See Jane Do, Hosted By Elisa Parker



Don't be a Dick. Be a Jane! Hosted by Elisa Parker, See Jane Do is an award-winning social change media platform that captures and amplifies the stories of everyday women doing extraordinary things (& a couple of Man Fans) and utilizes the power of story to create positive change. All interviews are See Jane Do exclusive. As a leader in womens leadership and a champion for gender equity our mission at See Jane Do is to create connection, collaboration and coalitions to support a more just world for women and girls. See Jane Do is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and KVMR.


  • Rupa and the April Fishes: Music, Movements and Medicine

    14/06/2019 Duración: 49min

    Rupa Marya of Rupa and the April Fishes speaks with Elisa Parker about their new Album, Growing Upward, social movements, and the integration of music and medicine.

  • Love, Sex & Relationships! Sonika Tinker & Christian Pedersen of Love Works For You

    10/02/2019 Duración: 48min

    If we were connected, what would you do now?  How do you feed each other's potential?  What are you inspired to do next?  How do I sustain this relationship or how do I even find the "perfect" relationship? Sonika Tinker and Christian Pedersen are the relationship whispers.  When they first met, years back, they knew there was a spark and connection but neither fit their "perfect mate" list.  They ignored the list (it took them about two years) and the rest is history.  Through their program, Love Works For You, they have supported hundreds if not thousands of individuals and couples to connect through love, both for themselves and each other. This is THE podcast to listen to around relationship. Who We Are We are a married couple, husband/wife team, who have devoted our lives to studying and teaching love and relationship, and we are still happy and in love after many years of being together (we walk our talk). Our clients say we are wise, experienced relationship master trainers and relationship experts – w

  • Dr. Nancy O'Reilly: In This Together

    09/02/2019 Duración: 42min

    About Dr. Nancy International philanthropist, skilled horsewoman, and trailblazer for women’s empowerment, Nancy D. O’Reilly, PsyD, believes women who support each other in abundance and joy are the key to equality. A successful author and educator, she recently completed a new book, In This Together: How Successful Women Support Each Other in Business and Life (Adams Media/Simon & Schuster, January 2019). Dr. Nancy founded Women Connect4Good, Inc., a social-profit [501(c)3] foundation that has provided support for many national and international charities. Her podcasts feature interviews with smart, amazing women, and her timely articles appear on popular national blogs. She previously authored Leading Women: 20 Influential Women Share Their Secrets to Leadership, Business, and Life and two other books. Dr. Nancy occasionally speaks to selected groups on women empowerment, self-confidence and the importance of women supporting other women.  Having earned numerous awards, Dr. Nancy was honored with

  • Laci Green: The State of Sex in a Coercion Culture

    28/01/2019 Duración: 42min

    Elisa Parker spoke with YouTube personality and Millennial sex educator, Laci Green in this in depth interview during the Judge Kavanaugh hearings.  She discusses sex, safety, power, the benefits and challenges of being a YouTube sensation, what girls and boys should be aware of when it comes to sex, our bodies, value and worth.   Laci Green is a sex educator and YouTube personality from California. She created YouTube's most popular sex education series, Sex Plus, while studying at UC Berkeley. Sex Plus has well over 1M subscribers and 150M views. In addition to Sex Plus, Green has produced award-winning educational series for Discovery and MTV. Green has spoken at over 100 universities to promote healthy sexuality and served on the ACLU's Board of Directors for 3 years. She is currently in school to become an advanced practice clinician.

  • Congressional Candidate Audrey Denney: A Movement That Puts People First in California's Red North

    15/09/2018 Duración: 48min

    Audrey Denney is creating a Blue Wave in California's North State but the California District 1 candidate says "this election isn't just about turning a Red seat Blue, this isn't just about electing a new congresswoman. What we're doing is creating a movement of people who want something better in their communities...who believe in people first, that we are Americans before we are Democrats or Republicans." In a region that is often ignored in California politics and is considered the Red North, Denney is running against an incumbent, Representative La Malfa who is one of President Trump's biggest supporters.  La Malfa has held a secure seat in the last couple of years but Denney is proving to be a tough competitor and could bring the North State back to Blue. Audrey has never found a place she loves more than the North State. She is running for Congress because she believes that the people of the North State deserve better. They deserve a representative who will respect and listen to them and who will fight

  • Kathy Griffin: Forever the PerSister

    19/05/2017 Duración: 35min

    “My time is spent almost equally now between stand up and resistance…I do take pride in saying to women of all ages that this part (fighting for equality) isn’t over yet.  We have to jump higher, work harder and think of new imaginative ways to get in the side door or side window because the front door may not be open yet.”~ Kathy Griffin Kathy Griffin is the ultimate resistance sister.  She’s been leading the way for women in comedy for years and despite it all, never gives up and will never be quiet.  In this interview she talks about surviving and thriving in an industry that values youth, looks and men over talented women.  Kathy shares intimate stories about her mentors and icons, Joan Rivers and Gloria Steinem, her go to guy, Anderson Cooper, living next door to the Kardashians (a possible new babysitting gig for her mom, Maggie) and of course, her bizarre encounters with The Donald.  Unlike many of Kathy’s interviews where most of her stories are around fellow celebrity encounters, as she said followin

  • Lily Tomlin with Elisa Parker

    09/05/2017 Duración: 42min

    By Elisa Parker The legacy of Lily Tomlin: “I’m more than happy to know that there was a kid named Elisa who regaled her younger siblings with Edith Ann stories.  That’s as much as anything can be.” ~Lily Tomlin   We’ve all had our childhood heroes whether it was Superman, Wonder Woman or Evel Knievel (speaking from a child of the 70s).  Mine was Lily Tomlin.  As a young girl I would tell stories as Edith Ann (one of Lily’s most famous characters) to my younger brothers and sister in the back of our station wagon.  Through Lily’s work I was introduced to the art of imitation and comedy.  She also inspired one of my first moments of activism for women.  As an eight year old girl the film 9-5 left quite the impression on me.  I decided (in my 4th grade kind of way) to make copies of the 9-5 lyrics and hand them out to every kid in my school.  I was determined to spread the story of everyday women in the workforce, women who were taking matters into their own hands. In a successful career that spans over fo

  • Tiffany Shlain: Getting to 50/50 & Creating a Gender Balanced World

    09/05/2017 Duración: 19min

    “I think we all felt the power of the Women’s March which happened everywhere.  We were out on the street and now we bring this conversation to where the change needs to happen; in companies, schools, government and local communities.” ~Tiffany Shlain, Let it Ripple & 50/50

  • Bob Bland, Women's March Co-Organizer

    18/01/2017 Duración: 25min

    “Taking action doesn’t just mean tweeting, it doesn’t mean just creating a Facebook post, it has to be more than that.  We have to get from behind our computer screens and get out and be a part of our communities and make a difference.  The first things that popped into my head was we should do a march on Washington on Inauguration weekend.” ~Bob Bland, Women’s March co-organizer

  • Oscar Perez: The Making of Men

    03/01/2017 Duración: 48min

    “There is work to be done and you don’t need to live a lukewarm life.  The world needs all of us, both men and women…we need to recognize the ways that we are not whole and have the courage to do the work to get there.”~Oscar Perez, PhD

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