January 25, 2021
Meet the founders of Stilettos and Sneakers, a new, intergenerational resource that is tackling fear of failure and the "imposter syndrome" from the perspective of a sneaker-sports-focused Millennial and a high-heeled, legally-trained Baby Boomer -- with honesty and humor. This interview with Janice Zarro and her grandniece, Nicole Spiotta, was one of our most-listened-to episodes. Joining the interview is original co-host Monica Doyle, Anne's Millennial niece. Two Millennials and two Baby Boomers tackling how three generations of ambitious women can help each other power up!
January 18, 2021
Even during the best of times, young women just beginning to spread their wings need all the encouragement and guidance they can get. But at this moment, when the whole world seems to be in crisis, support and mentoring from other women can be life-changing.
That's why the SHE FACTOR, created by powerhouse Mother/Daughter duo Heidi and Tori Ganahl to give young women the tools and community they need to create a life they love has already reached over one million Gen Z's. With Heidi's track record as the founder of the wildly successful Camp Bow Wow franchise and 24-year-old Tori grappling herself with the challenges young women face, it's no wonder their live/virtual events, training, book, podcast and movement are growing fast.
January 14, 2021
Is it possible to make money investing in companies that have a commitment to positively impacting our society and the environment? My guest this week, Karina Funk, named one of the Most Influential Women in Finance, has proven that it is. In this episode, Karina shares her perspective on ESG (Environmental, Social & Governance), how women, as individual investors and board members or senior executives, can influence where money is invested, and the leadership power of Motherhood.
December 28, 2020
Kate Davis, deputy editor of Fast Company magazine & host of "Secrets of the Most Productive People," joins Anne & Dana to talk about her recent commentary, Whitmer vs Cuomo, which examines the dramatically different media coverage and public reactions to the pandemic leadership of two governors, as a high profile example of the systemic sexism that American women at all levels still face.
Photo credits: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images (Whitmer); Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images (Cuomo)
December 6, 2020
Robin Terry, CEO of Detroit's Motown Museum and granddaughter of museum-founder Esther Gordy Edwards, shares the magical and little known story of the Motown women who helped launch some of the most beloved music in the world. Founder Barry Gordy is the first to acknowledge that Motown music would never have happened without them, beginning with his Big Sister!
November 9, 2020
Women's basketball, led by the WNBA, powerhouse college programs and star supporters, is building momentum. The athletes are taller, faster, stronger and highly-skilled and the fan base is growing. Something else is changing, too. Similar to USA Women's Hockey and the USA Women's' Soccer team, WNBA players are beginning to flex their collective power to address gender inequities and social issues. The WNBA Players Association dedicated their 2020 season to the Black Lives Matter movement, but that was just the beginning of their collective activism in the wake of multiple deaths of African Americans at the hands of police and a presidential battle for the soul of America. Elizabeth Williams of the Atlanta Dream and Natalie Achonwa of the Indiana Fever share what they've learned about leadership, using your power and never settling!
November 2, 2020
Sarey Ruden, fed up with the vulgar, mean and often threatening responses she has received from men on dating apps, finally had enough. The Detroit-based creative artist used her skill (and sense of humor!) to turn online harassment into compelling art. In the process, she created a growing movement of women rebelling against this new form of toxic sexual harassment. She also discovered that online platforms find women who complain more problematic then misbehaving men! You'll love the "good trouble" this "dating disruptor" is stirring up with her Sarey Tales and Tedx talk.
October 25, 2020
Carla Walker Miller, CEO of one of the fastest growing women-owned companies in the country, is on a mission to introduce diverse populations to energy efficiency -- for their homes and for career opportunities. She's equally passionate about building the next generation of women and seizing this defining moment to talk about and tackle racism.