How She Did It

Episode 1: Miki Reynolds on Self Advocacy

An episode of How She Did It

By Yolanda Enoch
How She Did It explores the often winding and rarely linear career paths of women of color. Hear how each woman got there - what career moves she made, who supported her, what she learned about herself - and take action towards having a career you love. Hosted by Yolanda Enoch, the show is for other women of color who are just getting started in their careers, changing careers, ready to take their careers to the next level, or curious and want to learn about other dope women in the world.
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Episode 15: Check In With Previous Guests
Today's episode is a little different. You'll hear from four previous guests - Kim Vu, Heidy Vaquerano, Dr. DeAnne Davis Brooks, and Jess Puccinelli - who’ve all had career changes since their original interviews.   For links to those previous interviews and the new things we discussed, check out the show notes at http://howshedidit.club/15. ----- Music Credits: Lip Gloss by Podington Bear ◆ Flashback/transition by Minecast_ ◆ Clean Record Scratch by kwahmah_02
33:20
January 24, 2019
Episode 14: Kat Yalung on Jumping
Kat Yalung is the Director of Bixel Exchange's Startup LAunch Program, a not-for-profit tech incubator that provides no cost, no equity one-on-one mentorship for early stage tech entrepreneurs in Los Angeles.  For links to the people and things we discuss check out the show notes at http://howshedidit.club/14. ----- Background Music: Lip Gloss by Podington Bear
1:10:09
May 2, 2018
Episode 13: Kim Vu on Excellence
Yolanda sits down with Kim Vu, the Executive Chef and Owner of Vucacious Catering. For links to the people and things we discuss check out the show notes at http://howshedidit.club/13.
1:22:46
February 22, 2018
Episode 12: Linette Coste on Taking Chances
http://howshedidit.club/12 | Yolanda sits down with Linette Coste, the Head of Events and Partnerships at Cross Campus, a co-working and events space with multiple locations in Los Angeles. ----- Background Music: Lip Gloss by Podington Bear
55:28
February 8, 2018
Episode 11: Kelly Shapiro on Checking the Source
Yolanda sits down with Kelly Shapiro, an attorney and advisor. She founded The Law Offices of Kelly D. Shapiro, a solo-practitioner law firm in Los Angeles, New York, and Philadelphia. For links to the people and things we discuss check out the show notes at http://howshedidit.club/11. ----- Background Music: Lip Gloss by Podington Bear
50:40
January 18, 2018
Episode 10: Karuna Patel on Love-Based Decisions
Karuna Patel is an Integrative Physical Therapist in practice at Turtle Rabbit Physical Therapy. Karuna knew she wanted to be a physical therapist in high school and she was very intentional in how she got there. For links to what we discuss and to answer the episode's listener question, check out the show notes: http://howshedidit.club/10 Tell a friend to subscribe! Share this link: http://howshedidit.club ----- Background Music: Lip Gloss by Podington Bear
46:58
January 10, 2018
Episode 9: A Recap of Favorite Moments from 2017
How She Did It officially launched on September 20, 2017!! I share my favorite moments from the interviews and my thoughts about why these clips were meaningful to me. I also share my word for 2018 and my intentions for the podcast and my career for 2018. For links to episodes and other items referenced in this episode, view the show notes here: http://howshedidit.club/2017-recap ----- Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
33:43
January 3, 2018
Episode 8: Heidy Vaquerano on Being Inquisitive
Yolanda sits down with Heidy Vaquerano, an Entertainment Attorney. She is also the Managing Director of Girls in Tech, Los Angeles. For links to what we discuss and to answer the episode's listener question, check out the show notes: howshedidit.club/8. Tell a friend to subscribe! Share this link: yolandaenoch.com/podcast
1:11:35
November 29, 2017
Episode 7: Dr. DeAnne Davis Brooks on Being Great
Yolanda sits down with Dr. DeAnne Davis Brooks, an Associate Professor in the Exercise Science department at Salem College, a liberal arts women's college in North Carolina. She’s also a track coach and is married with three daughters, all under the age of 11. For links to what we discuss and to answer the episode's listener question, check out the show notes. http://howshedidit.club/7 ----- Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
1:06:41
November 1, 2017
Episode 6: Jess Puccinelli on Asking + Listening
Show Notes: http://howshedidit.club/6 ----- Jess Puccinelli is the owner of Haute Hope, a socially-conscious gifting studio based in Los Angeles. Her company creates gift boxes using products that give back to a good cause or positively impact the world. ----- Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
1:19:53
October 18, 2017
Episode 5: Carla Holden on Starting Before You're Ready
Yolanda sits down with Carla Holden, the founder of Her Business Boutique. She helps women set up successful marketing campaigns for their online businesses. For links to what we discuss and to answer the episode's listener question, check out the show notes: http://howshedidit.club/5 ----- Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
44:59
September 28, 2017
Episode 4: Sowmya Murthy on Stepping into Your Power
Yolanda sits down with Sowmya Murthy, the Chief Marketing Officer for Seven Lake Technologies, a challenger brand in the big data technology space. She also is the creator of The Soul Quotient, an incubator for alpha women that teaches them how to activate their intuition. For links to what we discuss and to answer the episode's listener question, check out the show notes: http://howshedidit.club/4 ----- Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
55:07
September 28, 2017
Episode 3: Allison Carpio on Changing Your Mind
Yolanda sits down with Allison Carpio, a Sales Copywriter for health e-commerce entrepreneurs. Allison is able to travel internationally quite frequently and stay for extended periods of times in the cities she travels to. For links to what we discuss and to answer the episode's listener question, check out the show notes: http://howshedidit.club/3 ----- Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
55:28
September 28, 2017
Episode 2: Amanda Guzmán on Serendipity
Yolanda sits down with Amanda Guzmán, the Head of Operations at The Sheryl Sandberg & Dave Goldberg Family Foundation. Amanda has an interesting career path. She started her career as a lawyer, switched to venture capital, and now she’s doing operations for a foundation. For links to what we discuss and to answer the episode's listener question, check out the show notes at http://howshedidit.club/2. ----- Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
51:27
September 28, 2017
Episode 1: Miki Reynolds on Self Advocacy
Yolanda sits down with Miki Reynolds, Executive Director of Grid110, a non-profit she co-founded that supports startups and founders in downtown Los Angeles (DTLA).  For links to what we discuss and to answer the episode's listener question, check out the show notes at http://howshedidit.club/1. ----- Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
53:39
September 23, 2017
Episode 0: About the Podcast
Yolanda, your host for How She Did It explains why she created this podcast, who she plans to interview, and how you can be a part of it. You can view the written version of this podcast episode on Medium: http://howshedidit.club/medium-podcast For links to what Yolanda mentions, check out the show notes at https://howshedidit.club/00  Tell a friend to subscribe! Share this link: https://howshedidit.club.  -----  Background Music: ballet by Ryan Little
07:51
September 23, 2017
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