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Former FBI Agent and Corporate Security professional, Allison Sands describes the soft skills she teaches in her company, Project Hummingbird to derail violence and potentially life-threatening confrontation. Everything from police and front line workers to individuals in daily life are covered in this conversation. Listen and stay safe.…
 
Elissa Fisher Harris shares her childhood story steeped in adversity and how she channeled that into stepping outside of herself to help others. Her podcast, "A World On Purpose," features people who have pivoted to living a life of purpose and helping others, and her position as Chief Impact Strategist and Partner of 5th Element Group where they u…
 
Helen Knost tells Dr. Nancy her story of multiple cancer diagnoses and her progress of fighting it and recovering and doing what doctors said she wouldn't do, her discovery and work with the Livestrong Foundation and her new business using skills of being a friend to others and helping them make the world a better place, which she named "My Friend …
 
Libby Tyson is heading up The Women Writing History: A Coronavirus Journaling Project for the National Women's History Museum. She tells Nancy why she chooses to work as a curator and archivist, why history is important as the story of humanity for future generations and what she finds hopeful about the journals currently submitted during the pande…
 
Anne Beiler shares her life's story of growing up in a loving Amish household, living a fairy tale life, then losing her daughter in an instant. The journey through abuse, and out again, starting the largest soft pretzel franchise in the world, Auntie Anne's Pretzels, then turning the whole experience into her life's purpose to help others "Overcom…
 
Dr. Barbara Walker Green shares her insight into the importance of being accountable for your actions and of the power that women have when we come together. We are born sheroes and her new book and website urge women to unite and contribute to the Shero Nation to promote positive change for women and all people of the world.…
 
Rachel Feldman tells about what it's like to be a female director in Hollywood and about her new screenplay "LILLY," a political thriller which tells the personal story of fair pay icon Lilly Ledbetter who took her case against Good Year Tire Company to the Supreme Court and to Congress to get the fair pay act passed in 2009.…
 
Award-winning financial journalist, Stacey Tisdale shares insights into how our attitudes about money are formed in childhood and why it's important for us to change them to our advantage, For Example: only 7% of women graduates negotiate the pay of their first job and it costs $500,000 by the age of 60. Also introduction of Wealth Wednesdays, a pr…
 
Dr. Sheila Robinson founded Diversity Woman Media to help promote diversity and inclusion in corporations and help women of all colors, cultures and backgrounds achieve equality in the workplace. She provides her perspective of how systemic racism holds us back and how we can overcome it with systems that promote diversity and inclusion like the mo…
 
Angelina Rosario tells her inspiring story of how heart break and near death transformed her life into one of purpose dedicated to showing women how they can transform pain into purpose. Angelina shares her story with others and tools for a successful life through her book, Thank You for Walking Away, her website "She Fixes Crowns," and her podcast…
 
Phyllis Chesler talks about the feminist movement of the late sixties, her history with writing and feminism and how she sees women today. She wrote her new book, Requiem for a Female Serial Killer to dispel the myth that women choose to be prostitutes instead of being trafficked or abused into a life not of their free will. The running theme of th…
 
Roxi Hewertson tells Dr. Nancy O'Reilly the key points in her new book, Hire Right Fire Right, and how companies get it wrong by not spending enough time preparing for the interview and relying on outdated methods that result in expensive failures. Roxi says that hiring is relational, not transactional and developing a relationship with new hires i…
 
A. Margot Blair tells about her journey from a childhood complicated by adversity and allowing her circumstances to define who she is to discovering her value and calling as a young adult. Margot turned that calling to partnership and collaboration with major organizations and founded DiscoverHer to help teens and young women get beyond their own a…
 
Sharon Melnick, PhD, tells Dr. Nancy how a woman's power is found at the intersection of her skills of resilience, confidence and influence, and it's through using these that a woman advances in her career. Importantly, when a woman advances, she brings others along with her. Dr. Sharon founded her virtual coaching business, Next Level Leader to he…
 
Michele Weldon tells her childhood story of how she started her first newspaper at 10, starting a lifetime of story telling as a career journalist. Her award-winning essays are published everywhere and this collection reflects on Life, Work and Meaning. Michele hopes it will provide a respite for these chaotic times, help people relocate their drea…
 
Renessa Boley-Layne tells the story of how she worked for years as a highly paid engineer, then management consultant and other jobs she hated, until she found her gift: helping others find their gifts and purpose. Then she founded The Perfect Academy and wrote the book, "Fast Lane Wrong Direction" to share her story and help others make the u-turn…
 
Dr. Sheila Robinson tells how her company Diversity Woman Media helps organizations use diversity and inclusion to deliver results, and women advance their careers through her magazine and annual conference. Power Forward, the Diversity Business Women's Leadership Conference is virtual this year on October 8 and 9. Listen for more information and r…
 
Rachel Vogelstein tells Dr. Nancy O'Reilly about the formation of the National Women's History Museum, the online curricula and resources it provides for students and why it's important to include women who shaped our nation in its history books, to serve as role models for future generations of girls.…
 
Krista Peryer tells how The Geek Foundation, which she co-founded helps underserved people learn about different opportunities in the tech industry, how well-paying jobs are always available and many do not require a 4-year college degree. The Geek Foundation has provided free training through grant funds and plans to provide more. Krista's goal is…
 
Felicia Davis is a riveting speaker, author and award-winning leadership coach who works with emerging and experienced women leaders to develop effective leadership brands, compelling communication skills and the confidence to show up and be the leader they want to be. She tells Dr. Nancy what keeps women from using their voice and how leaders must…
 
Stacy Jurado-Miller has a radical idea that if we apply our passion to a mission-driven business, we can transform the traditional profit-driven business model and change the world for good. She shares her ideas of what makes a great leader and why success and profits are guaranteed if we create businesses to fix the issue we can't ignore.…
 
Stephanie Rimmer talks about the reforms she is convinced will transform our government into a body that serves the interests of the people, not the politicians. She is running for Congress in the 6th District of Arizona. Listen to find out her personal story, and more about her life of community service and the passion behind her bid for a Congres…
 
Monica Nyiraguhabwa tells the story of her life as a young girl in the slums of Kampala, Uganda, and how the injustices she faced because of a culture that does not value girls inspired her to change the lives of young girls. She co-founded Girl Up Initiative Uganda to help girls find their voices, and be empowered to lead, thrive and share their k…
 
Corporate gender strategist Jeffery Tobias Halter talks with Dr. Nancy O'Reilly about why having more women in corporate leadership is important and why they cannot do it without men, who are currently 80% of leadership. Motivations and strategies for getting more women into management are outlined in addition to his book, WHY WOMEN: The Leadership…
 
Sarah, Duchess of York and Dr. Nancy O'Reilly share ideas and stories about how philanthropy and giving can become a lifestyle. The Duchess tells how she founded a refugee camp, created Little Red, a doll to benefit children harmed in disasters, and many more. The theme of kindness to others, listening and giving hope to others is discussed as a wa…
 
Pat Mitchell and Dr. Nancy O'Reilly discuss the principles in her new book, Becoming a Dangerous Woman: Embracing Risk to Change the World--what it means to be a dangerous woman in a dangerous world, working together to solve crisis as a world-wide community, and how the most dangerous thing to do is to show up for another woman. This is a call to …
 
Trudy Bourgeois challenges women to stop blaming men and each other for keeping us from achieving leadership and equality, and start playing. It’s time to create our individual consciousness and find a shared voice. Trudy and Dr. Nancy discuss women's responsibility to have courageous conversations and to cross differences to support one another. T…
 
Terra Renee tells Dr. Nancy O'Reilly her personal story that lead her to found African American Women in Cinema (AAWIC) to provide jobs for women of color in the entertainment industry, her role models, Dr. Martin Luther King and Mama Sarah Obama, and how her larger purpose of helping others is inspiring her to produce films and continue supporting…
 
Dr. Lois Frankel, President of Corporate Coaching International, and Dr. Nancy O'Reilly share ideas about the progress of women reaching equal leadership in business and the world. Dr. Lois tells her personal story from being told college was a waste of money to successful entrepeneur and best-selling author, and gives insights into what women need…
 
Luz Reyes Martin talks about her childhood as an immigrant when she watched her undocumented classmates fear being separated from their parents and how it taught her how government can affect the lives of the people it serves. Now, she is President of the Santa Barbara Women's Political Committee, a non-partisan group that helps get women elected t…
 
Barclay DeVeau is a writer, producer and director who has won several awards for film production including two Emmys. She tells the story of her career as a child actress and fledgling movie maker, famous directors who mentored her and how gender bias holds women back in the movie industry in spite of the statistics that show women-led movies show …
 
Aurora Winter tells about the ideas in her new book, Thought Leader Launch: 7 Ways to Make 7 Figures with Your Million-Dollar Message, and why people need to figure out their Massive Transformative Purpose to become a great leader. She tells her own purpose and why she loves to help others find theirs and teach them the skills to make them successf…
 
Dr. Anita Perez Ferguson talks about what makes women effective public speakers, what her research showed about how women and minorities get to the C-Suite of Fortune 500 companies and why women need to support one another on issues they share. She also describes who can benefit from reading her new book, Women Seen and Heard Speaker's Journal, tha…
 
David Robb tells how his mentors: his grandparents and parents instilled in him the spirit of giving and looking at the people of the world as one big family. He has founded the cruise line Utopia, as a luxury yacht with 190 private suites, plus a 5-star hotel and resort with a central mission of philanthropy to join people together to help the peo…
 
Ed Martin tells about his career as a marketing professional at fortune 500 companies and how he created omni-wins for the company and the charitable organizations seeking funds through engaging their help in marketing research. Now as Chief Omni-Win Officer for 5th Element Group he continues to link causes with funds and solutions to solve some of…
 
Rayona Sharpnack shares the background behind her lifetime work toward achieving complete gender partnership between men and women and why it's an integral part of the solution to problems that threaten our world. Having taught or coached over 20,000 people in business and government, Rayona has founded and serves as CEO to two institutes for the e…
 
Jamia Wilson tells her life story and what propelled her to be the writer, outspoken advocate for feminism and social change that she is today. Jamia says yes to opportunities to use her voice and that includes being the youngest and first woman of color to publish and serve as executive director of the Feminist Press. A prolific author and speaker…
 
Tabby Biddle tells how she found her inner power and now works with women to find their power and coaches them to speak on the TEDx stage and other influential leadership platforms. She also talks about how 50 Women Can Change the World in Media and Entertainment transformed many women's careers and more cohort gatherings in Hollywood to amplify wo…
 
Paige Oxendine talks about how she was instilled with good values and the importance of contributing to your community. She co-founded a women's network called Rosie to connect women with opportunities and works at MSU's e-Factory to help entrepeneurs discover the next big thing--all work to do well while doing good and helping women claim their po…
 
Sarah Acer tells her personal story about how she came to be passionate about serving the under-served communities; the founding of her company, Align Communication & Creative, which is a women-owned collective that works with organizations to challenge the status quo, solve complex problems and drive social change; and Solve4XX an initiative that …
 
Kathy Caprino tells her personal story of how she was successful as a corporate vice president, but unhappy in life, and her journey to figure out who she is and what she wanted to do in life. As an executive coach, she helps others do the same, close their own power gaps and finding bravery to pursue their life's purpose.…
 
Successful NYC advertising professional, Cheryl Benton tellls the story behind her founding The Three Tomatoes.com, a multi-media platform for women who aren't kids any more. She also talks about the benefits to women from Dr. Nancy's book, In This Together, saying that it should be required reading for corporations, and the results of a survey fro…
 
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