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Empowering others and working to break the cycle of domestic violence: Jan Langbein, CEO, Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support, Episode 61
June 25, 2019

Jan Langbein is the fiercely passionate, powerhouse CEO of Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support in Dallas, Texas. She has grown Genesis from a seven-bed emergency facility to a multi-faceted treatment center and program for victims of domestic abuse and...

The Importance of Change, Creativity, & Learning to Tell Your Story: Beth Comstock, former Vice Chair GE; Author “Imagine It Forward” (Episode 60)
June 17, 2019

Change can be difficult. But in a world that continues to grow more and more complex our ability to embrace change and to think more creatively has never been more important. Beth Comstock is the former Vice Chair of Business and Innovation at GE.

Embracing the unexpected, and inspiring others through motherhood and service: Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Episode 59)
June 11, 2019

We don’t know how life will challenge us, or how those challenges will shape our journey. Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers is a terrific example of taking what life throws at you – including doors that open for you —  and making the most of them,

How we win against hate and extremism: A conversation with author and diplomatic entrepreneur Farah Pandith (Episode 58)
May 28, 2019

“There is a war being fought and we are losing,” Farah Pandith tells me in our conversation about what drives hate and radical extremism. Farah, who is often described as a “diplomatic entrepreneur,” has worked across political lines for three presiden...

From trailblazing CEO to leadership teacher and coach, Carly Fiorina is running toward challenges and helping others lead and “find their way” (Episode #57)
May 18, 2019

Carly Fiorina is the former CEO of Hewlett Packard, and the first woman to lead a Fortune 20 company. She also oversaw the largest technology sector merger in history. Her passion for problem solving led her to run for the Republican nomination for pre...

Part 3: Three-Part Series on Women, Politics & Power and how women are depicted in film and covered in the media: A.B. Stoddard (Episode #56)
May 10, 2019

A.B. Stoddard has covered politics and Capitol Hill for more than two decades. Currently, she is the associate editor of Real Clear Politics. A.B. joins me for Part 3 of our three-part series on women in politics and power.

Part 2: Three-part series on Women, Politics & Power and the film “An Acceptable Loss;” Former Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (Episode #55)
May 10, 2019

Former Congresswoman Barbara Comstock. joins me for Part 2 (Episode #55) of our three-part series on women, power and politics and the political thriller “An Acceptable Loss,” starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Tika Sumpter.

Part 1: Three-part series on Women, Politics and Power, and how powerful women are depicted in film: Colleen Griffen, producer of “An Acceptable Loss” (Episode #54)
May 10, 2019

The political thriller “An Acceptable Loss,” starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Tiki Sumpter, challenges our assumptions about women in powerful political roles. We’re delighted to share a three-part series about not only the film,

Janice Dean: “Mostly Sunny” and the incredible power of optimism (Episode #53)
April 30, 2019

     Janice Dean is the perpetually sunny face of weather on Fox New Channel’s highly rated morning show Fox & Friends. In her new memoir aptly entitled “Mostly Sunny,” Janice reminds us of the incredible power of optimism in the face of adversity.

Leadership Through Dance: Julie Kent, Artistic Director, The Washington Ballet (Episode #52)
April 16, 2019

For 30 years, Julie Kent delighted and inspired audiences as the longest serving principal dancer in New York City’s legendary American Ballet Theater Company. She retired from performing on the stage at age 45. Today,