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Moms at Work: The Official jobs.mom Podcast

Moms at Work: The Official jobs.mom Podcast

By jobs.mom
1 in 5 working moms say they’ve been passed over for an important assignment or for a promotion because they have children. And women who take even 1 year off to have kids come back to earn 40% less than their peers. Working moms outpace, outperform, and outwork their peers. So why don’t companies make an effort to support working moms? And how can working moms advocate for themselves in the workplace? Frankly, we’re tired of asking for a seat at the table. It’s time to make our own table. And we’re going to talk about how. This is Moms At Work – the official podcast from Jobs.mom.
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Episode 23: Babies at Booz Allen
Lindsay Zoeller at Booz Allen Hamilton talks about life, UX, and corporate cultures that do right by their working mothers. Have a listen as Lindsay recounts her journey to motherhood while working at one of the world's largest and most prestigious firms. No pressure. Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast. Visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
29:51
July 8, 2021
Episode 22: Would I Lie To You?
Aliya Ali-Afzal, British writer, talks about her debut novel "Would I Lie To You?" and the inspiration she drew from her own life as a working mother to pen the critically acclaimed story. Aliya's novel debuts in the UK this year and is available for purchase and preorder below: U.K. preorder link for July 8, 2021 https://amzn.to/36o1FsK USA preorder link for February 2022 https://m.barnesandnoble.com/w/would-i-lie-to-you-aliya-ali-afzal/1139648089 Follow the author on social media: Twitter: @AAAiswriting Instagram: @aliyaaliafzalauthor
38:41
July 1, 2021
Episode 21: When Women Negotiate
Michele Pekar, author, scholar, executive,  professional negotiator, and mother, talks about the fundamentals of modern negotiation, the advantages female negotiators have, and how women can negotiate successfully in the workplace. Michele's books on negotiation can be purchased on Amazon here: The First Move: A Negotiator's Companion Mediation: Negotiation by Other Moves Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast. Visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
31:53
June 24, 2021
Episode 20: Deep Work and the Myth of Multitasking
Doreen Steenland, transformational neuroscience coach, joins the Moms at Work podcast to talk about the difference between multitasking and switch tasking, and the damage we're doing to our daily efficiency and productivity when we think we're juggling multiple tasks, but we're actually not. Doreen shares tools, tips, and tactics for women and moms especially to organize their schedules, realize optimal performance and productivity at work, and find more time to do the things you want, with the people you love. Tune in to listen to Doreen as she teaches us what exactly "Deep Work" is, and how we can achieve it, and how achieving deep work equals achievement in the workplace and in your personal lives.
32:37
June 16, 2021
Episode 19: Building Inclusive Cultures in the Media World
Amy Shoenthal, VP & Group Manager, Digital at M Booth joins Zabeen Mirza to discuss the struggles of working women and mothers in the PR, media, and ad worlds, and talks about the steps companies can take to create cultures that are inclusive, accepting, and truly equitable for all. Amy shares her own experiences as a working mom, and insights into why even though some industries are so predominantly female, those same industries lack female representation at the highest ranks of their leadership. Listen more to Amy talk about the path forward, a plan for change, and how the industry is changing and needs to continue to change in order to survive and thrive in the new world. Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast. Visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
52:01
June 10, 2021
Episode 18: Money Mistakes Women Make
Financial Representative and Jobs.mom expert finance contributor Erin Hoffman joins Episode 18 of the Moms At Work #podcast to talk about the most common money mistakes women make and advice on how we can increase our financial literacy and secure ultimate financial freedom and independence. Subscribe at jobs.mom/podcast and follow us on social media. Erin Hoffman is a Registered Representative of Park Avenue Securities LLC (PAS). Securities products offered though PAS, member FINRA, SIPC. Financial Representative of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® (Guardian), New York, NY. PAS is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Guardian. Certified Financial Services, LLC is not an affiliate or subsidiary of PAS or Guardian. CA License #4029326. 2021-121027 Exp. 5/23. Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast. Visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
40:38
June 3, 2021
Episode 17: You Can't Have It All...Yet
Jennifer Folsom, Author of "Ringmaster", and VP of Growth at ICF Next joins this week's episode to talk about the toxicity of reaching for an unattainable ideal. Let's face it, life is a circus. But what does it mean to be The Ringmaster of the circus that is the life of a working mother? How do we advance in our careers, excel as a parent, and live a balanced, happy, healthy life? You can't have it all, at least not yet. But we talk about what you can have in the meantime, and how you can work towards "the ideal". Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast. Visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
22:02
May 27, 2021
Episode 16: Fighting Workplace Bullying & Sexual Harassment
Dr. Megan Amerson Brown has been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, designing safety protocols for hospitals around the country to keep medical providers safe as they battle the coronavirus. Her numerous achievements however, didn't stop her from being the victim of workplace bullying and sexual harassment. Dr. Brown joins Episode 16 of the Jobs.mom podcast to share her experiences and to give tools and tactics for effectively protecting yourself from bullying at work, advocating for your rights, and maintaining your dignity in the face of difficult and uncomfortable situations.  Listen and subscribe at jobs.mom/podcast or wherever you listen to your podcasts! #sexualharassment #BULLYING #workplacediscrimination #workingmothers #workingmoms #workingwomen #advocacy #likeaboss #likeamother #jobsdotmom
50:13
May 20, 2021
Episode 15: How Men Can Be Allies to Women at Work
Kwame Christian of the American Negotiation Institute joins Jobs.mom this week to talk about how men can be allies to women in the workplace. Tune in to Episode 15 at jobs.mom/podcast #podcast #ally #women #workingmothers #workingmoms #workingwomen #allyship #likeamother #likeaboss #jobsdotmom Produced by Pretty Easy Podcasts
34:47
May 13, 2021
Episode 14: MomsRising: The Fight For Mothers' Rights At Work
Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, Executive Director of MomsRising.org joins Episode 14 of MOMS AT WORK to talk about the fight for mothers' rights in the workplace and how we can all be a part of the solution. Kristin reminds moms everywhere: "You are not alone." Tune in to Episode 14 to learn more about the advocacy, the activism, and the movement to create a more equitable workplace for mothers. #jobsdotmom #workingmoms #workingmothers #workingwomen #likeamother #likeaboss #equity #inclusivity #advocacy Produced by Pretty Easy Podcasts
34:30
May 6, 2021
Episode 13: Moms on Boards: Making Space & Saving Face
Nichelle Maynard-Elliott, Board Director at Xerox joins the Jobs.mom Podcast to talk about what it means to be a board director, the job description, how to get on a board, and why diversity on boards is now as critical as ever. Nichelle shares her experience, her insights, and her hopes for the future of boards and gives women everywhere guidance on pursuing their own board positions. Tune in to Episode 13 to hear more. Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom/podcast to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow host Zabeen Mirza here. Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
50:32
April 29, 2021
Episode 12: A Modest Proposal: Dignity in Education
Evelyn Sideri, a career educator, and former teacher to Jobs.mom CEO Zabeen Mirza gets on to talk about dignity in education, what teachers have experienced during the pandemic, and what the future of education needs to look like in order for it to truly live up to its ideals. #education #podcast #teachers #future #teacher #parenting #pandemic #covid19 #coronavirus #likeaboss #likeamother #workingmothers #workingparents #workingwomen Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom/podcast to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow host Zabeen Mirza here.  Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
47:04
April 22, 2021
Episode 11: The Cult of Done Manifesto
The Done Manifesto is a set of working rules based on a sense of urgency. No time for careful deliberation, it tells us. Just keep moving. Written by Bre Pettis and Kio Stark in 2009, the manifesto has gained a loyal following -- and for good reason. Silicon Valley Founder Cynthia Schames sits down with Zabeen Mirza to talk about the Manifesto and what each rule means and how it applies to our lives. Rule #1: There are three states of being. Not knowing, action and completion. Rule #2: Accept that everything is a draft. It helps to get it done. To hear all the rules, tune in to Episode 11. Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom/podcast to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow host Zabeen Mirza here. Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
50:16
April 15, 2021
Episode 10: WAGE HOPE: The Fight To End Pancreatic Cancer w/ Kathleen O'Reilly
Jobs.mom Founder & CEO Zabeen Mirza lost her father to pancreatic cancer when she was 11 years old. She recounts her story and sits down with Kathleen O'Reilly, Affiliate Associate Director of NY/NJ for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PANCAN) to talk about the upcoming PurpleStride walk, and how we can all work together to raise awareness to improve the tragic mortality rate of the disease.  In 2020, pancreatic cancer claimed the lives of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Alex Trebek, and Rep. John Lewis, among thousands of others. We sit down to talk about the impact of terminal illness on families, how caregivers can cope, and the support PANCAN commits to providing to survivors and victims.  On Saturday, April 24th, Purplestride - the Walk to End Pancreatic Cancer will be held virtually. To learn more visit pancan.org and to sign up to stride virtually click here. -- Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom/podcast to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow host Zabeen Mirza here. Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
41:20
April 7, 2021
Episode 9: AS SEEN ON TV? Life As a Working Mother Behind the Silver Screen
Jessica Murphy, the Brand Genius behind Paw Patrol, SpongeBob, and Popsockets joins Zabeen Mirza on Episode 9 of Moms At Work to talk about how companies can practice what they preach when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusivity, and how supporting working mothers goes beyond finding them a comfortable closet to pump in during work hours. From her career at Nickelodeon, to ViacomCBS, to heading up brands at Popsocket, Jessica talks candidly about live in television media, sexual harassment, and honest conversations about issues at work and how managers can navigate those difficult conversations to ensure every voice is heard and respected. Follow Jessica Murphy on LinkedIn here and on Instagram at @jmurph314 Follow Zabeen Mirza on Linkedin here Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
52:15
March 31, 2021
Episode 8: Breastfeeding in Blue: Life on the Police Force w/ Sgt. Kelly Ducak
Sgt. Kelly Ducak has been serving in law enforcement for the last 16 years. During that time, she's had three children while on active duty, began her doctoral degree, and served as class parent and school resource officer to two middle schools. In Episode 8, she sits down with Jobs.mom CEO Zabeen Mirza to talk about everything from breastfeeding in uniform, being pregnant on the force, and what it's like to be a police officer in a time when anti-police sentiment is at historic highs. Tune in for candid conversations on what needs to change going forward and what the future of law enforcement could look like in a country that has never been more divided.
36:46
March 25, 2021
Episode 7: Hometown Heroes: Jessica Reinmann CEO of 914Cares
Not all heroes wear capes (although COVID has definitely brought the spandex back). Most heroes walk among us, shop alongside us, wait in the school pickup lines next to us. And while they do the ordinary, they are also doing things that are quite extraordinary. In our first Hometown Heroes episode we talk to Jessica Reinmann, CEO of 914Cares, a local Westchester, NY mission-based 501c3 nonprofit organization focused on supporting people in the community with their basic human needs. Jess talks about the disparity of wealth in the 8th most affluent county in the United States and the plight of women, and mothers especially, in the pandemic. We take a somber look at some eye-opening statistics and talk about how everyone can help, in ways big and small, and be a part of real change.  -- Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Founder & CEO Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the newsletter and to listen to all podcast episodes. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
54:23
March 18, 2021
Episode 6: All Rise! Moms at Work is Now in Session
A Republican Judge from Texas and a Democratic Podcast host walk into a bar. ...actually, they get on this week's Episode of Moms At Work. Judge Ann-Marie Carruth of the 72nd District Court in Lubbock County, Texas joins Zabeen Mirza to talk about life as a young, female, Republican judge in Texas (the first female to sit on the bench in her district in 50 years!), her experiences as a woman on the campaign trail dealing with mudslinging and vicious attacks, the importance of female representation in law and especially in judgeships, and of course, shouldering the monumental work she does while helping two young children through remote school at home.  Not to mention she knows Judge Roy. Who? Remember the Judge in this brilliant contribution to our lives? Ann-Marie gives us the behind-the-scenes on the international cat-filter phenomenon we didn't know we needed. Oh, and Texas Tech or UT Austin? The debate rages on... Have a listen on this week's episode and follow @JudgeCarruth on Twitter for more updates from the bench.  -- Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the podcast and sign up for our weekly newsletter and all updates. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom
53:31
March 11, 2021
Episode 5: The Frontline Against Fake News: Public Health Experts Battling A Different Sort of Pandemic
The doctor is in! Public health scientist Dr. Jessica Steier, CEO of Vital Statistics Consulting and Co-Host of The Unbiased Science Podcast joins Zabeen Mirza to talk about her work on the frontlines of the pandemic fighting misinformation, dispelling fake news, educating the public on everything from mask wearing to hand washing to vaccines and herd immunity. A mother of two children, Jess talks candidly about everything from women in science, the impact of the pandemic on mental health, the role of social media (hint: making things worse), the importance of trusting the experts, and of course, how you yourself can weed out fake news from the facts. Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom to subscribe to the newsletter and listen to podcast episodes. To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom #workingmom #momsatwork #motherhood #podcast #STEM #science #publichealth #fakenews #pandemic #socialmedia
46:16
March 4, 2021
Episode 4: A for Effort: A Working Mom's Perspective on Everything from Paris Fashion Week to the PTA Bake Sale
Overachievers and PTA Effort-Makers Unite! Rachel Dooley, Associate General Counsel, Legal Innovation, Global Counsel for McKinsey Digital and Design; Founder and Designer, Gemma Redux; and PTA Effort-Maker Extraordinaire joins Moms At Work to talk about life as an entrepreneur and jewelry designer, (mailing out orders on her lunch break!), to being a brilliant innovator and legal mind at one of the world's largest and most prestigious consulting firms. Not to mention, how success at work doesn't always translate to success at the bake sale, crafts fair, or at general mom duties. Rachel shares her experiences and her advice for managing her incredible professional responsibilities with her responsibilities to her family, to her children, her spouse, her community....and to her kids' class mom. Type A's will relate to this one as we spend an hour together laughing about pathetic last-minute goodie bags, to forgotten theme days, and how we're all just doing our best. Join us for a judgment free episode and feel better about your burnt brownies, 'cause we're all in the same boat. To learn more about Rachel's jewelry label Gemma Redux and to purchase her hand made pieces, visit www.gemma-redux.com -- Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom to sign up for updates ahead of the official launch on March 1st, 2021 To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom #workingmom #momsatwork #motherhood #podcast #innovation #legal # law #fashion #entrepreneurship #mompreneurship
53:29
February 25, 2021
Episode 3: Asking For Help: Mother Does Not Mean Martyr
Beth Fitzgerald, author of The Wake Up Call – Daily Eye-Opening Motivation to Live Your Best Life, has you covered. Beth takes us through some of the keys to a healthier mentality and more gracious perspective, and demystifies why it is as women and mothers we struggle to ask for help, even from those closest to us. Reflecting on her early career in finance, to the long leave of absence she took from the workplace to raise kids, and her re-entry through entrepreneurship, Beth shares her struggles, insights, inspiration, and guidance to mother's everywhere who could all use just a little help.  Have a listen as Beth reminds us that we don't have to suffer. Mothers are NOT martyrs, and the mark of successful parenting isn't how miserable you are. You're not going to want to miss our very own "Wake-Up Call" on Episode 3 of Moms At Work. -- Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast, hosted by Zabeen Mirza - you can visit Jobs.mom to sign up for updates ahead of the official launch on March 1st, 2021 To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom #workingmom #momsatwork #motherhood #askforhelp #lifecoach #wakeupcall
45:36
February 18, 2021
Episode 2: You're Not Faking It: Rapper 50 Cent's Interior Designer Talks About Imposter Syndrome and How to Embrace Your Inner Creative
She's an interior designer to celebrities like 50 Cent, Rachel Ray, Hollywood A-Listers, past US Presidents, and works on shows like Million Dollar Listings and Dr. Brad Schaefer on TLC's "My Feet Are Killing Me". Cristy Farrelly, Owner, CEO and Lead Creative of Interior Styling Inc in New York City is basically a celebrity herself. But she confesses to insecurities, imposter syndrome, and feelings of failure when it comes to work, her kids, her family, and her life. Cristy talks about balancing being a mother, a stepmother, and a wife with being an entrepreneur, dealing with crazy clients, and somehow still finding time to invent things (yes, invent!) everyday! Join us for a half hour of laughs, honest confessions, and a look inside one of the most brilliant creative minds, and one of the best people we know. -- Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast - you can visit Jobs.mom to sign up for updates ahead of the official launch on March 1st, 2021 Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: facebook.com/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom #fakingit #impostersyndrome #interiordesign #entrepreneurship #innovation #newyorkcity #50cent #TLC #milliondollarlisting
41:08
February 11, 2021
Episode 1: Guilt, Grief, & Glass Ceilings: A Psychologist's View On Working Moms
Dr. Lila Pereira, licensed Pediatric Psychologist and board member of the Families in Psychology Project, joins the Moms At Work podcast on it's first ever episode. Lila sits down with host Zabeen Mirza to examine the psychology of the working mom and the mental barriers we put up that impede our personal and professional success. From guilt, grief, and glass ceilings - and what to do about those "unhelpful voices" we all hear, Lila puts on her "therapist voice" to answer the questions we didn't even know to ask. Moms At Work is the official Jobs.mom podcast - you can visit Jobs.mom to sign up for updates ahead of the official launch on March 1st, 2021 Follow us on social media: Instagram: instagram.com/jobsdotmom Facebook: fb.me/jobs.mom Twitter: @jobs_mom Linkedin: linkedin.com/company/jobs-mom To nominate a guest for the Moms At Work podcast, email press@jobs.mom
35:39
February 3, 2021
Welcome to Moms at Work!: The Official jobs.mom Podcast!
Being a working mom is complicated, confusing, and hard. There’s guilt, there’s sacrifice, and there’s stress. And on top of that, there’s a career to manage, and bosses to please that just don’t seem to understand. The statistics are grim. In fact, 1 in 5 working moms say they’ve been passed over for an important assignment or for a promotion because they have children. But you CAN have your cake and eat it too. Working moms outpace, outperform, and outwork their peers. Things like efficiency, emotional intelligence, negotiations, time management, and multitasking are second nature. So why don’t companies make an effort to support working moms? And how can working moms advocate for themselves in the workplace and in their careers? We’ll be asking working mothers who are CEOs, entrepreneurs, managers, scholars, industry leaders and influencers those exact questions each week. Because frankly, we’re tired of asking for a seat at the table. It’s time to make our own table. And we’re going to talk about how. I’m Zabeen Mirza and this is Moms At Work. Subscribe to Moms at Work, the official jobs.mom podcast, wherever you get your podcasts!
00:47
January 11, 2021