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Women Can Project Podcast

Women Can Project Podcast

By Morgan A Roth
A Podcast Platform for female entrepreneurs and women who work in male dominated industries to share their stories, struggles, and successes.
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Rae July & The Women Can Project Podcast
Hi! Morgan here from the Women Can Podcast! Check out this episode where I sit down with my good friend Rae July of Chinook Roofing & Gutters. We talk about work, kids, relationships, and the power of being your own advocate.  The Women Can Project Podcast is a platform dedicated to women in male dominated industries and female entrepreneurs.  Through story-telling we are helping create clearer career pathways for the next generation of women. She can and so can you!
46:18
September 26, 2020
Rachel Van Nortwick of Vinylly & The Women Can Project Podcast
Have you ever tried mobile dating apps but found that you don't have much in common with your matches?  What if there was an app that paired you with people who share your same musical preferences? You're in luck! Meet Vinylly, the app that pairs you based on your musically compatibility! Hear from Vinylly's founder Rachel Van Nortwick on how she got started, how she's had to pivot in light of Covid-19, and what's in store for Vinylly's future.   The Women Can Project Podcast is a platform dedicated to women in male dominated industries and female entrepreneurs.  Through story-telling we are helping create clearer career pathways for the next generation of women. She can and so can you!
32:24
September 20, 2020
Reetu Gupta of Cirkledin & The Women Can Podcast
Do you remember filling out long and tedious college applications, where you have to sum up all of your life accomplishments on one university's application platform, only to start from scratch when applying for the next college? Or are you going through this same process with your own child, spending countless hours recalling past events, community service hours, etc, all to painstaking fill out a form that will be viewed by faceless college recruiters.  Enter Reetu Gupta- A software engineer turned female founder of Cirkledin, a online portfolio platform that makes the admissions process a more personal, efficient and positive experience. Sit back and listen as Reetu walks us through her experience as a entrepreneurial woman of color working to create a product that will help ensure talented students don't fall through the cracks of the college educational system. 
46:18
September 8, 2020
Built By Stevie & The Women Can Project Podcast
Hey there Boss Babe! Ever wonder what the day in the life of a woman carpenter looks like? Look no further! Pull up a chair and listen as Morgan from the Women Can Podcast interviews carpentHER Stevie Estler of Built By Stevie.   The Women Can Project Podcast is a platform dedicated to women in male dominated industries and female entrepreneurs.  Through story-telling we are helping create clearer career pathways for the next generation of women. She can and so can you!
57:15
August 31, 2020
Chanelle Wimbish & The Women Can Project
Listen to the inspiring story of Chanelle Wimbish, scientific writer and future motivational speaker who refused to let a tragic event change the upward trajectory of her life and attitude. 
30:21
July 3, 2020
Emma Payne of Grief.Coach & The Women Can Project
The Women Can Project had the amazing opportunity to interview Emma Payne of the Grief.Coach and learn about the work she and her team are doing in the bereavement field.  The platform of support they provide is so important, especially during this time of isolation and unrest. We hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as we did! Check out Grief.Coach!
45:25
June 29, 2020
Amy Hoyte of ReBuilding Together South Sound & The Women Can Project
Lori and Morgan of The Women Can Project sit down with Amy Hoyte, Executive Director of ReBuilding Together South Sound. Tune in to learn about Amy's secrets of success and what it really takes as a woman working with men in the non-profit sector.  Read about our exclusive interview here. 
34:10
June 25, 2020
Lori Swanson of Guardian Roofing & The Women Can Project
How did the Women Can Project get started? Hosts Morgan Roth and Lori Swanson sit down and chat about the Project, Women in the Trades, and personal experiences as women working in a man's world.
17:32
February 23, 2020
The Women Can Project interviews Social Media Strategist Faye Hill
For our first ever podcast interview, the Women Can Project had the great honor of speaking with the amazing Faye Hill, sought-after social media strategist and trainer. As President and CEO of Faye Hill & Associates since 2002, Ms. Hill develops strategies to help improve returns on investments for Fortune 500 companies, through effective implementations of social media marketing strategies. She is also a close friend and advocate of the Women Can Podcast! It was so wonderful to collaborate with her on this project!
47:27
February 13, 2020
Adria McMichaels of Job-Swiper & The Women Can Project
Have you ever stumbled across a problem and thought "I wonder if there's an app for that?". Adria McMichaels did! Recognizing a need for a more personalized approach to the process of job searching, she ventured outside of her comfort zone to create something new and useful. Hear from Adria about how Job Swiper came into existence and how it could potentially help you! To learn more about the Women Can Project check out our website (https://womencanproject.com/) or visit our Facebook page to watch the video interview (https://www.facebook.com/WomenCanProject/)
37:58
February 7, 2020
ANEW & The Women Can Project
Are you a lady interested in pursuing a career in the trades, but you don't know how to get started? You're in luck! The Women Can Project sits down with ANEW (Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Employment for Women) to learn more about the pre-apprenticeship program they offer to women and people of diversity! Hear from ANEW's Director of Marketing & Outreach Michelle Miller and ANEW Graduate and Erosion Control Foreman Andrea Ornelas about the benefits of women in the trades! To learn more about the Women Can Project check out our website (https://womencanproject.com/) or visit our facebook page to watch the video interview (https://www.facebook.com/WomenCanProject/).
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February 6, 2020