Women’s Leadership



Deciding the objects we surround ourselves with in our homes can be a journey of self-exploration. In this Lesson on What We Keep, Jean Lin, Founder and Curator of New York City design gallery and studio Colony, speaks about her new book, what designers make, what they collect and understanding the creative power of collecting. […]

Asian American Entrepreneur Jean Lin in a white dress with blonde ahir


If you’ve ever shown up in a room, boardroom or otherwise, on a job site or at a conference where people don’t expect to see a woman like you, raise your hand. If you’re Generation X or older, it’s pretty much par for the course. For all of you, Voice Lessons Podcast Creator and Co-Producer […]


In this Lesson On Owning Your Own Narrative, visionary architect and advocate, Pascale Sablan talks about how a pivotal moment in her early days studying architecture called her to her larger purpose of uplifting the voices of women and people of color, not only in the field, but beyond the build environment.   A Lesson […]


In this Lesson On Commitment, Rich Nichols talks about fighting for equal pay for the United States Women’s National soccer team (USWNT). Rich shares insights into what it takes to stand up to the entire US Soccer Federation and why women are just people who get things done without any ego involved.   Rich Nichols […]


In this Lesson On Mindfulness with Dr. Ellen Langer speaks about how mindfulness improves women’s leadership. Dr. Langer, known as the “mother of mindfulness,” was the first woman tenured in the Psychology Department at Harvard and has been at the forefront of mindfulness research for over four decades, contributing significantly to our understanding of its […]


In this Lesson On Doing What You Love, Allison Eden talks about her journey as a celebrated creator in the world of glass mosaics. Allison shares insights into her creative process, the evolution of her career, and how passion drives her success. Allison Eden has been celebrated as the ‘Lady Gaga of the Tile World,’ […]

Glass mosaic artist Allison Eden in her studio.


In this Lesson on the Courage of Choice, activist and author Merle Hoffman talks about how important it is to fight for women’s reproductive choices. You just have to practice courage. Merle Hoffman established Choices Women’s Medical Center, one of the country’s first abortion clinics, in 1971, two years before the U.S. Supreme Court legalized […]



In this Lesson on Saying It With Sugar, Feminist Baker Becca Rea-Tucker has been “saying it with sugar” since 2018 and now more than ever she is helping to shift the conversation and inspire change around women’s issues with an unconventional platform: cakes. Topics Discussed with Becca Rea-Tucker Becca’s first experience with baking. Becca’s first […]



Dr. Louann Brizendine was among the first to explain why women think, communicate, and feel differently than men. Now she’s on a mission to rebrand the “M” word: Menopause. Louann Brizendine, M.D., is an American scientist, a neuropsychiatrist who is both a researcher and a clinician and professor at the University of California, San Francisco. […]




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