Michelle Bergquist interviews Joanie Connell about the many ways that women are building and trampling their reputation. Listen here.
Joanie Connell hosts a Women Lead Radio interview with Natasha Kozaily, owner of Kalabash School of Music + the Arts. Not only does Natasha own the music and arts school, she also sings in a band and raises money for the International Rescue Committee, among other things.
Joanie asks Natasha about how she brings creativity to entrepreneurship. She says to her employees and students, “this is a place to dream.” Listen here.
Joanie Connell hosts a Women Lead Radio interview with Kelly Poelker, author of Virtual Assistant – The Series: Become a Highly Successful, Sought After VA. She also runs her own Virtual Assistant company called Another 8 Hours.
Joanie asks Kelly about running a virtual assistant business and having work-life balance. She says, “I don’t have to interrupt your day.” Listen here.
Joanie Connell hosts a Women Lead Radio interview with Tamar Elkeles, Chief Talent Executive at Atlantic Bridge Capital. She’s also been the Chief People Officer for a Silicon Valley start-up and was the Chief Learning Officer at Qualcomm before that.
Joanie asks Tamar to share her wisdom from her years of experience teaching and developing executives. “Life is in beta,” she says. “Launch and learn.” Listen here.
Joanie Connell hosts a Women Lead Radio interview with Jessica Hubley and Laura Hackney, co-founders of AnnieCannons. Jessica and Laura are two unique women who have done something wonderful. They have founded a non-profit organization to teach survivors of human trafficking valuable tech skills and give them opportunities to embark on careers in technology. Who are these amazing women and how did they realize such an admirable purpose? Listen here.
Joanie Connell hosts a Women Lead Radio interview with Marcia Daszko, author of SURVIVAL IS OPTIONAL: How Successful Leaders Disrupt, Pivot, and Adapt. Joanie asks Marcia how to improve performance by stopping the focus on the bottom line. Listen here.
Have you ever thought about scrapping your traditional career and following your passion in art or something crazy like that? It sounds impossible, but it’s not. What it takes is courage, resilience, flexibility, and independence.
Rose Hagan began her career as a lawyer before pivoting to pursue her love of art. Listen to her story as Joanie Connell interviews her on Women Lead Radio.