Aubrey Blanche is the Global Head of Equitable Design & Impact at CultureAmp and formerly led Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Atlassian. Aubrey is also an angel investor in Silicon Valley, and holds degrees in Journalism and Political Science from Northwestern University and Stanford University.
In this episode, I chat with Aubrey about non-linear careers, creating her own roles within organizations, mental health, self-discovery, personal branding, sometimes rejecting feedback and much more!
You may follow Aubrey on Twitter at @adblanche.
Sue Stephens is a sales leader at Facebook based in Singapore. She grew up training to be a professional dancer and after an injury, transitioned to roles in HR, Customer Success and Sales across Europe and Asia. Sue is also pursuing her Masters in Organizational Behavior at INSEAD.
In this episode, I chat with with Sue about self-talk, climbing the ladder even while making a career pivot, formulating values and letting them guide one's decisions, international careers, managing your energy and not just time, executive education, and a new take on how you can "have it all"!
Shripriya Mahesh is a Founding Partner at Silicon Valley-based Spero Ventures, ex product leader at eBay, a former filmmaker from NYU and an alum of Harvard Business School.
In this episode, I chat with Shripriya about her career pivots, rediscovering oneself, risks and tradeoffs, the pros and cons of an MBA today, being a working mother and much more!
You may follow Shripriya on Twitter at @Shripriya.
Nora Denzel grew up on a farm in upper state New York and went on to become one of the youngest executives at IBM. She led tens of thousands of tech professionals at Intuit and HP, gave countless inspiring keynotes and graduation commencement speeches, and currently serves on the boards of AMD, Ericsson, NortonLifeLock and SUSE Linux.
Join us as we chat with Nora about career frameworks, being your own PR agent at your workplace, imposter syndrome, women on boards, her upcoming book Killing Miss Congeniality and much more!
You may follow Nora on Twitter at @NoraDenzel.