We help women get paid what they deserve. We do it through monthly town halls, workshops, a private Slack group, and mentorship circles. Our goal? Teach skills that get us to the next level in our careers and close that wage gap.
Show Your Value, You've Earned It.
We interviewed Daniela Pierre-Bravo, co-author of Earn It!, a guide for millennials on how to grow their careers. She wrote it with Mika Brzezinski, co-host of Morning Joe, and had a lot to say not only about the book, but also her journey from DACA recipient to teaming up with one of the most powerful women on TV. The book is a guide for the newest members of the workforce, with advice for landing a job, establishing a personal brand, and getting the recognition (and money) they deserve.
The Importance of a World #BuiltByGirls
This episode we partnered with Cole Haan to speak with Nisha Dua, a partner at BBG Ventures and founder of the #BUILTBYGIRLS movement. Dua is a venture capitalist who focuses on funding female-founded businesses and women in STEM fields. #BUILTBYGIRLS' is a movement dedicated to giving girls access to technology who do not have access to traditional education.
Brave, Not Perfect with Girls Who Code Founder and CEO Reshma Saujani
Ladies Get Paid Founder Claire Wasserman sat down with Girls Who Code Founder and CEO Reshma Saujani to talk perfectionism, and how we've socialized girls to hold themselves back from achieving their true potential.
It costs more to be a woman.
The infamous "Pink Tax" is an added amount women are charged for basic products or services. Now, European Wax Center is leading an effort to "Ax The Pink Tax" with a new initiative aimed at raising awareness for the unjust Pink Tax and inspiring women to take a stand. To learn more about the Pink Tax, you can check out our latest episode of Lady Talk, where Ladies Get Paid Founder Claire Wasserman chats with EWC President of Marketing and Development Sherry Baker.
The Myth of the Nice Girl
Fran Hauser talks to LGP about the negative perception of "niceness" in the business world, the important balance of empathy and decisiveness, rising above double standards and more advice offered in her book, The Myth of the Nice Girl: Achieving a Career You Love Without Becoming a Person You Hate.
Taking Your Work (And Family) On the Road
Jennifer Sutherland-Miller is a digital nomad, global educator, mother and adventurer who has spent the last seven years circumnavigating the globe with her husband and three children. Miller is currently the editor of Packsmith by Tortuga Backpacks, a blog that offers fellow travelers advice on packing, gear, and clothes.
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Insightful and inspirational conversations, great guests and host (who directs the conversation effortlessly!) and fantastic advice. Love it! (Only criticism is that I wish the sound quality stayed more even throughout - quite hard to listen to with headphones when some bits are really quiet and some loud!)