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Podcast in English et en français. All around the world there are ordinary women doing extraordinary things. Brave New Woman is about giving those women a platform and a voice. It’s about helping change the way in which women are perceived and it’s about inspiring us all to do what we have always wanted to do. Partout dans le monde, il y a des femmes ordinaires qui font des choses extraordinaires. Brave New Woman donne à ces femmes une plate-forme et une voix. Il aide à changer la façon dont ...
 
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Lilian Sue is a PR coach and publicist. She helps creative entrepreneurs to build healthy PR mindsets and a successful PR strategy. Lilian grew up in a very traditional Chinese Canadian family. She explains the difficulties that she's had in pushing against the cultural traditions and the strict family roles, and what it's meant to her to live the …
 
Jennifer Hicks is the Director of Client & Business Development at Capital Fund Law Group. She speaks about transitioning from her role as a police officer to working in corporate. She is also a strong champion of women and specifically addresses why women sabotaging other women. When she first started her career as a police officer, she was treate…
 
Sheena Simpson completed a Master's degree in Asian History at the University of Sydney and specialized in the development of the Indian railways. She traveled to India on five separate occasions from 1989 to 2005 where she experienced first hand what it was like to travel on the railways. In her thesis, she studied the economic and social impact o…
 
Jill Philips is the author of "Lamlash Street, a portrait of 1960s, postwar London through one family's story". In this episode, Jill talks about why it was so important for her to write a book about growing up in Cockney London after the war. From food rationing to swimming lessons, Jill gives us an insight into the reality of life in the heart of…
 
Staci and Brooke work together at rebellion energy in Oklahoma. Staci is the president and CEO and Brooke is the senior engineering and geological technician. They are also the co-founders of Fellow Environmental Partners, a non-profit focussed on plugging orphaned oil and gas wells in an effort to reduce methane emissions. Staci and Brooke wanted …
 
Paoline Ekambi est la présidente et fondatrice de Sportail Community, une entreprise de l'économie sociale et solidaire. Elle a été joueuse de basket professionnelle pendant 18 ans, dont 13 ans dans l’équipe française. Pour Paoline, le sport est avant tout une passion qui lui a offert une ouverture sur le monde, une connaissance d’elle-même, des va…
 
Claudine Herzlich était directrice de laboratoire au CNRS et a été la premiere femme a créer un laboratoire qui appartenait a la fois au CNRS, a l’INSERM et a l’EHESS. Elle est aujourd’hui retraitée et partage son incroyable parcours. Claudine a étudié la psychologie dans les années 1950 et nous raconte l’ambiance de l’époque à La Sorbonne, où la p…
 
Elisabeth is the Senior Manager of the Marine Conservation Program of the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) in Bangladesh. Her main focus is on protecting threatened marine megafauna. Elisabeth grew up in Switzerland and started her career as a teacher. In 2002, she moved to Bangladesh, married a Bangladeshi and ‘fell into’ conservation work. Whe…
 
Cindy Pan is a general practitioner, dancer and writer who has had a career on television and has written many magazine and newspaper columns as well as books. Most of all, she has always loved dance and she is dancing more today than she ever did! Cindy’s interview is about following your passions and interests and not letting anything stop you. C…
 
Diane Quinn is the co-founder and artistic director of ‘Unseen Theatre’, an audio podcast showcasing original plays featuring female protagonists. She is also a professional dancer, singer, actor, choreographer, director, company manager and playwright. Diane trained in ballet as a child and then went into musical theatre, regional and national the…
 
Getrude Matshe was born in Zimbabwe and grew up in London and New Zealand. Her main activity is her company ‘Her Story Circle’ and she is also a writer, a coach and a textile artist. Getrude is a life force. She is aligned with her gifts and follows her intuition - she has had an incredible life! She was not afraid to quit a job with no Plan B and …
 
Medusa Tn est une rappeuse tunisienne qui s’est faite connaître pendant le printemps arabe avec son titre ‘Tounsiya Fière De L'être’. Aujourd'hui elle habite en Île-de-France où elle poursuit ses études d'ingénieur. Initialement elle a voulu rapper pour donner le point de vue d’une femme tunisienne dans un contexte où il n’y avait que des rappeurs …
 
Pamela was the director of learning and development at Freddie Mac and a mentor for many. She is now an instructional designer and continues to act as a mentor. Helping and advising people brings a lot of joy to Pamela, so it’s no surprise that she found herself mentoring people quite organically. In the corporate world, people tend to use mentorin…
 
Natalia is the country director at the Wildlife Conservation Society in Cuba. She is a herpetologist, has a PhD from Columbia University and is a specialist in the American crocodile. From Columbia University in New York to working with crocodiles in the mangroves of Cuba, Natalia tells us about her work as a woman in conservation and particularly …
 
Hanan recently retired from her position as General Secretary for Northeast Africa for Danone. She was born in Egypt but has lived in many countries and her career has been far from to linear. Hanan chose to stay at home when she had her two children and was terrified when she returned to work. She felt as many women do - that the world had changed…
 
Gemma Sisia grew up in Australia and has been living in Tanzania for the past 20 years. In 2002, she founded the School of St. Jude, a charity school in the Arusha Region of Tanzania. Today the school has more than 1800 students. Gemma saw for herself how her parents always made school fees the priority, even when times were tough. When she graduat…
 
Nikki is an American film director and producer based in Paris. She speaks about working in the film industry as a woman and as a mother. Nikki studied film in Paris and quickly realised that it was a male dominated industry. Luckily, she had a lot of support from women. She started freelancing as a journalist and producer for CNN in Paris straight…
 
Janepher has been involved with School for Life Uganda from the very beginning (2009). She is now Director of Community and Welfare. She lived a happy life in Kampala until she was 16 years old. Both her parents then died within a year and she became responsible for her 3 younger siblings. Life was tough. She remembered her father's words: "It is o…
 
Emily Cohen runs a community radio station in the state of Wyoming called the Jackson Hole Community Radio. She started as a DJ and after a few months became the executive director. This is a fascinating interview about her role as the director and producer of a film about the song Liza Jane, a tune that has been passed back and forth between black…
 
Susan is currently the Vice President International Policy at the Wildlife Conservation Society. The Wildlife Conservation Society are active in more than 60 countries around the world. They are on the ground, working with local people in conserving wildlife, wild places and their habitats. Susan tells us what it takes to change policies and mental…
 
Charlene Liu has become one of the iconic figures of the LGBT movement in Shanghai. She is also a co-founder of ‘Ladies Who Tech’ and a diversity and inclusion consultant. She somehow always knew that she was gay but it’s only when she organised the Shanghai Pride festival that she finally accepted who she was, and then had the confidence to come o…
 
Rita is a nuclear scientist who resigned 3 years ago. Now, she spends her winters in a remote cabin in the mountains with her father and son, cut off from the world, feeding elk. Rita enjoyed her career as a nuclear scientist but at some point, she heard her inner voice telling her that she had to quit. She was missing out on her son's life, she fe…
 
Anne Bagamery had a fantastic career as a journalist and editor working, among others, for the New York Times Style magazine and the International Herald Tribune. In 2017, she started a business providing communication services to corporations, nonprofits and news organisations. At 14, Anne’s English teacher handed her an essay she had written and …
 
Shilpa Panchmatia grew up as an Indian girl in London. She is an extremely successful business woman and is currently running a business as a Business Growth Coach called Shilpa P. This interview covers a lot of ground. We talk about how Shilpa’s ancestors came to be living in East Africa and why they had to leave. We talk about the influence of th…
 
Ines is the co-founder of Female Entrepreneur Worldwide (FEW) and also leads the Hong Kong chapter of Inspiring Girls, a charity that is empowering girls by connecting them with female role models. For many years, Ines tried many careers but felt she hadn’t found her calling yet. She kept exploring the world. When she volunteered for TEDx, she foun…
 
Three biologists speak about a scientific paper written by 24 women academics on how the way in which scientific careers are assessed works against women and minorities. From language barriers, number of citations, inadequate mentoring to lack of funding for publications, a myriad of factors determine how successful a scientific career is. These wo…
 
Dana Rubin is a speaking coach and a women’s voice advocate. She is currently researching speeches by women across time and around the world, a project called Speaking While Female Speech Bank. She has an incredible vision for it to be used in history books so that girls grow up to see that anything is possible! It’s been a long time coming.. I wou…
 
Kelly Rigby is a writer, a book editor and a writing coach. She talks about the joy of writing and making sense of the world through stories. Working as a story doctor for many years, she discovered that she was really good at kicking people’s writing to the next level while preserving their inspiration. She adds that it's not all about commercial …
 
Daj Vic enseigne les soins infirmiers à Montréal. Mais sa vraie passion est ailleurs. Elle est poète. Elle raconte comment elle est devenue poète, son processus d'écriture et la manière inhabituelle dont sa poésie a été découverte. Vous pouvez trouver la poésie de Daj ici : Daj Vic Son podcast 'La Vie en Poésie' est disponible sur les plateformes h…
 
For the first 20 years of her career, Gill Whitty-Collins didn’t see the gender equality issue. Then she became Senior Vice President of Procter & Gamble Beauty and entered a male dominant culture. At that point, she saw it, she felt it, she even tried to fit in. Her latest book ‘Why Men Win at Work’ explores the psychology of gender diversity. She…
 
Annabelle Chauncy, CEO of The School For Life and changemaker, is a living example that everything is possible. At 21, with a $10 000 cheque in hand and a lot of passion, she took on to buy land and build a school in rural Uganda. Her unshakable belief that education is freedom led her to build an holistic and sustainable school system that has tra…
 
Kamel Hothi speaks about her extraordinary personal journey and career in banking. At times, she felt as though she was being torn apart, no longer knowing whether she was a high-powered banker or the maid. It was only when she let herself be vulnerable at work, and shared her difficult home life, that she was able to find support... and find herse…
 
Christine Stewart has just published a book called "Collit's Inn - Uncovering the Past". The book is about her restoration of the first inn to be built on the other side of the Blue Mountains from Sydney. But it's a whole lot more than that. It is also about the history of the Collit's family, the history of the whole Hartley Valley area and a trib…
 
Judith talks about how she met her husband, a Vietnamese, about living and having to flee from Vietnam during the war, and setting up The Haven, a school for poor but bright children in Vietnam, and the difference this has made to the lives of the children and their families. I would love to hear any comments you might have on this episode and resp…
 
Ali Mapletoft is an independent print designer with a brand name "Age of Reason Studios”. She is also a Creatrix coach and see herself as both a business coach and an alchemist of the divine feminine and the divine creative. She discusses her unusual childhood and her own journey of transformation and self-development along with building a successf…
 
Dina Scherrer est la thérapeute des pratiques narrative la plus connue en France et vient d'être nommée Présidente de la FFPN - Fédération Francophone des Pratiques Narratives. Elle raconte ses difficultés à l'école et comment elle a été soutenue au travail pour passer d'un poste d'assistante administrative à celle de directrice du développement et…
 
Demet has just retired from her position as senior partner at Ernst&Young in Istanbul. She talks about how she combined her high-power career with caring for her son with cystic fibrosis. I would love to hear any comments you might have on this episode and respond to any questions. You can find me on the Brave New World Facebook page, on Linkedin o…
 
Après une carrière impressionnante en tant que chanteuse classique, Aline s'est formée en tant que coach Tomatis. Aujourd'hui, elle travaille avec les managers, les comediens, les professeurs et les chanteurs sur leurs voix. Je lui parle de sa recherche sur les voix des femmes et comment leurs voix sont perçues. Je serai ravie de savoir ce que vous…
 
Adriana Humanes talks about her work on coral reefs - why they are important, why they are under threat and why it is so important to protect them. She also touches on what it was like growing up in Venezuela before - and after - Hugo Chavez and the difficulties faced by women in academia. I would love to hear any comments you might have on this ep…
 
Dorothy talks about her work as the principal of a school with a large migrant and refugee population in Sydney and her on-going work in ensuring that migrants and refugees are able to go to university. Dorothy is witty, intelligent and unbelievably inspiring. The world would be a very different place if every school principal was like her. I would…
 
Corinne is a film producer from California who is now based in Marseilles, France. Her work is about bringing people from all cultures together to make a difference in our world. She has been behind some extraordinary, creative, ambitious projects, including a film about a river in Athens that was covered by a road for the Olympic Games, photos of …
 
Eh oui, un entretien de moi sur ma vie... Agnès Giraud-Passot est une journaliste et biographe, donc parfaite pour l'entretien. Je serai ravie de savoir ce que vous pensez de cet épisode et de répondre à vos questions éventuelles. Vous pouvez me trouver sur Linkedin, la page Brave New Women de Facebook ou sur mon site web. Cecilia Poullain Fondatri…
 
Linda Lang is a tireless campaigner on human trafficking. Her experience of being sexually molested as an adolescent sensitised her to the fate of so many millions of women and children, and some men, that are the victims of human trafficking. As she says: "these women are being raped several times a day, day in, day out." I would love to hear any …
 
Rosalind is an organisational change specialist. She talks about the particular challenges faced by women in the workplace, and how so many of them are based on women not having confidence in themselves. We talk about how women can use their voices to be heard, why workplaces correspond to men rather than women and how women can build their quiet p…
 
If you enjoyed my first interview with Neha, when she talked about her transformation from being an accountant working for KPMG to her work in aid agencies around the world, you will love this second interview. We talk about her faith, Hindu philosophy and her involvement in the incredible Chinmaya University in Southern India. I would love to hear…
 
Christine is the founder of a company called Syntropic World. Syntropy is the opposite of entropy, and means making more out of the sum of the parts. We talk about what syntropy is, the way in which it has already changed so many people’s lives and its potential. In addition to working tirelessly to teach, write about and promote syntropy, Christin…
 
Shirley is of Dominican origin and grew up in New York City. She studied sociology and anthropology, focussing on colonialism and racial and feminist dynamics. She has multiple mediums of communication - writing, singing and photography - and speaks multiple languages. But her message remains the same: what is it to be a black woman in today’s soci…
 
Annie calls herself an “Expert in elevating the quality of critical thinking in business and life”. She started her professional life as an actor before becoming an executive coach. She now works with management teams and executives across ASX-listed companies, private businesses, industry associations and women’s business groups. I talk to Annie a…
 
Meredith Marshall worked for a Fortune 50 financial institution for close on 20 years, first in risk management then in coaching leaders and executives in transformational leadership. We talk about what transformational leadership is and how organisations can be healed and re-humanised. I would love to hear any comments you might have on this episo…
 
Sonia is the Director of the Directorate of Capacity Building, National Forest and Wildlife Service of Peru. 40% of Peru's forests are old-growth forest, and it is disappearing at the rate of 30% a year as a result of burning to create agricultural land, gold mining, illegal logging and narco-trafficking. Sonia's role within the Forest and Wildlife…
 
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