This collection of Cultivated Conversations is inspired by the everyday woman on her journey to success and happiness.
Expect nothing less than a stellar collection of intimate, heartfelt conversations with tastemakers who have made an incredible impact in their respective industries. Every person has lived through good times, bad times, and unimaginable circumstances - that’s why it’s so important to learn from each other. If you love to hear about how extraordinary women became who they are in life, business, and health, you’ll love this podcast.
Led by host Jen Proctor, CEO of Cultivated Entertainment, this series will dive into the intricacies of finding your passion, developing it into a business, and ensuring balance occurs in your personal and professional lives.
Episode 58: Season 2 Finale with Yimu Xue
On the Season 2 Finale of Cultivated Conversations, Jen looks back at some of the life lessons and key takeaways provided by the incredible group of women who have come on the podcast in the past year. Together with her producer, Yimu Xue, they talk through what inspired them, what new things they have learned, and how they plan on integrating these teachings in their lives for the rest of 2020 and beyond.
Episode 57: Amy Webber
Entrepreneur Amy Webber dove headfirst into building her own company, Paideia Media. This inclusive, female-led digital production and consulting company for finely curated digital content has given Amy so many opportunities and life lessons that she shares with us on this episode of Cultivated Conversations - specifically, standing in your own power and not being afraid of making people uncomfortable.
Episode 56: Jolina Hoang
The power of community can unite, inspire, and empower us to elevate our lives. Today’s guest Jolina Hoang is the Director of Community at Summit Series, where she is responsible for curating and connecting incredible thought leaders to convene at Summit’s incredible events around the world. We learn about how she forged a new career path for herself after outgrowing her stint at a TV network, and better understand how we can ignite our passions by seeking out community.
Episode 55: Amanda Z. Ghalchi
When you have a passion for what you do, it just makes your everyday that much easier. From a young age, Amanda Ghalchi has been obsessed with nutrition and healthy eating - and it was only natural that it led to founding Solo Snacks, an innovative and holistic approach to protein bar. Hear her incredible story about what drove her to relentlessly pursue her dream of creating a safe, clean and delicious product!
Episode 54: Yasmin Shackleton
Yasmin Shackleton has always known that she wanted to be a TV producer ever since she was a girl watching Saturday morning kids’ programming in the UK. Ten years ago, she came to the US and was forced to take a few career steps back, having no connections in the States. Today, she’s a successful executive producer responsible for shows like "Masterchef" and Netflix’s "The Final Table." Listen and learn how she built her production company from the ground up and what her life looks like as a working mother.
Episode 53: Sammy Rabstein
It’s no secret that what and how we communicate in today’s society has evolved from generations past. That’s why communication scientists are so important to help people and brands identify the important conversations they should be having with their consumers. Sammy Rabstein is the Head of Programming and Talent for PTTOW and WORLDZ, and she ensures that corporations can progress in parallel with society’s shifts in culture.