62 episodes

AI and digital expert Suchi Srinivasan and fintech practice leader Kamila Rakhimova from Boston Consulting Group (BCG) talk to the women at the vanguard of business, digital, and technology. They’re digging into how these powerhouse leaders got where they are—everything from the joy of projects gone right to the realities of family responsibilities.
And crucially, asking: what was that moment you knew you weren't merely getting there...you had arrived? That's when you know you're in your element.

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In Her Ellement Boston Consulting Group

    • Technology
    • 4.3 • 37 Ratings

AI and digital expert Suchi Srinivasan and fintech practice leader Kamila Rakhimova from Boston Consulting Group (BCG) talk to the women at the vanguard of business, digital, and technology. They’re digging into how these powerhouse leaders got where they are—everything from the joy of projects gone right to the realities of family responsibilities.
And crucially, asking: what was that moment you knew you weren't merely getting there...you had arrived? That's when you know you're in your element.

This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis:

Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

    Persistence and Bravery with Advent International’s Jaimee Michaud

    Persistence and Bravery with Advent International’s Jaimee Michaud

    Making career decisions driven by fear can lead us astray. Instead, we need to be courageous and persistent, seizing new opportunities as they arise. This is the wisdom shared by today's guest, Jaimee Michaud, Head of Portfolio Digital at Advent International, a global private equity investment firm.
    Jaimee's journey began when she moved from Seoul to the United States as a high school student, boldly embracing a new culture and language. Quickly recognized for her mathematical prowess, she leveraged this reputation to build a successful career in investment banking. After several years in the industry, Jaimee transitioned to Shutterfly, where a trusted general manager saw her potential for a data-focused role. Despite her lack of coding skills, he believed her experience and attitude would ensure her success.
    Jaimee acknowledges that balancing career and personal commitments is challenging and rarely goes as planned. She emphasizes that making small, mindful decisions daily is more impactful than striving for perfection.
    Join us for each episode with hosts Suchi Srinivasan & Kamila Rakhimova from BCG to hear meaningful conversations with women and allies in digital, business, and technology.


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    • 23 min
    Diversity as a Superpower with Aily Labs’ Bianca Anghelina

    Diversity as a Superpower with Aily Labs’ Bianca Anghelina

    Running a global company is hard. But, it does give you an incredible opportunity to bring on board a diverse group of talent that can help shape your vision. This is something that today’s guest Bianca Anghelina is incredibly passionate about. 
    Bianca co-founded the business development app Aily Labs hailed as the ‘Apple of AI’ in 2020 after she saw how hard it was for organizations to integrate AI across their entire workflow. She reflects that she has received conflicting advice from many sources on her founder journey. Her solution - critical thinking and intuition. 
    Join us for each episode with hosts Suchi Srinivasan & Kamila Rakhimova from BCG to hear meaningful conversations with women and allies in digital, business, and technology.


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    • 19 min
    Passing the Baton with Smart Works' Boel Ferguson

    Passing the Baton with Smart Works' Boel Ferguson

    As your career evolves, so may your definition of success. For Boel Ferguson, success now means mentoring young executives and entrepreneurs navigating their path.
    Boel began her career without a clear focus, eventually finding her way into the media industry, where she enjoyed a career spanning over three decades. During her tenure at Disney, Boel witnessed and embraced significant changes, including the digital revolution.
    Today, Boel is involved in various initiatives aimed at helping young people, particularly young women, advance in their careers. She supports 25x25, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving executive gender balance and sharing best practices within the broader community. Additionally, she is actively involved with Smart Works, a UK-based employment charity for women seeking employment.
    Join us every episode with hosts Suchi Srinivasan & Kamila Rakhimova from BCG to hear meaningful conversations with women in digital, business, and technology


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    • 20 min
    Throwback: Surviving and Thriving with Writer’s May Habib

    Throwback: Surviving and Thriving with Writer’s May Habib

    In this special episode, we’re taking you back to Season 2 for Suchi’s conversation with May Habib, CEO and Founder of Writer, an enterprise AI platform.
    May Habib has been a CEO for the past decade and always knew she wanted to build a company. As she juggles family and work, May acknowledges that her incredible support system allows her to thrive.
    May is truly a global citizen. She was born and raised in Lebanon and moved to Canada when she was little. She went on to study in the USA and has worked across the world. Her parents worked incredibly hard and May recognizes that they inspired her work ethic. May’s goal has always been single-minded; to build something that outlasts her and positively impacts the world. Writer is an operating system that tackles the unstructured nature of written content to comply with brand, compliance, and all the other elements that enterprises struggle to align on.
    Join us every episode with hosts Suchi Srinivasan & Kamila Rakimovha from BCG to hear meaningful conversations with women in digital, technology, and business.


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    • 20 min
    Throwback: Growing in Tech with Women Who Code’s Alaina Percival

    Throwback: Growing in Tech with Women Who Code’s Alaina Percival

    In this special episode, we’re taking you back to Season 1 for Andrea Gallego’s conversation with Alaina Percival, CEO and co-founder of Women Who Code—the largest and most active community for technical women worldwide. 
    Alaina shares her career path; she’s run niche products for Puma in Germany, led developer outreach for a technical recruiting company in San Francisco, and taught herself to code.  As the CEO of Women Who Code, she works to inspire women to thrive in the tech industry.  Alaina shares how she navigates the always near and dear imposter syndrome; if you aren’t feeling it—you may have been in your role too long.  There should always be 40% that you don’t know.  She also emphasizes the importance of community and support; don’t be shy to reach out and share your goals—there is a very accessible and supportive community willing to help. 
    Visit Women Who Code to access free resources & workshops, browse job & scholarship opportunities, and engage with an amazing network of technical women across the globe. 
    Join us every episode with hosts Suchi Srinivasan & Kamila Rakimovha from BCG to hear meaningful conversations with women in digital, technology, and business.


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    • 20 min
    Defying Expectations with Scribe’s Jennifer Smith

    Defying Expectations with Scribe’s Jennifer Smith

    As an entrepreneur, you sometimes have to go against the grain and defy expectations. But how can you keep yourself motivated? For Jennifer Smith, founder and CEO of Scribe, it’s the pride of building an amazing product that keeps her going through the difficult moments. 
    When Jennifer first started her career in consulting, she had no idea that one day she would end up in tech. As she flew across the country and worked at multiple organizations, she saw a gap in the market for a tool that helped document processes, knowledge, and expertise. That's how Scribe was born.
    Jennifer has been underestimated in her journey as a founder. She believes that she is the one who can push herself the furthest and has been told by well-meaning people in the past that her ambitions were not achievable. 
    Join us for each episode with hosts Suchi Srinivasan & Kamila Rakhimova from BCG to hear meaningful conversations with women and allies in digital, business, and technology.


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    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

SissyOfRin ,

Fascinating!

Great content, much of what one wouldn’t consider normally. Rin has a great voice!!

Andreea94 ,

Fascinating!

A show that highlights stories of women in STEM is SO important. Without real life role models, it can be difficult for young women and girls to believe they can. There are still many social barriers in place. But community heals. Many thanks to this show for making it possible!

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