14 episodi

F*it radio is a storytelling series where female leaders share raw and personal stories about the challenges they've overcome on the way to success.

Worn is a mission-based creative agency that empowers women to lead. Through our creative work in strategy, design, content creation, and production, Worn works with female-led companies and their allies to launch new products, produce bold campaigns, and design powerful content.

F*it Radio by Worn Worn

    • Economia

F*it radio is a storytelling series where female leaders share raw and personal stories about the challenges they've overcome on the way to success.

Worn is a mission-based creative agency that empowers women to lead. Through our creative work in strategy, design, content creation, and production, Worn works with female-led companies and their allies to launch new products, produce bold campaigns, and design powerful content.

    Elena Cohen - Defending Your Right to Protest

    Elena Cohen - Defending Your Right to Protest

    Elena Cohen shares stories of working as a criminal defense attorney in New York City. Elena spoke at F*it: A New Manifesto the night before the Women's March on Washington to educate us of the do's and don'ts of protesting.

    Elena is an attorney focusing on civil rights and animal rights. She is also an editorial assistant for Women's Studies Quarterly and a graduate student and research assistant at the CUNY grad center finishing her dissertation in political theory.

    Produced by Nicole Corbett
    Sound editing by Anthony Porecco

    • 33 min
    Jessica González-Rojas - The Personal is Political

    Jessica González-Rojas - The Personal is Political

    Jessica González-Rojas shares her personal story of being assaulted by protesters outside a Planned Parenthood that turned her into an activist for reproductive justice, and the work she's done ever since to ensure Latinas in the U.S. have access to healthcare.

    Jessica González-Rojas is Executive Director at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, the only national reproductive justice organization working to advance reproductive health, rights and justice for the 28 million Latinas in the U.S. Learn more about NLIRH at http://latinainstitute.org/en.

    Produced by Nicole Corbett
    Sound editing by Anthony Porecco

    • 22 min
    The Women's March on Washington

    The Women's March on Washington

    Worn ladies Carolyn Rush and Elizabeth Davis talk about their experiences at the Women's March, discuss the reasons why some women chose not to march and talk about what this march means for the future of women's rights.

    Produced by Carolyn Rush & Elizabeth Davis
    Sound editing by Anthony Porecco

    • 15 min
    Cynthia Salim - You're Not Too Small To Matter

    Cynthia Salim - You're Not Too Small To Matter

    Cynthia Salim is the founder & CEO of Citizen’s Mark, a company that makes sustainably made blazers for women on the rise.

    Cynthia shares her personal story of how she convinced the top clothing manufacturers in Europe to work with her, despite being a small business. Cynthia's story will teach us all so many lessons about showing up, how being small doesn't mean you don't matter, and how persistence is everything.

    • 12 min
    Gayle Troberman: How Stumbling Can Lead to Success

    Gayle Troberman: How Stumbling Can Lead to Success

    Gayle Troberman admits she never actually had a plan for her career and shares personal stories of how stumbling multiple times led her to unexpected opportunities and ultimately, success as the CMO of iHeartMedia.

    Bio: Gayle Troberman is the Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President of iHeartMedia, Inc. since 2014. She was Chief Creative Officer at Microsoft for 16 yrs and was an early internet pioneer, creating some of the first online ads for huge consumer brands.

    Produced by Nicole Corbett
    Sound editing by Nicholas Quazzy Herd

    • 25 min
    Kassie Rempel - The Resilient Entrepreneur

    Kassie Rempel - The Resilient Entrepreneur

    Kassie Rempel shares a surreal story of how not one, but two, of her entrepreneurial nightmares came true and how she found the silver lining in order to come out on top.

    Kassie is the Owner and Founder of Lillybee.com, which designs shoes and accessories for fan-faring fashionistas at colleges across the U.S.

    Produced by Nicole (Aguirre) Corbett, Carolyn Rush, and Lela Feldmeier
    Sound editing by Nicholas Quazzy Herd

    • 10 min

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