Samantha tells her story about taking risks and being fearless. Samantha started her Production Assistant job at SNL when she was 21. She had no idea what she was doing in the high stress, male dominated industry, but she said yes, worked hard, took risks and acted fearlessly.
Maya discusses self doubt- or in it’s more sophisticated phrase: the imposter syndrome. She explains that feeling you carry with you- worrying that you don’t deserve the position you’re in and that in any given moment you’ll be exposed. She wants you to make sure to shake it of…
"Back yourself"- a phrase that has described many situations in Chelsea's life. She tells the story of being a relentless fighter from being bullied in elementary school, through her career today. Hear how she advocates for others while backing herself.
Alexandra tells the story about the loss of her father and how after his death, her dad’s doings while alive inspired her to rethink her life’s direction and inject a higher purpose to it.
Adena has always lived her life in full throttle. She leaves it all out on the floor, puts her everything in to whatever she's doing, but not at the risk of her heart and soul. Here she tells the story of her Senior Year campaign for class president.
Beth moved to NYC to follow her dreams of working in advertising, yet that was shut down quickly. With advice from another woman, she started a job in accounting. Through the years, she worked insane hours and it took a toll on her family life. Finally, she decided she decided …
Sarah tells the story of her journey from being fresh out of college and a special ed teacher in the Bronx to being in Charlottesville covering the Unite the Right rally with her small film crew. These vastly different experiences taught her to be flexible.
Growing up, Susan avoided labels. Labels meant limitations and assumptions. She explains being raised by Korean immigrants and how they taught her to keep her head down, work hard and someone will notice you. But then, after the election, she realized that her lack of labels ma…
The election of 2017 knocked Valerie down. She knew she had to do something. Valerie tells the inspiring story of how Fund Her was started and her journey to get more women in office.
Tanya always wanted to be a dancer. She has loved dance since childhood. After deciding to go in to the restaurant business, she shares how she still uses the art of dance in her day to day life, especially in the kitchen
Lee Anne's word is embrace. Her story walks us through how she has embraced various situations throughout her career. She starts with her journey to be a lawyer and how she ended up in a totally different industry.
Joy has always cherished her female tribe. Aunties, friends, mentors. Her story walks us through the importance of women supporting women and a moment where she was not supported by another woman.
Jess has been involved in many ventures, but through all of them, she kept one thing constant: where am I going to be challenged the most? She discusses her journey from high school to her current position and how she worked to get there.
Anneka never saw herself as a CEO. She started at LiveRamp as an engineer but after being there for a few years, she was asked to become Co-CEO. After some tough feedback and many hard weeks, she has learned so many lessons from the transition.
Anjelika tells a collection of stories that all follow one guiding principle: say yes, and just start. She tells stories about how she jumped in to the things she loved and that's how she is where she is today.
Ami shares her story of three pivotal turning points in her life that helped her gain a sense of identity. She discusses her experience as an Indian American, a minority in America, and her discovery of a community of like minded people.
Since childhood, everything seemed to be against Nanea. She wasn't supposed to succeed but she pushed through the odds, learned how to play the game, and has done an amazing job so far.
Farnaz tells her story about constantly pushing herself to the point of discomfort and how that's gotten her to where she is. Although there were multiple points of self-doubt,
Cora has always loved jewelry and owning her own company. After her first attempt at owning a company didn't go as planned, she decided to move on and embrace that when one door closes, another door opens.
Ashley tells the story of the day she secured her internship at The Today Show. She also discusses the challenges she has faced being the youngest woman in the room, and how she has overcome those obstacles.
Amber Hameed didn't get to where she is today alone...it took the power of the women before her. Amber gives praise to the ladies who helped raise her up and support her throughout her journey
Nikki Fancy, Consultant at The Fancys, became successful at a very young age. She always tried to hide her young age with the notion that it detracted from her success. She learned otherwise.
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We find 15 of the most impressive startup founders out there, and have them tell us their story, as well as the tactics they used to launch and grow their company.
900 people came to 2X in San Francisco in October 2017. Here's a snapshot of what it was like to be there.
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