Work it, sister.
Work it, sister.
All About Foundations
Attorney Sarah Poriss, author of Got Debt: Dispatches from the Front Lines of America’s Financial Crisis 2.0, talks to Hailey about building a solid foundation for a law practice, as well as the crumbling foundation crisis in Connecticut.
Be a Part of the Solution
Ashmi Pancholi, Vice President, Global Commercial Strategy and Operations joins Hailey to share her perspective on life at GE as a young woman of color, diversifying the workforce and why done is better than perfect.
The Woman License
Criminal defense attorney Brittany Paz tells it like it is. Hear her tales from the trenches and how she makes gender expectations work for her.
“It’s OK to fail”
Sarah Cocchiola, a litigation paralegal at Connecticut Trial Firm in Connecticut, shares her insights on work/life balance, parenting, and living your dreams.
“Make Love to the File”
Hailey sits down with Maureen Murphy, Assistant Public Defender in G.A. 23 (New Haven, CT) to talk about litigation from a woman’s perspective, race issues in the criminal justice system and ultimate preparedness in court.
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The Most Important Dialogue In The Workplace
In the mid 2000s like a typical Yuppie - I became a fan of Mad Men. It’s focus on gender issues in the workplace were stunning. I read an interview with a producer and he said the gender issues are about today’s workplace. That was eye opening for me.
Hailey Rice is a rock star. This podcast has honest dialogue about gender issues in the workplace. Her interview skills are excellent. I’m beyond proud to be on Hailey’s team.
Give this a listen. You will learn from these stories of amazing women.