Dr Nancy O'reilly

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Sinopsis

Dr. Nancy O'Reilly is President of Women Connect4Good, Inc. She is also a Clinical Psychologist, Motivational Speaker, Philanthropist and Author. This podcast features Dr. Nancy's conversations with Smart, Amazing Women.

Episodios

  • Julie Castro Abrams-Being Fierce Advocates for Each Other Is How Women Lead

    26/07/2022 Duración: 29min

    Julie Castro Abrams tells about How Women Lead, her social justice organization that brings women together to make an impact. Over 14,000 women become fierce advocates for each other and help one another in many ways, including investing in women-owned businesses and recommending them for seats on corporate boards. Julie stresses the need for women to step out, speak out and work together for gender and racial equality.

  • Lucina Di Meco-Gender Disinformation--a Threat to Women Becoming Leaders

    12/07/2022 Duración: 30min

    Lucina Di Meco describes how #She-Persisted works to stop social media attacks against women leaders. False claims and targeted threats prevent young woman running for political office and threaten the safety of those in the spotlight. She calls it a threat to democracy and free speech. In fact there is no free speech for these targeted women. We can all help. Lucina explains how.

  • Jennifer Faust-Support for Girls Inc. Can Make Systemic Change in the World

    28/06/2022 Duración: 33min

    Jennifer Faust talks about Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara and how they equip girls with the confidence to become women who live successful lives. Besides being a voice for girls, the programs of Girls Inc. National and the affiliates in the US and Canada provide numerous supports including mentoring, sports and a network of girls who go on to lead as women.

  • Amanda Cunningham-Empower a Woman and End Human Trafficking

    14/06/2022 Duración: 26min

    Amanda B. Cunningham is COO of Her Future Coalition and the social profit partner, Yoga Medicine® Seva, which both serve the mission to end human trafficking in India and Nepal. These are the epicenter for the sale of human beings, mostly girls, throughout the world. Amanda describes cultures that see a girl's value as how much she will bring when she is sold. Her organizations provide education for girls to lift them out of poverty and give them worth beyond what they can bring as products. Successful graduates often serve their communities filling roles that need women to help with problems caused by viewing women as "less than."

  • Susan Whiting-Access Women’s Contributions to History 24 Hours a Day

    03/05/2022 Duración: 32min

    Susan Whiting is Chair of the National Women's History Museum Board and is excited to announce that after 26 years of offering online programs about women's contribution to the founding and development of our country, NWHM is to become a museum in residence at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library in Washington, D.C., It's a museum reimagined, still offering online programs and events, but reaching out to the community to help foster and continue women's stories through recording and exhibition of women in history who have remained unknown until now.

  • Gary Lee Price-One Man’s Search for Meaning—to Lift and Inspire

    19/04/2022 Duración: 29min

    Gary Lee Price summarizes the story of his horrific experiences as a child and how teachers in school lifted him up by recognizing his talent as an artist, however no one stopped it. Gary has written a memoir, Divine Turbulence about his life, and his passion to install 305 foot The Statue of Responsibility, the brainchild of Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankel, which Gary has designed and built replicas of as a symbol that we have to act responsibly to keep our freedom.

  • Kelli Thompson-Why Trusting Your Intuition Will Help You Make an Impact

    05/04/2022 Duración: 31min

    Kelli Thompson talks about advice from her book to be released this fall, Closing the Confidence Gap, a leadership book for women that guides them past the barriers they have created trying to adapt to male-dominated business practices, upper level jobs and doing business as usual. Kelli says, "By changing the workplace, women can change the world."

  • Tiffany Shlain-Woman on the Edge of Genius

    22/03/2022 Duración: 30min

    Tiffany Shlain tells about her new program for companies called The Future of Work and Wellbeing based on the 15 years of using a hybrid work model at her workplace, Let It Ripple Film Studio, which allows for two days of collaboration and three days of working at home. She has combined several films about character and neuroscience with her book, 24/6--about unplugging from screens once a week to recharge and get more creative and productive--to produce a 4-week program to help companies transition into a new work model that supports employees and management to get people back to work.

  • Michele Meyer - Shipp--Taking on Major League Challenges to Empower Women

    08/03/2022 Duración: 36min

    Michele Meyer-Shipp tells about her career full of pivots based on building relationships and engaging the power of the collective--moving from law into DEI, she became a transformational leader in multiple industries including Major League Baseball, where she brought together DEI strategies for 30 major league and 120 minor league teams at the height of the pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement. Now she had joined Dress for Success Worldwide as their new CEO where she will bring together over 140 chapters in 25 countries to empower women at this very challenging time.

  • Jensine Larsen-Imagine: A World Where Every Story Is Told—And Heard

    22/02/2022 Duración: 30min

    Jensine Larsen founded the online platform World Pulse when she recognized the power of interconnectivity of the internet. Her original attempts to share heart-breaking stories from women fighting for their survival amidst war and environmental catastrophies as a journalist won awards as a glossy magazines, but it's the 80,000 voices in over 200 countries that are changing live s for women around the world today. Listen to her story and heroic women's stories in this conversation and how you can help lift women up and use technology for good.

  • Jacqueline Sanderlind-How a “Why Not” Attitude Can Awaken Possibilities

    08/02/2022 Duración: 36min

    Dr. Jacqueline Sanderlind tells how her "Why Not" attitude ignited a positive attitude among students and engaged the community to provide resources in a very challenged LA school district. Reaching out to everyone from The Grammys to mom and pop shops, Dr. Jackie recruited help to elevate student performance beyond anyone's expectation. As CEO of The Why Not Incubator and author of The Why Not Challenge, Dr. Jackie offers guidance to other educators to follow this path asking "Why Not?" for their own schools.

  • Tara Jaye Frank-How Executives Become Waymakers for Workplace Equity

    11/01/2022 Duración: 28min

    Tara Jaye Frank discusses how anyone not in the learning loop (women, black or brown people) need someone to make a way for them to enter top management. An executive for many years herself, she says many upper managers want to do the right thing, but they don't know what that is and fear making a mistake. Her new book, out in May, The Waymakers, show them how, and Tara's consulting business walks them through the process, bridging where they are to where they want to be.

  • Bobbie LaPorte-How to Prepare for Possibilities in Leadership

    28/12/2021 Duración: 33min

    Bobbie LaPorte talks about how training and participating in six Ironman Triathlons have changed the way she thinks about leadership. She stresses that you cannot plan, but you can prepare. In business and in endurance events, you can't know anymore what will happen moment to moment, so you need to prepare for change and use that change to discover the possibilities, focus on the strengths of your team and connect them to stay in the race and come out ahead.

  • Samantha Karlin-How Women Use Power to Lead in Different Ways

    14/12/2021 Duración: 35min

    Samantha Karlin describes the events that lead her to pursue a course to found Empower Global and broadcast her podcast Samanthropolitics to advance social change and women's rights around the world. With advanced degrees in law and diplomacy with a specialization in global gender analysis and conflict resolution, she is especially equipped to reveal ways to make significant change that cause women to be pawns in the world's struggle for power, and also train women to use their own power to lead, which she does through her Women's Leadership Challenge.

  • Katie Steele Danner-Greater Missouri Leadership Challenge Grows Women Leaders

    23/11/2021 Duración: 37min

    Katie Steele Danner tells how the Greater Missouri Leadership Challenge educates emerging women leaders about the needs of the communities throughout Missouri and how their abilities can help to solve problems and provide opportunities for leadership in areas that may be new to them. Now in its 32 year, the Challenge has more than 1,300 graduates leading in the state and around the world providing a vast network among a large array of industries and public service.

  • Kelly Nevins-Creating Systems Change to Lift Women and Girls

    09/11/2021 Duración: 34min

    Kelly Nevins, CEO of the Women's Fund of Rhode Island shares how WFRI advocates for change at the systems level to benefit women. Although some women run for office because of what they learn from WFRI training, the group is non-partisan, supporting advocacy and training to help women create and advise the decision makers in their communities and workplaces. Kelly also gives advice to women looking for jobs and career change today, plus resources for women's funds throughout the country.

  • Ron Garan-How the Orbital Perspective Views Unity in All of Us

    26/10/2021 Duración: 35min

    Colonel Ron Garan shares the story of how he became an astronaut and how his experiences in space elevated his perspective to see the unity of everything and everyone on earth. Working with people from 15 other countries taught him the power of diversity of perspective, and the awe and wonder of seeing earth from space showed him how interconnected we all are and expanded his view of how even the small things we do shift the trajectory of everything and everyone we touch into the future.

  • Dr. Sheila Robinson-You Have the Power In You

    12/10/2021 Duración: 27min

    Dr. Sheila Robinson's message of knowing you have the power in you to be happy, work hard, fix broken systems for win-win results orbit around her own story of being raised to do that. She was not raised to take care of herself. Now, having lost 25 pounds, she feels younger, is more productive and much better at taking care of others. So her 2021 National Diversity Woman Media Business Leadership Conference is about being "Empowered to Lead." Sign up now for the virtual experience coming up November 4-5.

  • GloriaFeldt -The Power of Intentioning to Advance Women's Leadership

    28/09/2021 Duración: 35min

    Gloria Feldt tells about her new book, INTENTIONING: Sex, Power, Pandemics, and How Women Will Take the Lead for (Everyone’s) Good, and how she made up the word to differentiate from ambition. Ambition is the hope and the dream--the fuel to start it. And intentioning is the action. Now I'm doing it. Nine power tools for leadership are contained in this newest book, which is available now where ever books are sold.

  • Terra Renee -How Activism and Entertainment Can Provide Careers for Women

    14/09/2021 Duración: 32min

    Terra Renee tells the story of why and how she founded African American Women in Cinema, the trajectory of her career in filmmaking and the qualities in women that have held them back, and more recently how she has seen women supporting women in various places and careers around the country. Terra is hopeful about the advancement of women and has numerous programs to support them in filmmaking.

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