Joi has served as the CEO for Dress for Success for the past two decades. The organization, which spans more than 156 cities in dozens of countries is often referred to as the ‘Starbucks of the nonprofit world.’
Lucienne Ide, M.D., Ph.D. began her career as a physicist working for a mobile company and then transitioned to another industry—venture capital. After hearing repeated requests from large companies regarding the urgent need to help manage the cost of diabetes, she came up with the idea of Rimidi, a cloud-based digital health startup focused on…
Maaria Mozaffar didn’t like what her advocacy and legal work was shining a light on—that often times throughout the political process, marginalized communities and their members can get left behind. Being one who likes to take action, Civil Rights Attorney Maaria Mozaffar decided to make an impact with her day job and her passion projects….
With more than 378,000 YouTube subscribers and a popular travel vlog, Hey Nadine, Nadine Sykora is a go-to for adventure advice and travel tips.
As the founder of Better, a technology company that helps people get their out-of-network medical bills paid, Rachael Norman and her team are disrupting the medical industry.
In January, TIME magazine’s cover dubbed Shireen Ghorbani and nearly 50 other first-time female political candidates as “The Avengers.” But Ghorbani is less make-believe Marvel and more a marvel—a working mother, a longtime champion of women in her community, and the type of person who always has a pot of coffee on, a kitchen full…
Yasmine Mustafa was 30 years old when she took a 6-month leave of absence to go backpacking through South America. It was her “reward trip” after becoming a U.S. citizen and selling her first company. “As incredible as it was, it was also disheartening because … I kept encountering women that would share these stories…
Amanda Joy Ravenhill works as the executive director of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, an organization founded to remember and implement the ideas of R. Buckminster Fuller, a renowned 20th Century inventor and visionary.
Heather Freiser’s role as the Vice President of Branded Content for career website, The Muse, puts her squarely in the role of creating videos and articles that share stories in unique and captivating ways.
This week on the podcast we talk to Gillian Morris, the founder of Hitlist, an app that sends travel listings based on your time, destination and budget.