6 episodes

JWE introduces “Inspired to Lead,” a podcast brought to you by Roth&Co which focuses
on inspirational Jewish women in leadership, hosted by Talia Mashiach

Join us as we learn about extraordinary Jewish women who are making waves in business and beyond. Hosted by successful technology entrepreneur, Talia Mashiach, this podcast celebrates the stories, triumphs, and insights of remarkable Jewish women
leaders.

In each episode, Talia sits down with trailblazing women who have left a lasting impact on various industries, from founding non-profit organizations to spearheading multi-million-dollar enterprises with innovation and resilience. Through candid conversations, these inspiring leaders share their personal journeys, the challenges they’ve overcome,
and the strategies that have propelled them to success.

Whether you’re a successful business leader, an aspiring entrepreneur seeking motivation, or simply someone who appreciates powerful stories of determination and achievement, “Inspired to Lead” offers a wealth of inspiration and wisdom.

Tune in to discover the untold stories behind the success of Jewish women leaders who are shaping the world today and paving the way for future generations.

Don’t miss out on these empowering conversations – subscribe to “Inspired to Lead: Inspiring Jewish Women in Leadership” now and be inspired to unleash your own potential!
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Inspired to Lead The JWE - Talia Mashiach

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JWE introduces “Inspired to Lead,” a podcast brought to you by Roth&Co which focuses
on inspirational Jewish women in leadership, hosted by Talia Mashiach

Join us as we learn about extraordinary Jewish women who are making waves in business and beyond. Hosted by successful technology entrepreneur, Talia Mashiach, this podcast celebrates the stories, triumphs, and insights of remarkable Jewish women
leaders.

In each episode, Talia sits down with trailblazing women who have left a lasting impact on various industries, from founding non-profit organizations to spearheading multi-million-dollar enterprises with innovation and resilience. Through candid conversations, these inspiring leaders share their personal journeys, the challenges they’ve overcome,
and the strategies that have propelled them to success.

Whether you’re a successful business leader, an aspiring entrepreneur seeking motivation, or simply someone who appreciates powerful stories of determination and achievement, “Inspired to Lead” offers a wealth of inspiration and wisdom.

Tune in to discover the untold stories behind the success of Jewish women leaders who are shaping the world today and paving the way for future generations.

Don’t miss out on these empowering conversations – subscribe to “Inspired to Lead: Inspiring Jewish Women in Leadership” now and be inspired to unleash your own potential!
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    Building OPI; Resilience, Leadership & Legacy - With Suzi Weiss-Fischmann

    Building OPI; Resilience, Leadership & Legacy - With Suzi Weiss-Fischmann

    In this episode Talia Mashiach interviews Suzi Weiss Fischmann, co-founder of OPI. Suzi shares her inspiring journey from Hungary to the U.S., the creation and growth of OPI, and the entrepreneurial spirit that drove her.
    She discusses the importance of making intelligent, quick decisions, fostering company culture, and empowering women. Suzi also reflects on leadership, family traditions, dealing with antisemitism, and her commitment to philanthropy. The episode concludes with Suzi's advice on being true to oneself and valuing personal milestones.
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    • 42 min
    Building Multiple Businesses; From Design to Healthcare- with Susan Strauss

    Building Multiple Businesses; From Design to Healthcare- with Susan Strauss

    In this extensive interview, Susan Strauss shares her inspiring journey, starting from her childhood in a tight-knit Jewish community in Melbourne, Australia, to becoming a successful entrepreneur in the United States. Susan outlines her involvement in multiple businesses, including Susan Strauss Design, VenzaCare, and Domanium, discussing how she leveraged her competitive nature from sports and her deeply ingrained work ethic for business success.
     Despite lacking a healthcare background, her venture into owning and operating nursing homes showcases her leadership and adaptability. Susan emphasizes the importance of not stressing over challenges, trusting in larger forces, and the role her support system, including her husband and upbringing, played in her achievements. Balancing her roles as a mother and a business leader, Susan provides insightful advice on leadership, hiring, and the significance of complimenting and celebrating team successes.
     
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    • 44 min
    The Force of Perseverance; From Classroom to Showroom with Chaya Krinsky

    The Force of Perseverance; From Classroom to Showroom with Chaya Krinsky

    In this episode of Inspire to Lead, Talia Meshiach interviews Chaya Krinsky, co-founder and lead designer at Tov Furniture. Chaya shares her remarkable entrepreneurial journey from a preschool teacher to establishing a successful global furniture company. She discusses the challenges and triumphs she faced, the importance of perseverance, and how asking for help and mentorship played pivotal roles in her success.
    The episode also delves into her work-life balance, her family dynamics, and her strategies for managing a business during the COVID-19 pandemic. Chaya emphasizes the value of persistence, creativity, and having a supportive team, while also stressing the importance of women having their own careers. The discussion provides inspiring insights and practical advice for aspiring entrepreneurs, particularly women balancing family commitments and professional aspirations.
    00:00 Welcome to Inspire to Lead: The Journey of Jewish Women in Leadership
    00:27 The Founding Story of Tov Furniture: From Preschool Teacher to Business Leader
    06:28 The Evolution of Tov Furniture: Global Expansion and Direct-to-Consumer Shift
    08:04 Work-Life Balance: Navigating Family, Business, and Personal Growth
    17:35 The Power of Mentorship in Business Success
    21:04 The Journey to Landing HomeGoods as a Client
    24:14 Overcoming Challenges and Learning from COVID-19
    26:56 Reflecting on Childhood and the Importance of Sports
    27:57 Leadership Lessons from Sports and Family Dynamics
    30:06 Advice to My Younger Self and Embracing Ups and Downs
    30:50 Navigating Loneliness and Building a Support System
    34:12 Empowering Daughters with Career Ambitions and Values
    38:09 Final Thoughts: The Power of Asking and Continuous Learning
    Chaya Krinsky, the Co-Founder and Lead Designer of TOV Furniture, is a luminary in the world of contemporary design. With an innate talent for blending elegance with innovation, Chaya has played a pivotal role in establishing TOV Furniture as a premier brand known for its luxurious yet accessible creations.
     
    Armed with a keen eye for detail and a deep understanding of design principles, Chaya oversees every aspect of product development, ensuring that each piece not only meets but exceeds the highest standards of quality and style. Her passion for creating timeless yet modern designs has earned TOV Furniture a loyal following among discerning consumers and design aficionados alike.
     
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    • 39 min
    Scaling Outreach Through the "True" Family Influencer with Lori Palatnik

    Scaling Outreach Through the "True" Family Influencer with Lori Palatnik

    This episode features an in-depth interview with Lori Palatnik, the founding director of Momentum, an international nonprofit organization that aims to engage Jewish mothers worldwide to strengthen their Jewish identity and connection to Israel. Lori shares her personal journey from a non-prioritized Jewish upbringing in Canada to becoming a social entrepreneur in the Jewish community, highlighting the pivotal moments that led to her deep involvement in Judaism and the inception of Momentum.
    The organization, recognized for its transformative trips to Israel for mothers, has significantly impacted participants by enhancing their family lives and Jewish identities, resulting in over 23,000 women from 36 countries being engaged in partnership with over 400 organizations, including the Israeli government. Lori discusses the challenges and successes of leading Momentum, emphasizing the power of investing in Jewish mothers as influencers of the home and the future of Jewish generations. The episode reflects on the importance of being 'all in' for meaningful work, the impact of Jewish values on leadership, and the profound ripple effect of positive change within the Jewish community.
    00:00 Welcome to Inspire to Lead: The Journey Begins
    01:58 Introducing Momentum: Transforming Jewish Mothers Worldwide
    03:02 The Power of Mothers: Shaping Families and Futures
    04:38 Lori's Personal Journey: From Toronto to Transformation
    08:05 Discovering a New Path: Lori's Shift to Observance and Leadership
    27:17 The Birth of Momentum: A Vision for Global Jewish Engagement
    30:31 The Importance of Scaling and Avoiding Comfort
    32:07 Creating Momentum: The Birth of a Movement
    34:05 The Power of Shared Values and Vision
    36:43 Momentum's Impact and Growth
    43:41 Navigating Challenges and Criticism
    51:01 The Journey of Faith and Leadership
    57:01 Final Thoughts and Gratitude
    Lori Palatnik is the Founding Director of Momentum (formerly JWRP). She is a world-renowned Jewish educator, speaker, writer, and media personality, who has lectured all over the world. Lori has authored four books: Friday Night and Beyond, Gossip, Remember My Soul, and Turn Your Husband Into Your Soul Mate. In 2014, Lori was named one of the ten “Women to Watch” by Jewish Women International in recognition of her contribution to Jewish women throughout the world. Hadassah named Lori one of the “Most Outstanding Jewish American Women of Our Time” and Izzy included Lori in its “Global Jewish 100” list for moving Jewish culture forward. In 2020, Lori was selected to light the “Diaspora” torch at the national ceremony for Israel’s 72nd Independence Day.
    Lori lives with her husband in Jerusalem.
    https://momentumunlimited.org
     
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    • 1 hr
    From Bais Yaakov to Cyber Security with Chanie Neuberger

    From Bais Yaakov to Cyber Security with Chanie Neuberger

    Inspiring Leadership and Career Journeys with Chani Neuberger
    In this episode of the 'Inspired to Lead' podcast, Talia talks to Chanie Neuberger, the Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Cyber and Emerging Technologies in Washington DC. Chanie shares her inspiring journey starting from a traditional Jewish upbringing as a grandchild of Holocaust survivors in Borough Park to becoming a leading figure in national security.
    The discussion covers her fascinating career trajectory, experiences navigating a male-dominated industry as an observant Jewish woman, and how her supportive husband and community played pivotal roles. Additionally, Chanie reflects on the importance of having mentors, diverse leadership skills, and balancing professional ambitions with personal and family life. The conversation is filled with wisdom on leadership, mentorship, resilience, and the evolving role of women in the workforce, making it a must-listen for anyone looking for inspiration and guidance in their career.
    00:00 Introduction and Host Welcome
    01:49 Reconnecting and Reflecting on Past Meetings
    02:48 Guest Introduction and Career Overview
    03:36 Role and Responsibilities at her Job
    06:08 Challenges and Achievements in Cybersecurity
    09:01 Personal Journey and Educational Background
    18:02 White House Fellowship and Career Shift
    20:47 Family Influence and Holocaust Survivor Legacy
    23:45 Volunteering and Early Influences
    24:10 Challenges of Living in a Non-Orthodox Community
    25:02 Personal Growth and Military Life
    27:10 Transition to the National Security Agency
    28:22 Leadership and Mentorship
    33:52 Balancing Career and Family
    36:51 Reflections and Advice
    43:56 Inspiration and Final Thoughts
    Chanie Newberger grew up in Boro Park and attended Bais Yaakov of Borough Park. She attended Touro College and then got her MBA and Masters of international affairs from Columbia. Chanie currently works in Cyber Security and founded "Sister to Sister" that serves 2,000 divorced Jewish women raising children alone, and 5,000 children.
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    • 46 min
    Welcome to "Inspired to Lead" Podcast with Talia Mashiach (Trailer)

    Welcome to "Inspired to Lead" Podcast with Talia Mashiach (Trailer)

    JWE introduces “Inspired to Lead,” a podcast brought to you by Roth&Co which focuses
    on inspirational Jewish women in leadership, hosted by Talia Mashiach
    Join us as we learn about extraordinary Jewish women who are making waves in business and beyond. Hosted by successful technology entrepreneur, Talia Mashiach, this podcast celebrates the stories, triumphs, and insights of remarkable Jewish women
    leaders.
    In each episode, Talia sits down with trailblazing women who have left a lasting impact on various industries, from founding non-profit organizations to spearheading multi-million-dollar enterprises with innovation and resilience. Through candid conversations, these inspiring leaders share their personal journeys, the challenges they’ve overcome,
    and the strategies that have propelled them to success.
    Whether you’re a successful business leader, an aspiring entrepreneur seeking motivation, or simply someone who appreciates powerful stories of determination and achievement, “Inspired to Lead” offers a wealth of inspiration and wisdom. 
    Tune in to discover the untold stories behind the success of Jewish women leaders who are shaping the world today and paving the way for future generations.
    Don’t miss out on these empowering conversations – subscribe to “Inspired to Lead: Inspiring Jewish Women in Leadership” now and be inspired to unleash your own potential!
     

    Sponsored by Roth & Co
     
    About The Host:
    Talia Mashiach is the CEO, Founder, and Product Architect of Eved, a global AP and Payments Platform for Events, Media and Entertainment. Talia sets the strategic direction of Eved and its technology solutions.  A passionate technology entrepreneur, Talia launched her 5th company Eved in 2010 with the bold mission to bring a digital payment solution to enterprise companies to support supplier on boarding and payments in unique categories that don’t fit traditional systems. 
    Talia is a board member for The Jewish Women Entrepreneur and the Chicagoland Entrepreneurial Center 1871.  Talia was inducted into the Chicagoland Entrepreneurship Hall of Fame, and she was named one of The Winning Women by Ernst and Young. Talia was also named to Crain’s Chicago 40 Under 40, Crain’s Chicago Tech 50 and a finalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
     
     
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    • 3 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

SparkrMarketer ,

If “How I Built This” only featured powerhouse Jewish women

I’m a serial podcast listener and can already tell that this one is binge-worthy –– even as a brand-new podcast. Host, Talia Mashiach, uses her hard-earned wisdom and business network as a Fortune 500 business founder to inspire other Jewish business women.

Guests share incredible stories, many of whom forged a path to leadership on their own. The hope among the host and her powerhouse guests is to inspire and inform listeners to follow their roadmap to do work that matters — for ourselves, our families, communities and the world.

I can’t wait to hear more. My only complaint? How about weekly instead of biweekly?!

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