Feb 17, 2015

Nancy Giles Returns

Nancy.jpgA return appearance for the wonderfully refreshing, no-holds barred actress/voice-over artist/commentator Nancy Giles...who, since 2002 has been sharing her views, comedic and cutting, on CBS Sunday Morning. Sit back and enjoy another fascinating, provocative, and entertaining conversation with the irrepressible Nancy Giles.

Feb 10, 2015

Robin Rice

Robin.jpgAuthor, social thought leader, innovator, Robin Rice doesn't believe in the status quo, especially when it's not working. And to that end, her company, Be Who You Are Productions, is behind a wide range of free creative social change projects including Stop The Beauty Madness Campaign and YourHolidayMom.com. Tune in to a conversation that is thought provoking, empowering and even somewhat unorthodox.

Jan 20, 2015

Lisa Anderson

LisaAnderson.jpgIn her more than 30 years working in broadcast, print and digital journalism, Lisa Anderson has covered a lot of territory - fashion, politics, war, terrorism. Twenty-five of those years was spent as a reporter at the Chicago Tribune and its New York Bureau Chief. Most recently, Lisa developed TrustLaw Women, a web site devoted to global women's legal rights and issues for the Thomson Reuters Foundation. She also covers women's rights, good governance, anti-corruption and humanitarian issues.

Oct 21, 2014

Lacey Schwartz

Lacey.jpgLacey Schwartz is the director and subject of Little White Lie, a riveting, powerful, emotional documentary that traces her upbringing as an only child in a white, Jewish family in upstate New York. However, it was during her freshman year in college that she learned the truth.  When confronted, her mother finally acknowledged having had an extra-marital affair...and that her biological father was in fact, black. Lacey, who is also the CEO of Truth Aid, a company that makes movies, produces multi-media content and performs educational outreach on social issues, makes for a fascinating conversation.

Oct 7, 2014

Carrie Rich

CarrieRichHeadShot.jpgYoung people can change the world, especially when they're matched with experienced leaders. That's the philosophy behind the Global Good Fund, founded in 2011 by Carrie Rich, who has worked tirelessly to make the world a better place. Her grit, determination, and refusal to take 'no' for an answer makes her a real force to be reckoned with. Tune in and be inspired.

Aug 12, 2014

Rebroadcast - Kate Clinton

kate-clinton.jpgKate Clinton is nothing short of hilarious, in fact, she's been described as the most talented lesbian comedienne ever, but her audience extends well beyond the gay community. Her humor is irreverent, liberating and 'on the money.' In addition to performing, Clinton's worked extensively with social justice and non-profit groups. Here what all the fuss is about in this week's rebroadcast.

Jul 22, 2014

Rebecca Parrish

RebeccaParrish.jpgRebecca Parrish uses film and video to share the stories of real people, their struggles and their successes. An award-winning film-maker, based in Chicago, Rebecca is the director of Radical Grace. The documentary follows three amazing, passionate and committed American nuns who risk their standing in the Church after being censured by the Vatican for 'radical feminism.'

Jul 8, 2014

Rebroadcast - Nancy Giles

Nancy.jpgNancy Giles is opinionated...and that's a good thing. The actress, comedienne, voice over artist has been sharing her 'take on life' since 2002 when she joined CBS Sunday Morning as a commentator/contributor. Nancy's views, cutting and comedic have garnered her an Emmy and two "Gracie" Awards from American Women in Radio and Television/Alliance for Women in Media. No topic's off-limits in this 51%: Conversations with Creative Women rebroadcast.

May 27, 2014

Anne Fulenwider

Anne.jpgAnne Fulenwider is very much at home in the world of magazines. She's been Editor-in-Chief of Marie Claire since 2012. And in that role, oversees all content for print, the website, tablet editions and the brand's partnership with Lifetime TV's Project Runway series. Anne was also Editor-in-Chief of Brides, Senior Articles Editor at Vanity Fair and Senior Editor at The Paris Review. She's got plenty to say, so sit back and enjoy!

May 20, 2014

Jacki Zehner

JZehner.jpgJacki Zehner is a woman on a mission. The founder of The Jacquelyn and Gregory Zehner Foundation, she funds and works with a whole host of organizations that focus on women's rights. In 2012, she became CEO of Women Moving Millions. The goal of this non-profit is to mobilize resources for the advancement of women and girls - so far, more than 200 people have given gifts of a million dollars or more.

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