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Dr. Helen Law joins us on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way® today to share her expertise on key issues that impact women of all ages, including anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and insomnia. Dr. Law is a licensed acupuncturist who has practiced Chinese Medicine for over 21 years. She has been voted NJ Top Docs since 2010 and the best Acupuncturist …
 
Joining us today is Monica Kang, a creative educator who is transforming today’s workforce through the power of creativity. She is driven by the belief that everyone is innately creative and that creativity can be used to catalyze personal and professional change. Monica is the Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox®. She has worked with clients worldwid…
 
Education is an important part of our cultural legacy as parents and grandparents. While the prospect of saving money for educational expenses can seem daunting, there are ways you can prepare. In this quarterly podcast, Susan and Carol Ann give insights and tips on how to plan and save for your family's education. Join us every other week on Women…
 
Laurie Hermance-Moore, an accredited genealogist, takes pride in helping people trace their family history. She had more than 20 years of experience in the digital marketing field and decided to make a career change, so she spent 5 years preparing for her transition to become an accredited genealogist®. Listen in as she gives helpful tips on how to…
 
Alexis Block is a PhD Researcher and the creator of HuggieBot, human-sized hugging robots. Listen in as Alexis tells us about her groundbreaking research in Human-Robot Interaction focusing on how humans and robots can interact in emotionally supportive ways. Alexis co-founded the MPI Athena Group, a networking group supporting women in the STEM fi…
 
Dr. Helen Law joins us today to share her expertise and to give helpful advice for dealing with post-COVID-19 symptoms. Dr. Law is a licensed acupuncturist who has practiced Chinese Medicine for over 21 years. She has been voted NJ Top Docs since 2010 and the best Acupuncturist in Princeton, NJ since 2008. Dr. Law recently published a book and she …
 
Glen Eagle CEO Susan Michel and COO Carol Ann Fernandez join us today for a quarterly video podcast interview focusing on the future of work in the post-pandemic world. At a time when there is so much optimism that the pandemic is ending and that life will return to some semblance of normalcy, the future landscape of the work environment is forever…
 
Natasha D’Anna is a therapist, a Mom's Choice Award®-winning author, and mother of three. She founded Twindollicious, a lifestyle blog, in 2012, when her twin girls were 18 months old. Listen in as Natasha shares her perspective on the importance of empowering children and strengthening family relationships. Join us every other week on Women's Weal…
 
Kelly Starnes is an experienced educator and the co-founder of 3G Strong, an online curriculum focusing on the core areas of grit, growth mindset, and grace. The program teaches social and emotional skills to children through relatable stories and fun activities. Listen in as Kelly shares her journey, including how she stepped out of her comfort zo…
 
Are you suffering from itchy eyes, sneezing, a stuffy, running nose, and fatigue? Dr. Helen Law joins us today to share tips for dealing with seasonal allergies. Dr. Law is a licensed acupuncturist who has practiced Chinese Medicine for over 21 years. She has been voted NJ Top Docs since 2010 and the best Acupuncturist in Princeton, NJ since 2008. …
 
Peipei Zhou is the founder and voice of Bao Bao Learns Chinese, interactive sound books for children, their parents, and caregivers. As a new mother, she wanted to teach her son Mandarin Chinese. When Peipei did not find the resources she was looking for, she came up with the idea for a business. Today, Peipei’s business is growing, with seven new …
 
Stephanie Cartin is a successful entrepreneur and a proud mom. She recently launched Markid, a marketplace app where parents can sell gently used kids’ items. Stephanie is also Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Socialfly, a full-service social media marketing agency, Co-Host of The Entreprenista Podcast, and a successful author. Stephanie joins us today to …
 
It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day challenges of running a business. But it can be just as important to plan ahead — to ensure stability and continuity for the next generation. In this video interview, Susan Michel and Carol Ann Fernandez share their thoughts on legacy, succession, and how to plan for the future. Join us every other week …
 
Rebecca Shambaugh is an internationally recognized women’s leadership expert, author, keynote speaker, and president of SHAMBAUGH Leadership. Rebecca is the author of the books "It's Not a Glass Ceiling, It's a Sticky Floor" and "Make Room For Her." Her work is focused on creating inclusive work environments that drive greater talent utilization, i…
 
Planning for retirement brings up so many different questions! When is the right time to start planning for your retirement? How much money will you need to be able to retire? Susan Michel and Carol Ann Fernandez join us on today’s podcast to share helpful advice and actionable steps that you can take today to plan for the future. Join us every oth…
 
Michelle Edgar is a music industry veteran and VP of Brand Marketing at Epic Records. Her love for music started at the age of five when she began playing the piano. Michelle wanted to give back to the community, so she founded Music Unites, a nonprofit that funds music education programs in underserved public schools nationwide. She is also the fo…
 
Kathy Catazaro-Perry is an advocate for the special needs community. She is the mom of six, the first female Mayor of the City of Massillon, Ohio, a former nurse, and an active member of her community. When one of Kathy’s children was born with Down Syndrome, she realized that the special needs population is often overlooked so she decided to take …
 
Jessica Gartenstein is the co-founder of Frönen Foods, a gluten and dairy-free ice cream company that uses clean and simple ingredients. At the age of 23, Jessica teamed up with a fellow undergrad at the University of Chicago and the pair launched Frönen, which is now sold at 600+ retailers throughout the U.S. Listen in as Jessica shares her experi…
 
Tracey Welson-Rossman is on a mission to help girls understand that a future in technology can be exciting and rewarding and can transcend into nearly every field imaginable. She founded TechGirlz, a non-profit program dedicated to inspiring teenage girls to consider careers in technology. To date, 20,000 girls in 20 countries around the world have…
 
Joining us today are Suzanne Wilcox and Leslie Hooker, Founders of Beer City Dog Biscuits. They established the nonprofit on behalf of their adult sons, both of whom have disabilities. Their goal is to build a stronger community by providing vocational training and meaningful employment for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabiliti…
 
Joining us today is Cady Wolf, Vice President of Commercial Strategy at Sojern. Cady has more than 20 years of experience working in the travel technology space. She is an advocate for increasing the diversity of women in corporate leadership and board-level positions. Listen in as Cady shares ways that women of all backgrounds can empower each oth…
 
Shoshana Vitale, owner of SoulBeat Studio and Fitness Expert at 6 ABC Action News, is driven by a passion for doing what she loves. Through fitness, she empowers others to follow their dreams and pursue their goals. Join us to hear how Shoshana balances her busy professional life with being the mother to four young boys! Helpful Links: SoulBeat Stu…
 
Michelle Penczak, CEO of Squared Away, knows firsthand the challenges that military spouses face to find employment and help provide for their families. She is the mother of two young boys and the proud wife of an active-duty Marine Corps pilot. Michelle launched her firm in 2017 and now employs over 100 military spouses and veterans. Listen in as …
 
Dr. Robin West, a board-certified orthopedic and sports medicine surgeon, is the Lead Team Physician for the Washington Nationals, the Head Team Physician for the Washington Football Team, and the Chairman of Inova Sports Medicine. Dr. West joins us today to share what inspired her to become a doctor, her experience working in a male-dominated fiel…
 
Susan Michel and Carol Ann Fernandez join us today for a special podcast focusing on financial literacy and the importance of teaching kids about money. Listen in as they share simple steps that you can take at home to teach children valuable lessons about budgeting, saving, and smart money management. Join us every other week on Women's Wealth: Th…
 
Christina Lowery is the CEO of Girl Rising (GR), a nonprofit organization that uses the power of storytelling to change the way the world values girls and their education. In 2009, Christina helped found Girl Rising by leveraging her experience in documentary film and applying it to storytelling as an engine of social awareness and change. Eight ye…
 
Jenn Langzettel, Head Rowing Coach at Duquesne University, joins us on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way® today. Jenn has coached at Duquesne for 13 seasons, and was named head coach in May of 2017. When she’s not out on the river or in the office, Jenn focuses her energy on her two young daughters, Evelyn and Kaley. Her 10-year-old daughter, Kaley, w…
 
Linda Clemons, a renowned sales and body language expert, joins us today to share her thoughts on how important non-verbal communication is to success in life and business. Linda is the CEO of Sisterpreneur®, Inc., an international business organization focused on empowering women entrepreneurs. Listen in as Linda, also known as the “Queen of Netwo…
 
Dr. Valerie Young joins us on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way® today to share her advice and tips on dealing with impostor syndrome. Dr. Young is an internationally recognized expert in the field, an accomplished speaker, and the author of an award-winning book, The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women: Why Capable People Suffer from Impostor Syndrom…
 
Entrepreneur Rosemary Swierk is an advocate for women-owned businesses, particularly in the construction industry. She joins us today to share how her journey in the construction business began and what she has learned along the way. Rosemary is the Founder and President of Direct Steel® and Construction and a State of Illinois appointee to the Sma…
 
Faith Saunders, founder and CEO of Discover a New Future, joins us today to discuss emotional wellness during these uncertain times. Faith is involved in New Jersey Hope and Healing, an initiative created in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and designed to help individuals and groups cope and adapt to the new norm. Listen in as Faith shares insigh…
 
Our guest today is Dr. Sheri Mello, an audiologist at the Raleigh Hearing and Tinnitus Center. While conducting curbside appointments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Mello realized that her patients were struggling to hear and understand her because she was wearing a face mask. Now, she's working on an innovative solution to that problem. Join us…
 
With the COVID-19 pandemic, the teaching world has seen incredible change over the past few months. Our special guests today are Mary Ann Jones and her daughter, Kelly Jones, and they are fourth-grade teachers in New Jersey. Mary Ann and Kelly have transitioned from teaching their students at school and in-person to teaching through a fully remote,…
 
Ann Logan is a medical professional with more than 30 years of leadership experience. She works for CarePoint Health and is the Chief Hospital Executive at Hoboken University Medical Center in New Jersey. Listen in as Ann shares an inside view of what she and her team are experiencing on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. Join us every other …
 
Laura Vanderkam, a productivity and time management expert, joins us this week to share practical, easy-to-follow tips on how to make the most of your time and establish what you want to get out of life. Laura is the author of several time-management books and co-hosts the podcast, Best of Both Worlds. She blogs at https://lauravanderkam.com/. Laur…
 
After surviving domestic violence, Cara Brookins was faced with the stark challenge of providing for her four children, with no one to turn to but herself. In desperate need of a home—but without the means to buy one—she did something incredible. She built her very own 3,500 square foot home from scratch by using YouTube tutorials while rebuilding …
 
In 2019, Ruth Riley was named to the 21st Class of Inductees to the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. She led Notre Dame to their first national championship in 2001, and she is one of the few players to win an NCAA title, two WNBA titles, and an Olympic Gold Medal. Ruth joins us today to share her journey as a professional basketball player, an Oly…
 
When Colleen Kavanagh couldn’t find companies that made nutrient-dense foods that would meet the dietary restrictions of her family, she was inspired to build her own firm. Listen in as Colleen shares the incredible story behind ZEGO. Join us every other week on Women's Wealth: The Middle Way®, a radio show aimed at helping women navigate questions…
 
Kimberly Caccavo and Kate Nowlan are founders of the women’s apparel brand GRACEDBYGRIT and co-authors of an international best-selling book “Graced by Grit: The Entrepreneurial Woman’s Guide to Starting a Business With Power, Passion and Purpose.” Today they share how they took their women’s athletic apparel store, GRACEDBYGRIT, the first communit…
 
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s Disease, is a neurological disease that takes a heavy toll on those who are diagnosed with it, as well as their families. Jodi O’Donnell-Ames came to understand how difficult it was when her husband was diagnosed with ALS. As Jodi cared for both her husband and her 2-year-old daughter, she found …
 
Today, less than 10% of packaging plastics are recycled. The rest is sent to landfills or becomes pollution. Our special guests today are long-term friends who are working together to change that statistic. They are entrepreneurs, environmental advocates and inventors, Miranda Wang and Jeannie Yao, are co-founders of BioCellection, a company that t…
 
Sylvia Alcala, President and Founder of J. Anthony Group, a supply chain consulting and contract labor firm in the aerospace & defense industry, has a closely-held belief that education is the key to opportunity. Throughout her career, she has had an interest in helping students obtain a college degree, particularly those who want to further their …
 
Sangeeta Rao, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Student Mentoring Programs at Rutgers University, is passionate about empowering women. Sangeeta oversees Women BUILD, a leadership program designed to give high achieving, talented women undergraduates at Rutgers Business School the opportunity to reach their full leadership potential as business students. S…
 
Lynn Griffith, CEO of Welcome Events and President of Welcome Walks, has multiple successful businesses under her belt. After 25 years of working in the corporate events industry, Lynn has turned her focus to something new. In fact, she’s altering the travel landscape with digital walking tours. An active member of the WBENC Women’s Enterprise Foru…
 
Rebecca Grzybowski shares her journey from collegiate rower, to training for the Olympic trials, to becoming a head coach, and what motivated her through each step. As a mother of two, Rebecca had to adjust to not only leading a team of women, but to also caring for her two sons, and learning how to “flex the muscle” of asking others for help along…
 
Hetal Parikh is a dynamic entrepreneur who drives innovation with a culture of empathy. She co-founded Rangam Consultants, a minority, woman-and disability-owned workforce solutions company, with her husband in 1995. She has worked to create a company culture of inclusion and collaboration through innovation in special education, disability hiring,…
 
This week, Susan is joined by Judith Germano. Judith is an adjunct professor at NYU Law, the founder of Germano Law, a senior fellow at the NYU Center for Cybersecurity, a mother of two, and a triathlete. Judith joins Susan today to talk about cybersecurity law and women in the field of cybersecurity. She gives helpful advice on the importance of b…
 
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in this episode, Susan is joined by Dana Donofree, founder of AnaOno. After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 at the age of 27, Dana applied her degree in fashion design, a successful fashion industry career, and her 15+ years of experience toward designing, launching and growing AnaOno, a line…
 
Laurie Cummins and her daughter, Alexandra Groezinger, join Susan Michel and Carol Ann Fernandez to share their story. Laurie and her husband started their business, Groezinger Provisions, Inc. in 1982. As a woman in business, especially in the male-dominated food industry, Laurie has faced and overcome challenges to achieve the success that her bu…
 
This week, Susan Michel, CEO of Glen Eagle Advisors, is joined by guest Ande Frazier, a successful finance and insurance industry executive. Ande has had many ambitions and plans for her life both personally and professionally. Despite going through a divorce at a young age and being a single mom, Ande was able to excel in her role as a mother and …
 
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