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Stellar Women celebrates female leaders making their mark in technology. These women share their stories and practical tips to inspire emerging leaders, build a supportive community of allies, and promote gender equity and empowerment.

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Stellar Women celebrates female leaders making their mark in technology. These women share their stories and practical tips to inspire emerging leaders, build a supportive community of allies, and promote gender equity and empowerment.

    66: Bishu Solomon Girma on Steadiness Amidst Steady Change

    66: Bishu Solomon Girma on Steadiness Amidst Steady Change

    What does it mean to be a good leader? It isn’t just authoritativeness, or being adaptive, or getting creative—it’s all of that and more. In this episode of Stellar Women, Mary Rechtoris and Mila Taylor discuss flexible leadership styles, making space for diversity and inclusion, and setting realistic goals with Bishu Solomon Girma—head of customer success at Access Legal.

    • 24 min
    65: Show Up and Listen with Nicole Kelsey

    65: Show Up and Listen with Nicole Kelsey

    In the latest episode of Stellar Women, Mary Rechtoris and Mila Taylor sit down with Nicole Kelsey—chief legal officer at Amyris and an inclusion, diversity, and belonging advocate. Nicole shares her thoughts on allyship, combating burnout, making mistakes, taking accountability, and the importance of language as we create a dialogue in the DEI space.

    • 26 min
    64: EDRM Crossover with Mary Mack & Kaylee Walstad

    64: EDRM Crossover with Mary Mack & Kaylee Walstad

    Stellar Women is delighted to launch our first crossover podcast of 2022 with our friends and partner, EDRM. In this episode, Blair and I joined Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad to share how we have been faring the last few months (spoiler alert: we are in good spirits)! We also dove into why we are focusing on small acts of kindness this year, and shared personal examples of how these acts have manifested in each of our lives.

    Be sure to listen as we share what the transition back to the office has looked like for some folks, and why it is important to give your pets, spouses, children, and most importantly yourself, a little bit of grace in yet another transitional time.

    • 19 min
    63: Julia Hasenzahl on Employee Happiness & the Double Burden

    63: Julia Hasenzahl on Employee Happiness & the Double Burden

    This month’s Stellar Women guest—Julia Hasenzahl—kept it real, allowing for an engaging and substantial conversation with hosts Mary Rechtoris and Mila Taylor. Throughout the episode, Julia shares how leadership polls their employees each week to gauge happiness, in hopes to identify areas for improvement. Interestingly, Julia notes the goal is to not get a 100 percent happiness score nor is the goal to get 100 percent participation. Rather, their goal is simple—assess where people are and understand how all the factors in the organization influence that score.

    Julia also talks about the unfair societal burden that is placed on female professionals, and why corporate policies about flex work do not go far enough if they are not explicitly targeting both female and male employees.

    You don’t want to miss this month’s episode!

    • 24 min
    62: 2021 Year in Review with Heena Bhambhlani

    62: 2021 Year in Review with Heena Bhambhlani

    As per Stellar Women tradition, Mila and I had this past year’s Stellar Women Innovation Award winner on the podcast—Heena Bhambhlani. I always leave our conversations with Heena feeling so inspired, and this one was no different.

    Heena shares her story into e-discovery, her leadership style, and what the Stellar Women community means to her. And, to close out the month, Heena shares her goals for 2022, including becoming a better version of her already-stellar self.

    • 14 min
    61: Making Networking More Tangible & Less Daunting with Nikki MacCallum

    61: Making Networking More Tangible & Less Daunting with Nikki MacCallum

    Love it or hate it, networking is a crucial aspect to navigating and advancing your career. We all need to do it, so why not be a pro at it? For Stellar Women, we’re providing listeners a preview of what’s to come in our next workshop. On December 8, Nikki MacCallum will share what she’s about successfully networking and provide tangible next actions for you to try.

    In this episode, Nikki talks about a time networking propelled her comedy career forward, and how networking has changed since the pandemic unfolded. Be sure to check out the episode and join us in a mere couple weeks to learn from Nikki and engage with your fellow Stellar Women community members!

    • 12 min

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I just recently started listening to Stellar Women in eDiscovery recently, and I love the breadth and depth of topics that they cover. Mary and Mila are such great hosts!

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Awesome, insightful and FUN

Mary and Mila are great hosts. Every episode I leave with a great nugget of info and lots of laughs. This is great for any women (and men) in the legal tech world.

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