickly pivoted to ensure she could continue serving her community during Covid19. To connect with GrillzandGrano…
 
Some may be surprised to learn that care packages are a whole lot more than a box of treats sent to kids at camp. Learn about the original care packages and how the organization behind them, care.org, has pivoted to assist Americans who need aid during the coronavirus pandemic. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-adv…
 
The coronavirus has hit “pause” on much of America and most of us are spending less. Hear about how the innovative company, To The Market, is working with sustainable and ethical manufacturers while keeping overlooked suppliers employed. Learn how your purchases can make the world a better place. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.ihe…
 
For over 50 years Sesame Street has taught millions of kids their ABC’s as well as important lessons about caring, tolerance and dealing with their emotions. Now the beloved residents of Sesame Street are helping children get through the coronavirus. Hear from Sesame Workshop's Sherrie Westin and her special friends about how families can stay safe…
 
May 12th is not only the final day of National Nurses’ Week, but also the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale. We hear from Pam Cipriano, Dean of the UVA School of Nursing and immediate past president of the American Nurses Association, about how today’s nurses are carrying on the legacy of the Lady with the Lamp and what we can all do to honor …
 
The coronavirus has sparked a companion epidemic: insomnia. Sleep, though, could be the self care we all need to regulate mood, increase energy and stay productive during the pandemic. And hear sleep evangelist Arianna Huffington’s top tip to getting a good night’s sleep. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertise…
 
What will it take to get us all through the pandemic? The ability to reframe our perspective just might be the powerful tool we all need right now. We got inspiration from one listener, whose approach provides an insight that science says may have lasting effects. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers…
 
The scenes of hungry people lined up at food banks and the news about so many out-of-work Americans prompted one woman to come up with a solution for both problems: Project Isaiah. But it took a partnership with Gate Gourmet and Bank of America to make the project a nationwide success in just six weeks. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://n…
 
As countries confront Covid-19, doctors around the world are sharing experiences and data. Virtue Foundation, which provides on-the-ground medical assistance and uses data to drive interventions, is also working on an innovative program to make life-saving data available to all. And you can help too. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news…
 
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