Kelly shares with us why she felt like now was the time to write Moms the Musical, what she hopes people get from experiencing it, and the incredible relationships she gained from putting up her NYC Workshop.
Michelle shares with us why she loves facilitating connections, her inspiration behind Bklynite Media, being on Cake Boss, and so much more!
Love Itoya's "anthems" call for empowerment and play, and you can't help but start dancing when you hear them. She talks about collaborating with her family, exploring her musical voice, and so much more!
Christine Burns is a former elite athlete, an educator, leadership coach, and the CEO and Co-Founder of WALT Institute. She shares with us why we should "spring forward" and not just "spring back" after hardships, and so much more!
Angela How shares with us her experience as an Asian woman in the film industry, her favorite parts of the film making process, and why her film, BULLIED, is an important story to tell now, and every day.
After many decades in the field of Occupational Therapy, always working in overdrive, Dr. Pritchard knew that she needed to find proper balance in her life. In founding WALT, she wanted to share what she had learned in her own journey of self-worth outside of work.
Meghan Pulles is on a mission to use her music to help people come out of the other side of trauma. In this interview she shares with us the inspiration behind her upcoming album, why collaboration is important, and why she hopes to bring to the world.
Britt-Marie Monks talks about why she started The Honeymoon Fixer, how a breast cancer diagnosis has affected her life, and how she was able to keep her business afloat during the pandemic!
Lili Roquelin shares with us her creative process, what she loves about creating music, and what she hopes people get from listening to her latest album!
Keisha shares with us what she hopes to find in her career, why she loves sports, going through mental health problems, and so much more!
Elaine Romanelli talks about her newest project, Songs for the Rest of Us, a collection of works for the underrepresented communities throughout the performing arts community. She shares why she started it, what she hopes to achieve with it, and more!
New York Times best selling author, Marisa Acocella, shares with us the inspiration behind her most recent graphic novel, surviving cancer, and some of her favorite women in HERstory!
Vegan accessory brand, Jenah St, was created by Jena Bautmans after she saw the environmental impact that "fast fashion" and leathers have on not just the earth, but humans as well.
Taylor Wilde shares with us how she got in to wrestling, why she's passionate about women's wrestling having more depth, firefighting, and her amazing new podcast, Wilde On!
Abigail shares with us why she's passionate about changing people's approach to work/life/health balance, and the way we relate to our environment in order to save the world!
Sabrina refers to herself as a "better lifestyle" coach. She believes that you have to take the steps NOW for the betterment of your lifestyle. She shares tips for handling stress during the pandemic, forgiving yourself, and so much more.
Susannah Davda's unusual upbringing brought her to shoe making. Listen to this interview to find out how she started The Shoe Consultant, and what steps you can take to starting your own shoe company!
Laura Kay and Ashley Kristeen Vega share with us why they're passionate about changing the theatre industry, how they came up with Party Claw Productions, and where the board game, "Dream Phone" comes in to play!
Shola Kaye shares with us how finds the drive to keep growing and learning, why she strives to help others bring empathy, inclusion, and diversity into the workplace, and so much more.
Heather McWilliam shares the trying experiences she had while dealing with sexual harassment and the aftermath of her lengthy court battle. She shares ways she copes with PTSD, "Brave is Beautiful", and so much more.
Rachel Gotto shares with us ways to "rewire" our brains to find our source of happiness and tenacity. Rachel's story of loss after loss, terminal diagnosis, and paralysis, to then a bright new outlook, will leave you ready to climb a mountain.
Dr. Mary Rorro shares with why music is an imperative part of the recovery process. From doing "music rounds" with her medical rounds, the connections she has made with her patients is undeniable.
Ali Miles-Jenkins shares with us why she created BoomBoss, a company dedicated to helping women over the age of 50 start and expand their business, ageism, and so much more!
Sue Thaden shares with us how From Now On came to be, and her best advice for establishing a business. She is a positive force to be reckoned with, expressing ways to keep a happy and safe work environment.
Amy is candid and frank in expressing her journey with bipolar disorder, and how it had influenced her writing. In this interview she tells us about her memoir, Letters to Daniel, her writing process, and so much more!
Gabriela discusses her favorite comics, her best advice for anyone experiencing workplace discrimination or harassment, and she shares why she is so passionate about diversity and representation in the industry.