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  • #22 – Lydia Denworth – What do you do when your son can't hear?

    · 01:16:41 · The Role Models Podcast

    Lydia Denworth is an author, science journalist, and speaker. Lydia’s most recent book of popular science is I Can Hear You Whisper. The book is a memoir of her youngest son’s deafness and her subsequent exploration of sound and language and the brain. Reviewers called it “rigorous,” “enthralling,” “tender” and “luminous." She is working on her third book--about the biology and evolution of friendship--and writes regularly for Scientific American and Psychology Today. Her work has also appeared in Newsweek, Time, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Parents, Vogue, and many other publications. Lydia and I talked about her journey of becoming a journalist and reporter – first for Newsweek, then as the London Bureau Chief of People Magazine during the time of Princess Diana’s fatal accident. About her return to the United States, of becoming a mother three times, and learning that her youngest son is deaf. Connect with Lydia: http://lydiadenworth.com/mailing-list/Follow her on Twitter https://twitter.com/LydiaDenworth and Facebook http://fb.me/ScienceWriterLydiaHer Brain Waves blog for Psychology Today https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/brain-waves]Her website http://www.lydiadenworth.comSpecial thanks to our patrons on Patreon:Megan Quinn who supports Code2040: http://www.code2040.orgAnna Caroline who coaches leaders in Berlin: http://truthcircles.com/Tim Herbig https://twitter.com/herbigtJohannes Kleske https://johanneskleske.com/Caoimhe Keogan https://twitter.com/caoimhekeoganEileen Williams https://www.switchup.de/stromvergleichIf you want to help us create The Role Models Podcast in the future, become a patron and chip in $1, $3, $5, or $10 per episode. Read more about the different tiers and rewards on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rolemodels

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  • #21 – How Alex Constantinople became the CEO of The Outcast Agency

    · 01:16:50 · The Role Models Podcast

    Alex Constantinople is the CEO of The Outcast Agency that works with clients like Airbnb, Instagram, Spotify, Facebook, or Patagonia.Alex started her career as a publicist for CNN, NBC, followed by marketing and communications roles at GE before switching coasts to join Wired Magazine and eventually The Outcast Agency, first as their COO and then as CEO. Alex is based in San Francisco and the mother of 3.In this episode we talk about Alex's favorite books, how she prepared herself and the company for her sabbatical, or how she has learned to take time away from the day-to-day to assess life and work and much much more.Follow Alex on Twitter:https://twitter.com/ConstantAlexBooks mentioned in this episode:Margeret Atwood – Oryx and Crakehttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/46756.Oryx_and_CrakeGretchen Rubin - The Happiness Projecthttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6398634-the-happiness-projectW. Somerset Maugham – The Razor’s Edgehttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/31196.The_Razor_s_EdgeTim Rath – The Strengths Finder 2.0https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/56454.Strengths_Finder_2_0 Bruce Springsteen – Born To Runhttps://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29072594-born-to-runHermann Hesse – Siddharta https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/444555.SiddhartaThanks to our patrons for supporting the creation of this episode:Megan Quinn http://www.code2040.org/Anna Caroline TruthCircles.comTim HerbigCaoimhe Keogan https://twitter.com/caoimhekeoganJohannes Kleske https://johanneskleske.com/

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  • #20 – Beth Comstock – the most senior woman in one of the world’s biggest companies General Electric

    · 01:20:42 · The Role Models Podcast

    Beth Comstock is the Vice Chair at General Electric, one of the largest companies in the world. At GE, she leads efforts to accelerate new growth. She operates GE Business Innovations, which develops new businesses, markets and service models; drives brand value and partners to enhance GE’s inventive culture. This unit includes Current, GE Lighting, GE Ventures & Licensing and GE sales, marketing and communications. In this episode, Beth and I talk about what makes a good leader, how to learn to ask for help, how to embrace feedback, how to build a network – both internally and externally, how she defines success and how she decides to spend her time. Follow Beth on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bethcomstock LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabethjcomstock Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bethcomstock/ Medium: https://medium.com/@bethcomstock Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ElizabethComstock/ –– Special thanks to our patrons on Patreon: Megan Quinn who supports Code2040: http://www.code2040.org Anna Caroline who coaches leaders in Berlin: http://truthcircles.com/ Tim Herbig https://twitter.com/herbigt Johannes Kleske https://johanneskleske.com/ Caoimhe Keogan https://twitter.com/caoimhekeogan Eileen Williams https://www.switchup.de/stromvergleich If you want to help us create The Role Models Podcast in the future, become a patron and chip in $1, $3, $5, or $10 per episode. Read more about the different tiers and rewards on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rolemodels

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  • #19 – Robin Berzin – How would you redesign medical care?

    · 01:12:10 · The Role Models Podcast

    Dr. Robin Berzin is a doctor and entrepreneur, and the founder and CEO of Parsley Health, a service that is redefining medical care.Robin believes that medicine should put nutrition, wellness and prevention on the front lines of health care, while simultaneously making care smart and data-driven to meet our needs in today’s world.Parsley Health, the company that Robin founded, is her answer to the question how she would rethink medical care from scratch. Parsley’s mission is to redefine how we think about and deliver medical care, and how we put the patient at the center.In this episode, Robin shares what it was like to leave a job she didn’t like, how and why she started Parsley Health, and how she spends her time in the role of the CEO.Robin shares advice about how to fundraise, how to work with investors, and what she looks for when hiring people into the company.Follow Robin on Twitter and Instagram:https://twitter.com/robinberzinmdhttps://instagram.com/robinberzinmdhttps://www.parsleyhealth.com/Special thanks to our patrons on Patreon:Megan Quinn who supports Code2040: http://www.code2040.org/Anna Caroline who coaches leaders in Berlin: http://truthcircles.com/Tim Herbig https://twitter.com/herbigtJohannes Kleske https://johanneskleske.com/Caoimhe Keogan https://twitter.com/caoimhekeoganEileen Williams https://www.switchup.de/stromvergleichIf you want to help us create The Role Models Podcast in the future, become a patron and chip in $1, $3, $5, or $10 per episode. Read more about the different tiers and rewards on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rolemodels

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  • #18 – Lesli Linda Glatter – the woman behind your favorite shows like Homeland, Mad Men, Good Wife

    · 01:10:20 · The Role Models Podcast

    Lesli Linka Glatter is a film and tv director based in Los Angeles and known for directing tv shows like Homeland, Mad Men, The Good Wife, and The West Wing.Lesli Linka Glatter started her career as a modern dancer and choreographer before a series of (sometimes lucky) events led her to take a path towards film directing. Today, Lesli is an accomplished film and tv director and has directed countless episodes for shows like Twin Peaks, The Good Wife, Homeland, The West Wing, Gilmore Girls, and many many others.Photo by Justin LubinSpecial thanks to our patrons on Patreon:Megan Quinn http://www.code2040.org/Anna Caroline http://truthcircles.com Tim Herbig https://twitter.com/herbigtJohannes Kleske https://johanneskleske.com/Caoimhe Keogan https://twitter.com/caoimhekeoganEileen Williams https://www.switchup.de/stromvergleichIf you want to help us create The Role Models Podcast in the future, become a patron and chip in $1, $3, $5, or $10 per episode. Read more about the different tiers and rewards on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rolemodels

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  • #17 – Birchbox co-founder Mollie Chen on what it’s like to leave the company you co-founded

    · 01:09:00 · The Role Models Podcast

    Mollie Chen is the co-founder of Birchbox, a subscription service for makeup and beauty samples.Mollie shares what it’s like to start and grow a company like Birchbox to millions of customers and 300 employees and also what it’s like to decide to leave the company that you co-founded after 6 years. We talk about the early days of Birchbox and the moment Mollie decided to join her friends from college Katia Beauchamp and Hayley Barna to turn Birchbox from an idea into a real company.Mollie takes us behind the scenes of the very first months of the startup, how she learned to become a manager, how to navigate the ups and downs over the course of 6 years, what mistakes she made, the biggest challenges she tackled, and what advice she can share with people in startups or those interested in joining a startup.We talk about the thought process that led to eventually leaving the company that Mollie co-founded and how she dealt with the self-talk and voices in her head.This episode is recommended for people who want to learn what it’s like to start a company even though you have a different background. It’s a great episode if you want to learn how to navigate the ups and downs of startup life and what it’s like to slowly let go from something you so dearly love.Read Mollie’s post about leaving Birchbox here on Medium:https://medium.com/grey-matters/what-its-like-to-leave-a-company-you-started-dd731058bd62Thank You to the following patrons for supporting the production of The Role Models Podcast in the $5 per episode tier:Johannes Kleske https://johanneskleske.com/Caoimhe Keogan https://twitter.com/caoimhekeoganIf you want to help us create The Role Models Podcast in the future, become a patron and chip in $1, $3, $5, or $10 per episode. Read more about the different tiers and rewards on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rolemodels

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  • #16 – Kara Swisher, how did you become so fearless?

    · 00:50:51 · The Role Models Podcast

    Kara Swisher is the co-founder and Executive Editor of technology news website Recode, host of the Recode Decode podcast, and Co-Executive Producer of the Code Conference. In her career as a technology journalist that spans over more than 20 years, Kara has become one of the most respected and prominent journalists who cover the business of Silicon Valley and is known for her insightful reporting, hard work, and straight-shooting style. She has interviewed thousands of people – most notably Steve Jobs and Bill Gates together on stage, a now-legendary appearance of the two tech industry giants. In this episode, Kara shares her favorite interviewing tips, how she became so fearless, what she learned from having a stroke. We cover topics like innovation in tech, sexism in Silicon Valley, and what leaders in the industry must do to change and improve the culture.Follow Kara on Twitter:https://twitter.com/karaswisherSubscribe to Kara’s Recode Decode Podcast on iTunes:https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/recode-decode-hosted-by-kara-swisher/id1011668648?mt=2

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  • #15 – How Megan Quinn went from building products to investing in companies that build products

    · 01:16:50 · The Role Models Podcast

    Megan Quinn is a General Partner at Spark Capital, a venture capital firm that has invested in companies like Twitter, Postmates, Tumblr, and Slack.Megan grew up in Los Angeles surrounded by 4 sisters and first didn’t intend to enter the technology sector. After moving up north to graduate from Stanford, she took a job at Google and helped the then-small company go public.As an avid collector of historical maps, she found her perfect dream job in Google’s Maps division where she has held several leadership positions in marketing, product, and business development during her tenure at Google. After 8 years at Google, she joined the next rocket ship as the Director of Product for payment processing company Square before switching sides and becoming an investor at Silicon Valley venture capital institution Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers where she led a number of the firm’s early-stage and growth consumer investments. As the first female partner at Spark Capital, today she invests in companies like Medium, Slack, and Grammarly. In this episode, you’ll learn from Megan:– What skill she recommends everybody should master, regardless of role or company.– How she says “Yes” to an opportunity first, and deals with the fear later.– How she transitioned from one role to the next.– How former Google exec and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer helped her manage a tricky situation.– How she assesses investment opportunities. – How she approaches working with mentors.… and much more.Follow Megan on Twitter and Medium:https://twitter.com/msquinnhttps://medium.com/@msquinn

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  • #14 – How film producer Debra Martin Chase launched Anne Hathaway and Blake Lively’s careers

    · 01:07:13 · The Role Models Podcast

    Debra Martin Chase is a television and movie producer and known for having produced movies like ’The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants’, ‘The Preacher’s Wife’, and ‘The Princess Diaries’, amongst many others.Debra graduated from Harvard as a lawyer and practiced law before eventually moving into the movie business to pursue her passion for film and television and fulfill her dream to entertain. She says:“Movie and television need to entertain but if along the way you can be given messages or values can be reinforced, or your eyes can be opened to something you might not have thought about in that way, that, to me, makes great entertainment.”Debra was the first African-American female producer to have a deal at a major studio. Her company, Debra Martin Chase Productions, was affiliated with The Walt Disney Company for more than 15 years and is now affiliated with Universal Television. Her movies have grossed $300 million combined. An eye for talent, Debra launched the careers of A-listers like Anne Hathaway and Blake Lively.If you want to learn from Debra how to enter an industry that you’re not a part of, how to process big transitions in your life, or how listening to your little voice in your head can lead to work with movie stars like Denzel Washington or Whitney Houston, then this episode is for you.

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  • #13 – What is life and work like as a ballerina, Kathryn Boren?

    · 00:50:27 · The Role Models Podcast

    Kathryn Boren is a professional ballet dancer and member of the corps de ballet at the America Ballet Theatre in New York City. Kathryn started dancing at the age of 3 and decided that ballet was her thing at the age of 5 and for the next 20 years she never lost the drive to push forward to master and perfection the art form. Kathryn spent a few years in Berlin, then moved to New York at the age of 15 for a scholarship at the American Ballet Theatre Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School where years alter she now performs as part of the company. Kathryn’s story is a story of hard work, determination, and about playing the long game. It’s a story of loyalty to an art form that demands everything from those who practice it. Follow Kathryn on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/katieboren1The Ballerina Project:https://www.instagram.com/ballerinaproject_Artwork photo by Dane Shitagi

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  • #12 – Cindy Gallop on why female role models are just as critical for men as they are for women

    · 01:17:54 · The Role Models Podcast

    Cindy Gallop is a former advertising executive turned startup entrepreneur, consultant, and public speaker. With a background in brand building, marketing, and advertising, Cindy founded the co-action software company IfIRanThe World and is currently focused on building and funding MakeLoveNotPorn, a venture in the emerging #sextech category, a category in tech that she says is ready for disruption.Before starting her own companies and growing her consulting and public speaking business, Cindy was an advertising executive and spent almost two decades with leading advertising agency BBH (Bartle Bogle Hegarty) where she first opened the Asia-Pacific, then the North American offices.Cindy is a believer that diversity drives innovation, Cindy has also been a champion and advocate for gender equality and diversity and she uses every opportunity to challenge the status quo with pragmatic and actionable insights on how to make any industry more diverse and not only in the aspects of gender but also in race, sexuality, disability, and age.Follow Cindy on Twitter:https://twitter.com/cindygallop https://www.makelovenotporn.com/Cindy’s favorite talk from the most recent TED Conference: Shah Rukh Khanhttps://www.ted.com/talks/shah_rukh_khan_thoughts_on_humanity_fame_and_loveCindy's tips on public speaking:https://www.rolemodels.co/podcast/episode-12-cindy-gallop-on-why-female-role-models-are-just-as-critical-for-men-as-they-are-for-women/ “The day I met Cindy Gallop”https://www.schoolcommunicationarts.com/the-day-i-met-cindy-gallop/ Cindy Gallop – Closing Keynote – 3 Percent Conference 2016https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRuonEJjIEk&t=19sCindy Gallop on how to get a raise https://www.bustle.com/articles/129373-how-to-get-a-raise-no-matter-what-according-to-businesswoman-cindy-gallopFor more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #11 – Elisa Goodkind & Lily Mandelbaum of StyleLikeU and The What's Underneath Project

    · 01:10:59 · The Role Models Podcast

    Elisa Goodkind and Lily Mandelbaum are the co-founders of StyleLikeU, a company that creates the documentary-style video series “What’s Underneath” that explores how style is not about trends, money, or presenting a facade of photoshopped perfection. Rather, true style is the result of radical self-acceptance.In this episode, Elisa and Lily — who are mother and daughter — share how and why they started StyleLikeU in 2009, and how it has evolved from an idea to a video series that has been viewed over 35 million times, and from a book to a movement. Today, Elisa and Lily have interviewed hundreds of people about their unique perspectives on style and identity — a perspective that is quite different from the one portrayed by today’s fashion industry and the media.You can watch the video series on YouTube, buy the book ‘True Style is What’s Underneath — The Self-Acceptance Revolution’, and follow the project on Instagram.http://stylelikeu.com/https://www.youtube.com/user/stylelikeuhttps://www.instagram.com/stylelikeu/http://amzn.to/2v9gCKyFor more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #10 – Dakota Weiss is the Executive Chef of Estrella and Sweetfin Poké in Los Angeles

    · 00:43:34 · The Role Models Podcast

    Dakota Weiss is the Executive Chef at Estrella, a modern American restaurant on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. She’s also the Executive Chef of Sweetfin, a series of California-style poke restaurants.Having learned the first basic cooking skills from her mother and grandmother, Dakota found her way into cooking instead of becoming an international business woman. She studied in culinary school in Arizona and worked all over the United States to learn from some of the best chefs in the industry. Picking up different skills from different chefs, she learned that becoming an excellent chef requires additional qualities like patience and understanding in addition to mastering the craft. In this episode, Dakota shares her story – from the humble beginnings to becoming the Executive Chef of some of the most-talked about restaurant and restaurant concepts in Los Angeles. Follow Dakota and her restaurants on Instagram:https://instagram.com/estrellasunsethttps://instagram.com/sweetfinhttps://instagram.com/dakotalovesbonemarrowhttps://www.sweetfinpoke.com/http://estrellasunset.com/ And the non-profit she supports – No Kid Hungry, a non-profit that supports ending child hunger.https://www.instagram.com/totnla/https://www.facebook.com/TasteOfTheNationLA/https://twitter.com/totnla?lang=enFor more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #9 – Ana Guerrero – Chief of Staff for the Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti

    · 00:57:59 · The Role Models Podcast

    Ana Guerrero is the Chief of Staff for the Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti.Daughter of Mexican immigrants (her dad came to the United States as part of the guest worker program), Ana has devoted a large part of her career to community organizing and in helping people mobilize to create collective power. She has been working with Mayor Garcetti for 16 years, more than half of those as his Chief of Staff.In this episode, Ana talks about the role of Chief of Staff–what it entails and how to become effective and successful in it. She shares what she believes to be the most important communication skills anyone should master, and what she believes to be the best way anyone can advance their career. She firmly believes that government can be a force for good in people's lives and encourages anyone to get engaged in their neighborhoods, communities, and cities.For more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #8 – Kim Vandenberg – Competition Swimmer, Olympic Medalist, Swim Coach, and Mentor

    · 01:18:44 · The Role Models Podcast

    Kim Vandenberg is a competition swimmer and won an Olympic medal with the U.S. swimming team. Kim started swimming at a young age and always loved competing. The road to the Olympics is hard and long, and Kim shares the journey to two of the highlights of her career: a silver medal at the World Championship in 2007, and the bronze medal at the Olympics in Beijing in 2008. Kim's story is a story of persistence, determination, and hard work. It’s a story of transitions, overcoming self-doubt and failures, and how to create opportunities for yourself.Photo by Duke LorenFollow Kim on Twitter and Instagram:https://twitter.com/kimswim1https://instagram.com/kimswimFor more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #7 – Samantha Barry – Head of Social Media and Emerging Media at CNN Worldwide

    · 00:58:37 · The Role Models Podcast

    Samantha Barry is the Head of Social Media at CNN Worldwide where she leads the social teams at all of the CNN bureaus and works closely with the CNN Digital leadership in their editorial strategy. Under Samantha’s leadership, CNN has become the most followed and fanned news organization in the world.Born near Cork in Ireland, Samantha has worked in over 25 countries, reporting and training other journalists in broadcasting, technology and social media. Her lifelong career in journalism and news media has taken her from Newstalk and RTE in Ireland to Papua New Guinea for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to BBC World News in London before joining CNN in New York City where she is currently based.Follow Samantha on Twitter and Instagram:https://twitter.com/samanthabarryhttps://www.instagram.com/sammybarrynews/For more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #6 – Samin Nosrat - Cook and New York Times Bestselling Author of 'Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat'

    · 01:45:10 · The Role Models Podcast

    Samin Nosrat is a cook, teacher, and author. Equipped with a letter and the determination to work at Chez Panisse, the legendary French restaurant founded by Alice Waters, Samin chose the path of cooking instead of the path of poetry. 17 years later, she turned her many lessons learned into her first book ‘Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat’, a beautifully illustrated book by Wendy MacNaughton that empowers us to learn how to master the fundamentals of cooking. In this episode, Samin and I cover many different topics: her Iranian heritage and growing up in San Diego, the story about how she got to start working at Chez Panisse, the ups and downs of being a newby in a popular kitchen, the different cultures of kitchens, depression and therapy, and what makes a good teacher and a good student. Follow Samin on Instagram and Twitter and learn more about her book here:http://ciaosamin.com/https://twitter.com/CiaoSaminhttps://instagram.com/CiaoSaminFor more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #5 – Cindy Holland – Netflix's Vice President of Original Content

    · 01:14:35 · The Role Models Podcast

    Cindy Holland is the Vice President of Orignal Content at Netflix where she's responsible for all creative development and business aspects of some of our favorite shows like House of Cards, Chef's Table, Orange Is The New Black, and many more original series, comedy, and documentary series.Cindy has held three different roles in her 15-year tenure at Netflix and we discuss her background, her passions for artists and their creative process, and lessons learned of growing from being a doer to leading a team of doers.For more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #4 – Liisa Pierce Fiedelholtz, former Senior Vice President at Ann Inc.

    · 01:34:11 · The Role Models Podcast

    Liisa Pierce Fiedelholtz is the former Senior Vice President of Supply Chain and Sourcing for Ann Inc., a holding company of women's fashion retailers. In this episode, Liisa reflects on her work of three decades in the industry and shares a series of things she has learned: how to negotiate, how to sell, how to manage and lead, how to speak in public.As an avid surfer, Liisa also speaks about her work as the chair of the board of the Surfrider Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to the preservation of our oceans.For more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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  • #3 – Joanne Wilson of Gotham Gal Ventures

    · 00:47:45 · The Role Models Podcast

    Joanne Wilson aka Gotham Gal is an angel investor, blogger, and podcaster. After starting her career in women's fashion retail, Joanne transitioned into the web and tech industry to eventually become an angel investor. Joanne has invested in over 100 companies and more than 70% of companies in her portfolio are founded or led by women. Joanne and I talk about her journey and career, lessons learned along the way, and how it's been like to start her own podcast.https://gothamgal.comhttps://soundcloud.com/positivelygothamgalhttps://twitter.com/thegothamgalFor more, visit http://rolemodels.co/podcastSign up for news & updates about Role Models: http://eepurl.com/cLX_PDFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/rolemodels

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