We amplify the voices of women change makers who are building a more equitable, sustainable and inclusive world one episode at a time. In our show, we take you on a journey across the globe to understand the solutions women are creating to impact the world. We also look at gender equality in media and how to support women social entrepreneurs.
How Drinking Women Coffee Can Reduce The Gender Gap with Vava Angwenyi
Juliette Roy talks with Vava Angwenyi, founder of the social enterprise Vava coffee, about her work helping women gain confidence and financial independence in Kenya.
How To Launch A Social Impact Incubator in Iraq with Alice Bosley
Alice Bosley is the co-founder of 51 Labs, the first social impact startup incubator in Iraq. Based in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, they support young people from all of the diverse communities in the Kurdistan region to launch scalable and innovative businesses.
How Cartier Really Support Women Social Entrepreneurs With Wingee Sampaio
My guest today is Wingee Sampaio. She is the global director with the Cartier Women’s Initiative, an international program to support women's social entrepreneurs as a force for good. Her role is to coach women entrepreneurs in the early stages of their business to make sure they are driving social change and reaching their full potential in partnership with many other organizations.
How Mass Incarceration Impact People’s Life In The U.S With Bea Spadicini
In today’s episode, we sit down with the host and co-producer of the One in Four podcast Beatrice Spadacini...One in Four podcast looks to educate, humanize and elevate the conversations about previously incarcerated people re-entering society. The criminal justice system is no better, Minorities, and especially men of color, are targeted more compared to their white counterparts...Just to give you an idea of what we are dealing with, 1 in 3 black men and 1 in 6 Latino men are incarcerated in the U.S...compared to 1 in 17 white men. 1 in 18 black women compared to 118 white women but Beatrice thinks criminal justice was designed that way. We discuss with Beatrice with staggering numbers, her podcast and what we can do to help this incredibly tragic problem is Beatrice Spadacini…
How To Create A Safe Environment For Refugee Girls
In this week’s episode, we are celebrating International Women’s Day by talking with women from an organization named RefuShe. It’s an organization that works with refugee girls in East Africa. We sit down with Jailan Adly who is the president of Refushe and Esperance Gikundiro who is a refugee herself and now a board member of the organization.
Looking For New Exciting Things To Do In Paris? Montreuil Might Be Your Next Stop
In today’s episode, we travel to a town east of Paris named Montreuil. Montreuilis to Paris what Oakland is to San Francisco, a vibrant multicultural youngthe dynamic and creative suburb of Paris.Montreuil is also well-known for its left-wing politics, with a rate close to 26% ofimmigrants, the city has been led by a succession of Mayor affiliated with theFrench communist but also the Green party. The result is an incredible meltingpot of culture, diverse languages, and deep artistic cultures that goes back to theearly century with the movie industry.
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I have learned so much from Be Your Change and I love hearing what other women in thought leadership have to say. Needless to say that I am very excited to see where this podcast will lead us to! ❤️😍
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Juliette interviews a variety of strong female voices, giving them platform to share how they are changing the world. I am excited to be a changemaker and I’m even more excited to see where this podcast is headed!
As a woman business owner, with an environmental and social mission (a certified B Corp), I live the challenges of my role every day, and am SO SO grateful to Juliette for creating this platform where we can tell our stories!! THANK YOU!