Welcome to Ladyboss Midwest, a community built to connect and empower women. In this podcast, co-founders Laura Caroon and Danyel Moe talk to Ladybosses: empowered women, confident in their abilities and instinct, boldly leading with heart and integrity.
All month we’ve been talking about the importance of voting, but another important piece to making sure that women’s voices are heard is to elect women to office.
We hosted a mental health panel at this year’s Ladyboss Midwest Summit, and it was so well received that we decided to make it available for everyone. Mental health activists and experts Heather Zinger, Paulette Walker, Rebel Marie and Simi Kasakwe joined our guest moderator, Randi Kay, for this conversation.
“Women are the majority of Americans and before the pandemic, we were the majority of the labor force. So there’s no such thing as a “women’s issue.” Women touch every single part of this country and therefore our country must prioritize the issues that are impacting us.”
Today’s guest wants you to love and embrace your body, right now, just as you are. Denver photographer Ginny Haupert specializes in empowerment through portrait and boudoir sessions, helping women to recognize the incredible beauty she sees through her lens.
How do you feel when you lean into what makes you uniquely you? Does it light you up? There is power and purpose in knowing exactly who you are. In this episode, Laura chats with Dayna Del Val, President and CEO of The Arts Partnership, to talk about her journey to becoming unapologetically herself, and why the arts are crucial to a thriving community and economy.
Have you ever wished you could turn one of your passions into a business but never thought it could really happen? Today’s guest took her passion that seemed a little cheesy and did just that.
Others shop Manager + Buyer Sarah Peltier discusses how fast fashion is hurting women, the environment, and what we can do about it.
Leading a team is a challenge in itself. But leading a newly remote team through major changes in an unprecedented global crisis? There’s no manual for that. In our very first episode, we talk with Jodi Duncan, who is rising to these challenges as the president of Flint Group. She shares how to keep your team connected, motivated and moving in the same direction. We also asked Jodi for her tips for marketing effectively and authentically in the current climate. Your audience might need you now more than ever.