Judge Faith Hochberg: An Inspiring Story of Confidence and Success

From being one of few women at Harvard Law to being the first pregnant woman to work at her firm, Hochberg isn’t afraid to break ground.

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.

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.

The Big Rethink with Veronica “Niki” Fielding

Susan sits down with Niki Fielding to discuss the “Big Rethink” and how it affects all of us. How has the way we define success changed?

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.

The Selflessness of Self-Discovery with Sam Johnstone

Tune in as Sam shares her story of taking control of her toxic marriage and job, reinventing herself, and helping other women along the way.

The Internship Generation

Susan sits down with her three summer interns to discuss what led them to work with Glen Eagle and the valuable experience they’ve gained.

Outnumbered but not Overpowered: Finding your Voice with Sprina Moon

Sprina Moon discusses her journey of joining a white-male dominated industry and using her differences and unique perspective as an asset.

Learn the “ABCs” to be a Successful Woman Entrepreneur

Patricia G. Greene talks about the “ABCs” of women’s entrepreneurship—Aspirations, Behaviors, and Confidence.

Emerge for Small Businesses with Tiffany Boyle

An interview with the CEO of Emerge The Magazine, a company that focuses on promoting entrepreneurs and cultural events.