Category Archives: Diversity

Deborah Hicks Midanek: Getting Your Voice Heard in the Boardroom

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What does it take for a woman to make her voice heard in a male-dominated boardroom?

Find out from Deborah Hicks Midanek, a seasoned corporate director and executive who has sit across multiple boards and has helped provide solutions for more than 60 companies in corporate America.

She talks about her own humble beginnings, and how she worked to propel herself to the top of the corporate ladder.

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Nely Galan: “Tropical Tycoon” discusses leading Telemundo, The Apprentice and Donald Trump, and Being Self-Made

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In today’s podcast, listen to the “Tropical Tycoon” Nely Galan as she shares her experiences of starting out as a first-generation immigrant from Cuba to becoming an award-winning producer, entrepreneur, and one of the most influential Latinas in the world.

Nely shares her story of how she started from the bottom of the heap to becoming the president of Telemundo, an American Spanish-language television network. She also talks about how she eventually delved in entrepreneurship,

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Gail Martin: Telling Stories of Powerful and Personal Reinvention

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The need to reinvent ourselves is something many of us face at some point in our lives. In this interview, learn from best-selling author Gail Martin as she discusses her own experiences of reinvention, as well as the stories of many who have gone through their own journeys of transformation.

Gail talks about her own brushes with reinvention in her life, as she shifted careers from being a top executive at a Fortune 10 company to becoming a well-known storyteller with more than 15 fiction and nonfiction books to her name.

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Candace Bahr: Changing the financial success of women

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Going through divorce can be one of the most difficult and expensive things anyone can go through. In this episode, Candace Bahr, talks about the resources available through the non-profit that she co-founded: Women’s Institute for Financial Education (Wife.org).

Wife.org has helped thousands of divorcees across the country with Second Saturday, a program that has provided assistance to many men and women in dealing with the legal, financial, and psychological aspects of divorce.

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Lih Fang Chew: Breaking Multiple Barriers With Discipline And Confidence

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In this interview, hear from Lih Fang Chew, Global Vice President of Marketing at Quadion, as she talks about her experiences in breaking the glass ceiling and moving through different fields to experience numerous successes and achievements.

Listen as she talks about her growth and development when she shifted careers, from graduating as an electrical engineer, to becoming a marketing expert for a well-established industrial company.

Lih Fang also relates her own thoughts and encounters regarding gender and cultural stereotypes.

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