A Recipe for Success with Laurie Cummins and Alexandra Groezinger

Laurie Cummins and Alexandra Groezinger share insights into working in the food industry and running a family-owned business.

What to Know Before Starting Your Own Business

Young entrepreneurs and friends Kelsey and Mallory discuss the process of creating their own business while both under the age of 30.

Professor Ann Mari May on Closing the Gender Gap in Economics

Professor May discusses why there has been a big recent push for women in STEM but no equivalent for the male-dominated field of economics.

Kelli Tanghe and Team Ari: Pushing for Inclusion, One Race at a Time

Kelli sprang into action when her daughter Arianna voiced her desire to participate in sports like her siblings and classmates did.

The Oldest Woman to Swim the English Channel on Retirement Adventuring

The oldest woman to ever swim the English Channel reflects on her journey from a mom cheering in the stands to a grandma breaking records.

The Art of Trial and Error with Joy Fennell and Valerie Wray

Entrepreneurs and friends Valerie and Joy discuss with Susan how trial and error helps them find their way as a lifestyle brand in NYC.

Sandy Hook Teacher Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis on Finding Hope After Tragedy

Sandy Hook Elementary teacher who saved her students’ lives during the horrific shooting reflects on finding hope after tragedy.

Sara Schaer on Kango: An App for Working Moms, Created by One

Sara was a working mom struggling to get her kids from school to practice to wherever they needed to be, until she made an app for that.

A Balancing Act: Starting a Business with your Best Friend

Susan sits down with Meghan Patke and Lisa Strangis to discuss how they decided to take a leap and take their friendship to a new level.

Turning Obstacles into Opportunities with Briana Williams

Tune in as Briana candidly shares her journey of raising her daughter as a single mom at only 23 while a student at Harvard Law.