Episode 1 – Succeeding As A Female Musician

Female Entrepreneurs face big challenges when it comes to selling. Many of these issues are related to not being in the boys club and some are about setting boundaries. But mainly the importance of Women Supporting Women and women being their own powerful selves moves the needle that fastest. Listen in as Jasmine Sandler, CEO of JS Media and host and creator of #Wonderwomeninbusiness and Natalia Music, Opera Singer, Vocal Coach, and Female VP at A+ Electrical, share their insights. Funny, Powerful, Insightful.

Episode 2 – Art & Culture In NYC: A Woman’s Guide

NYC is a place wherein business you need to hustle to survive. Alexandra Harper, Founder of Women of Culture, brings curated cultural private VIP events to female entrepreneurs and female executives, to connect and enjoy the city together...

Episode 3 – How Corporate Women Are Bonding To Help Women In Business

Meg Sullivan is responsible for supporting the firm’s strategy for growth and innovation in providing legal services. She oversees the business and client development programs, public relations, brand management, and communications that promote Paul Hastings’ international reach and commitment to client service.

Episode 4 – Creating A Female Artist Community: One Woman At A Time

Bree Noble is a recognized expert in the music business community known for helping DIY musicians to build their fan base, to become more creative and productive, and to make consistent income from music. Besides being an in-demand speaker, award-winning Podcaster and founder and host of the annual Profitable Musician Online Summit.

Episode 5 – Funding & Financing for Women’s Businesses

Ingrid Vanderveldt (iV) is the Chairman and CEO of Empowering a Billion Women by 2020 (EBW2020) and MintHERTM. Previously, she was the first Entrepreneur-in-Residence (“EIR”) for Dell Inc. where she oversaw entrepreneurial initiatives worldwide helping to build a $250 million business segment and founded the $125M Dell Innovators Credit Fund, Dell Founders Club, and the Dell Center for Entrepreneurs during her 3-year term.

Episode 6 – The Industry Of Female Sexual Health With An Expert

Rachel spends a great deal of time speaking publicly, loudly and passionately in an effort to drive the conversation around the business of female health in all of its complexity. Since the launch of Viagra® over 20 years ago, society has been inundated with the words around male sexual health for decades—bigger, longer, stronger. In contrast, women do not think of sex or intimacy as a performance sport. For these businesses to grow, companies, brands, and leaders need to be able to talk about their bodies in a language that is meaningful to women.

Episode 8 – Why Every Woman Needs A Coach

This week Jasmine Sandler, Personal Branding Expert for Female Entrepreneurs and host of WonderWomen in Business interviews Keynote Speaker and Transformational Life Coach for Women, Randi Levin.

Episode 10 – Cate Luzio: Luminary Leader on Female Entrepreneurship

Cate Luzio is the Founder and CEO of Luminary, the premier collaboration hub for women who are passionate about professional development and expanding their networks. Luminary is the ultimate career advocate offering members unparalleled programming from workshops with dynamic leaders to a pioneering speaker series.

Episode 11 – What KPMG Is Doing To Excel Women In Business

Zoe Bogan is passionate about women’s issues and strives to ensure that every women is equipped with the proper tools to excel in her career HER way. In her current role as a Corporate Development Integration specialist at KPMG, Zoe drives integration improvements for US acquisitions.

Episode 12 – TV Anchor Talks Women In Broadcasting

Joya Dass was one of the first South Asian females to be seen on mainstream television in the US. She's been a business anchor for major networks for the last 15 years, delivering live reports from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for Bloomberg, CNN, ABC, CBS, and NY1 News.