Welcome to Women Who Web3, your weekly podcast celebrating women supporting women, investing in women, and bridging the gender gap in wealth through web3. Each week learn from powerful women sharing their insights on topics like starting an NFT project, creating belonging and inclusivity in digital spaces, building prosperous Web3 projects, investing in cryptocurrencies and building wealth.
Shira Lazar: Creating a New Paradigm for Women and Minorities in Web3
Real-world utility and benefits of Web3 adoption for all parties across the globe.
Achieving Financial and Personal Confidence With Lisa Carmen Wang
In investing in oneself and one's career, what does it mean to be a 'Bad Bitch'?
Promoting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion With Jaime Schmidt
How to foster belonging and equality both at work and at home.
Representation, Digital Identities and the Metaverse, With Shannon Snow
From Google to Facebook to World of Women: What is representation and why is it important?
'Risk it to Get the Biscuit': Pursuing What You Want with Sara Baumann
An Iranian-American multimedia artist from Dallas, Texas, Sara Baumann, creates the Women and Weapons NFT collection.
Global Fashion Company Making Its Mark in the NFT Community With Rebecca Minkoff
Fashion designer and serial entrepreneur Rebecca Minkoff talks about fashion, NFTs and shares her secrets to success for female founders.
Great first episode! Michelle Gitlitz next please?
You should have Michelle Gitlitz on your show!! She is an accomplished woman in the blockchain space and cofounded ‘Diversity In Blockchain’ with Director Anna Ashurov. She is a member of the COO team of the Aladdin Business within BlackRock Solutions. This is a description of Michelle from the ‘Diversity in Blockchain’ website: “Michelle Gitlitz is the General Counsel at Flexa, responsible for advising Flexa on legal, regulatory and risk management matters surrounding payments, digital assets and blockchain technology, and helping the company continue its rapid growth trajectory. Previously she served as the Global Head of Crowell & Morning’s Blockchain and Digital Assets practice, and a partner in the White Collar and Regulatory Enforcement and Corporate groups. An experienced regulatory lawyer and litigator, Michelle’s practice focuses on the legal and regulatory issues facing both emerging and established companies that invest in and incorporate blockchain technology and digital assets into their businesses. Her experience includes advising clients on the legal, regulatory, and risk management issues surrounding coin/token offerings (including launching new offerings and remediating prior offerings); working with clients in connection with digital currency exchanges and platforms; establishing new blockchains and nodes; and advising clients on navigating federal and state money transmission laws.”