Money and kale have more in common than you'd think. Beyond the resume and deeper than the glam insta post, we seek genuine conversations with visionaries to explore the mission that propelled them, the habits that guided them, with reflection on the roots that got them where they are.
With college girls Ariana & Kate, hippy-dippy wellness meets girl-boss to inspire our generation to start living life now. Through the stories of visionary leaders and change-makers, we plant the seeds that inspire our generation to form the habits and develop the mindset to grow themselves and the world around them. We see the Green-ish categories of career and health as empowerment to the abundant life you deserve. So grab a green juice and your coffee, & sit down with your best friends for an intimate conversation at the intersection of money & kale.
Building “Better-For-You” Brands & Finding Fulfillment with Rachel Krupa, Founder of Krupa Consulting/The Goods Mart
#10. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to start your career working for the “IT girl of PR?” Start a business where 7/11 meets Whole Foods? Consult all the best brands–GOOP, Milk Bar, & Purely Elizabeth?
Giving Chocolate a Makeover with Kathryn Shah, Founder of Spring & Mulberry
#9. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to create the new Godiva— without the sugar? Be the Brand Manager for Veuve Cliquot & Pantone? Travel the world & find the power of one ingredient: dates?
Kathryn Shah is the visionary co-founder behind [Spring & Mulberry](https://springandmulberry.com/)— a newly launched line of nourishing treats showing that there is more to sweet than sugar. Shah attended the University of Michigan and Harvard Business School before beginning her career at Unilever, where she built brands like Ragu Pasta Sauce, Dove, and Axe Haircare. She was then the Brand Manager for Veuve at LVMH and Vice President of Global Marketing at Pantone. With dates, fruits, nuts, and cocoa— Spring and Mulberry’s flavors are without limit, just like this conversation!
Gut Instinct with Carla Oates, Founder of the Beauty Chef
#8. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to quit your job as Beauty Editor of a newspaper? Be the girl that makes everyone ask “how does she glow like that?!” Launch a company with 3,000 employees and a mission you refuse to give up on? Pave the way for ingestible beauty? Turn $3,000 into the “magic purple powder” that has amassed a cult following?
In season one, “The Inside-Out,” we focus on women spearheading the philosophy that beauty begins inside—from healing our heart, mind, and microbiome—& radiates outward. The pioneering of this philosophy? Carla Oates is the author of “Feeding Your Skin” & was named a “skincare innovator” by Net-a-Porter. Carla created The Beauty Chef in 2009 after healing her family’s skin issues and discovering that beautiful, radiant skin begins with a healthy gut. She began experimenting with lacto-fermenting skin-loving superfoods in her Bondi kitchen and that’s how “GLOW,” The Beauty Chef’s first inner beauty powder, was created.
The Beauty of Wellness & The Power of Rituals with Kerrilynn Pamer, Founder of CAP Beauty
#7. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be the clean beauty pioneer? What living with intention REALLY means? How to glow from the inside out? Kerrilynn Pamer founded CAP Beauty, an all-natural beauty e-commerce site, out of a love for wellness and inspired living — so much so that the floors of her store were made out of rose quartz to raise the vibration. With a philosophy that “Beauty is Wellness, Wellness is Beauty,” CAP Beauty seeks to introduce customers to the best in natural skincare and plant-based pantry goods. It is also the destination for an inspiring content arm, the ‘Thinking Cap,’ which features the beauty cabinets of curated individuals, gift guides & recipes that align wellness and beauty.
Healing Through Food with Laurel Gallucci, Founder of Sweet Laurel
#6. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to start a company with an L.A. cult following? Turn a career as a school teacher into a passion outside the classroom? Heal an autoimmune disorder through… baking?
The Hermès of Pilates with Melissa Bentivoglio, Founder of FRAME Fitness
#5. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to train 30 hours a week at the world’s best dance schools? Revolutionize the workout space by making an age-old workout brand new? Create a product where an Equinox Pilates class meets a beautiful piece of furniture? Be in the 2% of women who secure venture capital funding? Meet Melissa Bentivoglio — the founder of Frame Fitness, which is referred to as the “peloton of the slow burn.” She trained in elite classical ballet and competitive dancing from a young age until university. She began the practice of pilates while healing from a sports-related injury, upon the recommendation that it could help her recovery process. In 2018, Melissa designed her own custom reformer for use in her Toronto-based boutique fitness studio, Frame Fitness. Whether you start your day on the reformer, have never done pilates, or haven’t even heard of it — this episode is for you!