91 episodes

The Pretty Powerful Podcast with Angela Gennari showcases women who are breaking barriers, shattering glass ceilings, dominating in their sport and rising to the top of their industry. Angela will interview a different powerful woman each week to provide our audience with insight, tools, and inspiring stories from their personal journey. The goal of this podcast is to empower, educate and inform not just other women, but everyone, on the importance of including women in all aspects of growth and innovation.

Pretty Powerful Podcast with Angela Gennari Angela Gennari

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 22 Ratings

The Pretty Powerful Podcast with Angela Gennari showcases women who are breaking barriers, shattering glass ceilings, dominating in their sport and rising to the top of their industry. Angela will interview a different powerful woman each week to provide our audience with insight, tools, and inspiring stories from their personal journey. The goal of this podcast is to empower, educate and inform not just other women, but everyone, on the importance of including women in all aspects of growth and innovation.

    Episode 90: Mariam Chtchyan

    Episode 90: Mariam Chtchyan

    Keeping up with rapidly changing technology innovation is tough, so is juggling multiple responsibilities as a COO, not to mention balancing all of that as a mom... but Mariam Chtchyan has a great project management background to help her stay organized and focused. With over six years of experience in project and delivery management, Mariam Chtchyan is currently the Chief Operations Officer at HackTech LLC. She has successfully managed and delivered multiple projects for clients across various industries, using agile methodologies and virtual management tools. She is passionate about creating value and impact through technology and digital solutions. Join us for a conversation about juggling multiple responsibilities as a mom, where we think technology is heading and the impact of AI in our careers.

    • 36 min
    Episode 89: Tashia Stafford - Part 2

    Episode 89: Tashia Stafford - Part 2

    In the second part of the Pretty Powerful Podcast with my dear friend Tashia Stafford, co-founder of Icon Studios Atl and CEO of CharmedVisions.com, Tashia and I discuss her experience in the music industry, and we address the taboo topic of inappropriate behavior that has been in the news lately with a few key players being called out. We also talk about what it means to let go of things, habits and thoughts that no longer serve you. Tashia 2.0 is front and center ready to be a positive influence on everyone she meets (spoiler alert... she already is).
    I have so thoroughly enjoyed this conversation and am blessed to discuss life with Tashia, as she shares such incredible insight about her inner growth.

    • 37 min
    Episode 88: Tashia Stafford - Part 1

    Episode 88: Tashia Stafford - Part 1

    When you have the opportunity to interview a dear friend who you admire immensely, and then find out this person has gone though incredible challenges that you knew little about because of how well they carried it, it makes you want to deep dive into the discussion. That was my conversation with Tashia Stafford, co-founder of Icon Studios Atl and CEO of CharmedVisions.com... she is one of the strongest, most resilient and self-aware women I have ever known. This podcast is longer than our normal episode, but a worthy investment of time... and there is a part two that you will not want to miss! Tashia admits that she was a very career-driven Tashia 1.0 for most of her life until she experienced several intense medical challenges that gave her the opportunity to reevaluate her life and her purpose.
    Tashia brings to light so much that we all deal with as we are going through our journey, but she does it in the most relatable and vulnerable way. This one might actually change the way you think about life. I know that I do.

    • 1 hr 25 min
    Episode 87: Jen Joe

    Episode 87: Jen Joe

    So you set your career goal and are excited for the journey... until you're not. It happens. We think we know exactly what we want, and then when we get it, it becomes very apparent that it isn't satisfying for one reason or another. That is what happened for Jen Joe... not once but twice! Jen is courageous enough to take a leap and follow her passion, and has done so in everything from pursuing a career in education to living abroad. However, education was not going to provide her with the life she envisioned. So, while she loved providing guidance for others, she knew education in a traditional sense was not for her. Her own life coach suggested she try coaching... but as an introvert, how would she go about this? She tried following the strategies promoted by other coaches and it simply wasn't working. Listen to Jen Joe talk about how she crafted her own strategy for success and how you can do the same.

    • 48 min
    Episode 86: Sara Webb

    Episode 86: Sara Webb

    Heartbreak affects productivity. There is not doubt that what is happening in our personal lives inevitably impacts what is happening in our professional lives. So, how do we deal with grief, trauma and stress so that we can regain our strength and confidence?
    Sara Webb is a Resilience Coach, empowering women revive their innate power with meditation, breathwork, and body awareness. 
    Having been engaged three times, divorced twice, and coming out of the closet at 40, she understands the pain that’s possible through big life changes. She believes that a “life of thrive” is possible for everyone regardless of circumstances. 
    Sara teaches pocket-sized techniques her clients can use anywhere to process stress and improve daily happiness, so they can bring the best versions of themselves to their own lives. 
    Join us for a vulnerable conversation that reminds us to go within for healing.

    • 49 min
    Episode 85: Bethany Corbin

    Episode 85: Bethany Corbin

    Fear can drive innovation, and for Bethany Corbin, it also helped her find her purpose. As a healthcare innovation and femtech attorney, Bethany Corbin is on a mission to help thought-leading companies revolutionize the global women’s health sector. She is the founder of FemInnovation, which helps founders, clinicians, politicians, and advocates transform and disrupt “standard” care delivery for women’s health through specially tailored legal and educational programs, thought leadership, and advocacy. Bethany is a recognized leader at the intersection of women’s health, law, and technology, and was named a Top 200 Trailblazing Leader in Women’s Health and Femtech by Women of Wearables. Her strategic insights have been featured in top new outlets, including Forbes, Fortune, BBC, NPR, Buzzfeed, The Atlantic, VICE, Cosmopolitan, Teen Vogue, and more. 

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

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22 Ratings

22 Ratings

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Vulnerable, Inspiring and Powerful!

This podcast is not just a treasure trove of inspiration for women, but a significant resource for all, emphasizing the essential role of women in growth and innovation. Angela encourages guests and listeners to take the baton and continue striving for gender equality and women’s empowerment.

Stand together with Angela and her guests and enjoy the journey!

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Must Subscribe Podcast

Angela is a powerhouse business owner and exceptional podcast host. Her guest are interesting women making moves in business and other walks of life. This is definitely a subscribe podcast.

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Great fun!

Angela is a terrific host and great interviewer. So fun to learn from and I truly enjoyed our time together. It was like having wine with a dear friend, fun, easy and a great time. I highly recommend The Pretty Powerful Podcast for a good does of energy, enthusiasm and insight!

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