Alkesh Shah is a Managing Director and Head of Web3, Crypto and Digital Assets Strategy at Bank of America Global Research. He drives thought leadership in the digital asset space by identifying global trends and offering strategic insights to institutional and retail clients.
He joins us today to talk about the future of Money!
Sarah Jaffe is mother to one daughter. She began her career as an attorney for children in the foster care system, advocating for some of the most vulnerable children in our nation, but it was not until she became a mother, that she took real stock of, and became deeply troubled by, the stark differences between the lives of the children she met at work and the lives of the children she met in her parenting life.
Her questions led her to write her first book,Wanting What’s Best: Parenting, Privilege, and Building a Just World. This book is the topic of this episode.
LaMonica Williams is mother to two children and the Director of Program, Pre K – 2 Division at Teaching Matters , a national professional learning organization dedicated to helping teachers and school leaders develop the skills they need to close the gaps created by a radically unequal education system.
She joins us to discuss how Teaching Matters is creating a more equitable education landscape.
Lisa L. Lewis is mother to two children and a freelance journalist who covers the intersection of parenting, public health, and education. She has written for The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Atlantic, TIME, the Los Angeles Times, Slate, and Your Teen, among others.
Her new book, The Sleep-Deprived Teen: Why Our Teenagers Are So Tired, and How Parents and Schools Can Help Them Thrive, is the topic of this conversation!
Rebecca Chandler Leege is a mother and the Chief Impact Officer at Worldreader, a US based global technology non-profit that expands vulnerable children’s access to books.
She is here today to discuss the work of Worldreader and the positive impact it is having on the lives of millions of children.
Dr. Mona Delahooke is mother to three adult children, and grandmother to one grand-daughter. She is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than thirty years of experience.
Her latest book, Brain-Body Parenting builds on the lessons of Beyond Behaviors and offers a radical new approach to parenting based on her clinical experiences as well as the most recent research in neuroscience and child psychology.
Enter Marcia Sells, the first Chief Diversity Officer for the Metropolitan Opera and a phenomenal mom to her daughter and step-son.
Marcia joined the Met Opera after serving as Associate Dean and Dean of Students at Harvard Law School. Her storied career includes positions in academia, the private sector and public service. She is here to talk today about her work to make opera inclusive and ready to thrive in an increasingly diverse world.
New York Times bestselling author, Susan Verde is mom to three teenagers, two cats a dog and a tarantula. She is also a yogi and a mindful human who teaches yoga and mindfulness to kids of all ages.
Today, Susan is here to talk about her latest book and her first book for adults: Say one Kind Thing: Lessons in Acceptance, Love, and Letting Go.
Laurie Palau is a mom two almost grown-up daughters, host of the super popular weekly podcast, This ORGANIZED Life, and founder of Simply B Organized, a lifestyle company helping people declutter their lives so they could live simply and more meaningfully.
She is the author of the best-selling book Hot Mess: A Practical Guide to Getting Organized. This book is the topic of our conversation today.
Jonathan Rubenstein is father to one daughter and the founder and CEO of Joe Coffee, New York City’s original specialty coffee company and a pioneer of the Third Wave Coffee Movement.
The award-winning collection of cafes is best known for brewing the highest quality coffee and serving its community of customers with warm, authentic hospitality.
Jonathan is here to talk about how cup of coffee and a lot of care can make the world a better place