In this episode, Gaby discusses her extravagant journey on producing her Badass Women Series - a portrait project highlighting inspiring women from across the globe. As a female entrepreneur, Gaby has incredible insight in the photography industry and in connecting with female leaders across all industries. We hope you enjoy this super fun episode with Gaby!
To check out her series, visit https://www.gabydeimekephoto.com/badasswomen.
In this episode, Katy Dolan, Startup Consultant at Katy Dolan Consulting, discusses the process of navigating post-grad life and how our first jobs "don't have to be horrible". Katy also tells us how careers should make you happy, as if it were a relationship. After all, what would your friends think if you were in an unhealthy relationship? Would they think the same about your career if you were unhappy? Tune in to listen to Katy's insights on how you can ensure that you're happy in your career.
Season 2 Episode 1 is here! In this episode, Kayla Giarratana, a Talent Acquisition Specialist at Redbull, tells us about her journey following graduation from the University of Tampa. She shares insight into the recruiting cycle and helps explain how candidates can set themselves apart.
SEASON 1 FINALE EPISODE!
Big thank you to our listeners and guest speakers for supporting us through our journey of starting a podcast while in quarantine.
In this episode, Caitlin & Maddie reflect on Season 1 and it's challenges and highlights. They also discuss what it takes to start a podcast or passion project in quarantine and what to expect for Season 2 of Gettingolden. Spoiler alert: Season 2 has even more guest speakers, more videos, new content, and new adventures for Co-Hosts, Caitlin & Maddie.
To learn more, visit our Instagram @gettingolden or follow us on LinkedIn! You can also email us at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay Golden Everyone!
Caitlin x Maddie
While earning her marketing degree from Loyola Marymount University, Karly Peterson got her first taste of working for a global company. Over the past 6 years she has worked her way through field marketing, social media, brand marketing, brand partnerships, & campaign management at companies like Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, & Red Bull. Like so many others in 2020, COVID put her in a tough position; but thanks to the relationships she had built throughout her career, she was able to create an incredible role as a Creative Director for Brand Partnerships at yet another global company, tmrw magazine.
In this episode of #gettingolden, Karly shares her experience working in global marketing, navigating unemployment, & finding ways to develop herself outside of the office.
You can reach Karly on LinkedIn, Instagram @karlykinz, or through her website at www.heyitskarly.com.
On this episode, we got to hear from the QUEEN of networking - Sarah Davidson. Sarah is the Founder of Red Thread Services and a Recruiter Coordinator at Google. She loves meeting new people and helping others unlock their true potential. She shares her tips on stepping out of the comfort zone and how she built an incredible network, especially through her career coaching passion, Red Thread Services.
To learn more about Sarah and her fun tips for networking, visit @redthreadservices on Instagram or connect with Sarah on LinkedIn!
Amy Bovaird is a true inspiration. On this episode, Amy shares her story of how she was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) - a degenerative eye-disease resulting in blindness - at the age of 28. She later discovered that this diagnosis also led to Usher Syndrome, the leading cause of deaf blindness. However, this never stopped Amy from traveling and pursuing her dreams.
Amy traveled to 33 countries, taught English as a second language (ESL), and wrote about her experiences along her incredible journey. Today, she continues to educate others through her memoirs which are discussed in this episode.
To learn more about Amy and her story, check out her website at www.amybovaird.com.
In this episode, Natsune shares her story of her inspiration behind her book, The Game of Self Domination, and her journey as a business women in Japan. Natsune's goal is to inspire others by helping people reach their dreams and master their resilience. She does just that by discussing the importance of self domination and taking control of your life in this very episode.
To learn more, check out Natsune's book at: https://www.lifeupeducationtv.com/english-book
After her battle with Lymphoma during her senior year in college, Aubrie Vargas decided to dedicate her life to serving others. In this episode, Aubrie inspires us with her story of how she became the Arizona Account Manager for the world's largest and most diverse stem-cell registry, Be The Match. Throughout her story, Aubrie discusses the importance of sharing your story for others to hear and encourages us to embrace the stories we've created.
To learn more about Aubrie and her journey with Be The Match, follow Be The Match on Instagram @bethematch or Be The Match, Arizona @bethematch_asu
After 30 successful years in the music industry, PJ Olsen decided that it was time for a change. At age 50, she began her life’s mission and her passion – to help people regain strength, remove physical limitations and restore their confidence. On this special edition episode, PJ shares her journey of starting Restorative Strength, LLC a company that helps individuals restore physical fitness in clients who suffer from chronic pain issues or physically limiting medical conditions.
Follow @peejolsen on Instagram to learn more about PJ's incredible story!
Music by KDIN + Fitz Leland.
After graduating from Pepperdine University with a degree in Fine Arts, Tammy Hong embarked on a journey to create Cafe Persona -- a bespoke coffee shop right in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles.
In this episode of #gettingolden, Tammy shares her experience of the steep learning curve that goes along with entrepreneurship.
Follow @cafe.persona on Instagram to learn more about Tammy and her journey to entrepreneurship!
Music by KDIN + Fitzleland
In this episode, Caitlin and Maddie introduce Amy Sun, a business operations analyst at Facebook, focused primarily on Newsfeed monetization. Amy shares her story of how she found her way to Facebook by trusting the process that brought her to where she is now. She went from two engineering degrees to working in tech and is no stranger to providing amazing advice to young professionals. Want to learn more about Amy? Connect with her on LinkedIn!
Gettingolden podcast is a community focused on empowering women to take charge of their finances, careers, and wellness so they can shine. We share our stories, experiences, and personal views in the hopes of informing and empowering women.
In this episode, you will learn more about co-founders Maddie and Caitlin.
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