Is there a woman of color whose career you're fascinated with and want to know how she did it? Suggest her as a guest. We're looking for a variety of industries and roles represented on the podcast, in particular we're looking for women who are:
- Network TV, Cable, and Film Executives
- Editors and Editors-in-Chief (print/digital magazines, websites, newspapers)
- Show Hosts & Reporters (news anchors, sports commentators, play-by-play announcers)
- Producers (News, Television, Podcast, etc.)
- Authors of published books
- Writers (columnists, journalists, sports)
- Fact Checkers & Researchers
- Visual Strategists (take data and presents it in visually-appealing ways)
- Curators and Archivists (subscription box/single box services, museums, libraries, etc.)
- Dancers, Musicians, Composers, Singers
- Creative Directors
- Executive Chefs
- Event Planners (Corporate, Luxury, Wedding)
- Illustrators, Cartoonists, Animators, Painters, Designers
- Makeup Artists
- Fashion Stylists
Hair Stylists (especially if they have product lines)
- Women in Venture Capital (Venture Partners, Managing Partners & Directors)
- Educators (Professors) and Administrators (Principles, Deans, Presidents)
- Financial Coaches
- Digital Nomads
Franchise Owners (car dealerships, restaurants, etc.)
- Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
- Civil Servants (elected officials, public defenders, social justice warriors, community organizers, firewomen, judges)
- doing really cool and interesting things in the world (not previously mentioned).
If this is you – yes, you! – or someone you know, nominate her using the form below.
We want to interview women who have at least 1-2 years experience in their current role/current company. This means if your suggestion has started a new role – especially if it involves a career change – she is likely not a fit for the podcast. We are looking for stories and lessons learned, and those take on-the-job experience.
Thanks for contributing!