If you love writing, blogging, photography, creating content — and having control of your future while developing your own business — we think you will enjoy hearing how Lauryn Evarts created her blog and brand, The Skinny Confidential.
Gilly Macmillan wrote her first novel, What She Knew, as a challenge to herself. Sitting down with a goal of 1,000 words a day, she spent time extracting her story day after day after day—without any formal education. But, Gilly believed in herself and gave the task everything she could. A handful of queries later,…
Ida is founder of Clue, the world’s fastest growing period tracking and fertility app. She’s on a mission to help women become more aware of, and friendlier with, their bodies.
It’s been said that Jen Welter helped conquer the “final frontier for women in sports” when she accepted a job as the linebackers coach for the Arizona Cardinals during the franchise’s 2015 pre-season. This was a move that cemented her legacy as the first-ever female coach in the NFL—and it was with this move that…
After “trying on” a variety of internships and roles, including time in the public sector, Sydney Thomas realized she wanted to be the one making the decisions about where to invest money for the most impact instead of the person asking for the investments.
Imagine living in a winery with 50 acres of vineyards to stroll through during evening moonlit hours. This is a dream winemaker Lauren Belden and her husband, Nate, have brought to life with Belden Barns, a Sonoma winery.
Jay Newton-Small is co-founder and CEO of MemoryWell, a network of professional journalists using their writing talents to tell the stories of those suffering from Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
In episode 59 we speak with Grace Kraaijvanger, the founder of The Hivery, a women’s co-working space located in Mill Valley, California.
Oftentimes the answers we are searching for can be found within us. And this was certainly the case for Sadie Lincoln, the co-founder and CEO of Barre3, a bar-based fitness program with more than 130 locations worldwide.
In episode 56 of I Want Her Job: The Podcast, we speak with SheEO Founder Vicki Saunders about the power of funding women.