Kate Brodock is the CEO of Women 2.0 and a Founding Partner at W Fund investing in female and minority founder-led startups. Kate lives in Upstate New York with her husband and two kids.
In this episode, I talk to Kate about working from home/working for herself, managing the everyday guilt as a working mom, financial choices, frameworks for time management and productivity, raising kids in rural America vs big cities, motherhood penalty vs fatherhood bonus, and advice for moms who feel burned out or unappreciated at work!
You may follow Kate on Twitter at @Just_Kate.
Marie Outtier is the Founder/CEO of Aiden.ai (acquired by Twitter in 2019) and a Director of Product at Twitter in London.
In this episode, I talk to Marie about winning Techcrunch Disrupt’s Startup Battlefield competition as a pregnant woman, fundraising while having her first child, getting acquired by Twitter, parental benefits in Europe vs USA, becoming a mom as a founder vs a corporate employee, and making uncommon choices that worked for *her*!
You may follow Marie on Twitter at @MarieOuttier.
Emily Best is the founder and CEO of a VC-backed entertainment startup called Seed&Spark based out of Los Angeles. She is also a mentor to several startups and creators in the entertainment industry, and a mother of two toddlers.
In this episode, I talk to Emily about writing her own rules as a founder, paradigm shifts vs band-aid solutions for working moms, juggling childcare for two toddlers and running a startup during Covid, her partnership with her husband, building a humane and parent friendly culture for her employees, having kids later in life and much more!
You may follow Emily on Twitter at @EmilyBest.
Christina Crawford Kosmowski is Slack's Global Head of Customer Success and Services. Previously, she was the SVP of Revenue Lifecycle Management and Customer Success at Salesforce and holds a degree in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University. Christina lives in San Francisco bay area with her husband and two daughters.
In this episode, I chat with Christina about the right time in one's career to have kids, carrying herself with confidence, frameworks for time management, the role of female mentors played in her life and more!
You may follow Christina on Twitter at @ckosmowski.