a podcast by and about women
a podcast by and about women
Tes is a long-time blogger and foodie. For the past 10 years, she’s focused her blog and work around women’s issues. This is her long-form interview podcast. She’s lined up women activists and volunteers from around the world to tell their stories and the stories of the women they work with.
Ushering in a new era of bite sized livable health, nutrition and fitness solutions, Patricia Greenberg, Aging Well Coach, is an expert in all aspects of living life to the fullest at any age. As the creator of Eat Well, Live Well, Age Well, she consults, teaches, and hosts a weekly show, and speaks at seminars nationwide. She has a special interest in enhancing the education of the general public, and providing accurate health information to today’s consumer.
Passionate about wellness for life, Patricia completed 20 marathons and 115 half marathons, and loves the sport of tower climbing, having conquered buildings all over the country. Married with a grown daughter, in her downtime she is an avid reader and knitter.
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Amy Impellizzeri is a reformed corporate litigator, former start-up executive, award-winning author of fiction and non-fiction, and host of the Speak Studio original podcast, I KNOW HOW THIS (BOOK) ENDS. Amy’s novels have earned awards and recognition including INDIEFAB Book of the Year awards, the inaugural Francis Ford Coppola Books & Bottles Pick, National Indie Excellence Awards and more. New York Times Bestselling Author, Kristy Woodson Harvey calls her “a standout in the fiction world.” Kirkus Reviews (in a Starred Review) compared Amy’s latest novel, IN HER DEFENSE to Big Little Lies and called it “crackling courtroom drama.” Amy is also the author of LAWYER INTERRUPTED (published by the American Bar Association) and co-author of the newly available HOW TO LEAVE THE LAW, featured in Bloomberg Law, Boston Business Journal and more. New York Times Bestselling Author, Marie Benedict calls HOW TO LEAVE THE LAW “a wise and invaluable guide to lawyers.” Amy is a Tall Poppy Writer, a past President of the Women’s Fiction Writers Association, a 2018 Writer-In-Residence at Ms-JD.org, recipient of Ms. JD’s Road Less Traveled Award, faculty member in Drexel University’s MFA in Creative Writing Program, and a frequently invited speaker at legal conferences and writing workshops. Connect with Amy at www.amyimpellizzeri.com.
Updates on Amy Impellizzeri’s work:
Her newest novel, BARR NONE, just hit shelves. A few blurbs are included below:
“Impellizzeri’s prose is shrewd and evocative ….”
“The Firm meets the Devil Wears Prada in former attorney Amy Impellizzeri’s newest novel, Barr None, about the sacrifices required to succeed as a female attorney at New York CIty’s most prestigious law firm. A smart and thrilling page turner you don’t want to miss.”
-Danielle Girard, USA Today bestselling author of The Ex
“Dark, disturbing, and constantly unsettling. Amy Impellizzeri’s deep understanding of the perils of lawyering comes through in this cautionary tale about power, ambition, and the soul-crushing effects of stress and desire. Uniquely structured and instantly cinematic, Barr None is endlessly thought-provoking.”
-Hank Phillippi Ryan. USA Today Bestselling Author
“A twisty, jaw-dropping look at the rotten underbelly of a prestigious Manhattan law firm, BARR NONE’s tantalizing secrets unfold like the best true crime case. With the deftness and expertise of a former lawyer, Impellizzeri nails every hairpin turn with authenticity, telling a mesmerizing story where corporate law intersects with the darkest of human instincts.”
—Emily Carpenter, Bestselling Author of Burying the Honeysuckle Girls
“Razorsharp, Fierce with a capital F and with breathtaking twists, BARR NONE is a force to be reckoned with. Netflix, are you listening?”
-Barbara Bos, Managing Editor, BooksByWomen.org
To learn more about Amy Impellizzeri:
Today, Tes talks with Simone Levine. Ms. Levine has dedicated her career to ensuring public accountability in the criminal courts. She is currently a major
Today, Tes talks with Melissa Jaggernauth. Melissa is the owner and creative genius behind OneZnality, an adjustable onesie. The birth of her daughter and feeling unprepared as a first-time parent inspired her to take the modern day onesie and give it a twist. The goal is for OneZnality to be a staple product for all parents to have in their home for their bundle of joy. Melissa believes every baby is unique and should have clothing to accommodate their uniqueness.
Melissa was born in the Caribbean West Indies on the island of Trinidad & Tobago and raised in Queens, New York. She received her undergraduate degree in Finance from St. John’s University and her MBA from Wake Forest University. She currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina where she is watching her inspiration behind OneZnality, her daughter, grow up right before her eyes. When Melissa is not dedicating time to growing OneZnality, she is working for an organization that builds affordable housing for low-income families, and she is traveling and creating memories with her family.
To learn more about Melissa Jaggernauth:
Today, Tes speaks with Stephanie Lawrence. Stephanie is a nonprofit leader, fundraiser, and capacity builder with a passion for strengthening nonprofits’ organizational infrastructure, leadership, communities, and donor relations. After a decade at home full-time with her triplets and younger daughter, Stephanie successfully relaunched into the nonprofit workforce by crafting a personal strategic plan that included project-based volunteer experience, career development classwork and intentional volunteering. Wanting to help women coming up behind her, she founded her career advising practice Cause After A Pause to guide and support those looking for an appropriate and rewarding role in the nonprofit sector after a career break. She provides advising services, strategies, programs and workshops to career relaunches as well as those looking to move from the private sector into the nonprofit sector.
In addition to working with nonprofit sector relaunches, Stephanie currently serves as the Assistant Director of Brandeis University’s Women’s Studies Research Center. She holds a BA from Tufts University and an MPA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.
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Dr. Robyn S. Joppy, affectionately known as “Dr. Robyn”, is a serial entrepreneur. She is the Visionary and CEO of One Accord Consulting Firm (helps organizations/companies develop and implement robust compliance and integrity programs), Pearls Management, (business management and global event-planning company), Project-Cultivate, Inc. (non-profit organization serving girls around the world), and International Shades of Beauty (ISOB) which is an international hair, beauty, fashion, and wellness trade show. Additionally, Dr. Robyn is an award-winning International Compliance and Integrity Expert, award-winning International Speaker, and Best-Selling Author.