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Podcast Episode 82: Smashing the Patriarchy with Kelley Calkins

In The She+ Geeks Out Podcast by Rachel Murray

Holy honesty, ladies and gentlemen! We had an incredible time learning from the totally bad ass Kelley Calkins, co-founder of The Establishment, a multimedia company that elevates the voices that are missing within the real media establishment. They cover society, science, politics, relationships, arts, and everything in between and are 100% female run. Boom! We had lots of feelings about …

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Podcast Episode 80: Geeking Out About Intellectual Property with Lucinda Longcroft

In geek life, The She+ Geeks Out Podcast by Rachel Murray

Guess what, this Thursday is World Intellectual Property Day! That’s a thing we might not have known about, but we promise it’s important! And to celebrate, we spoke with the Head of WIPO’s (World Intellectual Property Organization) NYC office, the super impressive and super passionate Lucinda Longcroft! This year’s theme celebrates the brilliant women creating change in our world and …

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Podcast Episode 78: Getting Fired (Up) with Anna Yen

In The She+ Geeks Out Podcast by Rachel Murray

Anna Yen is Managing Director of Ellipsis and author of Sophia of Silicon Valley which comes out TODAY! Go buy her book here! We talked with Anna about her life, which is loosely represented in her new book. It’s the perfect fun read that does a great job of capturing the insanity that is Silicon Valley from a unique perspective. We talked …

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Podcast Episode 77: Starting a Toy Company with Bryanne Leeming

In The She+ Geeks Out Podcast by Rachel Murray

Bryanne Leeming is the founder of Unruly Studios – the first ever Active STEM Play experience. They make SPLATS. How fun is that? We talk about Bryanne’s journey to entrepreneurship and what it’s like to be a founder in Boston. Felicia and Rachel are back together in Boston and we start off our conversation by complaining about the weather. Because, BOSTON. Enjoy! …

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Podcast Episode 76: Exploring your Identity with Thomas Harwell

In Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, The She+ Geeks Out Podcast by Rachel Murray

Thomas Harwell is the Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business and, like many of our other guests, is simply a delight. We balanced conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusion with a healthy dose of Harry Potter, Black Panther and more! Download the episode on Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud or whichever podcast tool you prefer, or listen …

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Podcast Episode 75: Finding the Joy with Janice Carte

In The She+ Geeks Out Podcast by Rachel Murray

We revisit Janice Carte, owner of Tiny Spoon Chef, and one of our most popular podcast guests last year! We learn what Janice is up to these days, how the business is doing, and talk about finding the joy in the work you do. Download the episode on Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud or whichever podcast tool you prefer, or listen to it right here! …

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Podcast Episode 74: Highlighting the ‘S’ in ‘STEM’ with Nina Dudnik

In The She+ Geeks Out Podcast by Rachel Murray

Nina Dudnik is the founder and CEO of Seeding Labs, a Boston-based nonprofit organization that helps scientists in developing nations conduct life-changing research by providing them with lab equipment, training, opportunities for collaboration, and other resources. We chat about GMOs (they’re not that bad!), science, and how Nina got started with Seeding Labs. Download the episode on Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud or whichever podcast …

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Podcast Episode 73: Feeling Positive with Marysharon Owens

In The She+ Geeks Out Podcast by Rachel Murray

Marysharon Owens is a Global Business Executive at R/GA and Co-Founder and Positive Psychology Consultant at Artistic Executive. We were completely inspired by her passion and commitment to creating a more inclusive world, to speak up against injustice, and to do it all with a positive attitude. We hope you get as much joy from listening to her as we …