Join Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as she interviews Bethany Inez, a Life Coach at Splendor, about acknowledging your full power. Bethany shares the four steps of manifestation, the impact of mindset on success, and how to cultivate a positive mindset.
Join Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as she chats with Jane Hanson, the Founder and CEO of HHH Productions, LLC, about becoming a confident female speaker and leader. Jane describes the nuances of media communications, evolving trends in public speaking, and how she empowers women in media.
On today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston invites Amy Prosenjak, the President of Ste. Michelle Wine Estates, to talk about the value of a “yes and” attitude. Amy explains her leadership style, her experience with imposter syndrome, and how she facilitates female leadership in her role.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston welcomes Beth Knox, the CEO of the Seattle Sports Commission, to talk about making history in male-dominated careers. Beth emphasizes embracing challenging opportunities, staying true to yourself, and creating a lasting legacy.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Kara McKeage, the CEO and Founder of Pepper’s Personal Assistants, joins Andrea Heuston for a conversation about balancing motherhood and work. Kara shares her experiences during the start of her business, how she hired the right people, and the impact her business has on working mothers.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston invites Nicholle Overkamp, the Founder and CEO of Wilcox Financial Group and PowHERhouse Money Coaching, to discuss financial education for women entrepreneurs. Nicholle talks about the boating accident that altered her business’ trajectory and the catalyst for her coaching businesses and book.
In this special episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston welcomes authors Vicky Lanzone and Jamie Blaine to discuss the purpose of their book Life is Crazy and We’re All Going to Die. Together, they share the role of fear and despair in the book’s narrative, epiphanies about life and hope, and inspirational quotes from the book.
Tune in to this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as Andrea Heuston invites Matt Iseri, the Founder, President, and CEO of TokuSaku Consulting and the Co-founder of TS Solutions. Together, they discuss the importance of a supportive environment for women. Matt also explains how Judo cultivates self-discipline, his straightforward approach to supporting women in business, and the definition of TokuSaku.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Anna Liotta, the CEO of Resultance, Inc., joins Andrea Heuston for a conversation about intergenerational engagement. Anna shares insights on the pandemic’s impact on younger generations, her entry into generational research, and how generational codes influence leadership styles.
Tune in to this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as Andrea Heuston invites Lisa Rehurek, the Founder and CEO of The RFP Success Company, to speak about cultivating self-assurance to secure RFPs. Lisa explains the value of RFPs in business recognition, how to draft a personalized RFP, and how she built a thriving company by branding and niching down.
Join Andrea Heuston in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as she invites Keri Murphy, the Founder and CEO of Inspired Living, to speak about creating and growing a brand through video. Keri talks about the Brilliant event and how women can join, why she developed a niche for her business, and the importance of investing in yourself.
In today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Brea Starmer, the Founder and CEO of Lions & Tigers, joins Andrea Heuston for a conversation about independent and blended workplaces. Brea explains how she nurtures high-performing professionals to foster unity, how she advocates for independent and integrated work environments, and how Lions & Tigers supports women and BIPOC individuals in the workplace.
Mystic business mentor Sara Drury is Andrea Heuston’s guest in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show. Together, they discuss how to cultivate a greater sense of self-worth and confidence. Sara also talks about her epiphany and self-discovery, how to rectify detrimental behaviors, and the link between self-worth and success.
Join Andrea Heuston in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as she chats with Eric Samdahl, ZADASI’s Co-founder and CEO, about empowering women to make a difference in business. Eric talks about the intuition effect, his process for advancing women’s success, and ZADASI’s legacy.
Reframe your entrepreneurial dream with a few shifts in perspective and a clear methodology to achieve a more joyful life. Michèle Hecken is an Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) member in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. An ex-CEO, she is the founder of The Art of Offboarding, a proprietary leadership and operational methodology which she implements in Fortune 500 companies. She is also a… Continue reading Shifting Paradigms: 3 Business ‘Truths’ That Are Fundamentally Untru
On this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston welcomes Anika S. Jones, the Lead Consultant at Holistic Fluency Consulting, who shares her communication and community-building approaches to leadership. Anika also discusses how relationships have influenced Holistic Fluency’s success, her development courses for adolescents and parents, and how women can improve their communication skills.
Andrea Heuston, an Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) member of the US West Bridge chapter, is a speaker coach to leaders at Fortune 100 companies, a best-selling author, and CEO of Artitudes, a full-service design firm specializing in executive presentations, branding, and visual marketing. We asked Andrea, host of Lead Like a Woman podcast, about her strategy for launching a successful podcast. Here’s what she… Continue reading 4 Nonnegotiables for Starting a Successful Podcast
Andrea Heuston is a Podcast Host, Speaker Coach, a best-selling published Author, and CEO of Artitudes, a creative communications firm. If the thought of standing up in front of a crowd makes your palms sweat, your heartbeat thunder and your chest tighten, you’re not alone. Studies have found that around 77% of the world’s population fears public speaking—it’s… Continue reading Three Techniques You Can Implement Immediately To Help You Enjoy Public Speaking
Female leaders bring skills, different perspectives, and innovative ideas to the table, which fosters future-focused, more resilient companies. Andrea Heuston, an Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) member of the US West Bridge chapter, is a podcast host, speaker coach to leaders of Fortune 100 companies, a best-selling author, and CEO of Artitudes, a full-service creative firm specializing in storytelling, speaker coaching, executive… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Women Make Outstanding Leaders
If you’re an entrepreneur, chances are the idea of writing a book has made its way into your orbit. Having built a successful business, you’ve likely overcome barriers, experienced singularities and had epiphanies that might benefit others. It’s natural to recognize a story within you. I know I certainly did. Writing a bestseller has great… Continue reading An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Writing A Bestselling Book in 5 Steps
Two weeks ago, I posted an article to LinkedIn by Steve Wiens. It is titled, “An Ode to Women Who Are Too Much.” I have often been categorized as “too much.” The response to the article has been amazing, so thank you to Steve Wiens for recognizing that strong women are necessary to this world. Strong women… Continue reading Never Apologize for Being a Strong Woman
Female Founders: Andrea Heuston of Artitudes Design On The Five Things You Need To Thrive and Succeed as a Woman Founder
A Kickass Outfit — You need an outfit that makes you feel like you can own the world when you wear it. It adds to your confidence level. It’s the outfit that makes you feel like a superhero; this is your uniform, this is your costume, and you are who you need to be to rule… Continue reading Female Founders: Andrea Heuston of Artitudes Design On The Five Things You Need To Thrive and Succeed as a Woman Founder
Audience research. The first thing you need to learn is that your speech is not about you, it’s about your audience. Before you even start writing your speech you need to do your research, understand your audience: what are they there for; what makes them do things; what are their trigger points; what are their concerns… Continue reading Andrea Heuston Of Artitudes On 5 Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Public Speaker
Andrea Heuston joins Christina Harbridge, CEO of Allegory, Inc., in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show to talk about displaying authenticity and leading with strength. Christina shares how she fostered a culture of humanity through her debt-collection business, her passion for encouraging women to run for government positions, and the power of authentic vulnerability.
Entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and Founder of OAKJournal, Keith Roberts, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show to discuss fostering female leaders. Keith explains how he empowers women in their roles, his “why,” and the definition of “who luck.”
Entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and Founder of OAKJournal, Keith Roberts, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show to discuss fostering female leaders. Keith explains how he empowers women in their roles, his “why,” and the definition of “who luck.”
Entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and Founder of OAKJournal, Keith Roberts, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show to discuss fostering female leaders. Keith explains how he empowers women in their roles, his “why,” and the definition of “who luck.”
In this episode of Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston speaks with Cindy Spodek Dickey, the Principal Navigator and Founder of 47 Degrees North Marketing, about creating opportunities and finding success. Cindy provides insights on her extensive experience in the marketing and media space and some of the best lessons she learned along the way. They also touch on starting a side gig, supporting other women, the beginnings of the agency, and learning from successful teams.
Andrea Heuston sits down with the President of ProMotion Holdings Global, Michela Hundrup, on this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, to talk about facilitating adaptable leadership. Michela opens up about motherhood’s impact on leadership, how she created a female executive team, and how female leadership promotes flexibility.
Listen to this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as Andrea Heuston chats with Simone Morris, CEO of Simone Morris Enterprises, LLC, about uplifting yourself and your career. Simone also mentions the importance of inclusion in schools, the Great Resignation and other prominent social justice trends, and her book’s message.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, the Founder and CEO of Phoenix Wellness Retreat, Marsha Ralls, joins Andrea Heuston to discuss how she encourages and advocates for women leaders. Marsha talks about her involvement in the arts and health and wellness spaces, the impetus for MyEO Women, and her business retreat programs.
WriterGirl’s Owner and CEO, Christy Pretzinger, joins Andrea Heuston in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show to discuss leading with kindness. Christy also explains the connection between personal growth and company culture, how she cultivates a diverse writing team, and how to lead like you.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston chats with Franziska Gonder, Somatic Leadership Coach and Founder of Leadership That Heals The World and Bravespace, about leading with compassion and accountability. Franziska also discusses why she transitioned into somatic leadership, how to utilize neuro-linguistic programming, and the negative influence of “up and to the right” mindsets.
Join Andrea Heuston in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as she interviews Cascadia Capital’s Managing Director, Christian Schiller, about obtaining funding for women-owned and led businesses. Christian also talks about family business as a driver for economic growth, investment trends in women-owned companies, and how to promote inclusive leadership.
Join Andrea Heuston in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as she hosts Laura Barnard, the Founder and Partner at BREAKTHRU Brands, to talk about building influential leaders. Laura explains the importance of female leadership in today’s society, advice for creating a personal brand, and how to establish opportunities in a limiting world.
CEO of ProMotion Holdings, Steve Crandall, joins Andrea Heuston in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, to discuss the importance of a women-led team. Steve also talks about the evolution of female leadership, how to recognize women’s skills in the workplace, and advice for breaking the glass ceiling in a male-dominated workforce.
In this episode of Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston sits down with Allison DeLeone, the President and CEO of TPN + Evia, and Hilary Laney, TPN + Evia’s Chief Revenue Officer, to discuss the merger between the two companies and how it has introduced new opportunities. Allison and Hilary also talk about how the company has maintained its relevance and how they are innovating through NFTs.
Join Andrea Heuston in today’s episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as she chats with Dianna Anderson, Founder and CEO of Cylient, about what it means to be a change-able leader. Dianna also talks about coaching as a lifestyle, the power of creating safe and seen spaces, and Cylient’s coaching process.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Mikelann Valterra, a money coach, about the psychology of money. They also discuss the benefits of money coaching, tips for designing a life you love, and how to create a personalized spending plan.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Karen Hough, the Founder and CEO of ImprovEdge, to talk about the power of improvisation in business and in life. They also discuss breaking presentation rules to connect with an audience better, how to embrace the unexpected to drive change, and how Karen uses improv skills to serve her clients.
Cheryl Farr, the Founder and Chief Strategist for SIGNAL Brand Innovation, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show to talk about creating influence through brands. They also discuss how to build an authentic brand, how Cheryl transitioned from travel writing to brand building, and how her company has evolved over the years.
Natalya Berdikyan, the Founder and CEO of Life by Design, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show to talk about leadership, wellbeing, and energy. They also discuss the connection between leadership and wellbeing, tips for managing energy, and Natalya’s experience dealing with life’s challenges.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Nikki Rausch, the Founder and CEO of Sales Maven, about creating value through sales. They also discuss the benefits of having a sales coach, how to use speaking as a sales tool, and the steps to an effective sales conversation.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Daniella Menachemson, the President of StyleNations, about her entrepreneurial journey. They also discuss Daniella’s passion for the metaverse, why she moved from Australia to Dallas, and how StyleNations impacts local communities.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by DeLynne Ano, the Founder of Runli, to discuss the benefits of automation and business processes. They also talk about DeLynne’s business workflow app, her experience working with her sons, and tips for running a successful business.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Mindy Weinstein, the Founder and CEO of Market MindShift, about the power of scarcity. They discuss how scarcity marketing affects the brain, the relationship between inflation and scarcity, and the power of uniqueness.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, host Andrea Heuston is joined by Dr. Jeremy Weisz, the Co-founder of Rise25, to talk about some of the most impactful interviews she has hosted over the last year. They discuss tips for building a business, supporting women in leadership, and the power of the mindset. Tune in to hear remarkable stories from incredible go-getters around the world!
Tim McDiarmid, the Founder and Owner of The Good Kind Hospitality Group, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show to talk about her experience building a business in the hospitality industry. Tim explains how she supports women through her business, her experience on the show Chopped, and her new program for entrepreneurs.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Shelmina Abji, a TEDx speaker and author, to discuss strategies for intentional leadership. Shelmina shares her career background, explains the concept of “the power of quotient,” and talks about her book, Show Your Worth.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Shanna A. Hocking, the Principal of Hocking Leadership, to talk about making bold career moves. Shanna discusses the benefits of celebrating your accomplishments, the four mindsets for making bold moves, and why workplace culture is about connections — not presence.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Lisa Druxman, the Founder and CEO of FIT4MOM, about women empowerment and building a franchise business. Lisa shares tips for overcoming being overwhelmed, the value of creating a supportive community, and the benefits of having a franchise.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Bonnie Low-Kramen, the President and CEO of Ultimate Assistant Training and Consulting Inc., about being an ultimate personal assistant. Bonnie talks about common challenges personal assistants face, how she supported Olympia Dukakis’ success, and the benefits of asking for what you want.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Dr. Amy Morrison, the President of the Lake Washington Institute of Technology, to talk about public service and the importance of self-care. Dr. Morrison shares her background, the skills she learned from running political campaigns, and her upcoming book.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Quinn Rose, the Founder of Story Based Brands, about the value of following your own path. Quinn shares her experience as a reporter, working on a documentary about NYPD’s Stop and Frisk policy, starting a video production company, and her advice for identifying your passion.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Helena Gibson, a serial entrepreneur, author, podcaster, educator, and the Founder and CEO of The 7-Figure Salon and STRUT Hair Solutions, to talk about using empathy to solve customers’ problems. Helena explains why she started her businesses, her future plans, and the power of perseverance.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Riah Gonzalez, an author and entrepreneur, about defining success on your own terms. Riah discusses the value of expressing your emotions, being authentic, and her experience building a virtual assistant matchmaking company.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Kate Hancock, a business strategist and advisor, to talk about the future of the metaverse in business. Kate shares details about her upcoming conference on blockchain, what attracted her to the metaverse, and how she uses her voice to elevate women.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Amy Boone Thompson, the Owner and Chief Executive Officer of IDEA Health & Fitness Association. Amy explains what it means to lead with character, curiosity, and confidence. She also discusses the role athletics play in her life and business and shares her future plans for IDEA Health & Fitness Association.
Vicky Heldreich Durand, an entrepreneur and author, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to talk about courageous exploration and creativity. They discuss Vicky’s experience moving from the USA to Hawaii, entrepreneurship, and the lessons Vicky learned from her mother.
Danielle Johnson, the Founder of Cannon Leadership Group, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to talk about strategies for creating an empowered, motivated, and deeply connected workforce. Danielle discusses her process for working with clients, shares the benefits of giving feedback, and explains what a coaching culture means.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Rick Gillis, a speaker, author, trainer, and innovator, to talk about pay parity and how to level the paying field. Rick shares his first encounter with pay parity as a child, the lessons he has learned over the years, and how he has been helping solve pay parity.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston hosts Ulyanna Chung, the Owner of Chung Insurance Agency, to talk about leadership and culture. Ulyanna shares her experience in federal law enforcement, talks about giving back to the community, and discusses different types of company culture.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston hosts Lisa Riggs, the Founder of Spirit Sox USA, to talk about creating value through socks. They also talk about using socks to fundraise and give back to the community, the challenges women working in the corporate world face, and the strategies Lisa used to grow her business.
Cathey Kuo, a real estate broker, investor, and entrepreneur, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to talk about building a business through grit and determination. Cathey shares her experience in the real estate industry, the limiting beliefs she had to overcome, and how she uses her skills to give back to the community.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale, a speaker and author, to talk about having courageous conversations. They discuss how diversity has evolved over the years, how Rosalyn creates diversity and inclusion programs, and how she promotes courageous conversations about unconscious bias.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Helena Gibson and Hazel Ortega, featured authors of the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches, to discuss how to create a mindset of success. They also talk about the value of perseverance and share advice on living a miraculous life.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Lauren Reed and Dr. Kristin Kahle, featured authors in the book Lead Like a Woman: Tales From the Trenches. Together, they talk about how failure can become a stepping stone to your next great achievement. They also share tips for getting over the fear of asking for help, advice to help women find their way out of the trenches, and explain how they lead like women.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Jessica Fialkovich, the Co-founder and CEO of Exit Factor, to talk about helping entrepreneurs sell and exit their businesses. Jessica also talks about her book, her speaking engagements, and the lessons she learned in her entrepreneurial journey.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston sits down with Stephen Shortt, Managing Director of ETC Consult. Stephen shares how he became a feminist father for his daughters’ future, how one seemingly ordinary conversation with his sister changed his whole perspective on men’s roles in supporting women leaders, how to challenge unconscious bias and limiting beliefs on gender, and so much more!
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Jodi Daniels, the Founder and CEO of Red Clover Advisors, to discuss why data privacy is essential for all types of companies. Jodi also explains why women need to celebrate their achievements and talks about her experience hosting a podcast and working with her husband.
Andrew Richardson, the Senior Vice President of Analytics and Marketing Science at Tinuiti, is Andrea Heuston’s guest in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, where he talks about supporting women in leadership. Andrew discusses common barriers women face in their leadership roles, the impact a STEM education has on young women leaders, and how men can help advocate for women’s rights. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Bridgette Boudreau, the Creator of the Mosaic Life Purpose Framework, about living a purpose-filled life. Bridgette explains how her framework functions, talks about her upcoming book, and advises women who feel stuck. Stay tuned.
Lauren Reed, the Founder and President of Reed Public Relations, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to discuss why women are worthy of getting help. Lauren also shares her journey to entrepreneurship and talks about the lessons she learned from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and recovering from a ski accident. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Susan Drumm, the Founder and CEO of Meritage Leadership, to talk about how music can transform your leadership and your life. Susan also talks about the value of leveraging relationships to build a business, the lessons she learned from doing drama, and how to use music intentionally to get where you want to be. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Joyce Shulman, the Co-founder and CEO of 99 Walks and Jetti Fitness, about how intentional walking can change your life. They also talk about the benefits of spending time in nature, Joyce’s book, and how to build a personal walking habit.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is in conversation with Kate Ahl, Founder and Owner of Simple Pin Media, about finding success for yourself. Kate shares the process of growing her business, how she pulled herself out of the center of the company, and her advice to honor your strengths. You don’t want to miss this insightful episode!
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston speaks with Warren Rustand, entrepreneur, author, and leader, about elevating women in the workplace. Together, they discuss the growth society has made in regards to women in leadership, how we can improve, and why women leaders are essential to the success of organizations. Warren also talks about the five principles of personal greatness and living with purpose. This episode is overflowing with advice for all aspiring leaders!
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, host Andrea Heuston interviews Kati Quigley, Senior Director of the Global Industry Marketing team at Microsoft, to talk about her experience as a leader and mentor. Kati divulges her leadership style, her passion for encouraging women to advance in leadership, and inspires women to take it up a notch and lead with confidence.
On this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston talks with coach, author, keynote speaker, podcast host, and Founder of Never Too Late Media, Lesley Michaels. Lesley talks about what feminism means to her and why she feels that it is important for people of all genders to embrace the movement. She also talks about her podcast, an upcoming book, incivility in the workplace, how to find your own voice, and so much more!
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston sits down with Amalia Martino, Founder of The Vida Agency, to talk about how she leads her company with compassion. Amalia looks back on her work experience, talks about her passion for serving underrepresented communities, and gives tips for finding your team to build a great business.
In this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston joins Mary Abbajay, Author of Managing Up and President of Careerstone Group, to discuss personal workplace authority. Mary talks about maintaining control of your career, how to navigate professional relationships effectively, and how to persist in your role.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Niki McKay, the Founder and CEO of Blue Danube Productions, to talk about the importance of knowing your value. They discuss Niki’s company philosophy, the most challenging event she has worked on, and what she loves about her job. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Elise Holtzman, the Founder of The Lawyer’s Edge, to talk about the importance of coaching and working with a mentor. Elise shares her journey to entrepreneurship, her secret to success, and the value of networking with like-minded people. Stay tuned.
Stephanie Camarillo, the President of Entrepreneurs’ Organization, Idaho, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to talk about her business and her inspiration to empower employees. Stephanie also talks about servant leadership, her strategies for working herself out of her business, and the importance of paying it forward. Stay tuned.
Alexis Krisay and Melissa DiGianfilippo, the Co-founders of Serendipit Consulting, join Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to talk about their entrepreneurial journey in a male-dominated industry. They also talk about their ideal clients, why they started a business during a recession, and their advice to women looking to work in an industry traditionally led by men. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Dame Stephanie Shirley, an IT entrepreneur and philanthropist, about her life story, entrepreneurship, and philanthropy. Dame Stephanie talks about her motivation to start a software company in 1962, her books, and the importance of value recruitment. You don’t want to miss these inspirational, insightful stories.
Do you have a woman in your life who inspires or empowers you? In this episode of the Lead like a Woman Show, Andrea Heuston talks to Caity Cronkhite, Founder and CEO of Good Words LLC. Caity discusses leaving her career to start freelancing and, ultimately, create her business. She explains how each day looks different and sometimes you can only do so much — because your best looks different every single day. You don’t want to miss this inspiring story!
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Peggy O’Flaherty, the Co-founder and Chief Community Officer of Mavely, about her work in helping women build their businesses and balance work with their personal lives. They also discuss how women struggle with imposter syndrome and talk about living an intentional life.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Erin Keam, the Host of Conversations About Closets With My Closest 1000 Friends podcast, to talk about her coaching and mentoring work and the importance of clarity. Erin also explains how she helps women improve their lives, talks about her podcast, details The Shero’s Journey, and explains why mental health is important. Stay tuned.
On this 100th episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Dr. Jeremy Weisz, the Co-founder of Rise25, to talk about the key lessons she learned from some of her podcast guests. They also talk about the importance of pivoting, supporting women in the male-dominated wine industry, and explain why women in leadership often return a higher ROI. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Daisy Jing, the Founder and CEO of Banish, about how she built her natural skincare business authentically. They also discuss Daisy’s TEDx talk, share tips for dealing with imposter syndrome, and talk about the value of being your true self when building a brand. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Mori Taheripour, a negotiation expert, to talk about negotiation skills and empowering women to become better. Mori also talks about the value of following the road less traveled, the mission of her book, and explains how negotiation helps in finding a person’s voice. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Dr. Wenwen Ni, an Assistant Professor at Sonoma State University, joins Andrea Heuston to talk about the various psychological factors that affect women in leadership roles. Dr. Ni shares her thoughts on gender bias in the events industry, explains how social and environmental factors influence women in the workplace, and talks about the importance of taking small steps to reach your goals. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Diana Fryc, the Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Retail Voodoo, to talk about running a CPG-focused company and branding in high heels. They also discuss Diana’s Gooder Podcast, how to be a better female leader, and the interesting projects Diana has worked on at Retail Voodoo. Stay tuned.
Natasha Miller, the Founder and Chief Experience Designer at Entire Productions, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show where she talks about growing a multimillion-dollar event production company. Natasha also explains what an outgoing introvert refers to, talks about setting boundaries, and describes the importance of seeking mentorship. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Andrea Duffield, the Chief Executive Officer at Bridgeways, about the value of resiliency and serving underprivileged communities. Andrea also talks about the best way to manage employees, how being a mother has impacted her life, and how she leads with strength. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Lorrie Morgan, the Owner and President of Red Hot Copy, to talk about communication crafted for women versus men. Lorrie also shares her copywriting background, her coaching work, and talks about her horse ranch. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Michele Hecken, an executive coach, about the importance of offboarding yourself from your business. They discuss the benefits and challenges associated with delegating, how Michele prepared her business for sale, and how she coaches other entrepreneurs to offboard themselves from their companies. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Hope Zvara, the CEO of Mother Trucker Yoga, to talk about creating value in a niche market. Hope also talks about the lessons she learned over the years running a yoga business, her new app and book, and the art of delayed gratification. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Shenandoah Davis, the Co-founder and CEO of Adventure Nannies, to talk about leading a business like a woman, experiencing success, and the power of music. They also talk about recent changes at Adventure Nannies and the value of being an authentic and empowered female leader. Stay tuned.
Congresswoman Nancy Mace is Andrea Heuston’s guest in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show where she talks about being the first female to graduate from The Citadel and how that impacted her work in Congress. Nancy also talks about her experience growing up in a military family, the lessons she learned from working as a waitress at Waffle House, and how she runs her own business. Stay tuned.
Renée Marino, a Professional Communication Coach, is Andrea Heuston’s guest in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show where she talks about the value of good communication and embracing imperfection. Renée also discusses her acting career, becoming a speaker coach, and her new book, Becoming a Master Communicator. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Lisa Liguori, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and podcast host, to talk about running a venture capital firm and investing in yourself. Lisa also explains her reasons for starting the Advice Column Podcast and the Happiness Adventure and talks about the Ski Monkey gadget. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Mary Jane Pioli, the President of MJ Pioli and Company, about executive coaching and helping leaders become happier and more efficient. They also talk about toxic positivity, empowering and serving other leaders, and how Mary Jane leads like a woman. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Sari Davidson, the Owner, Founder, and CEO of BooginHead, to talk about managing life and a growing business. Sari explains the process of starting her own business, how working full time at Microsoft helped her to bootstrap the business, and how she juggles a professional career with motherhood. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Tracy Deforge, the Founder and CEO of The Players’ Impact, about her work in supporting athletes through her organization. Tracy explains why she founded The Players’ Impact and talks about how she empowers others as a board member of the USA Team Handball and the National Women’s Soccer League Players Association. Plus, Tracy shares how we can all take action to spark change. Stay tuned.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston interviews Trish Blackwell, a Confidence Coach and the Founder of The College of Confidence, about how she helps women build confidence, achieve their life’s purpose, and live boldly. Trish also talks about The College of Confidence, the importance of failure and not caring what others think, and how she deals with imposter syndrome. Stay tuned.
Marina Byezhanova is a Soviet-born, Ukraine-raised, and Canada-based entrepreneur, whose goal is to scale the reach of people’s voices. Growing up, she experienced what it was like to not have a voice. Her life’s mission is to inspire people to own their narrative.
Jennifer Rotner is the Founder and CEO of Elite Creative and its companies, Elite Editing and Elite Authors. Elite is a woman-owned, full-service content and publishing services firm that offers editorial, writing, and creative support for companies of all sizes, from small businesses and nonprofit organizations to Fortune 500 companies, as well as for independent authors at every stage of the publishing journey. Elite has a team of more than 225 people worldwide, including both full-time staff and freelance writers and editors who have all worked remotely since the business began.
Tracey Warren is a Community and Engagement Specialist and the Founder and CEO of InSpark Coworking, a collaborative workspace for entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote workers. She is known as the connection queen and shows women entrepreneurs how to create amazing content that can help build a thriving community with ease.
Olga Sagan is the Owner of the nationally renowned bakery, Piroshky Piroshky. Founded in Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market, Piroshky Piroshky has offered handcrafted pies to loyal fans since 1992. An immigrant from Russia when she was 16, Olga arrived in America and faced many challenges overcoming language barriers and learning to navigate what it means to be a woman in a leadership role — something that was not encouraged in her home country.
Michelle Bomberger is the Founder, CEO, and Managing Attorney at Equinox Business Law Group. As a small business founder and entrepreneur, Michelle understands the emotional and practical aspects of owning and scaling a business, which makes her an effective guide for business leaders in evaluating risk and opportunity in their decision making. She received her MBA and law degrees from Northwestern University and undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Cathi Rodgveller, the Founder and CEO of IGNITE Worldwide, is Andrea Heuston’s guest in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show where she talks about community and providing educational opportunities for girls and non-binary youth. Cathi discusses what STEM education means, explains what drove her to start IGNITE Worldwide, and talks about how she helps empower girls and achieve gender equity in STEM.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Megan McNally, a strategic consultant, lawyer, and angel investor, to talk about cultivating a supportive community of female founders and learning from your failures. They also discuss the importance of creating products that meet customers’ needs, knowing who your ideal customers are, and building authentic businesses.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Lei Wang, an executive coach and mountain climber, to talk about ascending new summits in life and business. Lei shares her experience preparing for and climbing Mt. Everest, participating in the Explorers Grand Slam, and how she guides others to reach new heights through her coaching business. Stay tuned.
Luly B. is a business strategist, speaker, coach, mother, and best-selling Amazon author on a mission to help women define success on their own terms. She is a feisty Cuban-American mom and entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in marketing strategy, business consulting, and leadership.
Katie McLaughlin is the Founder, Chief Strategist, and Transformation Artist at the McLaughlin Method, a boutique consultancy specializing in leadership and skills training for executive leaders of mid to late-stage startups. She is passionate about creating happier and healthier workplaces by stopping workplace hurt. In her business, Katie leverages her decades of experience driving organizational change, transforming processes and training programs, and applying principles of adult behavior and performance to create people-focused leaders and team cultures. Companies that work with her learn from the benchmarks and successes of over 15 software companies that have coached and trained with her.
Dr. Kara Johnson is a physician, CEO, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and international public speaker. Educated at Harvard University and the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and trained at the world-renowned Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Dr. Johnson was well-equipped to create Mountain View Medical Center, a multi-specialty medical center that brings world-class medicine to the people of Alaska. With an entrepreneurial spirit, Dr. Johnson grew Mountain View Medical Center from the ground up and created the most technologically advanced medical and surgical center in the state.
Jessica Devine is the Founder of Todayist, an app that helps busy people be happy one step at a time. She is a former finance and management consultant and worked at the corporate level before jumping to being an entrepreneur. Her previous roles ranged from personalized technology to creating the birthday fundraiser on Facebook. She leverages technology to scale a social impact for good.
Diane Najm is the Founder and CEO of PhotoPad. After practicing social work for over 20 years, Diane leapt into the entrepreneurial world to launch two tech platforms in the photo and digital content marketing space. Her first product was PhotoPad, a consumer photo app on Facebook in 2010, and PhotoPad for Business in 2016.
Ariel Gliboff is the Founder and Executive Director of The Emotional Abuse Discussion nonprofit and the host of the Domestic Violence Discussion podcast, which is focused on domestic abuse from the perspective of a survivor.
Kerri Garbis is the Founder, President, and CEO of Ovation, a communication skills training firm. Kerri has trained hundreds of executives internationally on presentation skills, storytelling for business, etiquette, and emotional intelligence. At the helm of Ovation, a 30-person global training firm, Kerri ensures that every Ovation engagement delivers the highest level of client-focused professional training. Dedication to this standard sets Ovation apart from the competition and ensures multiple repeat engagements and many long-term clients.
Danielle Lindblom is a life coach and the Founder of Danielle Lindblom Coaching. After a degree in mechanical engineering and a career in lean manufacturing, running events, and climbing to leadership positions, Danielle experienced debilitating anxiety that had her hiding in dark conference rooms. Being laid off in 2017 was a blessing in disguise — it’s what she needed to make a big change in her life. She dove full time into her then side business of dog training and canine behavior consulting and lived a life that she loved. After five years of success with that business, she transitioned to life coaching, which brought all of her experiences and skills to the arena.
Deborah Brenner is the Founder & CEO of Women of the Vine & Spirits. She graduated from the University of Delaware with degrees in English and Journalism, and was soon hired by a television and film technology company that required international travel to countries for whom wine is a part of everyday life. After over 20 years in the male-dominated field of high-end technology — and owning a marketing and public relations firm — Deborah discovered during a fortuitous trip to Napa and Sonoma that, like herself, many women in the wine industry were under-recognized.
Katty Douraghy, the President of Artisan Creative, joins Andrea Heuston in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show to talk about her experience and advice on dealing with grief. Katty also talks about writing her book, The Butterfly Years, and how being a member of Entrepreneurs’ Organization has impacted her life.
Audrey Darrow is the Founder and CEO of Earth Source Organics, which produces Righteously Raw Chocolate bars. A survivor of breast cancer, Audrey experienced firsthand the debilitating effects of chemotherapy, radical surgeries, and long-term radiation
Dr. Pamela Ellis is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Compass Education Strategies and Compass College Advisory Center. Known as “The Education Doctor,” she is an award-winning educator and best-selling author of What to Know Before They Go. She has visited over 450 college campuses to help teens find a college that feels like home and partner with parents to avoid overpaying.
Lara Nikola is the Founder and President of Smart Sips Coffee, an exciting brand of unique flavored coffees, decaf, lattes, cappuccinos, and hot chocolate. She is an award-winning entrepreneur who has been featured on Good Morning America, where she swam with the sharks from Shark Tank. She has been interviewed on Fox and Friends, Money Magazine, and iHeartRadio. Lara was featured on the cover of NJBIZ and in ROI-NJ. Her products have been featured in US Weekly and Reader’s Digest.
Suzie Yorke is the Founder and CEO of Love Good Fats and is on a mission to bring healthy fats back. A mom, 11-time Ironman competitor, and yoga enthusiast, Suzie spent years adhering to a low-fat diet only to hit a wall in her mid-40s. After reading Nina Teicholz’s best-seller, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet, she immediately shifted to a high-fat, low-carb diet and felt better right away. While she loved the benefits of her new lifestyle, she found it challenging to find convenient good-fat snacks. Seeing a gap in the marketplace and a huge opportunity to help others through food, she developed Love Good Fats, a company that produces high-fat, low-carb, and low-sugar products. Today, she leads the brand’s expansion as it quickly becomes one of the fastest-growing bar brands in North America.
Shauna Swerland is the Founder and CEO of Fuel Talent, a Seattle-based boutique recruiting firm. She started the company in 2013 after having been in the search industry for nearly 26 years. Prior to that, she spent two decades living in San Francisco and New York, opening eight offices, hiring, training, and managing over 100 recruiters all while building lasting relationships.
Lou Cysewski is an activist, innovative strategist, and the Co-founder and CEO of the world’s first and only climate-neutral marketing and merchandise agency, Coolperx. The company was born out of her conviction to transform the corporate gifting industry from a toxic environmental polluter to a conscious connector of people and values.
Donna Childs, the Founder and CEO of Prisere LLC, is Andrea Heuston’s guest in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, where she talks about her experience overcoming tragedy and helping others prepare for disaster management. Donna also explains how Prisere LLC was founded, her process of writing a book, and her advice for those working through a life change or disaster. Stay tuned.
Adrienne Smith is a Team USA football star leading the charge for the new AFL women’s division. She is among the best performing wide receivers in women’s tackle football history. Adrienne is a Boston Renegades wide receiver, football advocate and spokesperson, Orange is the New Black actress, and entrepreneur. She is also the creator of Blitz Champz, a fun and competitive game that teaches and tests football knowledge, strategy, and critical math skills.
Andrea Heuston is the CEO and Creative Principal of Artitudes Design, an award-winning creative agency. She has over 20 years of experience in the design industry and has won several awards such as the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 under 40, the Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards for Enterprising Women Magazine, Cambridge Who’s Who, and the Key4Women Achieve Award.
Deirdre Breakenridge is an author, entrepreneur, and CEO of Pure Performance Communications. As a 30-year veteran in PR, marketing, and branding, she has worked with senior leaders at many Fortune 500 companies. She is a career-long storyteller and strategist helping brands and professionals to ignite more energy around their communication, lead pressing media conversations, and grow influence in the market. Deirdre has been working with leaders for decades to create award-winning PR and marketing programs and building relationships based on loyalty and advocacy.
Lisa L. Meredith, a Regional Director at ProVisors, is Andrea Heuston’s guest in this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show. Together, they discuss what it takes to lead as a woman without compromising what you believe in. Lisa also shares what she learned from 2020, how she has found success in her career, and why women shouldn’t try to please everyone. Stay tuned!
Jessica Moseley is the Chief Executive Officer of iYellow Group, a conglomerate of organizations (TCS Interpreting, TCSAccess, and iYellow Captions) working to provide equitable access to people with disabilities. As a social entrepreneur and the CEO of iYellow Group, Jessica brings together her passion for people and stories as she endeavors to make access something that is available to everyone.
In this episode of the Lead Like A Woman Show, Andrea Heuston is joined by Erika Flora, the Co-founder and CEO of Beyond20, to talk about supporting women in IT and giving back. Erika shares what it was like starting a company with her husband, how providing training services affected her business’s growth, and why storytelling is important for your brand. Plus, she offers up her tips for women working in male-dominated occupations.
Alice Tang is a Partner and Vice President at BPG Wealth Management, a full-service, multi-generational financial planning firm in Oregon. As a top female producer in the financial industry and a sought-after speaker, Alice has formed her business and success by focusing on creating and deepening relationships one connection at a time. Alice realized that… Continue reading You’ve Got This!
Jane F. Bolin is the Mayor of Oakland Park, Florida, and serves as the global Governance Chair for the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. She is also the Founding Partner and Chief Marketing Officer of the real estate law firm, PeytonBolin, as well as the Co-founder of Giannell Title. Jane has earned numerous accolades for her work and… Continue reading [Women of EO] You Are Not Your Story
Sejal Lakhani-Bhatt is the CEO of TechWerxe, a leading IT company working to bridge the gap between quality and affordability with customized solutions for small to medium-sized businesses. After graduating from the University of Buffalo with a degree in legal studies, Sejal began her career working for major global banking institutions in the regulatory and… Continue reading Headtrash
Almira Bardai is a seasoned senior communications professional with over 20 years of experience creating powerful narratives for domestic and global brands. As a thought leader on PR industry issues, Almira is a frequent commentator in the media and is an actively-sought out speaker on both PR and entrepreneurial topics. With an enviable network of… Continue reading There’s No Such Thing as No
Michelle Venorsky is the Founder of Hello, an engagement agency that helps build relationships between brands and consumers. Michelle, a mother of two, has over 20 years of hybrid PR & social marketing experience, mainly focusing on moms, consumer product goods, and housewares. Prior to founding Hello, Michelle launched the social media marketing practice at… Continue reading Don’t Be an A*hole!
Sheila Attari is the Founder and CEO of SheBird. With the company’s creation, Sheila utilizes her strategic and brand-building skills to solve issues women face when getting dressed. After two-plus years in product development, SheBird launched in October 2019. Their goal is to make women happy by freeing them from their uncomfortable bras by designing… Continue reading Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable
Oksana Esberard is a mental wellness expert, mindfulness and meditation trainer, international speaker, and best selling author. She is the Founder of SattvaMe, a global virtual training organization that’s focused on stress management, productivity, and wellness for employees, business leaders, and entrepreneurs. Utilizing her extensive practice and multicultural background, Oksana leads online corporate programs and… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] Turning Flight Into Flow
Lisa Rueff is the Founder and CEO of Collective Hearts. She is a multi-faceted community leader, inspirational speaker, wellness expert, jewelry designer, Sparked board game creator, and entrepreneur. She created Collective Hearts to connect, inspire and amplify love in the world. As the Founder and Chief Love Warrior Lisa Rueff knows what it means to… Continue reading All You Need is Love
Cherri Prince is the Executive Vice President, Head of Client Growth at Seed Strategy. Since 1990, she has been the strategic brains behind building some of the most successful brands that market to women. She has been awarded 5 Effie awards, the only award in the ad industry based on marketing effectiveness. In 1998, Cherri… Continue reading Put on Your Rose-Colored Glasses
Adi Klevit is the leader and visionary behind Business Success Consulting Group. Her 25 years of knowledge and experience as a trained industrial engineer, management consultant, and business executive gives her a unique understanding of the challenges that businesses face. She utilizes her practical know-how and wisdom to successfully help organizations and companies of any… Continue reading Your Network is Your Net Worth
Stephanie Sims is a capital strategist, startup advisor, and the Founder of Finance-Ability, where she helps founders build economic stories that make dollars and cents. After nearly a decade in investment banking and having worked with the likes of Goldman, Lehman and CSFB on over $5 billion of transactions, Stephanie rode the high tech startup… Continue reading What Lights You Up?
Faith Koen has been in the procurement profession for over 20 years across multiple industries. She is currently the Procurement Manager for Ste. Michelle Wine Estates and she is responsible for overseeing the procurement team and supporting the wineries and facilities that are located in Washington, California, and Oregon. Faith joined the Women of Wine… Continue reading [Women of Wine] Find Your Ally
Jenna Lange is the Founder and CEO of Lange International. She specializes in high stakes communications and is a key partner for executives and their teams on how to make the most out of short but critical communication moments. Jenna has been transforming people into great communicators for over 15 years through her work with… Continue reading Just Ask!
Nancie McDonnell Ruder is the owner of Noetic Consultants, a marketing consulting firm providing consumer research, brand strategy, marketing process and training expertise to BtoB and BtoC firms. Nancie has more than 25 years of marketing experience. She began her career at the Leo Burnett Company before starting Noetic Consultants in 2002. The word ‘noetic’… Continue reading [Women Presidents’ Organization] Find Your Authentic Voice
Stacy Lill is the Co-founder and CEO of Cashmere Partners, focusing her efforts on corporate networking, marketing and strategic partnerships. She provides strategic consulting in wine industry education and development for many wineries. In 2007, she founded O Wines, which she sold to Chateau Ste Michelle Winery. After the sale of O Wines, Stacy founded… Continue reading [Women of Wine] It’s Not About What We’re Handed, But How We Handle It
Aimee Carpenter is the CEO and Owner of SolTerra Solar, a Seattle-based solar energy contractor. She leads a team of 25 people to bring solar design and installation services to homeowners and business owners across Washington State, and her leadership has helped grow the company to over 2000 installed solar customers. She’s been an entrepreneur… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] Focus on Kicking Ass
Cole Banks is the Founder of Sisters Traveling Solo where she helps drive the travel culture for sisters with unmatched global travel experiences. Her passion for traveling, solo experiences, and wanting to help other sisters led to the creation of Sisters Traveling Solo. The idea was sparked after Cole read an online post discouraging black… Continue reading [10KSB] Don’t Wait, Just Do!
Fran Biderman-Gross is the Founder and CEO of Advantages, an award-winning New York-based end-to-end communications agency. She is also the co-author of the book, How to Lead a Values-Based Professional Services Firm: 3 Keys to Unlock Purpose and Profit, which she wrote with Don Scales. She is also the creator of the groundbreaking 3 Keys… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] More Lives than a Cat
Cherry Lao is the Co-founder and Creative Director of Citizen Best, an international brand marketing agency with offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Bangkok. She draws design inspiration from different cultures, traditions and everyday beauty. Since moving from Bangkok to California, she sees imagery, colors, storytelling, graphics, and symbols as a way to understand… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] There’s Comfort in Discomfort
Andrea Herrera is the Founder and President of Amazing Edibles Catering, an award-winning catering company that fosters relationship building at ground breaking events. She has served over a million meals in Chicago in the past 25 years and her personal mission is to foster connection to create community. Andrea is also the founder and president… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] Move Fast!
Alexi Cashen is the CEO–or as she prefers to be known, the Chief Executive Optimist–for Elenteny Imports, a fast growing wine business. The company is dedicated to helping its partners grow in the wine, beer, and spirits industry. Alexi is a self proclaimed type A, detail-oriented entrepreneur, and loves dominating in alcohol logistics. She is… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] [Women of Wine Series] Get in the Room!
Therese Jardine is the Principal and Founder of Strategic Event Procurement. She takes the pain out of procurement and provides thought leadership to the event industry. She has over 30 years of business experience and 15 years experience in managing the procurement strategy for Microsoft’s event portfolio. She has deep expertise in event procurement strategy… Continue reading The Procurement Whisperer
Sharelle Klaus is the Founder and CEO of DRY Soda Company. When she was searching for a sophisticated non-alcoholic beverage that wasn’t cloyingly sweet or made with artificial flavors, she realized that the ultra-competitive beverage market lacked one. She decided to make one and in 2005, she launched DRY Soda Company. Her brand has quickly… Continue reading You Don’t Get to Quit
Dana Manciagli is an author and the President of Job Search Masterclass, the leading job search workshop with instruction, templates, and tools that job seekers need to apply and interview with confidence, that will make them irresistible to employers and land a great job in record time. She has been a corporate executive for more… Continue reading Aim High
Suzette Patterson is the Founder of STAR-Performance Group, an authorized Sandler Training Center in Frisco, Texas. Suzette spent over 20 years in software sales and implementation before starting her Sandler business. She sold directly to physician practices and also built and managed teams for the largest GE Healthcare value-added reseller in the country. What she learned… Continue reading Hope is Not a Strategy
Georgia Green is the Founder and CEO of BEU Revolution which she created with the hopes of sparking a revolution – a movement where people and companies are empowered to thrive. Georgia is the author of leadership curriculum, The Broken Business Model, and she is also a speaker, trusted organizational development advisor, and executive consultant.… Continue reading You Never Get Awesome by Being Average
Sarah Nichols is an attorney who has more than 20 years of experience in HR employment law. She is the founder of Nichols Law P.C. where she represents individuals who experience discrimination and retaliation at work and helps them with wage and hour claims. She assists employees in negotiating their exits from their employers and… Continue reading Don’t Wait!
Wendy Pease is the President of Rapport International, a translation, interpretation, and language services company that eliminates spoken and written language barriers in 200+ languages. Prior to this, she served in corporate senior management positions in international marketing and business development. She has an MBA from Dartmouth College and a BA in Foreign Service from… Continue reading [10KSB] Climb the Mountain to Jump off the Cliff
Stephanie Dalfonzo is an integrative hypnotist, coach, and speaker. She has spent over 20 years researching simple ways to calm stress, anxiety and fear. She has authored a very timely book called Goodbye Anxiety, Hello Freedom: How to Build Resilience and Overcome Anxiety. Stephanie helps women heal and find freedom from the past, reclaim their… Continue reading Fall 7 Times, Get Up 8
Sue Peterson is a Managing Director of Client Management at Cornerstone Advisors. She has more than 30 years of experience in the financial industry, helping high-net-worth individuals and families achieve their financial goals. Over the course of her career, she has developed expertise in helping widows and divorcees, women business owners, and couples approaching retirement.… Continue reading [Women Presidents Organization] A Lack of Reality is Never Your Friend
Andrea Heuston is the CEO and Creative Principal of Artitudes Design, an award-winning creative agency. She has over 20 years of experience in the design industry and has won several awards such as the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 under 40, the Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards for Enterprising Women Magazine, Cambridge Who’s… Continue reading Tragic Death of an Employee with Cancer – 4 Life Altering Events That Have Tested Her Resiliency
Jan Levy is a former Executive Director of Leadership Tomorrow, a Seattle organization that inspires, prepares, and connects leaders across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. She knew the moment she joined Leadership Tomorrow that she wanted to work in the field of leadership development and she served as the organization’s Executive Director for 29… Continue reading Pay Attention!
Gillian Muessig is a serial entrepreneur noted for her ability to form indelible brands, claim critical markets, sustain fiercely loyal customers, and attract investors and best-in-class talent. She co-founded and built SEOMoz.org into Moz.com, turning it from a blog site and directory to the world’s leading provider of marketing applications and metrics reporting software and… Continue reading Listen, Lurk, and Learn
Jennifer Scott is the Founder, CEO, and Chief People Officer of HireEffect. She brings a unique view to small business leadership after moving from corporate roles to solopreneurship and then to owning and running a growing multi state consulting firm. Jennifer and her team helps business owners create and sustain the kind of culture that… Continue reading [10KSB] Capture Your Successes
Dr. Cortney Baker is an award-winning entrepreneur, host of The Women in Business podcast, TEDx speaker, and a nationally-recognized authority on women’s leadership. She’s been featured on Fox News, Forbes, iHeartRadio, and Huffington Post, among other publications. As a leadership expert, mentor, business coach to female entrepreneurs and mother of three, she is passionate about… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] Ready Aim Fire
Pastor Chanda Mills Crutcher is the President and CEO of the American Senior Assistance Program, Inc. (ASAP). She began her career as a certified nursing assistant in Louisiana and continued working in nursing homes to help pay her way through college. In 2004, she founded the American Senior Assistance Program whose primary focus is to… Continue reading [10KSB] Make Your Soul Sing
Zoey Mann is a fourth generation jeweler and President of Fox’s Seattle. She graduated from Whitman college with a Degree in Theater and Elementary Education and joined the family business full time after earning her Degree in 2003. After working in Fox’s Seattle for 10 years, Zoey took over as the majority shareholder and President… Continue reading [Women Presidents Organization Series] Make it yours!
Jaci Russo is a brand strategist, author, podcast and radio host, and the co-founder & CEO of brandRUSSO, a strategic branding agency. Jaci began her career in Hollywood as a Junior Talent Agent at Creative Artists Agency working with clients such as Helen Hunt, David Letterman and Gwyneth Paltrow. After that, she worked as the… Continue reading [10KSB] Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself
Erin Branche is a lifestyle expert who has merged her background in luxury hospitality with her passion for makeup into a successful lash and beauty brand. She is the Founder and CEO of Lash Bash and has a passion for lashes, beauty, and the latest trends. Lash Bash opened its first location in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse… Continue reading [10KSB] There’s No Someday on the Calendar
Sarahbeth Yeli Marshall is the Founder and Chief Chocolate Officer of Yelibelly Chocolates. She started her career as a registered dietician with a Master’s Degree in Nutrition and Food Science, and worked for 15 years in the food service industry before falling into the dark side of chocolate. Yeli has been studying and performing the… Continue reading [10KSB] Let’s Get Chocolate Wasted!
[Women of EO Series] Practical & Tactical Tips to persuade, communicate and just show up in this crazy online world
Andrea Heuston is the CEO and Creative Principal of Artitudes Design, an award-winning creative agency. She has over 20 years of experience in the design industry and has won several awards such as the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 under 40, the Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards for Enterprising Women Magazine, Cambridge Who’s… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] Practical & Tactical Tips to persuade, communicate and just show up in this crazy online world
Jasmine Donovan is the President and CFO of Dick’s Drive-In Restaurants. Being the granddaughter of one of the founders, she has worked in the business several times since she was 16 years old and started working full time on the executive team in 2013. Jasmine stepped into the role of President when her father, Jim… Continue reading [Women President’s Organization Series] The journey back to Hamburgers
Connie Wyatt is the Founder, President, and Principal Consultant of S.A.I.D. Strategy Group. She has been leading the rapidly growing woman and minority-owned professional services firm since its inception in 2014. As a management consulting firm, S.A.I.D prides itself on being the best of the best at creative critical problem solving to deliver on what… Continue reading [10KSB] Things Change When You Change
In this episode of Lead Like a Woman Show, Lisa MacLean joins Andrea Heuston to talk about her work in gender equity and politics. She explains why she started working in the political field, the various challenges she has faced working in this primarily male dominated field, what she’s most passionate about, and her best piece of advice to fellow female entrepreneurs. Stay tuned.
Andrea gets interviewed by Dr. Jeremy Weisz of Rise25 in her own show about how her experiences as a coma patient impacted not just her life but the lives of the people she was closest to. Tune in as she talks about why she decided to get surgery,being diagnosed with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS), being in a coma for 19 days, and the lessons learned from her experience
Join Andrea Heuston in this episode of Lead Like a Woman Show as she interviews Catherine Crosslin of Instar Performance about women in leadership and organizational culture. Join the conversation as Catherine talks about her experience and lessons learned while working in male-dominated fields, how women can be better leaders, what it means to fail forward, and the benefits of having an abundance mentality. Stay tuned.
Andrea Heuston’s featured guest in this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show is Jean Thompson, the woman behind Seattle Chocolate. Tune in as they talk about Jean’s transition from the tech industry to the chocolate industry, her shift from being a stay-at-home mum to becoming the owner of a chocolate company, the struggles and challenges women face in creating and leading companies, and why her decisiveness is her undeniable business superpower.
In today’s episode of Lead Like a Woman Show, Manon Buettner, an expert in IT modernization, gets interviewed by Andrea Heuston about what IT modernization truly means and how she is able to provide cutting edge digital services in a male-dominated field. Tune in as she discusses her entrepreneurial journey, the reason behind Cloud Girls, and find out why she holds on to the best advice she has ever received: be fearless.
Dr. Kristin Kahle, aka Dr. K, is the CEO and Founder of NavigateHCR, a full-service Affordable Care Act (ACA) and compliance technology company. In 2014 and 2015, she was awarded the “Most Influential Woman in Benefits” by Employee Benefit Advisor. More recently, Dr. K was nominated for the San Diego Business Journal Top Tech Award… Continue reading [Women of EO Series] The Power of NO
Andrea Heuston is the CEO and Creative Principal of Artitudes Design, an award-winning creative agency. She has over 20 years of experience in the design industry and has won several awards such as the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 under 40, the Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards for Enterprising Women Magazine, Cambridge Who’s… Continue reading House Burned Down: 4 Life-Altering Events That Have Tested Andrea Heuston’s Resiliency
Debbie Oberbillig is the CEO of SuccessView Coaching and Consulting, and she is highly skilled in the business aspects of talent management including coaching, leadership development, facilitation, and organizational program management. Her passion and expertise are to consult with and coach CEOs and corporate leaders, as well as to create and facilitate programs to develop… Continue reading [Women President’s Organization Series] It’s OK to fail