Maryon Stewart, is a leading figure in all things related to women’s health and especially around the experience of menopause. Maryon Stewart is a renowned healthcare expert and author of 28 self-help books. She is often referred to as the Pioneer of the Natural Menopause Movement, has had her own TV show and contributed to many other TV shows and series and has written regularly for magazines and newspapers including the Daily Mail . Over the last 28 years, through her legendary career, she has helped thousands of women overcome PMS and menopause, including stress and anxiety, with a well-researched approach, without using drugs or hormones.
Cobey Flynn is the Global Vice President of United Mint Campus, and mentors innovators at multinational corporations and startups.
Cobey argues that women in business do more with less. While this makes women resourceful, it’s time to give women the opportunities that will enable them to operate at a much higher scale.
Rita is CEO/Founder of Uma and an award-winning gender, diversity, inclusion and career strategist, speaker and advisor to Fortune 500 companies.
Rita and Somi tackle hard questions regarding diversity and inclusion and how to navigate this sensitive topic in the modern workplace.
Justine Southall is ex-Managing Director of Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Justine and Somi start from a discussion of high-heels to the different social and cultural norms and structures that impact women’s ability to reach the top tier of socioeconomic status. Most importantly they brainstorm how to change this narrative.
Film Industry Veteran and Founder of Evenfield Entertainment, a company that finances and produces films by women with an ambition to balance popular culture.
As late as 2020 only 15% of films were written or directed by women and Kerry talks about what this means for our society and for women’s economic and cultural status.
Professor Alessandra Cassar directs the master’s program in International and Development Economics at the University of San Francisco.
She uses both field and laboratory experiments to study individuals' behaviour. She explores women’s competitiveness in the socioeconomic realm and argues that female biology means that women compete differently and play an entirely different game than men and that we should change the system, not the woman.
Sara Milne Rowe is a Leadership Performance Coach and the author of The SHED Method.
In today's podcast, Somi and Sara discuss how to harness the power of purpose energy and develop deliberate habits in preparation for the moments that matter and what female leaders need most to succeed in their career.
#4 - Laura Burkemper: The Power of Financial Literacy, and How Men and Women Differ in the Business World
Laura Burkemper is a Adjunct Professor, Saint Louis University, CEO of Cartel Strategies. She teaches a course on “New Venture Feasibility” which is ranked 10th out of 2,600+ entrepreneurship programs.
Somi and Laura discuss the factors affecting women’s climb to the top tier of business, underlining the importance of financial literacy and how it can boost women’s financial freedom and create a desire to generate wealth.
Our guest on today’s episode is Dr. Leah Austin is a GP and Nutritional Therapist who specialises in Chronic, Hormone, Gut, and Nutrigenomics health.
As Somi’s doctor, Leah keeps her feet on the ground as Somi tries to push the boundaries of biohacking female biology starting with herself. In this episode, Leah warns that living in the fast lane will take a toll on your body but if that’s what you really want to do there are ways to support your body along the way.
Joshua Meredith is the Director of Career Advising and Technology at Yeshiva University, teaches Ethics at Yeshiva, Georgetown University, and Muhlenberg College, and is the Chair of Hoya Hacks, the Georgetown University Hackathon.
Somi and Joshua discuss some of the ethical aspects of the lack of female presence and perspective in the top tier of business and technology and how to overcome this.