Come Sit At Our Table: The Be A Luminary Podcast
By Come Sit At Our Table
Come Sit At Our Table: The Be A Luminary PodcastMar 16, 2020
Come Sit At Our Table: The Accidental Entrepreneur Coach, Bri Seeley
On the latest podcast episode of Come Sit At Our Table, top ranked Entrepreneur Coach, Bri Seeley , discusses her path of becoming an “accidental entrepreneur” and what ultimately led her to the best decision she has made.
Come Sit At Our Table: CEO & Founder Jennifer Justice of The Justice Department
On this episode of Come Sit At Our Table, Luminary’s Founder & CEO, Cate Luzio chats with Jennifer Justice, also known as JJ, the Founder of The Justice Dept, a female-focused advisory and legal firm which works with entrepreneurs, executives, and creatives in all stages of their careers. Before that, JJ served as the President of Corporate Development at Superfly and spent 17 years as the personal entertainment lawyer for Jay Z. She’s also a single mom of twins, Nico and Jack, and has been outspoken about the power she gained after becoming a mother. JJ talks to Cate about her career path, the lack of parity for women in the workforce, and the steps she is now taking to make sure women not only have a seat at the table but also get paid!
Expect The Unexpected: Financial Expert, Farnoosh Torabi
Farnoosh speaks with Cate about her path to the success of her podcast, 'So Money', empowering people, especially women, to take control of their finances and how, writing best sellers as well as the importance of hard work and expecting the unexpected.
Come Sit At Our Table: Hear Sandra Campos, The Risk-Taking CEO of DVF (Diane Von Furstenberg)
In this episode of Come Sit At Our Table, Luminary Founder & CEO Cate Luzio sits with DVF CEO, Sandra Campos, to highlight taking risks, career pivots, navigating parenthood, becoming an entrepreneur and now running a major fashion house.
Luminary x SocialFly
Luminary sits down with SocialFly Co-Founders & CEO's, Stephanie Cartin and Courtney Spritzer, to learn about starting their business, those days of the side hustle, their come-up and how they've established themselves. Stephanie and Courtney are also the Founders of the Entreprenista podcast, which our Founder and CEO Cate Luzio was featured earlier this year and recently launched a new venture, Sweet Rise, focused on small businesses.
The Unlikely CEO: Sarah LaFleur
Sarah LaFleur, CEO & Founder of M.M. LaFleur, shares her journey on becoming "The Unlikely CEO" of her own company. Sarah chats with us about leaving her career in finance to launch her clothing line, the ups and downs of running your own company and how to focus on your mission.
Mita Mallick on the Benefit of Career Mentors and Sponsors
Mita Mallick, Head of Diversity and Cross-Cultural Marketing at Uniliver chats with us about the experiences that shaped her, and the role mentors and sponsors have in career paths.
Sitting at Our Table: Cindy Gallop Founder and CEO of #MakeLoveNotPorn, and Dr. Nicola Nice Founder and CEO of Pomp & Whimsy
In this episode, we sit with two trailblazing founders who are taking up male-dominated industries and creating ripples of change across their industries with their products and services. Cindy Gallop is the Founder and CEO of #MakeLoveNotPorn, a website designed to "reeducate, rehabilitate, and reorient" a younger generation raised on porn. Her mission is to normalize sex by giving people the power to upload and socially share user-generated sex videos on the platform. Dr. Nicola Nice is the founder of Pomp & Whimsy, a gin liqueur, and a founding member of the Women's Cocktail Collective. Her work focuses on highlighting the role of women as the main creators for generations of cocktail recipes.
This brutally honest conversation with Cindy Gallop and Dr. Nicola will leave you feeling empowered, refreshed, and ready to conquer your next move regardless of the industry you are in!
Minda Hart on Writing Her New Book The Memo
Minda Harts is a speaker and thought-leader, frequently speaking on topics of Advancing Women of Color, Leadership, Equity, and Entrepreneurship, she is an assistant professor of public service of NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and the founder of The Memo LLC, a career development company for women of color. In this episode we sit with Minda to explore the inspiration behind her new book The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know To Secure A Seat At The Table.
In this honest and necessary conversation, we dive deep into the successes and challenges that Women of Color face at work.
Finding What You Love and Being The Best at It with Elisabetta Bartoloni
Elisabetta Bartoloni is the Partner and Head of Global Markets at Heidrick & Struggles, and Co-Sponsor of H&S Women’s Group. Elisabetta is no stranger to taking career risks, this is something any one of us can encounter at any given time. In this episode, Elisabetta tells us what her career pivot taught her, and how the wise advise from a mentor helped her get there.
Mindy Grossman: The Accidental CEO
Episode 2: In this episode we sit with Mindy Grossman, President and CEO of WW, formerly Weight Watchers. Mindy shares with us how the many roles she has played in her career have given her the strength to take risks and the keen sense of direction to create positive impact and purpose along her journey.