A podcast about individual and organizational resilience hosted by Dr. Alexis Carreiro.
Dr. Shante Williams’ Superpower is Invisibility
Dr. Shante William is a healthcare venture capitalist and Co-Founder of Black Pearl Global Investments. Her goal is “to change healthcare worldwide,” and she uses her invisibility as a black woman in the VC space to her advantage.
Garth Moulton Sold One Company to Salesforce and Shut Down Another
Garth Moulton talks about the highs and lows of entrepreneurship. He co-founded two companies. One sold for about $140 million to Salesforce. The other failed, and he gave all the money back to investors.
Keith Luedeman Champions Mentorship in the CLT Start-Up Scene
Keith Luedeman sold his company in 2016 and is now a vocal advocate for start-ups in Charlotte, N.C. He’s the Executive Director at Innovate Charlotte, and an active venture investor in the Charlotte Region.
Greg Brown: Why Investors Have to be Comfortable with Failure
Greg Brown, the President of Cardinal Finance and the Administrator of the Charlotte Angel Fund, talks about funding, failure, and how to pitch investors.
Rob Cummings: Use Storytelling to Pitch Your Start-Up
Rob Cummings, Co-Founder of DealCloud, talks about the importance of storytelling, lead investors, and his favorite slide in the pitch deck.
Haley Bohon Inspired This Podcast
Haley Bohon explains how she left her job in mechanical engineering to become the Founder & CEO of SkillPop.
Great podcast! I look forward to every episode and always learn something new. It's really motivating.
one of my new favorites
I’ve been listening since the summer and still look forward to each new episode. Alexis is a great host with a natural and engaging interview style. The guests are real people with interesting stories who are doing work that matters. Both the flow and the content of this podcast just really work!
Excellent addition to my podcast collection!
It makes perfect sense that Dr. Alexis Carreiro would create an A(+) podcast, as most of my favorites were recommended by her. Her authenticity, wisdom, vulnerability and cutting edge media savvy make up the perfect recipe for easy - and informed - listening. We need more female college professors/entrepreneurs like her to share their experience and perspectives with such humility and grace! Thank you, dearest Alexis! Fun with Failure is one of a kind.