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Groundbreaking

Groundbreaking

By Jake Brewer
Groundbreaking follows Jake Brewer as he interviews today's youngest creators redefining entrepreneurship, and introduces you to the leaders of tomorrow...today. The FRNDLY original podcast offers unique insight into Gen-Z creativity and the art of connection in the modern day. Join Jake and FRNDLY for new episodes every Tuesday. For more from FRNDLY, visit frndlymedia.com. Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com and following us: @frndlymedia.
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Episode 28 - Gilanares, Singer/Songwriter
Meet Gilanares, the singer/songwriter known for her hit song “Good Person” and recent TikTok fame, is an up and coming artist embracing the faults and lessons of young artistry through writing about just that. Her lyrical structure, meaningful commentary, and strong presence have collaborated to accumulate the attention of hundreds of thousands of viewers. Her debut EP dropped this year, but she’s already found opportunity in development as she begins work on her debut album. In the episode, Jake and her chat all things lyricism and navigating finding your voice, your style, and your place in the music industry. For more from Gilanares, visit @gilanares on Instagram and TiKTok. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
01:01:10
April 6, 2021
Episode 27 - Neelu Mohaghegh, Channel Sounds
Meet Neelu Mohaghegh, co-founder and co-creative director of Channel Sounds, a think tank and creative group dedicated to empowering young artists through content creation, brand design, and unique approaches to tackle the music industry. She's also the Editor in Chief of DETOUR Live, a music blog where Neelu dives into the realities of young artistry through connecting with today's rising talent and tomorrow's chart-toppers. In the episode, Jake and Neelu discuss how to brainstorm, build a compromised strategy, and the music industry in a post-COVID world. Keep up with Neelu by following @channel.sounds and visiting them online at channelsounds.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
55:30
March 30, 2021
Episode 26 - Lauren Stikeleather, Poet/Author
Meet Lauren Stikeleather, author of "A Mixing Pot of Poems for Thought," her debut poetry project hitting bookstores across the nation, sharing personal stories that she hopes will connect to audiences of all kinds. In the episode, Lauren talks to Jake about her writing process, becoming emotionally vulnerable through her work, and the process it takes to become comfortable with your creativity. To keep up with Lauren, you can visit laurenstikeleather.com, purchase a copy, and follow @mixingpotofpoems and @lrstikes. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
49:32
March 23, 2021
Episode 25 - Fiona Tran, FT The Label
Meet Fiona Tran, San Francisco-based blogger and recent founder of FT the Label, a new clothing brand launching this week. Jake and Fiona reconnect over their entrepreneurial ambitions and discuss branding 101, the early stages of idea development, work/life balance, and how we can stay healthy while still giving things our all. FT the Label launches March 19 at ftthelabel.com. Follow @ftthelabel and @fionafkntran to continue following Fiona's journey. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
54:22
March 16, 2021
Episode 24 - Armand Manoukian and Carter Farnsworth, Podcast Hosts
Meet Armand Manoukian and Carter Farnsworth, podcast hosts of fashion and culture show, Clout Chasing. With Jake, the duo discusses their entry into the podcast world, the inside of fashion blogging and what consumers may not know, and the remains of toxic masculinity in the industry and their perspectives on its resolution and their involvement in so. Listen to Clout Chasing wherever you're listening now, and follow Armand and Carter. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
01:02:15
March 9, 2021
Episode 23 - Gigi Robinson, Content Creator
Meet Gigi Robinson, the in-high-demand and billboard-featured influencer re-defining modern digital creativity through social advocacy and powerful style integration that has attracted hundreds of thousands across social media. Today, Gigi joins Jake to discuss performative activism and how to authentically advocate in the digital space, her creative journey, college graduation, and how to stay motivated. Follow Gigi at @itsgigirobinson and by visiting gigirobinson.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
01:06:24
March 2, 2021
Episode 22 - Eaglin, Musicians
Meet Bailee and Kenzie Eaglin, the sister-duo from Denton, Texas, making an ambitious and powerful first impression with “Vanilla,” a rock/pop summer anthem that deserves to be on repeat. They join Jake to discuss how making music has changed their relationship, how they’ve brought personal elements into their craft, and their approach to a musical first impression. Continue following Eaglin at @eaglinmusic and streaming “Vanilla” right now on all platforms. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
52:22
February 23, 2021
Episode 21 - Eliot Lee, Director
Meet Eliot Lee, the LA-based up-and-coming music video director helping launch the careers of tomorrow's chart-topping artists. In today's episode, Jake and Eliot talk about variations across film media, how TikTok is not only revolutionizing the industry for artists, and how to handle imposter syndrome when things start working out. Continue following Eliot's work by following @imeliot on Instagram. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
01:07:22
February 16, 2021
Episode 20 - Maddie Stephenson, Singer/Songwriter/Composer
Meet Maddie Stephenson, the Chicago native and now Boston-based singer, songwriter, AND composer with a meticulous but ambitious approach through musical storytelling. In today’s episode, Jake and Maddie discuss the realities of being a young artist, how music fans can dissolve barriers to entry in the music industry, re-imagining the artistic path, and recognizing how creators are influenced. Continue following Maddie at @madddiestephenson and by streaming "In My Head," and watching the new video. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
55:15
February 9, 2021
Episode 19 - Cassie Wilson, Half/Access
In the second season premiere, Jake is joined by Cassie Wilson, disability activist and founder of Half/Access, a nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated to making live music more accessible in all venues. In today’s episode, they discuss social media activism, the history of oppression towards the disabled community, and how the entire music industry (from fans to artists) can become better advocates. Continue following Cassie and Half/Access at @halfaccess and @wilsonxcassie, and by visiting halfaccess.org. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
59:03
February 2, 2021
Groundbreaking Season 2 Trailer
Groundbreaking is back with more creators and more stories curated just for you. The FRNDLY original podcast brings you the creatives redefining what it means to create, and introducing you to the leaders of tomorrow, today. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast, and follow us @FRNDLYmedia, for all the latest and new episodes every Tuesday, beginning February 2, 2021.
01:28
January 19, 2021
Episode 18 - Josee Matela, Matelamade, and Jacob Wittenberg, FRNDLY
In the season finale, Jake calls his friend Josee Matela, Founder of First Gen Graduates and Matelamade, to discuss what motivates them, reflect on their friendship, and explain the foundations of both FRNDLY and Josee's projects. Jake also shares highlights from the season, and what brought him to create the show to inspire others. You can follow Josee at @joseematela and @matelamade. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
46:55
October 27, 2020
Episode 17 - Elise Cortes, leche
Meet Elise Cortes, founder of Leche, an all-new, culturally-inspired clothing brand built by the college senior from home, to be shipped to yours. In today’s episode we chat about connecting with your roots, finding your path, and recognizing that right place, right time may just be right now. If you want to continue following Elise’s journey, check them out on Instagram @loveleche for the latest drops and a bit more on what Elise and the brand are up to. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
52:04
October 20, 2020
Episode 16 - Tinah Ogalo, In Your Twentys
Meet Tinah Ogalo, Host of In Your Twentys, the podcast that removes all filters and dives deep into the topics, struggles, and realities that haunt, build, and give our 20s meaning. Tinah's new show features guests of all kinds, and in a superstar podcast crossover episode, she joins the show to discuss building a digital platform, what starting a show is like, and answers all the questions you didn't know everyone was asking. Connect with Tinah at @tinah.ogalo and @inyourtwentys. Stream the podcast on your favorite platform by searching for "In Your Twentys." Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
57:20
October 13, 2020
Episode 15 - Raquel Phillips, Qatch
Meet Raquel Phillips, co-founder and COO of Qatch, an all-new curated-for-you styling service that hits you up with the latest and personal recommendations for you. Raquel is redefining the shopping experience, and in the age of digital marketing and online shopping, found a way to create a new friendly dynamic between creator and client. In the new episode, we discuss with Raquel about building partnerships with brands, curating experiences to build trust for customers, and the logistics of thinking outside-the-box. For more from Raquel and the Qatch team, follow them at @joinqatch, and sign-up by visiting joinqatch.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
56:42
October 6, 2020
Episode 14 - Sarah Ganzenmuller, Ripplfect
Meet Sarah Ganzenmuller, Founder of Ripplfect, a new way to not only drink coffee and discover new cafes around town, but in a sustainable way like never before. The brand new endeavor focuses on rewarding consumers for using their reusable cups through partnerships with local businesses and encouraging sustainable practices. In today's episode, we chat with Sarah about implementing a cause into your brand, building connections with your community, asking for help when you need it most, and how to put yourself out there. Follow Ripplfect and Sarah at @theripplfect and by visiting theripplfect.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
01:01:05
September 29, 2020
Episode 13 - Ashley Olafsen, Visionaria Consulting
Meet Ashley Olafsen, founder of Move and Visionaria, two initiatives to inspire others through sharing all she's learned since starting her own business years ago. She first began working with young girls in elementary schools to empower them in self-expression and group activities. From there, Ashley founded Visionaria, a consulting group and creative service that pulls from her own expertise and innovative, critical thinking. Today, Ashley discusses how to follow a passion when that's working for a client and navigating self-development with a healthy, proactive approach. Keep up with Ashley by following @visionariaconsulting and @ashleyolafsen, and by visiting visionariaconsulting.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
54:15
September 22, 2020
Episode 12 - Bella Lam, Coconut Whisk
Meet Bella Lam, creator, blogger, and founder of @coconutwhisk, the first coconut sugar-based, 100% vegan, nut-free, and gluten-free baking mix for all to enjoy. Originally a dream that began in her college apartment, the brand is now soaring and flying off shelves across the nation. Every mix purchased comes with a promise of donating another meal to fight food insecurity. In today's episode, we talk to Bella about overcoming fear, recognizing a sustainable opportunity in your work, and how to make people fall in love with your brand as much as you have. Keep up with Bella and Coconut Whisk by following @coconutwhisk and visiting them at coconutwhisk.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
01:00:44
September 15, 2020
Episode 11 - Parsa Shahidi, Pangissimo
Meet Parsa Shahidi, co-founder and COO of Pangissimo, a new sound system who's latest release, SIMO, is changing the way you listen from streaming music to building surround sound anywhere at anytime. The new startup is tackling media giants by raising the volume everywhere, but their story is doing more than making waves. From early pitches to prototype development, Parsa shares the realities of turning a vision into a tangible product, and the lessons he's learned from the milestones along the way. For more from Pangissimo, visit pangissimostudio.com and follow them @pangissimo. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
59:24
September 8, 2020
Episode 10 - Christina Snow, Heart and Social
Meet Christina Snow, co-founder of Heart and Social Media, a new media agency working with small businesses to build their digital brand. With the rise of young entrepreneurship, Christina and her co-founder, Brianna, are working across Washington to assist young creatives like themselves. In the new episode, we discuss the value of digital branding, connecting with others, and being confident in your capability no matter your experience. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
53:28
September 1, 2020
Episode 9 - Katie Diasti, Viv for Your V
Meet Katie Diasti, Founder of Viv for Your V, an innovative, sustainable, allergy-free alternative to menstrual products. With no plastic, Viv for Your V uses bamboo as a 95% biodegradable alternative to redefine essential period care. The Boston College graduate and entrepreneur shares with us her story of empowerment to change standards and expectations for a more sustainable and friendly future in self care. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
53:28
August 25, 2020
Episode 8 - Vanessa Zielinski, Class of 2020 Agency
Meet Vanessa Zielinski, a recent UT Austin graduate and co-founder of Class of 2020 Agency, a new group founded by graduates exercising their creative ambitions in a new way. Having traveled and interned across the country, Vanessa preaches resilience to encourage other young creators to find and challenge their passions in new environments. In this week's episode, we discuss the realities of young creatives entering the work force, what ad agencies often get wrong, the growing trend of unconventional career routes, and recognizing self-awareness in an effort to build upon it. Follow Vanessa @nessazee and check out the Class of 2020 Agency at classof2020.agency. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
01:07:39
August 18, 2020
Episode 7 - Chris Sumlin, Author & TV Writer
Meet Chris Sumlin, author and aspiring television writer. His third book, "Halfway Thru My 20s," set for publication later this year, is a follow-up to his first two books on college, life, and the realities of young adulthood. When he's not writing, he's still writing - but this time for TV. With three shows under his belt (and three degrees), Chris is an activist for greater diversity and representation across all entertainment. In this episode, we Chris discusses the value of diverse voices, the highs and lows of writing and publishing, and the steps to put your ambition and goals into gear. Follow Chris at @thechrissumlin and thechrissumlin.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
58:29
August 11, 2020
Episode 6 - Rachel Leiner, Rachel Leiner Photo
Meet Rachel Leiner, the NYC-based photographer who went from small business to international creative. Starting as a freelance photographer, Rachel learned to build her brand through networking, curating connection, establishing trust, and learning to compromise in creative vision. Her story emphasizes the repercussions of resilience, and what can happen if you tune out the world and instead turn up the volume on your own spirit. Together, we chat all things photography, the value of real-world experience, and working with clients and customers. Continue following Rachel's journey by checking out @rachelleinerphoto and visiting rachelleiner.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
54:40
August 4, 2020
Episode 5 - Candice Peterkin, She is Art
Candice Peterkin is the Founder of She is Art, a magazine and cultural space for women of color to elevate and emphasize their voices. Candice's journey begins in school where she recognized an opportunity to build a platform she wished had existed as a resource of her own. Now, she's fundraising across the nation and traveling to share her story of fulfillment and passion. Today, she stops by our show to discuss building confidence and amplifying and clarifying a mission that you see so clearly. Continue following Candice's journey by checking out @candicepeterkin and following @sheisartmagazine.  Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
58:29
July 28, 2020
Episode 4 - Ezla Lewis, Palacose
Ezla Lewis is the Houston-based founder of Palacose, a clothing and lifestyle brand that he built from the ground up. After starting corporate, Ezla decided to follow his entrepreneurial passion for fashion, partaking in fashion shows (including NYFW) and traveling the globe. In this episode, we discuss all things branding, how to find your spark, and the value of networking and working with others. Ezla also shares his best creative advice and the feelings of watching your vision become reality. You can follow @ezlalewis and his journey at @palacose and at palacose.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
50:58
July 21, 2020
Episode 3 - Nia Chantal, NC Magazine and the Femme Creative
Nia Chantal is the Atlanta-based blogger turned entrepreneur that everybody should be talking about. As an events coordinator for Bumble and recent founder of not one, but two media companies advising and building the knowledge to support future creators, Nia embodies her creative edge and shares with us the best pieces of advice she has for getting off the ground. In our conversation, we discuss the realities of pitching yourself, building events, and making an experience of a brand to emphasize customer and reader loyalty. Connect with Nia by following @niachantal and @ncmag_, and by visiting ncmag.co and thefemmecreative.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
59:33
July 14, 2020
Episode 2 - Jacob Zander, Footsouls
Jacob Zander is the 22-year-old Santa Barbara entrepreneur responsible for Footsouls, a recently viral insole for Converse that emphasizes the beauties of life when you aren't pre-occupied by uncomfortable shoes. After a viral TikTok and a recent boom in sales, the young creator personalizes each order with a unique touch, and partners the product with a branding and energy of contagious spirit and grace that attracts visitors and new friends of all backgrounds. In the episode, Jacob tells the stories that brought him to where he is today, from a spontaneous trip to New York to meet Teen Vogue to learning and working with growth while remaining true to your origin. This story is one you can't miss. To connect with Jacob and Footsouls, you can follow them at @jacobzander_ and @footsouls_. You can order a pair for yourself and support the brand at footsouls.com. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
01:02:16
July 7, 2020
Episode 1 - Sarah Greisdorf, Holdette
Sarah Greisdorf is the CEO and Founder of Holdette, a new line of women's workwear and collaborative organization to empower female professionals in all spaces. The recent BU-graduate shares her story of adapting and building confidence in your message while being open to new opportunity. In Sarah's story, she learns to meet an industry demand while listening to friends and family, but ultimately focusing on the heart of her mission. Now, Holdette, run by a team of female leaders, has completed a massive fundraiser with plans to launch their own workwear line later this year. Connect with Holdette by following them @holdette and visiting them at Holdette.com. Connect with Sarah by following @sarahgreisdorf on Instagram. Continue supporting Groundbreaking by subscribing to the podcast and leaving a review. Want more from FRNDLY? Check out what we're up to by visiting us at frndlymedia.com and following @frndlymedia on all platforms. You can also follow Jake at @jacobwittenberg. Know somebody we should interview or have a thought you'd like to share? Contact the show by emailing jake@frndlymedia.com.
55:24
July 7, 2020
Groundbreaking Trailer
FRNDLY presents Groundbreaking, an original podcast hosted by Jake Brewer that dives into the world of young entrepreneurship through unique profiles and interviews with today's youngest creators... and tomorrow's brightest leaders.
01:56
July 1, 2020