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Radio Recap: Barbara Corcoran

In 1973, struggling waitress, Barbara Corcoran, received a $1,000 loan from an ex-boyfriend to open a real estate business selling apartments in Manhattan—and The Corcoran Group was born. By the mid-1970s, Barbara was publishing The Corcoran Report featuring real estate data developments in [Read More]

April 20th, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: Women in Tech Summit

In 10 days Philadelphia will open its arms to the annual Women in Tech Summit, a two-day conference which aims to inspire, educate and connect women in the tech industry. The event will be a combo of workshops, panel discussions, and networking, all culminating into [Read More]

April 12th, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: Women’s March + Public Radio

Bob Bland is a New York City fashion designer and the CEO and founder of Manufacture New York—a social enterprise geared at rethinking the fashion ecosystem with new ways of promoting indie apparel companies and local textile production for the 21st century. And if [Read More]

April 5th, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: Defy Ventures + 5 to 9 Podcast

Catherine Hoke is the founder and CEO of Defy Ventures, a United States-backed nonprofit that transforms the street hustle skills of the formerly incarcerated into legal entrepreneurship. During Defy’s first year, they recruited 1,000 business executives who invested 8,000+ hours to help Entrepreneurs in Training—or [Read More]

March 29th, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: Gwynnie Bee + 3D Printed Knitwear

Following the big successes of Netflix, Airbnb, and Lyft, the sharing and rental model is causing disruption in more niche industries, such as shaving products, LEGOS, and even women’s apparel—a $120 billion industry alone. While there are already women’s apparel and rental subscription services on the market, [Read More]

March 22nd, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: Isabel Castilla + Lisette Titre-Montgomery

Isabel Castilla is a Principal designer at James Corner Field Operations, where she’s leading the Section 4 redesign of New York City’s innovative High Line, a 23-city block elevated railway reclaimed as a public space. She’s also the Principal on Miami’s Underline, a 10-mile long corridor [Read More]

March 15th, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: Work, Pause, Thrive + Wine N Dine App

The ever-elusive work/life balance is difficult to attain when the workplace has still not adjusted to the realities of working parents—particularly for women. Today, only 48% of mothers work-full time. In the meantime, 64 million Millennials are expected to become parents in the next decade. While women are [Read More]

March 9th, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: BanterGirl + SHEROES

By Wikipedia’s standards only 13% of women make up their list of ‘American Stand-up Comedians’, but my first guest aims to change that. BanterGirl is the brainchild of comedian, actor, writer, and producer Trish Nelson. Born out of a successfully crowdfunded campaign, an unexpected internship, [Read More]

February 22nd, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: Kathleen Stetson + Stephanie Breedlove

Figuring out what to do in a town where arts and entertainment thrive can be a real pain—especially when you don’t know where to look. Luckily there’s Trill which gives you all the current information on performing arts happenings around town all at your fingertips. From music [Read More]

February 16th, 2017|Radio|

Radio Recap: Sallie Krawcheck + SCAD Augmented Reality

If Own It: The Power of Women at Work is not already the number one book on your 2017 reading list, it should be. Often called the ‘Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street,’ former CEO of Merrill Lynch Wealth, Smith Barney, and Citi Wealth Management, [Read More]

February 8th, 2017|Radio|