Positively Gotham Gal

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  • Ep 143: From Extremism And Back - Hadiya Masieh, Groundswell Project

    Ep 143: From Extremism And Back - Hadiya Masieh, Groundswell Project

    11/01/2021 Duración: 30min

    Hadiya Masieh is the founder and director of the Groundswell Project, a non-profit that fights against extremism and promotes community building. We got together over zoom to discuss her experience of 22 years in the field, and the unique methodologies she is pioneering with Groundswell.

  • Ep 142: Building for an Unforeseeable Future - Liz Diller, DSRNY

    Ep 142: Building for an Unforeseeable Future - Liz Diller, DSRNY

    28/12/2020 Duración: 30min

    Liz Diller is a multidisciplinary architect and the co-founder of Diller Scofidio + Renfro. We got together over zoom to discuss her unique journey towards a practice focused on building forward-thinking public spaces and cultural institutions.

  • Ep 141: Forced to Change - Nicole Hockley, Sandy Hook Promise

    Ep 141: Forced to Change - Nicole Hockley, Sandy Hook Promise

    13/12/2020 Duración: 27min

    Nicole Hockley is the co-founder and managing director of Sandy Hook Promise, and mother of Dylan, who was killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy on 12/14/12. We got together over zoom to talk about her personal journey from tragedy to activism, and the impact the organization is making using research-based methodology, education, and technology.

  • Ep 140: A Very Cloudy 2020 - Michelle Zatlyn

    Ep 140: A Very Cloudy 2020 - Michelle Zatlyn

    29/11/2020 Duración: 31min

    Michelle Zatlyn is the co-founder and COO of CloudFlare, a cybersecurity company working to make our internet faster, safer, and more reliable We got together over zoom to discuss her journey as a founder, and the future of cybersecurity in a post covid world.

  • Ep 139: Online Learning for a Better Teaching - Jelena Kovacevic

    Ep 139: Online Learning for a Better Teaching - Jelena Kovacevic

    14/11/2020 Duración: 30min

    Yelena Kovacevic, a scientist, researcher, and, most importantly, a driven educator, is the chair of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. We got together over zoom to discuss the future of education post covid, and the ways in which Jelena is changing Tandon to make STEM fields more attractive, approachable, and inclusive.

  • Ep 138: Reimagining New York - Maya Wiley

    Ep 138: Reimagining New York - Maya Wiley

    09/11/2020 Duración: 33min

    Women hot on the campaign trail in Local NY politics... Maya Wiley is a civil rights activist and scholar who has dedicated her career to fighting against structural racism. We got together over zoom, to talk about her candidacy for the upcoming mayoral elections.

  • Ep 137: Breaking the Ivory Tower - Diana Florence

    Ep 137: Breaking the Ivory Tower - Diana Florence

    02/11/2020 Duración: 28min

    For the next 2 weeks, we are spotlighting women hot on the campaign trail in Local NY politics. Diana Florence has dedicated her entire career to public service, beginning as a prosecutor in the Manhattan's DA 25 years ago. We got together over zoom to talk about her candidacy for the upcoming DA elections and her plans to reform the office to better serve the people of New York.

  • Ep 136: Skeletons Out of the Closet - Sharleen Ernster, We Are HAH

    Ep 136: Skeletons Out of the Closet - Sharleen Ernster, We Are HAH

    27/10/2020 Duración: 36min

    Sharleen Ernster is the founder and CEO of We Are HAH, a company pioneering sustainable fashion in intimate apparel and redefining sexy for a new generation of women.I sat down with Sharleen in the pre-covid days and we talked about her many years of experience as a fashion executive, and the reasons that led her to launch her own company. A couple weeks after, our reality as we know it completely changed. So, we decided to revisit our conversation, and talk about how the pandemic has impacted her life & business.

  • Ep 135: If You Cant See It, You Cant Be It - Debbie Berebichez

    Ep 135: If You Can't See It, You Can't Be It - Debbie Berebichez

    18/10/2020 Duración: 30min

    Debbie Berebichez is a physicist and data scientist who dedicates her life to fostering women’s careers in STEM. Debbie and I got together over zoom to talk about her journey and her experience as a woman in one of the most male-dominated fields of academia.

  • Ep 134: City as an Organism - Alicia Glen, MSquared

    Ep 134: City as an Organism - Alicia Glen, MSquared

    05/10/2020 Duración: 33min

    Alicia Glen is the Founder & Managing Principal at MSquared, a nationwide real estate development and investment platform building the next generation of mixed-use, mixed-income projects in rapidly evolving cities. Alicia is a nationally recognized expert in urban development, infrastructure finance, job creation and housing policy. She’s worked both in the public and private sectors creating and implementing innovative solutions to enable cities to evolve and grow equitably. Alicia and I got together over zoom to talk about the role of cities, and about how to rebuild cities in a post covid world.

  • Ep 133: Theres So Many Talented Black Women Out There - Stephanie Caudle, Black Girl Group

    Ep 133: There's So Many Talented Black Women Out There - Stephanie Caudle, Black Girl Group

    21/09/2020 Duración: 25min

    Stephanie Caudle is the owner and founder of Black Girl Group, an online freelance marketplace that connects African American women freelance creatives to companies seeking to market and advertise to African American consumers. Stephanie and I got together over zoom to talk all about how her company came to be, and about the future of freelance in a post-covid world.

  • Ep 132: The Conversation Around Investment  Consumer Brands - Willow

    Ep 132: The Conversation Around Investment & Consumer Brands - Willow

    19/07/2020 Duración: 34min

    Amanda Schutzbank and Deborah Benton are the team behind Willow Growth Partners -- Willow provides early growth capital to entrepreneurs building transformative consumer brands and the disruptive technologies that power them. I sat down with Amanda and Deborah pre-COVID and we talked all about the future of consumer brands, investments from the entrepreneurial perspective, and the thesis that brought them together.

  • Ep 131: Fixing the Housing Crisis - Alexandria Lafci, New Story

    Ep 131: Fixing the Housing Crisis - Alexandria Lafci, New Story

    31/05/2020 Duración: 33min

    Alexandria Lafci is the co-Founder and COO of New Story – an innovative nonprofit that builds inclusive social housing developments for families living in extreme poverty. Alexandria and I sat down pre-corona virus to talk about the incredible inspiration behind her life’s work, and what we believe housing can do to change the future. Thank you to Alexandria for joining me on Positively Gotham Gal. If you’d like to learn more about her organization, you can visit newstorycharity.org

  • Ep 130: Stress Management  Mindfulness: Will Lessons Learned from Covid-19 Change Startup Culture?

    Ep 130: Stress Management & Mindfulness: Will Lessons Learned from Covid-19 Change Startup Culture?

    27/04/2020 Duración: 47min

    This week, I got together with Kathleen Stetson, CEO and coach, to talk over Zoom about stress. Stress is a big part of every entrepreneur’s life, and even more so since the COVID-19 pandemic hit us. Kathleen and I chatted about her history with a failed startup, and how that informed her current views on work, entrepreneurship, and mindfulness.

  • Ep 129: All About Food in the Age of Covid - Dana Cowin, Speaking Broadly

    Ep 129: All About Food in the Age of Covid - Dana Cowin, Speaking Broadly

    13/04/2020 Duración: 52min

    In this current moment, with the COVID-19 pandemic taking over everything in our lives, the one thing at the top of everyone’s mind seems to be food. I sat down to talk about this major topic with my good friend Dana Cowin, an editor, author and radio show host, best known for her two decades as the Editor-in-Chief of Food & Wine. Dana and I met over zoom to discuss food in the age of coronavirus, what’s changed, what’s remained, and what we see happening in the future.

  • Ep 128: We Did It All, And Were Not Done - Susan Feldman, One Kings Lane  In The Groove

    Ep 128: We Did It All, And We're Not Done - Susan Feldman, One Kings Lane & In The Groove

    31/03/2020 Duración: 33min

    Susan Feldman is the co-founder and visionary behind One Kings Lane, and the Founder & CEO of In The Groove. Susan and I sat down for my very first video-recorded podcast to talk all about aging, and the effects it does and doesn't have on us as women and entrepreneurs. To check out the video of our conversation, head on over to my YouTube channel, Positively Gotham Gal Podcast.

  • Episode 127: Building Organically - Rachelle Hruska, Guest of a Guest and Lingua Franca

    Episode 127: Building Organically - Rachelle Hruska, Guest of a Guest and Lingua Franca

    03/03/2020 Duración: 35min

    Rachelle Hruska is the co-founder and CEO of Guest of a Guest and Lingua Franca. Rachelle and I sat down to talk about her path from growing up in Nebraska to being a New York City entrepreneur of two companies, and all the complications in between.

  • Episode 126: Designing a Better Product - Jacquelyn De Jesu, SHHHOWERCAP

    Episode 126: Designing a Better Product - Jacquelyn De Jesu, SHHHOWERCAP

    17/02/2020 Duración: 33min

    Jacquelyn De Jesu is the Founder, CEO, and Inventor of SHHHOWERCAP -- a company that has turned the simple shower cap into a design-oriented, reusable, and chic item for everyday use. Jacquelyn and I sat down to talk about her inspiration for SHHHOWERCAP, and how she went about making her idea a reality.

  • Episode 125: A Focus on Mental Health - Anna Lindow, Brave Health

    Episode 125: A Focus on Mental Health - Anna Lindow, Brave Health

    03/02/2020 Duración: 32min

    Anna Lindow is the Co-Founder and CEO of Brave Health -- a tele-health company on a mission to expand access to high-quality, affordable care for mental health and addiction across the United States. Anna and I sat down to talk about what inspired her to focus on mental health and addiction work, and what she sees for the future of her field.

  • Episode 124: Work, Life Integration - Camilla Marcus, TechTable  west~bourne cafe

    Episode 124: Work, Life Integration - Camilla Marcus, TechTable & west~bourne cafe

    22/01/2020 Duración: 29min

    Camilla Marcus is the founder of west~bourne cafe in New York City and the co-founder of TechTable, a hospitality technology thought leadership platform. Camilla and I sat down to talk about her journey into the intersection of food and technology, and the exciting new partnership she’s created to bring childcare to her employees. Thank you Camilla for joining me on Positively Gotham Gal this week. I highly recommend you stop by west~bourne cafe in New York City, www.westbourne.com. You can also learn more about TechTable by visiting www.techtablesummit.com.

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