Girls in Charge: Entrepreneurship and Inspiring Women
Maggie Chen is the co-founder of Girls in Charge, an inspiring British non-profit firm that strives to help female students boost their confidence and entrepreneurial skills to empower and help them reach their career goals via game-based workshops. How did she start her own organization and inspire a great audience? Listen to her story
October 25, 2021
Technology, feminine archetypes, and equality of outcome – Are women subconsciously discouraged from reaching their full potential?
Dr. Cara Antoine is the Managing Director Digital Tranformationformer at IG&H, a successful career woman and inspiring tech enthusiast. In this episode, we discuss the unfairness of bringing up our children based on gender, the lack of women representatives in media, and how technology is interrelated. If you’ve ever felt unprivileged without a certain reason at work, you should hear this one! Stay tuned to understand why this problem exists and why there actually is a reason. Let’s hear her story!
May 03, 2021
Entrepreneurship & Feminism - What is it like to be a woman in a man's world?
Micky Chen is a tech entrepreneur and an IBA alumnus, who is passionate about technology, innovation, and gender equality. In this episode, we’re going to discuss the disadvantages of being an entrepreneur, what is it to be a female in a male-dominated industry, and how to deal with misogynistic comments in the workplace. If you're an aspiring entrepreneur, you might like this one. Let’s hear her story!
March 28, 2021
Gender, Feminism & Environment - How are they all connected?
Wendy Harcourt is a professor of Gender, Diversity, and Sustainable Development. In this episode, she tells about how feminism is connected to the environment, what is necessary to achieve a more equal and just society, and so much more. If you're interested in learning all about it, let's hear her story!
March 16, 2021
Abortion as Women's Right - Lessons From Ireland
Ivana Bacik is an Irish activist and politician. In this episode, she tells us about the journey Ireland went through starting from the 1990s. She explains how abortion is a feminist issue and where it stands now in Ireland and in other societies. If you're interested in learning more, let's hear her story!
February 24, 2021
Gender Inequality in Higher Education: Why is it still a problem? w/ Anne Boring
Why do girls choose universities that are below their levels? Is it true that female professors are usually ranked lower than males? We met up with Anne Boring, an Assistant Professor of Economics and gender inequality researcher, to answer these questions. If you're interested in learning more, let's hear her story!
February 04, 2021