Oct 4, 2016

Debbie Irwin, Voice Over Artist

Her face may not be familiar, but her voice is. A successful and much-in-demand versatile voice over artist, Debbie Irwin's the voice of the Statue of Liberty, has been featured on countless radio and tv commercials, sales and marketing videos, corporate and medical narrations, on hold message and phone prompts, as well as live announcing and museum audio tours. Listen in as Debbie talks about her varied and versatile career.

Aug 2, 2016

Alexis Okeowo, Journalist

What's it like working as a foreign correspondent? You're about to find out. Alexis Okeowo spent a good part of her career in Nigeria, Uganda and Mexico freelancing for various publications/organizations, including the New York Times Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Financial Times and the international news agency, Agence France-Press. Alexis, who joined the New Yorker as a staff writer in 2015, is working on a book: A Moonless, Starless Sky: Womoen and Men Fighting Extremism in Africa. She shares the challenges and rewards of global reporting as a woman in what's typically thought of as a man's world.

Jun 7, 2016

Allison Orenstein, Photographer

Allison Michael Orenstein's love affair with a camera began when she was 15 and has been going strong ever since. The New York City-based portrait photographer's work has graced the covers and pages of "Vanity Fair," "Esquire," "People," "Vogue," "Elle," "New York" Magazine, "Art Forum," "The Wall Street Journal," "The Hollywood Reporter," "Billboard," and "Town & Country." She's photographed such notables as Chuck Close, Philip Glass, Stella McCartney, John Waters, Billy Crudup, Amy Schumer - the list goes on and on. Enjoy meeting and hearing from this passionate and very creative woman.

May 10, 2016

Amy Lawrence, Sports Talk Radio Host

How many women do you know who host their own weekly sports show? Well, you're about to meet one. A pioneer of sports radio and tv, Amy Lawrence brings her passion, talent and take to "After Hours with Amy Lawrence," a four-hour late night program which airs on CBS Sports Radio, the country's largest 24/7 major market radio network. Before joining CBS, Amy spent 9 years at ESPN Radio and had the distinction of being its only regular female host. Amy doesn't hold back - she shares the highs, lows, good, bad and ugly about what it's like being a woman working in a male-dominated world.

Mar 15, 2016

Nicole Tung, Award Winning Photo-Journalist

Tahrir Square, the conflicts in Libya, and Syria, the refugee crisis in Europe. Award winning photo-journalist Nicole Tung has shared powerful, poignant, searing images in a career that began shortly after she graduated from college in 2009. Nicole talks openly, honestly, chillingly about her work documenting 'humanity at its worst, its best and everything' in between. No one should miss this conversation.

Feb 9, 2016

Nancy Giles, Three-Peat

She's baaack! It's time for another scintillating, provocative, 'no stone left unturned' conversation with award-winning actress, voice-over artist, comedian and writer Nancy Giles. The winner of 2 Emmys for her on-air commentaries on the acclaimed CBS News Sunday Morning, Nancy, once again, offers her her take on politics, race, pop culture and body image. Sit back, enjoy and get ready to laugh out loud!

Jan 12, 2016

Donna Ferrato

You're in for a riveting, eye-opening, disturbing conversation with Donna Ferrato. The internationally acclaimed and awarding-winning photojournalist is behind the groundbreaking documentation of the hidden world of domestic violence. Her book, Living With the Enemy, went into 4 printings and along with exhibitions and lectures, sparked a national discussion on sexual violence and women's rights. This is a conversation that should not be missed.

Dec 15, 2015

Riva Richmond

Get to know journalist Riva Richmond, who specializes in technology, global and small business. She is currently the Director of Digital Media at The Story Exchange, a nonprofit media project dedicated to sharing the stories of women entrepreneurs from all over the world. It recently completed an unprecedented 3 year study of 1,000 women in business, which provides the largest qualitative data about female entrepreneurs to date. The information not only offers an intimate look at the stories of women behind the stats, but at the same time challenges the accepted norms about why we start our own businesses. Riva has lots to say.

Nov 17, 2015

Sabrina Clay

Ever wonder what a television producer really does? You're about to find out. Meet journalist and Emmy Award Winner Sabrina Clay, who is a segment producer on The Dr. Oz Show. Before joining the Dr. Oz staff, Sabrina was supervising producer of the weekend edition of The Today Show. She spent 14 years at NBC News. On the entertainment side, Sabrina's worked the Oscar, Golden Globes and Emmy Red Carpets. There's lots to talk about.

Nov 3, 2015

Sandi Klein

Sandi Klein has introduced listeners to a diverse array of women since this show began in 2013. For this special edition of Conversations with Creative Women, the tables get turned as it's Sandi's turn to get interviewed. Learn about the genesis of the show, her early days in radio, and find out what telling honor Sandi received in high school. 

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