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Anne Hudson, local Austin on-air personality on 96.7 KISS-FM and KASE101, talks about the challenges she has overcome throughout her career and life and how she pushes through the bad and stays positive.
Jennifer Brazer, Founder and CEO of Complete Controller, talks about her experience starting her business the hard way, the bootstrap way. Listen to real-life experiences where she followed her gut and saved her baby girl's life and how she uses that mentality in everything she does to this day.
Welcome to Season 2 of Underestimated! In Episode 1 we talk to CEO and Co-Founder of Living Security, Ashley Rose, about running a company with three daughters and a few amazing stories of course. We discuss the journey Ashley took in completing college after having her first daughter, starting her first business, and pivoting her company during Covid.
Sometimes strength doesn't appear the way we expect it to but tends to be more like a super power when witnessed than anything one human can posses. Samantha Turnbull's story is exactly that. An army wife with a young son who manned the house and raised their son while her husband was deployed. On January 16, 2019 Samantha's world would change forever and every ounce of her being would be tested. Sam's husband Captain Jonathan Turnbull was given 0% chance of survival during a suicide bombing in Syria and so her journey begins. In Episode 14: Be The Light In Darkness, we will hear her story from the time they met, multiple deployments, news of a tragic event and the road to recovery.
Staff Sergeant Lily Wilker What: Special Operations Medic working towards PHD Where: at Fort Bragg, NC Why: An underestimated Soldier because of her physical size and sex
Courtney is a leader in SAAS Sales in Austin Texas and is the Co-Founder of a woman led organization called SAASSY WOMEN IN SALES. An organization dedicated to helping women in tech sales find mentors and network with like minded individuals.
Shayda Torabi is a female entrepreneur tackling a very new industry in Texas, CBD. Shayda got her start in live music, found her way in a career as a marketer and then found a passion in CBD from an accident that left her dealing with chronic pain. This episode highlights how sometimes a little bit of bad luck can you lead you to bigger and better things. restartcbd.com
vasavikumar.com/freeguide Vasavi is an international public speaker, Licensed Therapist, and Business Strategist with over a decade of experience teaching her clients how to simplify their business and the self-love process. Vasavi holds dual Masters degrees in Special Education from Hofstra University and Social Work from Columbia University. She’s the host of the Being Human with Vasavi Podcast and Former Co-Host of Studio 512, a lifestyle and entertainment morning show in Austin, TX. She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, FOX, VH1, and was a regular on NBC’s Kansas City Live as the “Keepin’ It Real Guru.” She believes that when you cultivate a solid relationship with yourself, you can be, do, and have anything you want. Free Guide : 10 Must-Have Habits of Ultra-Confident Women vasavikumar.com/freeguide
Larissa Tater is an accomplished leader in the tech industry as a Senior Product Manger. She has been an amazing mentor in my own journey finding my career path and has proven to always provide sound advice that empowers women to "go for it". https://www.linkedin.com/in/ltater/
Entrepreneur and photographer, Sarah Lindstrom walks us through the highs and lows of entrepreneurship and what her practices are to keep a healthy mind set. sarahephoto.com
Val Santos discusses how she worked to advance her career in radio and what she did to get back in the game after being laid off. Val Santos - HOT95.9 Austin TX
Becca Halbert is the Deputy Director of Development at Austin Habitat for Humanity. I've had the honor of working with her over the past couple of years during my involvement with Habitat. Becca never ceases to amaze me with positive attitude, acumen for accomplishing goals and exceeding them and just being an all around delight to be around. She is wise beyond her years and I'm so excited that I have the opportunity to share some of her wisdom with you through our conversations. Check out this episodes show notes for links to Austin Habitat's Instagram and website that she manages.
Today’s episode is selfishly a little different than the typical Underestimated show. First of all, I’m releasing two episodes in one day and in light of mother’s day. I’m interviewing both of my Moms. To be clear I have two moms from separate marriages, but they have both been a part of my life since a very young age. I consider myself really lucky to have not only one, but two amazing role models. This episode will be with my mom, Dianna Goodman. I think you will all get a kick out of it!
Happy Mother's Day! Today’s episode is selfishly a little different than the typical Underestimated show. First of all, I’m releasing two episodes in one day and in light of mother’s day, I’m interviewing both of my Moms. To be clear I have two moms from separate marriages, but they have both been a huge part of my life since a very young age. I consider myself extremely lucky to have not only one, but two amazing strong female role models. This episode will be with my mom, JoAnne Bolen. I think you will all get a kick out of it!
The kickoff to the Underestimated - Mother's Day Series featuring moms! Laurie Rios shares her wisdom throughout generations reminding us to never underestimate ourselves and always know none of us are ever alone. Laurie brings us through her career path that finally ends in her passion of real estate at Floridian Realty Services, LLC. firstname.lastname@example.org
An interview with Jessica Lawlor, a self made entrepreneur who runs her own content management PR company with a pretty spectacular list of clients. Jessica discusses some of the hurdles she faced when quitting her job to start her own company and what she learned along the way.
My best friend tells her story of being passed up for a promotion three times before finally leaving the company.
A short description of what you can expect from the Underestimated: Stories for Women show.