15 episodes

Dynamic interviews with fascinating people locally & nationally known. Hear from leaders in multiple industries about the human behind the success and their tips to make the most of your life and goals. The Indiana Conference for Women provides leadership, education, and networking opportunities to champion professional development for women and promote rewarding, healthy, and fulfilling lives.Hosted by Executive Director Chelsea Anderson. Theme music written & recorded by Nicholas Connors (www.nicholas-connors.com).

Unlimted: The ICFW Podcast Indiana Conference for Women

    • Education

Dynamic interviews with fascinating people locally & nationally known. Hear from leaders in multiple industries about the human behind the success and their tips to make the most of your life and goals. The Indiana Conference for Women provides leadership, education, and networking opportunities to champion professional development for women and promote rewarding, healthy, and fulfilling lives.Hosted by Executive Director Chelsea Anderson. Theme music written & recorded by Nicholas Connors (www.nicholas-connors.com).

    Dr. Angie Lewis

    Dr. Angie Lewis

    Chelsea talks with Dr. Angie Lewis, newly named Technical Director at the Naval Surface Warfare Center--Crane Division, about developing leadership skills at any level and the importance of personal development as a part of professional development. 

    • 41 min
    Cindy Konich

    Cindy Konich

    Cindy Konich is the first female President & CEO of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis. In this episode, Cindy shares her insight and experience in finance and her warning signs for when to get nervous about the numbers. 

    • 33 min
    Lee Ernst

    Lee Ernst

    Lee Ernst, a Senior Consultant for Johnson, Grossnickle, & Associates, shares insights from her 16-year career in philanthropy and nonprofit giving. Chelsea and Lee discuss common pitfalls of donor campaigns, how your organization can make the most of your philanthropy hours, and why giving ultimately helps everyone. 

    • 42 min
    Girl Code: Women in technology and computer science

    Girl Code: Women in technology and computer science

    Codelicious joins the Indiana Conference for Women’s webcast series UNLIMITED for this interactive round table discussion on women in technology and computer science. By developing computer competency, young girls build confidence, learn problem-solving and critical thinking skills, and lifelong abilities that help in every occupation and professional endeavor in their future. By connecting with experts in the field, young girls see themselves represented in technology enterprises and discover that wonderful moment of “I can see myself doing that.”

    Discussion will center on the mutli-generational experiences in technology education and services and the common ground between their perspectives. Pre-arranged questions, presented by the teacher and two students, will drive conversation, and participants will allow space for free exchange of ideas through the natural flow of dialogue. Select audience questions will create a truly interactive experience for both participants and viewers.

    Recorded from a live webcast presented March 11, 2021.
    Panelists: 
    Poonam Gill, from Girl Code 
    Tara Chklovski , CEO of Technovation 
    Tiffany White, Head of Engineering Operations at Rolls Royce 
    Holly Riddle, Teacher at Pike Township 

    Host by Chelsea Anderson, Executive Director, Indiana Conference for Women

    • 51 min
    Angela Freeman

    Angela Freeman

    Chelsea talks with Angela Freeman, a partner at Barnes & Thornburg where she is an Intellectual Property & Patent attorney. Prior to her work as a lawyer, Angela had a 15-year career as a molecular biologist, conducting research & working in development primarily for Eli Lilly & Company. We talk about her career, her advice to young people, and her ambition to continue challenging herself.

    • 56 min
    Bethany C. Meyers

    Bethany C. Meyers

    Become body neutral with Bethany C. Meyers, fitness professional and creator of the be.come project. Host Chelsea Anderson and Bethany discuss Bethany's fitness journey, their struggles with body dysmorphia*, and their advocacy and activism.
    *Please note this episode includes candid discussion of eating disorders and body image issues.

    • 49 min

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